The Vocabbett podcast is like a roadmap through the membership.
There are many other resources in the members’ area, but if you do nothing else, go back to the beginning of the podcast, listen to the episodes (keeping an eye on your members-only accompaniments), then stay current!
The first few episodes provide some general background, then we dive right in!
Listen on-the-go, or get access to every episode right here:
Painlessly improve your vocabulary for the SAT, ACT, and life itself with the Vocabbett podcast!
Utilizing research-backed, story-based strategies, host Erica Abbett will walk you through the best tips and tricks for painlessly improving your vocabulary for a stress-free test day.
Covering everything from etymology (a fancy word for “Greek and Latin roots”) to the best day to take the test (it’s probably not what you think!), the Vocabbett podcast promises to be uniquely entertaining and educational.
If you’re ready to painlessly improve your vocabulary and English skills, let’s dive in!
After around 20 episodes, season 2 of the Vocabbett podcast is coming to a close!
I’d gladly continue it forever, but I was recently accepted to UCSD’s college counseling program. Since they operate on a quarterly system, I’m able to start my first class in March!
I honestly don’t know exactly how the college counseling certificate will play into the future of Vocabbett, but as I discuss in the podcast, I do want to turn Vocabbett into a profitable, sustainable business, and while I’m having a blast with what I’m currently doing, it’s not exactly self-sustaining.
In episode 76, I dive into various ways I could grow Vocabbett moving forward. You can listen below or on your favorite podcast player.
And if you have any ideas or thoughts about all this, please, let me know! Seriously, just shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And, as a reminder, here is where you’ll find all the members-only accompaniments!