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Passage 1: Questions 1-10 - Literature - December 2, 2017 US SAT Test QAS
This passage is adapted from Jane Austen, Mansfield Park, originally published in 1814. Sir Thomas, a rich man, is telling Fanny, the poor niece he raised from age ten, that their neighbor wishes to speak to her to continue his courtship of her.
Passage 2: Questions 11-20 - Social Science- December 2, 2017 US SAT Test QAS
This passage is adapted from Eric Jaffe, "Digital Cameras Are Messing With Your Memory."©2013 by Mansueto Ventures LLC.
Summary：Mainly talk about the relationship between taking pictures and human memory. The article believes that frequent photos will actually damage people's memory ability, causing people to be unable to remember the details of many important events, and then use experiments to test this theory.
Passage 3: Questions 21-31- Science - December 2, 2017 US SAT Test QAS
" Mini Moose Evolve on Isle Royale." ©2011 by American Institute of Biological Sciences..
Summary：Mainly talk about the impact of environmental factors (predator/resources) on the moose body size. The article put forward a concept "island rule", and verified and positively evaluated this rule.
Passage 4: Questions 32-42 - History - December 2, 2017 US SAT Test QAS
Passage 1 is adapted from Betty Friedan, The Feminine Mystique. 1963 by Betty Friedan. Passage 2 is adapted from the Statement of Purpose and the Bill of Rights of the National Organization for Women (NOW), adopted at NOW's first national conference in 1966.
Passage 5: Questions 43-52 - Science - December 2, 2017 US SAT Test QAS
This passage is adapted from Fenella Saunders, "Copper Heal Thyself." 2010 by Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society.
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