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SAT Practice Answers 2007-2008

SAT Practice Answers 2007-2008

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Scoring Your Test
From the
SAT Preparation Booklet 
The materials in these fles are intended or individual use by studentsgetting ready to take an SAT Program test; permission or any other usemust be sought rom the SAT
®
Program. Schools (state-approved and/oraccredited diploma-granting secondary schools) may reproduce them, inwhole or in part, in limited quantities, or ace-to-ace guidance/teachingpurposes but may not mass distribute the materials, electronically orotherwise. These materials and any copies o them may not be sold, andthe copyright notices must be retained as they appar here. This permissiondoes not apply to any third-party copyrights contained herein.
The College Board: Connecting Students to College Success
The College Board is a not-or-proft membership association whose mission is to connectstudents to college success and opportunity. Founded in 1900, the association is composed o more than 5,000 schools, colleges, universities, and other educational organizations. Each year,the College Board serves over seven million students and their parents, 23,000 high schools,and 3,500 colleges through major programs and services in college admissions, guidance,assessment, fnancial aid, enrollment, and teaching and learning. Among its best-knownprograms are the SAT
®
, the PSAT/NMSQT
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, and the Advanced Placement Program
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(AP
®
).The College Board is committed to the principles o excellence and equity, and thatcommitment is embodied in all o its programs, services, activities, and concerns. For urtherinormation, visit
www.collegeboard.com
.
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The College Board. All rights reserved. College Board, Advanced Placement Program, AP, SAT, and the acorn logo are registeredtrademarks o the College Board. connect to college success, SAT Preparation Booklet, SAT Reasoning Test, SAT Subject Tests, The OfcialSAT Study Guide, and The Ofcial SAT Online Course are trademarks owned by the College Board. PSAT/NMSQT is a registered trademarko the College Entrance Examination Board and National Merit Scholarship Corporation. All other products and services may be trademarkso their respective owners. Visit the College Board on the Web: www.collegeboard.com.
 
SAT Preparation Booklet
84
Correct Answers and Difficulty Levels for the Official SAT Practice Test
Section 4COR. DIFF. COR. DIFF.ANS. LEV. ANS. LEV.
1.E1 13.A32.C3 14.B33.B3 15.A24.E5 16.B35.C5 17.E36.B1 18.A17.D2 19.E38.B5 20.C29.D5 21.D310.B3 22.E211.A3 23.C312.E2Number correctNumber incorrect
Section 6COR. DIFF. COR. DIFF.ANS. LEV. ANS. LEV.
1.A1 13.E42.A3 14.B33.D4 15.C34.C3 16.E25.B4 17.C16.C5 18.D27.B5 19.A38.A5 20.D59.C2 21.B310.B2 22.B311.E2 23.D212.A4 24.A325.B3Number correctNumber incorrect
Section 9COR. DIFF. COR. DIFF.ANS. LEV. ANS. LEV.
1.E1 11.C32.B2 12.C43.C3 13.A34.C3 14.B55.D4 15.A36.A5 16.D37.B3 17.C38.D2 18.C39.E3 19.E310.C4Number correctNumber incorrect
Section 2Multiple-ChoiceQuestionsStudent-ProducedResponse QuestionsCOR. DIFF. COR. DIFF.ANS. LEV. ANS. LEV.
1.B1 9.8912.C1 10.20023.A1 11.7534.D2 12.335.B3 13.1236.D4 14.0 < x < 137.C4 15.160038.E4 16.5/8 or .625417.1/3 or .333418.5/2 or 2.55Number correctNumber correct(9-18)Number incorrect
Section 5COR. DIFF. COR. DIFF.ANS. LEV. ANS. LEV.
1.C1 11.E32.E1 12.A33.E2 13.A34.C2 14.E45.C1 15.E46.D2 16.E37.A2 17.A48.B2 18.B49.E2 19.E410.A3 20.C5Number correctNumber incorrect
Section 8COR. DIFF. COR. DIFF.ANS. LEV. ANS. LEV.
1.D1 9.D32.E1 10.A33.A1 11.B34.C2 12.A45.D2 13.C46.D3 14.D47.C3 15.C58.E3 16.A5Number correctNumber incorrect
Section 3COR. DIFF. COR. DIFF. COR. DIFF. COR. DIFF.ANS. LEV. ANS. LEV. ANS. LEV. ANS. LEV.
1.D2 10.C5 19.E2 28.A32.E1 11.C5 20.A5 29.E33.E1 12.A1 21.E3 30.C34.E3 13.D3 22.D3 31.E35.B3 14.B1 23.D4 32.A36.A3 15.B1 24.A1 33.E37.B3 16.A3 25.B5 34.A38.D3 17.C3 26.C5 35.C39.C3 18.C3 27.D5Number correctNumber incorrect
Section 10COR. DIFF. COR. DIFF. COR. DIFF.ANS. LEV. ANS. LEV. ANS. LEV.
1.C1 6.A1 11.E32.D1 7.C2 12.B33.D1 8.B3 13.C44.D1 9.A3 14.D55.C3 10.D3Number correctNumber incorrectNOTE: Difficulty levels are estimates of question difficulty for a reference group of college-bound seniors.Difficulty levels range from 1 (easiest) to 5 (hardest).
Critical Reading MathematicsWriting 
Get a score reportand answerexplanations! Enteryour answers online at
collegeboard.com/ satpracticetest.
 
Scoring the Official SAT Practice Test
85
Scoring the Official SAT Practice Test
To have your score calculated automatically, and to access answerexplanations, go to
collegeboard.com/satpracticetest
and enter your answers online. To calculate your score on paper, check yourresponses against the correct answers on page 84 and then fill in theblanks below.
Get Your Critical Reading Score
How many critical reading questions did you get
right
?Section 4: Questions 1–23 ___________Section 6: Questions 1–25 + ___________Section 9: Questions 1–19 + ___________Total = ___________(A)How many critical reading questions did you get
 wrong 
?Section 4: Questions 1–23 ___________Section 6: Questions 1–25 + ___________Section 9: Questions 1–19 + ___________Total = ___________ 
×
0.25 = ___________(B)A − B = ___________Critical ReadingRaw ScoreRound this raw score to the nearest whole number.Use the table on page 86 to find your critical reading scaled score.
Get Your Mathematics Score
How many mathematics questions did you get
right
?Section 2: Questions 1–18 ___________Section 5: Questions 1–20 + ___________Section 8: Questions 1–16 + ___________Total = ___________(A)How many multiple-choice math questions did you get
 wrong?
Section 2: Questions 1– 8 ___________Section 5: Questions 1–20 + ___________Section 8: Questions 1–16 + ___________Total = ___________ 
×
0.25 = ___________(B)A − B = ___________MathematicsRaw ScoreRound this raw score to the nearest whole number.Use the table on page 86 to find your mathematics scaled score.
Get Your Writing Score
How many multiple-choice writing questions did you get
right?
Section 3: Questions 1–35 ___________Section 10: Questions 1–14 + ___________Total = ___________(A)How many multiple-choice writing questions did you get
 wrong 
?Section 3: Questions 1–35 ___________Section 10: Questions 1–14 + ___________Total = ___________ 
×
0.25 = ___________(B)A − B = ___________Writing Multiple-ChoiceRaw ScoreRound this raw score to the nearest whole number.(C)Use the table on page 86 to find your writing multiple-choice scaledscore.Estimate your essay score using the Scoring Guide on page 36. 
×
2 = (D)Use the table on page 87, your writing multiple-choice raw score(C), and your essay score (D) to find your writing composite scaledscore.

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