First Test Score
Left Wing Modern Orthodox: 29%
Right Wing Modern Orthodox: 66%
Left Wing Yeshivish/Chareidi: 61%
Right Wing Yeshivish/Chareidi: 36%
Second Test Score
Left Wing Modern Orthodox: 32%
Right Wing Modern Orthodox: 63%
Left Wing Yeshivish/Chareidi: 57%
Right Wing Yeshivish/Chareidi: 35%
Sitra Achra - the realm of evil
Reishet Tzmichat Geulateinu - the beginning of the final redemption
assur - forbidden
parnassa - livelihood, income
apikorsus - heresy
frum - religious; observant; Orthodox
kefira - departure from orthodoxy
gedolim - renowned rabbis of the past and present
Yeshiva University - 'Right-wing Modern Orthodox' - often University-educated and open to (certain) professional training and education, but seriously committed to halakhic observance.
makom tumah - https://jewishaction.com/books/my_yeshiva_college_75_years_of_memories/ suggests it means a detestable local custom required only because one is a diaspora Jew obliged to remind himself of his ancestral identity or whose parents wish to remind him of his ancestral identity.
tznius - modesty
mitzvah - commandment
minhag - custom; "A tradition that is not mentioned in the Torah or mandated by law but nonetheless is followed."
machmir - stringent, "taking the stricter position on an issue" (Weiser), meticulous
segulas - A segula is a protective or benevolent charm or ritual in Kabbalistic and Talmudic tradition.
avoda zara - a tractate of the Talmud, idolatry
gemarah - "A compilation of 300 years of rabbis' legal and ethical commentaries on the Mishnah...together, the Gemara and the Mishnah comprise the Talmud."
"in the parsha" - period of dating for marriage (Orthodox Jews)
Kabbala - a Jewish mystical work, sometimes used as a catch-all term for Jewish mysticism. "The Jewish mystical tradition"
nishtanu hateva - the concept that the rabbis were not wrong, but rather nature has changed.
Chazal - a collective term that refers to all Jewish sages of the Mishna, Tosefta and Talmud eras
taiku - an unanswered question.
Yeshivish - Litvish; Lithuanian; associated with the rationalistic Lithuanian tradition; associated with non-Hasidic Black Hat communities
batala - I couldn't find any reference to it online. Sorry.
yeshiva bochurim - a bachelor seeking marriage?
kofrim reshaim - Jews do not regard this as a good thing.
avoda Hashem - doing God's work
Rishon - a renowned rabbi living between the 11th and 15th centuries
Edah - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edah www.edah.org/
Midrashim - stories or explanations that interpret or ellaborate on the Torah's text.
pshat - "The literal, obvious meaning scholars give to a Jewish text. It can also refer to the simple interpretation of any issue or question." (JPS); "An explanation of the logic behind or the source of a passage, event, work, etc." (Weiser); Justification