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SAT May 2019 (International) QAS & Answer Key

by Jennifer L on March 26, 2021

Curve analysis for SAT May 2019 International exam:

  • Reading - The overall difficulty level of reading section for this paper is relatively high. Question 7 is quite difficult.
  • Writing/Grammar - This section is like the past year exams, testing on the common technics. It is generally easy. What differentiate the candidates is the students' understanding of the passage and the choices and analysis of the different options.
  • Math - The math section, compared to the past year International questions, is consider as easy. However, this means that the curve will be much stricter and it is harder to get full marks.

 

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

Click here to obtain the latest SAT May 2019 International QAS and Answer Keys from ExclusiveSAT. 

 

Some screenshots of the latest SAT May 2019 International test:

SAT May 2019 International QAS & Answer Key English

SAT May 2019 International QAS & Answer Key Math

Reading

Passage 1: Questions 1-10 - Literature - May 2019 SAT International Test Question and Answer

This passage is adapted from Edith Wharton, "Mrs Mansley's View." Originally published in 1891.

Passage 2: Questions 11-21 - History - May 2019 SAT International Test Question and Answer

This passage is adapted from a speech delivered in 1906 by President Theodore Roosevelt, "The Man with the Muck Rake."

Passage 3: Questions 22-31 - Natural Science - May 2019 SAT International Test Question and Answer

Passage 1 is adapted from Tracey Peake, "Pigment or Bacteria? Researchers Re-examine the Idea of "Color" in Fossil Feathers."©2014 by North Carolina State University.Passage 2 is adapted from Sarah Pecht. "The True Colors of Ancient Reptiles Revealed."©2014 by Hearst Communications, Inc.

Summary:

P1:People used to think that feather fossils could help people understand the colors of ancient birds, but new research has confirmed that what has been considered melanin in the fossils may also be bacteria.

P2:A new study published last week in the journal Nature believes that the dark deposit on fossils is indeed the result of the decay of the animal's epidermis, and scientists have determined the color of dinosaurs and other ancient reptiles by analyzing this dark deposit.

Passage 4: Questions 32-41 - Social Science - May 2019 SAT International Test Question and Answer

This passage is adapted from Francesca Gino, "The Surprising Benefits of Sarcasm."©2016 by Scientific American, a Division of Nature America, Inc.

Summary:Earlier studies believed that satire can make statements extremely critical. Other studies also pointed out that satire can be easily misunderstood, especially in the process of communication via emails and text messages. But our new research recently found that irony also has a good side-it helps to enhance creativity.

Passage 5: Questions 42-52 -Natural Science - May 2019 SAT International Test Question and Answer

This passage is from Elizabeth Preston, "City Rabbits, Like Humans, Live in Smaller Homes."©2015 by Kalmbach Publishing co.

Writing and Language

Questions 1-11 from 《Movable books: The precursors to Pop-Ups》

Questions 12-22 from 《Monopolizing "The Landlord's Game"》

Questions 23-33 from 《Insulation Work Is Heating Up》

Questions 34-44 from 《Neither Wind nor Ice nor Gloom of Night》

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