In my search, I ran across a vocabulary test I thought wasn't bad. Basically, you just identify the words you recognize at each level. There are ten different screens you go through, each of which shows 6 levels with 10 words in each. When you get to levels 5 and 6 of each screen, there are some pretty obscure damn words there. The fewest amount of words I knew on a screen was 45/60 and the highest was 53/60.
Two things to note:
1. At first, I couldn't see how to get to the test. Then I was amused to see this line:
If you have a problem to see the following tester, please click this link.Hey, it's a vocabulary test, not a grammar test.
2. They're not really clear about what qualifies as knowing a word. For my purposes, I decided I knew a word if I could use it in a sentence correctly, whether or not I could give a dictionary definition. Example: One of the words was "occiptal". I knew that I could have a doctor say, "His occipital lobe was badly damaged in the accident" without being an idiot. In spite of that, I still had to look it up to be sure it was the rearmost portion of the brain. Thus, I give myself credit for knowing the word. YMMV.
I'll be interested in hearing how the rest of you guys do. It doesn't take as long as it sounds like it would.
BTW. Snow has turned to sleet and rain here. I shoveled right as it was changing over. Pics will be up later.