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Whether your exam is in 500 days or 5, we’ll improve your score. See for yourself what it’s like to learn and remember hundreds of new words.

Pick the SAT plan that's just right for you

Flurry Plan

Perfect if your exam is just round the corner.

1 month $29
Endeavor Plan

Have more time? Learn more words! Practice longer and build a stronger memory.

3 months $15/month
Quest Plan

A great way to gradually and incrementally build a durable word memory.

6 months $9/month
Venture Plan

Take it slow and easy! The best way to gradually and incrementally build a durable word memory.

12 months $6/month
Peek Plan

Just want to take us for a spin? Upgrade to a paid plan any time.

3 days Free

Don’t forget,
every plan includes…

  • More than 2000 headwords
  • More than 1000 roots
  • 8 ways to learn each word
  • 9 types of questions
  • Visual and engaging content
  • Personalized word set
  • A memory engine
  • Free access to our experts

What people say…

I saw a movie preview the other day in which Johnny Depp turns to Angelina Jolie and says, "You're ravenous." Angelina smirks and replies, "Do you mean ravishing?" And I thought to myself: that's a classic malapropism!! That's when I realized how awesome the Membean program is. With other study methods, you memorize now and forget later. With Membean, you learn in a way that is both fun and effective — and it truly works!
Anna Shields
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The Membean Promise:

If you’re not satisfied, for any reason, you get a full refund — no questions asked.

Word Order: Just one more way we’re better than test prep books.

Learning words alphabetically is a poor way of learning — yet all test prep books teach this way. The test itself on the other hand has a very diverse selection of words. Membean presents words in an order that maximizes diversity. Initial letter, root word, subject, part of speech and difficulty are all used to ensure that the words you study are in the best order possible.

Poor word order found in books

Image of bad word ordering
  • Vanilla alphabetized lists
  • No distribution by subject
  • No ordering by root frequency
  • No ordering by difficulty
Poor word order leads to wasted effort.

Good word order in Membean

Image of good word ordering
  • Randomized by alphabet
  • Distributed across subject
  • Most frequent roots first
  • Difficulty ordered by your level
Good word order makes effective use of limited study time.

Each square represents a word and its four nearest neighbors. Red squares indicate that the word and its neighbors are very similar to each other. Such words should not be studied sequentially because they are unlikely to appear together in tests. Yet most test prep and vocabulary books put these words in sequence.

See more ways we’re better than test prep books

How does the 3-day free trial work?

Take us for a test drive free. Upgrade to a paid account any time during your evaluation. You’ll get exactly the same words and experience as a fully paid account.

Can I upgrade my paid account?

Absolutely. At any time you can upgrade from one paid account to another to give yourself more time to study.

Do you accept international payments?

Yes, we happily accept international payments. Many of our learners live outside the U.S. All we need is a valid credit card.

Is my credit card secure?

We treat security very seriously. We do not store your credit card on our servers. We use secure SSL encryption to transfer it directly to an industry leader for verification.

Any questions before you sign up?

If you have any questions about Membean or the signup process, please contact us, and we’ll get right back to you.

Not a long word list — the right word list

Our word lists were developed after a very careful analysis of words that most commonly appear on SAT exams. Our words are better than those in any other program or book. It’s easy to create a gigantic word list — it’s hard to create the right word list. With our word list you will not waste time learning words that are unlikely to appear on the exam.

Wordmap: An alphabetized arrangement of all our words.