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Questions 1-10 - Literature - SAT November 2016 International Exam papers
This passage is adapted from Elizabeth Gilbert, Stem Men. by Elizabeth Gilbert. Ruth Thomas spent her childhood on Fort Niles Island with her father and now, as a teenager, attends a boarding school arranged for by her mother.
Summary: A story about a little girl who was born in a small fishing village and was sent outside by her mother to study in a private school. The little girl has feelings for her hometown, but she feels that her hometown life is the same. She shows her love for her hometown in front of her mother just to resist the adults to make life choices for herself
Questions 11-21 - Science - SAT November 2016 International Exam papers
This passage is adapted from Joshua Greene, Moral Tribes. © 2013 by Joshua D. Greene.
Summary: Mainly introduce a psychological concept of biased unfairness, that is, people's impartiality is easily affected by self-interest. The full text first uses a newspaper questionnaire to expand the article, pointing out that people in different roles can easily make different choices that they think are fair and objective. After that, the article mainly described a sociological experiment in detail, from which it was concluded that the experimenter's decision when he knew his role was different from what he believed to be objective and fair.
Questions 22-32 - Science - SAT November 2016 International Exam papers
Passage 1 is adapted from David A. Kessler, "A New Crack at Friction."©2001 by Macmillan Magazines Ltd. Passage 2 is adapted from Peter Weiss, "Model May Expose How Friction Lets Loose."©2001 by Society for Science & the Public.
Summary: When we talk about the basic laws of friction, we first point out the shortcomings of the existing classic explanations, and then propose new models. The first one proposes two new models, namely foreign mobile atoms and cracks, and the second focuses on the analysis of the cracks model. The two articles are not in opposition to each other. Instead, they overlap to a large extent, and both use the analogy of carpets. In other words, if some concepts in the first article are not clear, there is another chance to remedy the second article.
Questions 33-42 - History - SAT November 2016 International Exam papers
This passage is adapted from a speech delivered in 1795 by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. In the speech, Coleridge, an English poet, discusses the French Revolution, which began in 1789
Questions 43-52 - Science - SAT November 2016 International Exam papers
This passage is adapted from Lee Alan Dugatkin, Principles of Animal Behavior,©2009 by W.W. Norton & Company, Inc. The book concerns natural selection, a process that results in the survival and reproductive success of individuals or groups best adjusted to their environment
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