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SAT August 2017 (USA) QAS & Answer Key

by Xinyi Mei on March 28, 2021

Curve analysis for SAT August 2017 USA exam:

  • Reading - The overall difficulty is moderate mainly due to the comparatively easier passages. For the first 3 mistakes, 10 points off for each mistake. For the fourth to the eighth mistakes, 10 points off for every 2 mistakes. Given the lower difficulty of the reading section, the curve is normal. 
  • Grammar - overall difficulty is normal, there wasn't any arcane concept being tested. 10 points off for 1 mistake; 30 off points for 2 mistakes; 50 points off for 5 mistakes. 
  • Math - (sorry we don't have enough information on math for this particular test) 

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Some screenshots of the latest SAT August 2017 USA test: 

SAT August 2017 (USA) QAS & Answer Key English

SAT August 2017 (USA) QAS & Answer Key Math

Reading

Passage 1: Questions 1-10 - Literature - August 26, 2017 US SAT Test Question and Answer Service 

This passage is from Paul Laurence Dunber,The Sport of the Gods.Originally published in 1901.

Passage 2: Questions 11-21 - History - August 26, 2017 US SAT Test Question and Answer Service 

Passages 1, by James Kent, and pssage 2, by David Buel, are adapted from speeches delivered to the New York Constitutional Convention in 1821. Both address the requirement in the New York State Constitution that only property-owning rules should be granted suffrage the right to vote.

Passage 3: Questions 22-32 - Natural Science - August 26, 2017 US SAT Test Question and Answer Service 

This passage is a adapted from P.H, "Memory in Plants." 2014 by The Economist Newspaper Limited. 

Passage 4: Questions 33-42 - Social Science - August 26, 2017 US SAT Test Question and Answer Service 

This passage is adapted from Detlef Fetchenhauer and David Dunning, "Why So Cynical? Asymmetric Feedback Underlies Misguided Skepticism Regarding the Trustworthiness of Others."©2010 by Detlef Fetchenhauer and David Dunning. 

Passage 5: Questions 43-52 - Natural Science - August 26, 2017 US SAT Test Question and Answer Service 

This passage is adapted from Susan W. Kleffer, "The Deadly Dynamics of Landsliders,"©2014 by Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society. 

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