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SAT April 2018 (US School Day) QAS & Answer Key

by Jennifer L on March 27, 2021

Curve analysis for SAT April 2018 US School Day exam:

    • Reading - the overall difficulty is moderate. You can expect 10 points off for 1 mistake, 20 points off for 2-3 mistakes, and 40 points off for 4 mistakes. 
    • Writing/Grammar - the overall difficulty of writing/grammar is normal. As always, the curve is steeper and you need to be meticulous. You can expect 10 points off for 1 mistake, 30 points off for 2 mistakes, 40 points off for 3 mistakes.  
    • Math - This paper is of normal difficulty. Expect 10 points off for 1 mistake, 30 points off for 2 mistakes and 40 points off for 3 mistakes.  

Click here to view our curve analysis for the March 2020 International SAT version. 

Click here to obtain the latest SAT April 2018 US School Day QAS and Answer Keys from ExclusiveSAT. 

Some screenshots of the latest SAT April 2018 US School Day test: 

SAT April 2018 US School Day English

SAT April 2018 US School Day Math

Reading

Passage 1: Questions 1-10 - Literature - April 2018 US School Day SAT

This passage is adapted from Jane Austen, Persuasion. Originally published in 1818. Anne is one of three daughters of Sir Walter Elliot, a widower. Lady Russell is a longtime family friend.

Passage 2: Questions 11-21 - Social Science - April 2018 US School Day SAT

This passage is adapted from Julie Sedivy, "Your Speech is Packed with Misunderstood, Unconscious Messages." ©2015 by Nautilus.

Passage 3: Questions 22-31 - Science - April 2018 US School Day SAT

Passage 1 is adapted from Brian Switek,"7he Origin of a Little Tyrant." ©2011 by Smithsonian Magazine. Passage 2 is adapted from Michael Baler, "Top Predator Wannable is Just Another T.rex." ©2015 by American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Passage 4: Questions 32-41 - History - April 2018 US School Day SAT

This passage is adapted from a letter dated June 17,1861, from John Ross (Koo-wi-s-gu-wi) to Brigadier General Benjamin McCullough, Ross was principal chief of the Cherokee Nation, located in what was then known as Indian Territory (now part of Oklahoma). McCullogh's command of Confederate forces included both Arkansas and the adjacent Indian Territory during the US Civil War.

Passage 5: Questions 42-52 - Science - April 2018 US School Day SAT

This passage is adapted from Douglas J. Emlen, Animal Weapons: The Evolution of Battle.©2014 by Douglas J. Emlen.

Writing and Language

Questions 1-10 Draw It Out

Questions 11-22 Stanley Whitney: Colour as Subject

Questions 23-33 The Flavour Defense

Questions 34-44 3-D Printing: Just What the Doctor Ordered

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