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October 2022 US SAT Test QAS and Answer Key PDF
Passage1:Questions 1-10 - Literature -October 2022 US SAT Test QAS and Answer Key
This passage is from Susan Vreeland, Clara and Mr. Tiffany. ©2011 by Susan Vreeland. The narrator is meeting with her former employer, Louis Comfort Tiffany, an artist whose company later became famous for designing stained glass lampshades.
Difficulty：★☆☆☆☆（This is the easiest one for the reading part of the exam，I think！）
Body: "I've come to inquire if you have work for me. That is, if my performance pleased you befbre." A deliberate prompt. I didn't want to be hired because of my need or his kindness. I wanted my talent to be the reason he wanted me back.......
Passage2:Questions 11-21- Economics - October 2022 US SAT Test QAS and Answer Key
This passage is adapted from Richard Florida, “Bigger Isn't Necessarily Better When It Comes to City Size." ©2017 by The Atlantic Monthly Group
Body: A pair of recent studies suggests that although industrialized nations may have benefitted from larger cities, the same is not true for the rapidly urbanizing areas of the developing world. In these parts of the globe, there really might be such a thing as too much urbanization, too quickly....
Passage3:Questions 22-31 - Natural Science - October 2022 US SAT Test QAS and Answer Key
Passage 1 is adapted from "Humans' Big Brains May Be Partly due to Three Newly Found Genes". ©2018 by Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News. Passage 2 is adapted from Matt Wood, "Brain Size of Human Ancestors Evolved Gradually over 3 Million Years". ©2018 by The University of Chicago Medical Center.
Passage 1 ：The brains of humans are conspicuously larger than the brains of other apes, but the human-specific genetic factors responsible for the uniquely large human neocortex remain obscure. Since humans split from chimps, which have brains roughly a third of.........
Passage 2 : Modern humans have brains that are more than three times larger than our closest living relatives, chimpanzees and bonobos. Scientists don't agree on when and how this dramatic increase took place, but new analysis of 94 hominin fossils shows that average brain size increased gradually and consistently over the past three million years.......
Passage4:Questions 32-41 - History- October 2022 US SAT Test QAS and Answer Key
This passage is adapted from a speech delivered by Tom Calma, "Still Riding for Freedom."©2008 by Australian Human Rights Commission. Aboriginal Australians and the Torres Strait Islanders are the indigenous peoples of Australia.
Passage5:Questions 43-52 -Natural Science - October 2022 US SAT Test QAS and Answer Key
This passage is adapted from John Chambers and Jacqueline Mitton, From Dust to Life: The Origin and Evolution of Our Solar System. ©2014 by John Chambers and Jacqueline Mitton. Differentiated asteroids are made up of layers of different material, such as an iron core, a rocky mantle, and a thin volcanic crust. Primitive asteroids are undifferentiated asteroids that are thought to have changed little since they formed.
Difficulty：★★★★☆(This passage is so hard)
Writing and Language Test
Questions 1-11 from 《The Lemur's Unique Traits》
Questions 12-22 from 《Bicycling in the Netherlands》
Questions 23-33 from 《The Mysterious Women of Delirious Matter》
Questions 34-44 from 《Kitchen Incubators:Cooking Up Opportunities》
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