Michael Spear, an Associate Professor in a Journalism Program came up with "The Journalists' Vocabulary Challenge" for his copy editing students - a "random list of words that journalists might know or might want to know. They represent no standard. Take a minute and see how well you do, whether you are a journalist or not."
The background and rationale for the quiz is explained here. I tried it a few nights ago and scored 90/100. I missed fulsome, insouciance, cavil, panache, ululate, mordant, feckless, sophistry, sinecure, and one other I can't remember.
The test is "self-scoring" with little smiley-faces for a correct guess and an "X" for an incorrect one.
The quiz itself is HERE. Via Kottke.