Spelling bee, like any other competition, requires a strategic planning and time commitment. Here is an outline of various SpellPundit modules and their order of preparation to excel in the Scripps National Spelling Bee!
SpellPundit word of the day: Frisson!
This week’s topic is about medical terms:
The 2019-2020 spelling bee season has just started! Please check out the SpellPundit spelling and vocabulary modules for effective preparation.
In the last 3 years of Scripps National Spelling Bee, about 55% words were from Level 1, 20% words were from Level 2, 20% words were from Level 3, and the remaining 5% words were from other modules. Please read the details here:
The Latin and Greek roots are building blocks of words. Please identify the roots associated with the words and find out the solution to last week’s crossword puzzle!
This week’s topic is about different Latin Numerical Prefixes
The following graphic details where every word from the 2019 Scripps National Spelling Bee Preliminaries Test is located in SpellPundit’s modules.
As you can see, every spelling word and all but 2 vocabulary words (out of 14 total words) are located in SpellPundit’s database of words. Both of the vocabulary words worth 3 points are in SpellPundit.
The majority of spelling words asked are from SpellPundit’s Spelling Level 1 module, indicating that this is the most important module to prepare.
Best of luck to all spellers in Rounds 2 and 3!
The Scripps National Spelling Bee is fast approaching! Every year, there is a phrase or hyphenated word asked in the vocabulary section of the preliminaries test. Here is an example:
For the last several years, EVERY words asked at the Scripps National Spelling Bee has been in the SpellPundit database.
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