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The essay gives you an opportunity to show how effectively you can develop and express ideas. You should. therefore, take care to develop your point of view, present your ideas logically and clearly, and use language precisely. Your essay must be written on the lines provided on your answer sheet-you will receive no other paper on which to write. You will have enough space if you write on every line, avoid wide margins, and keep your handwriting to a reasonable size. Remember thatpeopJe who are not familiar with your handwriting will read what you write. Try to write or print so tha't what you are writing is legible to those readers.

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Think carefully about the issue presented in the following excerpt and the assignment below. While some people promote competition as the only way to achieve success, others emphasize the power of cooperation. Intense rivalry at work or play or engaging in competition involving ideas or skills may indeed drive people either to avoid failure or to achieve important victories. In a complex world, however, cooperation is' much more likely to produce significant, lasting accomplishments.

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Do people achieve more success by cooperation than by competition? Plan and write an essay in which you develop your point of view on this issue. Support your position with reasoning and examples taken from your reading, studies, experience, or observations .

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The essay gives you an opportunity to show how effectively you can develop and express ideas. You should, therefore, take care to develop your point of view, present your ideas logically and clearly, and use language precisely. Your essay must be written on the lines provided on your answer sheet-you will receive no other paper on which to write. You will have enough space if you write on every line, avoid wide margins, and keep your handwriting to a reasonable size. Remember that people who are not familiar with your handwriting will read what you write. Try to write or print so that what you are writing is legible to those readers. ImponantRenllnde~: • A pencil is required for the essay. An essay written in ink will receive a score of zero. • Do not write your essay in your test book. You will receive credit only for what you. write on your answer sheet. • An off-topic essay will receive a score of zero. You have twenty-five minutes to write an essay on the topic assigned below.

Think carefully about the issue presented in the following excerpt and the assignment below. Sometimes it is necessary to challenge what people in authority claim to be true. Although some respect for authority is, no doubt, necessary in order for any group or organization to function, questioning the people in charge-even if they are experts or leaders in their fields- makes us better thinkers. It forces all concerned to defend old ideas and decisions and to consider new ones. Sometimes it can even correct old errors in thought and put an end to wrong actions. Assignment: Is it important to question the ideas and decisions of people in positions of authority? Plan and write an essay in which you develop your point of view on this issue, Support your position with reasoning and examples taken from your reading, studies, experience, or observations.

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The essay gives you an opportunity to show how effectively you can develop and express ideas. You should, therefore, take care to develop your point of view, present your ideas logically and clearly, and use language precisely. Your essay must be written on the lines provided on your answer sheet-you will receive no other paper on which to write. You will have enough space if you write on every line, avoid wide margins, and keep your handwriting to a reasonable size. Remember that people who are not familiar with your handwriting will read what you write. Try to write or print so that what you are writing is legible to those readers. Important Reminders:

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Think carefully about the issue presented in the following excerpt and the assignment below. We don't really learn anything properly until there is a problem, until we make a mistake, until something fails to go as we had hoped. When everything is working well, with no problems or failures, what incentive do we have to try somethingnew? We are only motivated to learn when we experience difficulties. Adapted from Alain de Botton, How Proust Can Change Your Life: Not a Novel Assignment: Does true learning only occur when we experience difficulties? Plan and write an essay in which you develop your point of view on this issue. Support your position with reasoning and examples taken from your reading, studies, experience, or observations.
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satisfactory (E) resolve .the dispute. Beneath the sentence are five words or sets of words labeled A through E. instinctive (E) an intentional . (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) streamlined .. Each sentence below has one or two blanks. Kate's impulsivenature and sudden whims led her friends to label her -------. useful (B) end . their versatility and adaptability destroyed by their transformation into rigid policies. Directions: For each question in this section. negotiators proposed a compromise that they felt would be -"-"--. Creative business stratagems frequently become ------as a result of -------. Neurosurgeon Alexa Canady maintained that choosing a career was a visceral decision rather than ------judgment. (A) enforce . when inserted in the sentence. logical S.. The simple and direct images in Dorothea Lange's photographs provide -----". Choose the word or set of words that. jingoism ossified . (A) an emotional .proved keenest when he accurately predicted that his hooks would someday appear in his native Russia. intellectual (B) a chance . GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE> .. that is. 1. bureaucratization politicized . Example: Hoping to "-----. innovation venerable . each blank indicating that something has been omitted. DD 2 SECTION 2 Time .. best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's ------. (A) foresight (D) despair (B) nostalgia (E) artistry (C) folly 2. it was not so much rational as -------. divisive (C) overcome . impulsive (D) a deliberate ..2 DD Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal. infighting mitigated . unattractive (D) extend . random (C) an intuitive ....... legislation 0®@@.25 minutes 24 Questions Turn to Section 2 (page 4) of your answer sheet to answer the questions in this section.. acceptable 3. (A) capricious (B) bombastic (C) loquacious (D) dispassionate (E) decorous 4..to both labor and management.. select the best answer from among the choices given and fill in the corresponding circle on the answer sheet.reflection of a bygone social milieu. (A) an intricate (B) a candid (C) an ostentatious (D) a fictional (E) a convoluted ·7· ..

(B) Her contributions to computer science were markedly original. Whistling and moaning. only King has had a computer language named after her: Ada. novels. 7. as if blown to the side by the punishing wind. High above. She has inspired biographies. 6. Line 5 10 8. One by one. Nearby.. stars winked on in a darkening sky. A few feet below. wild horses wandered past. turning gray in the dusk. The rhetorical device primarily featured in this passageis (B) (C) (D) (E) (A) appeal to emotion metaphorical language extended analogy flashback irony I GO ON10 THE NEXT PAGE> . her fascinating life and lineage (she was the daughter of the flamboyant poet Lord Byron)-andher role as a female pioneer in her field-have turned her into an 10 icon. (C) summarizing how and why Augusta Ada King is celebrated (D) tracing the development of the modem-day computer (E) encouraging more women to pursue careers in computer science 9. The passage is primarily concerned with (A) explaining Augusta Ada King's interest in computer science (B) providing a character analysis of Augusta Ada King. comet orno. which included her program for 5 computing a series of figures called Bernoulli numbers. King's notes. (D) She was well known in the field of computer science long after she had completed her work. It felt good to be human. its tail curving off a bit. o 0 2 The passages below are followed by questions based on their content. slid a river of clouds that had been rising and dropping all day. plays. and even a feature film. In 1843 Augusta Ada King published an influential set of notes describing Charles Babbage's conception of an "analytical engine" -the first design for an automatic Line computer. comet Hale.: 2 Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal. a 50-mile-an-hour wind whipped among the telescope domes atop Kitt Peak. Answer the questions on the basis of what is stated or implied in the passages and in any introductory material that may be provided. established her importance in computer science.Bopp hung like a feathery fishing lure. The author of the passage would most likely disagree with which of the following statements about Augusta Ada King? (A) Her family history plays no part in the fascination she arouses. In line 12. However. Questions 6-7 are based on the following passage. questions following a pair of related passages may also be based on the relationship between the paired passages. (C) Interest in her has spread throughout popular culture. They never glanced skyward at the gossamer swath of Hale-Bopp nor at the wondrous spectacle that is the night sky on a clear night. And whereas many women have helped to advance computer science. the author implies that being "human" includes (A) making occasional mistakes (B) enjoying the company of others (C) reflecting on past experiences (D) appreciating nature's beauty (E) seeking joy through simplicity Questions 8-9 are based on the following passage. (E) Her life was remarkable even apart from her contributions to computer science.

" for the same reasons. if the roots 45 that had once bound us together had not already withered and died. unable for so long to reach behind the glass and touch the strangely familiar face we saw staring back. DD 2 Questions 10-15 are based on the following passage. (E) examine the cultural ties between two nations 11. "A tree cannot stand without its roots. whenever we've made contact. "Shadowy" (line 41) primarily serves to suggest something (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) gloomy secret sinister concealed unsubstantiated GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE . the 50 world has been forced to take note. she will look for her parents. In context. seek to undermine the family 13. Line already been said. he offers his views on the historical relationship between Black Americans and Black Africans. and my ancestors who coined this adage were sending a clear and powerful message to their descendants: a people cannot flourish without their lifegiving foundations in the past. Tanzania. Another Kikongo 15 proverb reminds us that "one can only steal a sleeping baby: once awake. politics.to understand each other ever since we were separated so long ago.2 DD Unaothorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal. Thejollowing passage is adaptedfrom a 1999 memoir. in Africa and America. and religion. and strength. it has not been broken. we have 35 gazed at one another across the transatlantic divide like a child seeing itself in the mirror for the first time. it has become twisted and contorted. "those who were taken. And when we have reached out to one another through literature. 40 When we finally met. And for as long as Black people in America have reached back to Africa to offer and receive reassurance. Black Americans have managed to sustain links with the continent of their origin. offer insight into young children's behavior emphasize the vulnerability of children show people's inherent interest in their history demonstrate the complexity of familial relations warn those who. Through ingenuity and dogged determination. Massachusetts. Here." This is a maxim that conveys the seemingly instinctive pull of one's heritage. The bond has frayed and stretched. Africa has left her mark on all of us. The primary purpose of this passage is to (A) show the impact Black Americans have had on African societies (B) discuss Africans' efforts to embrace American culture (C) point out the ambivalent feelings one community . and Dar es Salaam. we were sometimes disappointed. the quest we all share for self-identification and self20 knowledge. The ties between those who came before and those who live now must be 10 maintained and nurtured if a people is to survive.. The proverb in lines 15-16 primarily serves to (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) . we filled in all that we did not know with all that we could imagine. Africans have reached to Black people in the Americas. but through it all. has for another (D) emphasize the significance of an ongoing relationship . And. our inborn curiosity in our origins. And it's a truth that has been well recognized by successive generations of Black people in America. The "message" (line 6) is best characterized as (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) veiled criticism cautionary advice a questionable proposition a nostalgic recollection an optimistic prediction' 12. A Kikongo proverb states. fraternity. 10. has lived in both the United States and Africa: he was raised in Boston. for over 300 years 25 Black Americans have kept various ties to Africa intact. a well-worn cliche in our era in which everything truly insightful has . We wondered if we hadn't been mistaken. It's a truth that my grandmother understood when she made a point of directing me to "tell the others" about her. against tremendous odds. For centuries. music. We have sought. the son (!f a Black American woman and a Congolese man. Shadowy imaginings do not usually hold up in the light of real experience. if the kinship we could feel more than describe was really there." It seems such obvious wisdom now. But all cliches derive their endurance 5 from their truth. reaffir30 marion. But time and again we were reminded of what we shared. in calculated symbolism and unwitting remembrance. The author.

note")..2 (A) fear to courage 00 Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal.. there is a shift in feeling from (B) anger to forgiveness (C) uncertainty to despair 15. o0 Broad generalizations 2 14. In lines 42-50 ("We wondered . The author primarily makes use of which of the following to convey his point? (A) Hypothetical scenarios (B) (D) regret to determination (E) . doubt to pride (C) Historical facts (D) Personal anecdotes (E) Scholarly analyses -1D- I GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGV .

One of the first easel paintings intended to be framed and hung on a wall. This technique rendered the whole." pointed to Leonardo's remarkable technique. in the manner of smoke. probably the wife of a Florentine merchant named Giocondo. respectively. Questions 16-24 are based on the following passages.. shadows... Instead of proceeding from outlined figures." His colors ranged from light to dark in a continuous gradation of subtle tones. the Mona Lisa. "without lines or borders. Art historian Kenneth Clarke. The author of Passage 2 would most likely regard the phenomena described in lines 1-6 in Passage 1 ("It hung . emotion. It means that this strange image strikes at the subconscious with 50 a force that is extremely rare in an individual work of art. adapted from books published in 1992 and 2001. This. It is of course intensely pleasurable to imag. Line 5 10 IS 20 25 It hung in Napoleon's bedroom until moving to the Louvre in 1804. Clarke's conception of art history is now regarded as somewhat old-fashioned.2 Passage 1 o0 Unaumorlzed copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal. who in 1994. who know the name of only one 30 17. The forms seemed to emerge from.. and other great artists of bygone ages. though it had precedents.. armed with nothing but 65 our "innate" sensibility. The use of perspective. and melt into. a mysterious yet almost palpable contact is established. institutions. And then there's that famous smile . its subject was nobody special.. three-quarter pose. inside the painting that speaks to us all. Mona Lisa") as (A) circumstances that may themselves have contributed to the renown of the Mona Lisa (B) occurrences that fundamentally distort the true importance of the Mona Lisa (C) incidents that cause art enthusiasts undue annoyance (Dr events that are not worthy of the consideration of art critics (E) facts that have proved inconvenient for many art historians -11- GO ONTOTHE NEXT PAGE . seeking to explain what it is about the Mona Lisa that "holds us 55 in thrall. It caused traffic jams in New York for seven weeks as 1. the Mona Lisa fully realized the potential of the new oil medium. poets. writing in 1973. processes) working in a largely unplanned 70 manner for different ends. Historically. The object of all this attention was the world's most famous portrait. Leonardo modeled features through light and shadow. It is still the position of many art critics. transparent glazes. and recognition. or perhaps just her hands-brings instant recognition even to those who have no taste or passion for painting. he explained. 16. 40 This idea originated at the beginning of the nineteenth century. case with the "postmodern" Paul Barolsky.. of her mind or soul. and triangular composition established the importance of geometry in painting. rendered the "inwardness of the sitter. The painter. But like most historians. This is not the. Both passages call attention to which aspect of the Mona Lisa ? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Its Its Its Its Its subject's mysterious smile subject's identity popular appeal influence on artists deteriorating condition Why is the Mona Lisa the best-known painting in the entire world? A small glimpse at even some of its subject's features-her eyes. o0 2 . is not simply due to an accident of accumulated publicity. ine that. The following passages. It diverged from the stiff. There are millions of people. which creates a sense of texture and depth. the sense . But her portrait set the standard for High Renaissance paintings in many important ways.. discuss a famous painting by Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519). could not accept that the Mona Lisa was famous 45 for reasons other than its inner qualities. Raphael. to the idea that inside every masterpiece that has remained alive for centuries something imponderable speaks to us. natural. In Tokyo viewers were allowed ten seconds each. as we face the products of Leonardo. There is something. without crisp separating edges. as Leonardo said. he added." I think one should avoid succumbing to the charm 60 of a myth.. he argues. Art historians. they argue. he built the illusion of threedimensional features through layers and layers of thin. Such forces have turned the Mona Lisa into the best-known painting in the world. Whether the Mona Lisa "deserves" this position is a judgment I happily leave to the reader. and admirers 35 have tried to explain the commanding place that the Mona Lisa has in our cultural life with reference to qualities intrinsic to the work. for example. which creates the illusion of depth behind Mona Lisa's head. that unleashes feelings.6 million people jostled to see it. I start with the assumption that the renown of a masterpiece rests on a sequence of events and historical agencies (people. profile portraits that had been the norm by displaying the subject in a relaxed. as painters did before. Passage 2 picture-the Mona Lisa. Starting with dark undertones.

(E) It gives the appearance of having three . (D) It wasthe first oil painting intended to be framed and hung. while the second debates its artistic merits. Both the author of Passage 1 and Paul Barolsky (line 53. The author of Passage 2 uses quotation marks in line 65 primarily to (A) label a revolutionary movement (B) refer to an overused technique in art (C) emphasize the symbolic meaning of a term. (E) The first alludes to its societal importance. 21. dimensions. ways") establish a contrast between a woman's unremarkable appearance and her portrait's astonishing beauty (B) humble origins and her portrait's monetary value (C) untimely demise and her portrait's immortality (D) lack of charisma and her portrait's universal allure (E) ordinary status and her portrait's aesthetic significance 19.of its creator. while the second seeks to account for its cultural preeminence. Which of Mona Lisa's features would the author of Passage I most likely add to those mentioned in Passage 2. line 32 ? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) (D) highlight the importance of a finding (E) imply skepticism about a theory 24. The quotation from Leonardo in lines 24-25 primarily 22. In line 41. Do not turn to any other section In the test. "position" most nearly means (A) rank (B) role (C) policy (D) view (E) location NOTE: The reading passages in this test are brief excerpts . The observations in lines 7-10 ("Historically . Which statement best characterizes the different ways in which the authors of Passage 1 and Passage 2 approach the Mona Lisa? (A) The first stresses the unique smile in the portrait. while the second argues that historical . while the second focuses on other mysterious qualities of its subject.2 (A) DD Unauthorized copying or reuse of any par! of this page is illegal. (D) The first speculates about the 'life of its subject.. The ideas contained in them do not necessarily represent the opinions of the College Board or Educational Testing Service. To make the test suitabldor testing purposes. or point of view of the original. interpretations are irrelevant. (B) It is unduly revered by much of the general public. (C) The first focuses on its stylistic innovations. or adaptations of excerpts from the published material. contents. while the second examines the background . -12- . you may check your work on this section only. 23. (C) It has influenced many generations of artists. STOP If you finish before time is called. (A) It tends to elicit idiosyncratic l I I I serves to (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) defend a methodology characterize an effect criticize a technique downplay an accomplishment acknowledge an influence 20. we may in some cases have altered the style. Her Her Her Her Her mouth hair nose chin profile. DD 2 L 18. Passage 2) make which of the following points about the Mona Lisa? responses from viewers.. (B) The first emphasizes its striking appearance.

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Which of the following graphs has the property stated above? (A) y (B) (D) 40% (E) 50% y u 0 (C) y A(-2. AB = CD. -3) B(-2. 4.. both. 5x. -3) x D(6. The Venn diagram above shows the distribution of 30 science students who studied butterflies. If the average (arithmetic mean) of x. 3 3 Butterflies 3 Grasshoppers 3. or neither. t) 0 (E) y x 0 x 6.3) x (D) 0 y x y '0 C(-4. What is the value of t ? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 2 -2 -7 -10 -12 ~ 0 x . grasshoppers. What percent of the students studied butterflies only? (A) 10% (B) 20% (C) 30% No two points on the graph have the same x-coordinate.1 I 3 (A) I (B) 2 3 3 3 Unaulhorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal. GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE -14- . In the figure above. what is the value of x ? (C) 3 (D) 4 (E) 5 3 5. and 6x is 8.

What is the value of x? (A) 4 (B) 6 (C) 16 (D) 18 (E) 22 8. GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE . If3i (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 3 = 48 36 24 12 6 3 3 iy? Unauthorized copying Of reuse of any part of this page is illegal.3 7. If the radius of circle A is 2. what is the value of 9. In the figure above. the radius of circle B is 4. what is the value of x? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 110 120 130 140 150 . what is the radius of the largest circle? (A) 4 (B) 5 (C) 6 (D) 10 (E) 20 R v 10. the circles are tangent as shown and the center of circle A is also the center of the largest circle. In the figure above. tick marks are equally spaced on the number line. 3 2 3 x ~ 42 3 3 4y = 12. and the radius of circle C is 4. In the figure above.

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(C) It is not representative of the way Walden is often taught in schools. demonstrates that the power unleashed by the machine is not that different from the power required to transform the wilderness into a productive garden. The author of Passage I would most likely argue that the enthusiasm referred to in line 14. (E) It is more in accord with the way Walden was generally understood in Thoreau's time than it is currently. Passage 1. Generations of teachers have assigned Thoreau's book Walden (1854). would probably disagree regarding which of the following about Walden? (A) The extent to which Walden presents nature as being threatened (B) The extent to which Walden successfully recounts Thoreau's experiment in solitary living (C) The extent to which Walden has been considered an important work of literature (D) Whether Walden recognizes the spread of industrialization and urbanization (E) Whether the power of the machine was a topic central to Walden 10. which recounts his experiment in living in solitary harmony with nature. is (A) supportive of the idea that Walden expresses regret about industrialization (B) a response that would have resonated with nineteenth-century Americans (C) a characteristic of Thoreau's that is often emphasized by teachers (D) an attitude that derives from Thoreau's experiment in solitary living (E) atypical of Thoreau's perceived attitude toward mechanization 12. shaking the earth with his feet. 9. was sometimes ambivalent about the mechanization that he saw around him. Walden is revered as a text of regret.. Passage 2 Although Thoreau. The author of Passage 1 would probably agree with which of the following statements about the interpretation of Walden offered in Passage 2 ? (A) It exaggerates the destructive power of the machine. Passage 1 Foraging near the hut that he built himself. 5 5 I The passages below are followed by questions based on their content. as an illustration of the intensity with which nineteenth-century America protested the intrusion into pastoral harmony of the forces of industrialization and urbanization. (D) It overlooks Thoreau's enthusiasm in Walden for the railroad. 5 Unauthorized copying or reuse 01 any part of this page is illegal. and breathing fire and smoke from his nostrils. Passage 2) was (A) kept in check by comparable forces in nature (B) largely destructive of nature's tranquility (C) exaggerated by those who did not seek out nature (D) necessary to transform nature into something productive (E) less threatening to one who lived close to nature 11. as in J 5 his response to the railroad: "When I hear the iron horse make the hills echo with his snort like thunder. Answer the questions on the basis of what is stated or implied in the passages and in any introductory material that may be provided. The author of Passage 2 and the "teachers" mentioned in line 5. Walden . Henry David Thoreau epitomizes a long-standing American worship of nature. at other times he was downright enthusiastic. questions following a pair of related passages may also be based on the relationship between the paired passages. Passage 2. cultivating beans whose properties invited speculation.5. it seems as if the earth had got a race now worthy to inhabit it. Passage 1 suggests that Thoreau would most likely agree that the "power unleashed by the machine" (line 22. . (B) It is overly influenced by the long-standing American worsbip of nature." At Walden Pond. a lament for a world passing out of existence. in Walden. civilization and 20 industrialization no longer seemed threatening. Line 5 10 GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE . gazing into the depths of Walden Pond.. Questions 9·12 are based on the following passages. In this sense. Providing a full record of Thoreau's purposeful energy.

There is also a limit to how high a wood (or stone or stee]) 80 building can be built-a limit that is influenced by those. 5 Questions 13·24 are based on the following passage. In line 1. There is an important hidden assumption behind this attitude. Both systems grow and evolve. They are a manifestation of the urge to conquer nature rather than to live in harmony with it. same interatomic forces. "nature" stops and something infinitely less worthwhile starts." to many environmental thinkers. a natural ecosystem like a forest is a powerful metaphor to aid in understanding how cities work. 50 there is a large amount of human-made detritus that can serve as food for animals: hamburg~ buns. At the most obvious level. 40 Yes. and we can study it in the same way we study other natural systems and how they got to be the way they are. line The argument goes like this: Cities remove human 5 beings from their natural place in the world. If you think this way. * An ecosystem is defined as all plants and animals that live in a place. maturity. A glimpse of downtown. along with their physical surroundings. you are likely to feel thatall of human history since the Industrial (if not the Agricultural) 20 Revolution represents a wrong tuming-a blind alley." a blemish on the face of nature. of course. they operate according to a few wendefined laws of nature. As soon 3IJ as we show up and start building towns and cities. So let me state this explicitly. " As a scientist. This is the 15 assumption that nature. set by several factors including the kinds of forces that exist between atoms in wood. There is nothing "unnatural" about this. buildings. one that needs to be brought out and examined if only because it is so widely held today." devoted to understanding it. There are plenty of places in nature where there is no soil at all-think of cliffsides in the 45 moo ntains or alon g the ocean. There is. and asphalt: often there. "Nature. A city is a natural system. A city operates in pretty much the same way as any other ecosystem. and death. Cities. are agencies that destroy the balance of nature. illustrates that the city can be thought of as a natural system on at least three different levels. in fact. a city is an ecosystem. Nor is there anything unnatural about downtown areas. From our point of view. Therefore. something like the failed Soviet experiment in central planning. There is. "vision" most nearly means (A) fantasy (B) illusion (C) prophecy (D) conception (E) apparition -21- GO ONTOTHE NEXT PAGE . I This passage is adaptedfrom a book published in 1994. J find that only one vision of the city really gets my hackles up-the notion that a city is somehow "unnatural. What bothers me about this point of view is that it implies that human beings. urban yellow jackets seem to find sugar-rich soft drink cans an excellent source 55 of "nectar" for their honey-just notice them swarming around waste containers during the summer. with its own peculiar collection of flora and fauna. Beavers.5 I J 1 . left to itself. in the town the soil has been almost completely covered by concrete. At a somewhat deeper level. In addition. they alter their environments and build shelters. 5 Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal. and both have a life cycle-birth. for example. is what happens when there are no people around. apple cores. This way of looking at cities has recently received the ultimate academic 65 accolade-the creation of a subfield of science: called "urban ecology. 13. the building of Manhattan simply amounted to the exchange of a forest for a cliffside ecosystem. As part of their survival strategy. is no grass or undisturbed soil to be seen anywhere. 35 and human beings are all part of the web of life that exists on our planet. we should abandon both our cities and our technologies and return to an earlier. at bottom. will find a state of equilibrium (a "balance of nature") and that the correct role for humanity is to find a way to fit into that balance. our cities are like every other natural system 75 in that. ants. and both 70 require a larger environment to supply them with materials and to act as a receptacle for waste. any more than beaver dams or anthills are unnatural. one that pre sum10 ably would include many fewer human beings than now inhabit our planet. although we 60 don't normally think in these terms. and particularly the explosive postwar growth of suburbs ("urban sprawl"). happier state of existence. * Look at the energy sources of the downtown ecosystem. are not part of nature. a limit to how high a tree can grow. Indeed. Both require energy from outside sources to keep them functioning. Finally. But this isn't really unnatural. All of these can and do serve as food sources. sunlight to provide warmth. much as a salt marsh or a forest is. in some deep sense. and hence are evil presences 25 on the planet. It seems to me that we should begin our discussion of cities by recognizing that they aren't unnatural. and partially filled soft drink containers.

death") is best characterized as (A) a defense (B) a concession (C) a comparison (D) an exception (E) an allusion 15. The three levels discussed in lines 57-81 ("A glimpse .5 (A) satisfactory solution (B) stroke of luck (C) complicated arrangement (D) false supposition (E) bittersweet memory 1 Unauthorized copying or reuse 01 any part of this page is illegal. In line 63. I GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE> . The author's attitude toward the "subfield" (line 65) is best characterized as one of (A) approval (B) curiosity (C) uncertainty (D) surprise (E) dismay 22. forces") serve primarily to (A) present several arguments in support of a fundamental claim (B) . The author's attitude toward the "downtown ecosystem" (line 48) is best described as one of (A) regret (B) frustration (C) ambivalence (D) unconcern (E) appreciation j ·22.organize the author's opinions from most to least important (C) illustrate a process of reasoning from initial assertion to ultimate conclusion (D) group hypotheses that address two opposing principles (E) compare alternative theories proposed by the scientific community 20. The discussion of the forest ecosystem in lines 67-73 ("At a ... The author would most likely describe the "happier state" (line 9) as a 19. those who "think this way" (line 18) view the Industrial Revolution as (A) an example ofan important human achievement (B) an instance of technology'S double-edged potential (C) an era when cities became successfully selfsufficient • (D) a time when social distinctions became easier to transcend (E) the beginning of a harmful trend in human history 16. "peculiar" most nearly means . ] 5 5 r 14. According to the author. The author would most likely characterize the views of the "thinkers" referred to in line 28 as (A) carefully reasoned (B) thought-provoking (C) unintelligible (D) inconclusive (E) erroneous 17....(A) eccentric (B) abnormal (C) rare (D) distinctive (E) significant 21. The author compares cities to beaver dams and anthills (lines 33-36) in order to (A) explain how some ecological systems work (B) suggest that all three are the products of natural impulses (C) assert that all three are ultimately detrimental to nature (D) point out that different species flourish in different environments (E) call attention to particular obstacles facing cities today 18.

you may check your work on this section only.5 (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 5 ) U naulhorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal. The final paragraph primarily serves to (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) STOP H you finish before time is called. 5 restate the elements of a dilemma summarize the author's evidellce heighten an emotional impact suggest a focus for further research emphasize the author. The discussion of limits in lines 74-81 suggests that cities have the ability to change and grow cities are often larger than they need to be cities must be self-regulating in order to survive human efforts to conquer nature tend to backfire natural principles significantly affect human endeavors 24. Do not turn to any other section in the test. . s position 23.

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many comforts were to be found in royal palaces. are well-maintained tourist attractions. (11) Some. which of the following is the best way to combine sentences 6 and 7 (reproduced below) ? In royal palaces there were to be found many comforts that medievalcastles did not offer. like Eilean Donan Castle and the Chateau de Chambonneau. (E) Still.6 6 Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal. (5) But even welcomed guests would have found castles less than inviting. (3) Their stone walls. (C) Those who defied such obstacles did so at their periL (D) Under feudalism. medieval castles instead offered dark dungeons and damp. In context. (12) In one Welsh village. now attract visitors from all over the world. Some parts of the passage need to be rewritten. (C) Ironically. all land was considered property of the king. drafty living quarters. (D) By contrast. drafty living quarters instead. not ali visitors came with hostile intentions. (C) While medieval castles offered only dark dungeons and damp. which were designed to keep people at a distance." (B) Drawbridges had been in use since ancient times. In choosing answers. many survive to the present day as fascinating relics of a bygone era. (E) In retrospect. as a palace. (7) These had dark dungeons and damp.. drafty Jiving quarters. (A) Actually. Which of the following sentences. GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE . (10) There are scores of medieval castles located throughout Europe. would most effectively link sentences 3 and 4 ? (A) These walls were built by laborers known as "serfs. 33. Some questions are about particular sentences or parts of sentences and ask you to improve sentence structure or word choice. (6) In royal palaces there were to be found many comforts that medieval castles did not offer. though some people use the terms "castle" and "palace" interchangeably. Which of the following would most appropriately be inserted at the beginning of sentence 9 ? . royal palaces offered many more comforts than could be found there. follow the requirements of standard written English. (B) Basically. (2) Castles are fortified dwellings. built by feudal lords of the Middle Ages. many comforts not found in dark dungeons and damp. medieval castles offered few of the comforts to be found in royal palaces . drafty living quarters. iron gates. (9) These structures. drafty living quarters. which would most improve the first paragraph (sentences 1-7) ? (A) Providing a brief summary of medieval history (B) Tracing the origin of the word "castle" (C) Explaining more fully what a palace is (D) Placing sentence 7 immediately after sentence 1 (E) Deleting sentence 3 . 6 6 Directions: The following passage is an early draft of an essay. and drawbridges were designed to ward off marauding plunderers and hostile armies. 30. Of the following. 32. (1) A castle is not the same thing 31. drafty living quartets. if inserted immediately after sentence 3. (E) With their dark dungeons and damp. These had dark dungeons and damp. the decaying remnants of a castle sit beside cozy brick houses on an ordinary street. Read the passage and select the best answers for the questions that follow. (D) Unlike medieval castles. (B) Lacking many comforts compared to royal palaces. (8) Though castles were made obsolete by the invention of the cannon in the fourteenth century. (4) Small windows in castle walls allowed archers to shoot at intruders from positions of comparative safety. (A) Because medieval castles had dark dungeons and damp. moats. Other questions ask you to consider organization and development. Questions 30·35 refer to the following passage. drafty living quarters instead. royal palaces offered.

architectural form coincided with the transformation of medieval society. (E) Eilean Donan Castle was named for a 7th-century saint who lived as a hermit in the Scottish Highlands. (C) However. Which of-thefuHowing sentences 'J. against a background of modem comfort. you may check your work on this section only. appearances are often misleading. medieval austerity stands in bold relief (C) The decline of the castle's importance as an "tourist traps. 6 34. Do not turn to any other section in the test. palaces are actually little (B) There."uiJ most effectively be placed after sentence 12 ? (A) In the final analysis. the environment may be a factor. (B) Elsewhere." (D) Others crumble away in relative obscurity. Which of the following sentences would best be inserted between sentences It and 12 ? (A) But not all castles can be considered obsolete. . many travelers prefer to avoid such 35.6 6 Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part 01 this page is illegaL 6 more than luxurious castles. imposing structures like Hearst's Castle are not really castles in the strictest sense of the word. STOP If you finish before time is called. (D) In the United States. (E) Besides.

7 SECTION 7 T-ime .. the domain of any function l(x) is a real number. 4. What is the value of w in the figure above? (A) 90 (B) 100 . f is assumed to be the set of all real numbers x for which .." J (' E} b ~ ~xs a 0 x.000 GO ONTO THE NEXT PAGE .. «:! ::: .I Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal.. 0 C = ~ u (J) I- G A =7rr2 Dw A"" (I+' e ~ b 1 A=Zbh LSJ.. The pictogram above shows the number of new homes built in Cityville for each of four different time periods from 1961 through 2000. (C) Each 110 1..1 The number of degrees of arc in a circle is 360. _.000 (E) 28.. All figures lie in a plane unless otherwise indicated. I I 14 30 16.7 ./3 ~ 0 s c= 21C1' V=twh V=1rr2h c2=a2+b2 Special Right Triangles ~ p::..000 (D) 20. For questions 1-8... 2. The use of a calculator is permitted. Figures that accompany problems in this test are intended to provide information useful in solving the problems.. How many new homes were built from 1961 through 1990? (A) (B) (C) (D) 135 (E) 145 .. Fill in the corresponding circle on the answer sheet. Directions: This section contains two types of questions. 1. solve each problem and decide which is the best of the choices given. Unless otherwise specified.S: ..C ~ . o '" (5 Z 3. All numbers used are real numbers... They are drawn as accurately as possible EXCEPT when it is stated in a specific problem that the figure is not drawn to scale..2S minutes 18 Questions Turn to Section 7 (page 6) of your answer sheet to answer the questions in this section. You may use any available space for scratchwork. The sum of the measures in degrees of the angles of a triangle is 180.000 homes.2 e . You have 25 minutes to complete both types. NEW HOMES IN ClTYVILLE 1961-197088 1971-1980 1981-1990 1991-2000 ~tJtJ8 e88e~ee~ ee~ 68 [1rJ ee [1e 8 ee t) 8 e represents 2. 2.. 11.

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7 Directions: For Student-Produced Response questions 9-18. You may use any available space for scratchwork.- . • Because the answer sheet will be machinescored..7 -.as 0._.. Each of the remaining 10 questions requires you to solve the problem and enter your answer by marking the circles in the special grid.. If JfP = . use the grids at the bottom of the answer sheet pag~ on which you have answered questions 1-8.- --"' 1 U~·. it is suggested that you write your answer in the boxes at the top of the columns to help you fill in the circles accurately.. :'. • Mark no more than one circle in any column. you will receive credit only if the circles are filled in correctly.66 or . (If • Decimal Answers: If you obtain a decimal answer with more digits than the grid can accommodate. Grid in----+ result. Answer: Write answer in boxes. When 1. • Some problems may have more than one correct answer... it will be is . Columns not needed should be left blank .5 Answer: 201 Either position is correct. For example. you should record your result as . if you obtain an answer such.783 is rounded to the nearest whole number. A less accurate value such as . In such cases. • Although not required.666 or . what is the value of p? 10. Note: You may start your answers in any column.. .5 or 7/2. but it must fill the entire grid.783 is rounded to the nearest tenth? GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE . space permitting. L . as shown in the examples below.667.". grid only one answer. • Mixed numbers such as 3~ must be gridded as 3. • No question has a negative answer. it may be either rounded or truncated.. Acceptable ways to grid % are: 2/3 bb7 1~~~J2. d 31 3] ) mterprete as 2' not '2' 9..Ji8.67 wiD be scored as incorrect.__ Fraction line 7 Answer: 2.led copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal.6666. the result is how much greater than when 1. -+ 12 .Jgridded..

5. what is the eighth term? oi GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE . how many towels are in the closet? 7 l. C. B. respectively. Five different points A. If the probability is 5 she will pick is brown. that the towel 13. Each term a certain sequence is greater than the term before it.7 11. D. If the length of CD is 2. what is one possible value for the length of BC? 14. The number of days in April on which . She will randomly pick one ofthe towels to pack. In the 30-day month of April. and E lie on a line in that order.it rained was how much greater than the number of days on which it did not rain? 12. for every three days it rained. 6 are brown. Samantha is packing for a trip. there were two days it did not rain. Of the towels in the closet. The length of AD is 4.5 and the length of BE is 3. If the third and sixth terms of the sequence are 17 and 77. The difference betweenany two consecutive terms in the sequence is always the same number.

A four-digit integer. The flag shown above is made of overlapping equilateral triangles ADF and BCE. where g(x) = k(x + 3)(x . The graph above shows the function g. .7 . ...1.. Z == W . is formed according to the following rules. 2. 00 not turn to any other section in the test. ..1. it is necessary to know the perimeter of the flag. Unauthorized copying or reuse of ' .3) for some constant k. DE. 17. what is the value of a? STOP If you finish before time is called. What is the least value of x that satisfies the equation above? Note: Figure not drawn to scale.. If CD. what is the length. .. . I any part of this page is illegal... and EF each have length 10 inches. ·WXfZ. X. you may check your work on this section only. X = W+Y+Z 3. If g(a . in which W. Because ribbon is to be sewn around the entire outer edge. of the perimeter shown in bold? 16... 7 Ix-31=- 1 2 c B A F 15.2) = 0 and a > 0.. in inches. Y.. and Z each represent a different digit..5 What is the four-digit integer? 18. W == y + 1 1.

Unless otherwise specified. c: \I) G Dw e A=nr2 C=2nr A= (w ~ETIh b £ ~ The number of degrees of arc in a circle is 360.u211 = a2 + b2 x13 s Special Right Triangles The sum of the measures in degrees of the angles of a triangle is 180. Figures that accompany problems in this test are intended to provide information useful in solving the problems. 2..9 ~ E ~ . The use of a calculator is permitted. the domain of any function f(x) is a real number. 0008 l SECTIONS Time .8000 Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal. I. solve each problem and decide which is the best of the choices given. point A is the center of the circle Silkscreen and segments BD and CE are diameters. ART AWARDS C t2 ~ z E o~~~~. I. All numbers used are real numbers. Which of the following statements is true? (A) CA > (B) ED > (C) BA < (D) CA := (E) ED = o (A) 5 (B) 8 (C) 11 (D) 13 (E) 24 Prize Ribbons Honorable Mention Ribbons 6 4 4 4 4 i.20 minutes 16 Questions Turn to Section 8 (page 7) of your answer sheet to answer the questions in this section. ·A = 1bh E} n b~ c2 0 xs ~ 0 a V=fwh V = .. how many honorable mention ribbons were awarded altogether? IGO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE> . You may use any available space for scratch work._~~~~~~~~~ Painting Pottery Photography Metalwork ~ 2.. They are drawn as accurately as possible EXCEPT when it is stated in a specific problem that the figure is not drawn to scale. Directions: For this section. All figures lie in a plane unless otherwise indicated. v 0:: . In the figure above.2 I:: III :) .::: .. Fill in the corresponding circle on the answer sheet. f is assumed to be the set of all real numbers x for which . According to the chart above. 4.!: 1. z '0 III '" 3.

Who is the oldest child? (A) Chadd (B) Daria (D) 21 (E) 31 (C) Owen (D)· Steph (E) It cannot be determined from the information given. For positive integers a. by ~ . what is the area of the square with opposite vertices at (-2. and c. The four children in the Speer family are Owen.8000 3.' = i -ac + c. b. Steph is the youngest child. Chadd. What is the value of ~? ' (A) 1 (B) 11 (C) 16 5. -2) and (A) (B) (2. In the xy-coordinate plane. ~. and Daria. let ~ Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal. Owen is often taken care of by his older brother and sister. 2) ? 4 8 (C) 16 (D) 32 (E) 64 GO ONTOTHE NEXT PAGE . 4. Steph. Chadd is neither the youngest nor the oldest. Daria is one of the two older children. 000 8· m be defined .

If x < y < information above? (A) z. +Y +Z Z x+Y-z=4 x+y-z=8 x+y+ . x.8 . the result is 4. The average (arithmetic mean) of three positi ve numbers. 7.8000 p Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is JIIega!. If QR II PS in the figure above. is 12. y. what is the value of 2(x + y)? (A) 90 (B) 120 (C) 180 (D) 270 = 36 36 24 (B) x (C) x+y-z". = = (E) 360 (D) x + Y + (E) x z '" 24 = 36 xy-z::4 +Y +Z GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE . When the greatest of these numbers is subtracted from the sum of the other two. which of the following pairs of equations could correctly express the x+Y+Z x+y-z=4 6. and z.

The figure above shows the graph of y = !(x) from x = -8 to x = 8.I Ii 8. If k 0. ·3 2y = 81. If X and y are positive integers and 3 what is the value of x + y ? (A) (B) (C) 2x Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part ofthis page is illegal. 10.8000 . 0008 x = "3 and x -j. For what value of x in this interval does the function (A) 2 (B) 4 f attain its maximum value? (C) 5 (D) 6 (E) 8 GO ON TOTHE NEXT PAGE . what does 3x equal in terms of k ? (A) 2 3 k 2 (B) 9k (C) (D) (E) 4 2 9 k k 9 k (D) ~ (E) 81 3 y 8 -8 9.

4. which of the following could be the median of the new list of seven numbers? I. in cubic inches? (B) 125 (C) ]28 (D) 216 (E) 256 13. 6 ·1 l j 1 1 i' IT. 7 . x. ' (A) (B) (C) CD) (E) I only II only III only I and III only I. 0008 3. 11'.6.10. 2 III. What is the volume of the cube. If 11 iR an integer. A cube has 2 faces painted black and the remaining faces painted white. II.w (E) y-x I ! I i ~ i i I GO ON 10 THE NEXT PAGE> . The letters v. 12 11. and y represent numbers as shown on the number line above. 61. The number n is to be added to the list above.8000 (A) 64 Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal. 7. and III I~ 1 I -I I' IV o x y 12. The total area of the white faces is 64 square inches. Which of the following expressions has the least value? (A) (B) (C) v+y v+x w+x CD) v.

If 5 different colors are available for the design. k is a constant and n(t) represents the number of bees on day number t for . Do not turn to any other section in the test. (E) It is decreased by 9%. If the length of a rectangle is increased by 30% and the width of the same rectangleis decreased by 30%. how many differently painted designs are possible? (A) (B) 10 20 o $. what is the effect on the area of the rectangle? (A) It is increased by 60%. . t $. 99. -41- . " STOP If you finish before time is called. CD) It is decreased by 15%. 30 40 50 On what number day was the number of bees in the hive the same as it was on day number 10 ? (A) '20 (B) (C) (D) (E) (C) 25 (D) 60 (E) 120 60 15. In the function. a certain design is to be painted using 2 different colors. (C) It is unchanged. There was a lOO-day period when the number of bees in a certain hive could be modeled by the function n above.' 14. 20t + k 16. " 0008 n(t) = t 2 2 .8000 Colorl Color 1 Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part 01this page IS illegal. As shown above. (B) It is increased by 30%. you may check your work on this section only.

enforce . advanced . (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) credence . which were ------. thunderous enormous . systematic currency .. Each sentence below has one or two blanks.9 [ Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal.. unattractive (D) extend . that the team was experiencing a resurgence of popularity. negotiators proposed a compromise that they felt would be ------. Directions: For each question in this section. (A) an egalitarian (C) a dilettante (E) a purveyor (B) a dowager (D) an iconoclast 3( 2.. It seemed from the size of the crowd. The fashion designer favored fabrics that were so ------. divisive (C) overcome .. deafening unimpressive . 9 SECTION 9 Time . (A) imprecise (B) straightforward 5. 1. convincing momentum . breakthrough (A) (B) (C) (D) 4. useful (B) end . when inserted in the sentence. acceptable (A) 3. earning a reputation as -------.. (A) palpable (B) diaphanous (D) luxurious (E) anomalous (C) variegated (C) deficient (D) obtrusive (E) elliptical 6. the evidence is still -------.20 minutes 19 Questions Turn to Section 9 (page 7) of your answer sheet to answer the questions in this section.. 3_' GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE . rousing 2: J L r I :. satisfactory (E) resolve .in astronomical thinking. Although the theory that widespread lead poisoning contributed to the decline of the Roman Empire has gained -------.our perception of the cosmos and thus caused a ------. free of stylistic tricks or evasiveness. hollow sparse ... inconclusive I.. muted negligible .. setback altered .. Example: Hoping to ------.. dubious acceptance .the dispute. Beneath the sentence are five words or sets of words labeled A through E. which was -------. The prose of Richard Wright's autobiographical Black Boy (1945) is -------.. revolution contradicted . truce reinforced.... each blank indicating that something has been omitted. best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. select the best answer from among the choices given and fiJI in the corresponding circle on the answer sheet..to both labor and management. and the resonance of its cheers. Evidence that the universe is expanding ------. Choose the word or set of words that.. crisis (E) halted .. irrefutable disrepute .as to be virtually transparent. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) vast . Professor Williams disdained tradition: she regularly attacked cherished beliefs and institutions..

It was withheld. England." "Were there insanity in the family. and Miss Keeldar. "Decidedly suitable! Most proper!" pronounced Mr. . and she was spirited.Keeldar. Sympson. Mr. I should believe you m~. his mannersyulgar." "Had he my money counted five score times. you will see me over65 leap it. 35 Miss Keeldar and her uncle had characters that would not harmonize. Questions 7-19 are based on the following passage.that never had harmonized. commonplace profligacy. Samuel Fawthrop Wynne. Your eccentricity and conceit touch the verge of frenzy.His intellect reaches no standard I can esteem: -there is a second stumbling block. perhaps.-twice your common sense. Before 1 marry. his tastes are coarse. dilated.equal connections. . and she. real substance. a young woman of twenty-one who has inherited a fortune and land in Yorkshire. It must be done!" He sent for his niece to the oak-parlor. he was worldly. he communicated the offer. or could you do. unsmiling." She never yet had accepted his definition. romantic. "No: I shall not marry Samuel Fawthrop Wynne. To refuse him is presumption on your part. he was despotic. Mr. wealthy man. In all respects he is more than worthy of you. Shirley and he had disagreed on the meaning of the words "suitable" and "proper." . . from infancy upwards. in the most important step of her life. . and it was doubtful whether. This passage.common law and common sense. He was irritable. he claimed her consent. his feelings are blunt. Sympson that his family wished to arrange a marriage between his son.not be trifled with!" "What. madam!" 80 "Scrupulous care 1 will take. ." "May 1 ask if you expect some man of title . give her in charge to a proper husband. and he intended to discharge it conscientiously: he anxiously desired to have his niece married. Wynne announced to Mr." 40 "Please to state your objections. taken from an early nineteenth-century two characters-Shirley Keeldar. in the. he shut himself up there with her alone. point-blank! Cease to annoy me WIth the subject: l forbid it!" ." . His views . . she would consent to accept it. ere I have finished. novel. would you. Sympson." "Perhaps. or do you prefer 55 celibacy?" . 50 "The man is a respectable. she was pale as the white marble slab and cornice behind her. "And I ask in what sense that young man is worthy ofmeY' "He has twice your money. her eyes flashed large.. the uncle who was her guardian until she reached adulthood." She stood on the hearth. Franticand impracticable girl! Take warning! I dare you to sully our name by a misalliance!" "Our name! Am I called Sympson?" 70 "God be thanked that you are not! But be on your guard!-lwill. "Is it your intention ever to marry." "He has run a course of despicable." "I ask why? I must have a reason. I would take no vow to love him." GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE .are narrow. you shock me!" 45 "That conduct alone.' Accept that as the first reason why 1 spurn him. "I refuse.sinks him in a gulf of immeasurable inferiority. . if my pleasure led me to a choice you disapprove?" 75 "Take care! take care!" (warning her with voice and hand that trembled alike." . "I anticipate no less.some .) "Why? What shadow of power have you over me? Why should 1 fear you?" ''Take care. he gave his opinion. The passage below is followed by questions ?ased on its content: Answer the questions on the basis of what is stated or implied in the passage and in any introductory matenal that may be provided. peer of the realm -to demand your hand?" "I doubt if the peer breathes on whom I would 60 confer it. The misfortune was. and wash his hands of her for ever.9 Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal. "1 deny your right to claim an answer to that question. and Mr. and she liked freedom. good connections.. nanie Qf . Sympson. The trial soon came. . Not without purpose had he come down to Yorkshire: his mission was clear. to make for her a suitable match. presents Line 5 10 15 20 25 30 -. -equal respectability. I am resolved to esteem-to admire-to love." "Miss. "A fine unencumbered estate.

Miss Keeldar responds to the question posed in lines 54-55 by doing which of the following? (A) Denying the accusation that she is secretly engaged (B) Challenging the idea that she must address the question (C) Correcting the exaggerations implicit in the question (D) Contradicting her earlier claim of complete independence (E) Asserting her right to live without marrying 7. The list in lines 8-11 ("he anxiously . Wynne. . I have. he reads only a sporting paper. The episode presented in the passage is best described as a (A) setback in an otherwise warm family relationship (B) disappointment experienced by a young and ambitious woman (C) confrontation between people whose differences seem irreconcilable CD) collaboration between two individuals whose goals are similar (E) conversation about the need for unity within an extended family 8. Miss Keeldar's first objection to Mr. I will write to Mr. And there 1 wonder how your Fawthrop Wynne would suit me? He cannot write a note without orthographical errors. I have no taste: for literature and the arts. Iknow Ispeak in an unknown tongue.. Mr. the contrasts in lines 3-5 suggest that Miss Keeldar is "perhaps. ever") suggests that Mr. a play-actor? a play-writer. Sympson is primarily motivated by (A) anticipation of a project on which he and his niece can collaborate (B) eagerness to help his niece realize her ambitious goals (C) apprehension about his family's tarnished reputation (D) frustration with the limited opportunities available to his niece (E) impatience to free himself of a perceived family responsibility 10." "On a low clerk. you could not compel me to this step. connections") indicate that a marriage is suitable when it (A) (8) (C) (D) (E) meets the emotional needs of both partners promises to benefit the local community has the approval of ail family members involves formal ceremonies and celebrations brings social and financial advantages 11.. Mendicancy is not estimable. Sympson! Or what?" "Any literary scrub. uncle.9 1\5 Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal." "For the scrubby. "Never to the altar with Sam Wynne. but 1 feel indifferent whether Iam comprehended or not. shabby. In context. romantic" in that she (A) seems attractive and mysterious to others (B) is overly concerned with finding a good husband (C) has passionate and unconventional ideas about life (D) prefers to read books and poetry about love (E) is the subject of fancifully exaggerated stories GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE ." "To what will she come? Why are not the laws more stringent." 9. " "And if this love of yours should fall on a beggar?" "On a beggar it will never fall. and you the czar. whining. Sympson's comments in lines 22-23 ("A fine . or-or-" "Take courage. or shabby. 12. undignified pursuits (B) expresses no regret for damage caused by his actions (C) fails to treat others with the respect they deserve (D) is dependent on his family for financial support (E) lacks the imagination 'and sensitivity of an artist .. Wynne (lines 41 ·43) is that he (A) wastes his time in reckless. Mr. Were Britain a serfdom. that Imight compel her to hear reason?" "Console yourself. 9 90 95 100 105 "Preposterous stuff! indecorous! unwomanly!" "To love with my whole heart. Give yourself no further trouble on the subject. he was the booby of Stilbro' grammar school!" "Unladylike language! To what will she come?" He lifted hands and eyes toward the heavens.. whining artist.

Miss Keeldar responds to the question in line 100 ("To . with") is (A) implausible.. 13. 15. you may check your work on this section only. (E) She should not marry a man who is both poor and undignified. Sympson misleading. (B) She should feel honored by the attentions of the Wynne family. In lines 80-82 ("Scrupulous . Sympson serious. come") as a (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) warning about financial losses prediction of a bleak future confession of his own relief plea for an unexpected diversion condemnation of conventional lifestyles If you finish before time is called. 14. love"). because Miss Keeldar can outwit 17. Sympson indicate that Miss Keeldar views love as a (A) natural consequence of prolonged companionship .... because Mr. because Miss Keeldar herself is trying to intimidate Mr: Sympson (C) inquiry about her future course of action (D) expression of moral uncertainty (E) attempt to understand her family's history 18... 19. (D) She must not act against her most deeply held beliefs. STOP . Mr. Sympson is genuinely concerned about Miss Keeldar's happiness baseless. Sympson has no real power over Miss Keeldar absurd. Miss Keeldar uses the expression "an unknown tongue" (line 85) to suggest that Mr. (B) (C) (D) (E) deliberately misunderstanding his meaning scornfully turning the blame back on him childishly mocking the tone of his comment lamenting his failure to sympathize with her justifying her previously sensible behavior (B) crucial prerequisite for a satisfactory marriage (C) desirable element in an independent woman's daily life (D) fortunate accident that sometimes results from marriage (E) sentimental delusion that is potentially harmful .. Sympson by (A) . (C) She needs to become more mature before she marries. because Miss Keeldar's decisions must be approved by Mr. Do not turn to any other section in the test. Sympson would most likely agree on which point? {A) She must seek marriage with an aristocratic man. The passage as a whole suggests that the implied threat in lines 70-71 ("But be . come") as if it were an (A) unreasonable request for an explanation (B) appeal to her sense of fair play • (C) (D) (E) Mr. Miss Keeldar deflects the warning from Mr. Miss Keeldar and Mr.. because Mr. Sympson is (A) mistrustful of anything new and unfamiliar (B) ignorant of Wynne's reputation in the community (C) inclined to speak in an obscure manner (D) incapable of understanding her sentiments (E) unwilling to acknowledge their family's mistakes 16.1 \ 9 (B) Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal. Her remarks to Mr. Sympson poses the question in line 100 ("To ..

The watercolors it has on display by the museum represent the era when Japan's emergence from feudalism and isolation inspired its artists to explore new themes and techniques. select the best answer from among the choices given and fill in the corresponding circle on the answer sheet. 2. . the other four choices are different. There is manY challenges aSSQciated with starting one's own business. When Sheila and Lucy visited the restaurant. follow the requirements of standard written English. sentence construction. that is. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) is many challenges associated is many challenges to associate is many challenges associating are many challenges associated are many challenges which associate 4. select one of the other choices. the era when (B) that it. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) and she was sixty-five years old then when she was sixty-five at age sixty-five years old upon the reaching of sixty-five years at the time when she was sixty-five 0. Your selection should result in the most effective sentence-clear and precise.10 Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) can be traced to-the presidency of can be traced to the presidencies of happened in the presidency of happening during the presidencies of that happened in the presidency of EXAMPLE: Laura Ingalls Wilder published her first book and she was sixty-five years old then. (A) it has on display by the museum represent The following sentences test correctness and effectiveness of expression.TO THE NEXT PAGE . the museum. and Woodrow Wilson. Part of each sentence or the entire sentence is underlined. pay attention to grammar. if not. ~ noticed that the menu had chanied and that their favorite dish was no longer offered. Directions: For each question in this section.@®® 1. choice of words. 10 SECTION 10 Time -10 minutes 14 Questions Turn to Section 10 (page 7) of your answer sheet to answer the questions in this section. select choice A. The origins of the Teapot Dome scandal can be traced to the presidency of Theodore Roosevelt. is displaying represents the era of (C) on display at the museum represent the era when (D) displayed at the museum representing the era when (E) being displayed at the museum represents the era while 3. beneath each sentence are five ways of phrasing the underlined materiaL Choice A repeats the original phrasing. If you thinkthe original phrasing produces a better sentence than any of the alternatives.. ambiguity. and punctuation. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) she noticed that the menu had changed she notices that the menu has changed Sheila has noticed the menu changed Sheila had noticed the menu changing Sheila noticed that the menu had changed GO ON. In making your selection. without awkwardness or . William Howard Taft.

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e 7. ANS. 16. A 0 E E e 4 2 5 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 1. Section COR. 4. 18. 1718. LEV. 19. 34. 21. 18.DlFF. 13. 5. 2l. 19.DIFF. Section 6 COR. A B D B B E 3 3 3 4 3 4 5 4 Number correct Number incorrect Number correct Number incorrect Number correct (9·18) Number correct Number incorrect Writiru. e E E 4 3 3 2 3 3 6. e E e E A 2. 17. D E 3 3 3 3 2. D e E B e 1 3 2 3 1 COR. D A B B 3 3 4 e E 10. 10. e 6. 13. ANS. D D 8. e e E 5 10. ANS. 14. e B E E COR. 33. Student-Produced Response Questions COR. 31. D A e e 3 3 3 2. e B E A E A· B 1 2 1 3 3 3 10. 17. 29. 15. 13. 9. 3. 17. LEV. 11. COR. 9. Number incorrect Number correct Number incorrect Mathematics Section 3 COR.2 or 21/5 2. 19. 20. 9. 23. LEV. 3.. 14. 1. E 2 2 2 1 12. LEV. Section 9 COR.5 or 5/2 5940 90 4. 15. 14. 8. 3 5 2 17. DIFF. 22. 3. 12. 4. 4. ANS. 25. LEV.DIFF. 1 24. D 0 8. 19. DlFF. D" 1 1 11. ANS. e B A e D 1 1 1 13. CFCE Critical Reading Section 2 Section 5 COR. e E e D E 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 4 5 28. . A 2. 20. 16. 14. COR. 13. 23.DlFF. DID. 7.OIFF. 14. B C E A D A e e COR. I 1 10. -~ 1. e B E D B 5 4. 6. 11. Section 7 Section COR.Correct Answers and Difficulty Levels Form Codes AECE. 1. 10. Dm. 10 COR. 16. LEV. e 4 3 4 5 5 5 16.. 12. B D E E B A 0 A A e 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 ~. 2. E 3. ANS. DIFF. 1 E 1 2 2 2 3 3 12. 14. 11. DIFF. D D 4 COR. e . LEV. ANS. ANS. 3. D1FF. e E 0 D 3 4 4 5 Number correct Number incorrect Number correct Number incorrect NOTE: Difficulty levels are estimates of question difficulty for a reference group of college-bound Difficulty levels range from 1 (easiest) to 5 (hardest). 4. LEV. 8. 12.DIFF. E 9. LEV. 12. LEV. 23. ANS. D 11. LEV . 15. 26. 16. ANS. LEV. 30. E 1 I B E 2 2 D A 3 e3 E 3 e5 L 2. DIFF. Nt ultip1e-Choice Questions COR. LEV! COR. B 3 3 8. LEV. DIFF. ANS. D A B 3 3 D e B B E 2 3 3 3 3 5 Number correct Number incorrect Number correct. LEV. B 3 3 12. 27. DIFF. DlFF. 5. 11. 8. 12. 3. A 4 • COR. 15. 15. 0 5. 9. 'ANS. 20. 32. 13. 5. 16. . 18. 14. 22. 1 3 A 5 D 4 5. 7. DIFF. 35. B 4. 2. ANS. 0 7. COR. LEV. 3. 22. 7. 6. 6. ANS. E 10. 2. 8. 9. 2.2 or 115 9. LEV. ANS. 19.5 or O<xd/2 6 117 2. IS. BWCE. DIFF. 6. ANS. ANS. A 3 4 10. 14. D S e e E e 5 2 3 5 2 3 4 1. A B 13. LEV. 9. A 7. 1&. 5· B 1 1 2 4 5 8. ANS. 9 I 2 3 3 4 3 4 4 5 15 0<x<1. 17. 24. 6. ANS. D e 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 2 3 2 11. seniors: . 5. 5. E E B E A 0 A 2 4 1 3 3 1. 3. 24. e L 2. LEV. 7. 7. 8 COR. 13.5 1 6. 4. E E B e A E e B 20. 4. B B 15. 16. 11. 18. 21.

CFCE Critical Reading Scaled Score Writing MultipleChoice Scaled Score Critical Reading Scaled Score Writing MultipleChoice Scaled Score Raw Score Math Scaled Score Raw Score Math Scaled Score 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 800 800 800 800 780 770 750 740 720 710 700 690 680 670 660 650.SAT Score Conversion Table Form Codes AECE. . 640 630 630 620 610 • 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 600 600 590 580 580 570 560 560 550 540 540 530 530 520 510 800 800 770 . BWCE. 44 43 43 42 41 40 39 21 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 30 29 27 25 23 20 below This table is for use only with the test in this booklet. 750 730 710 700 690 680 670 660 650 650 640 80 79 76 73 71 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18· 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 630 620 610 600 590 590 580 570 560 70 68 67 65 64 63 62 60 59 58 57 56 55 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 -I and -2 -3 510 500 490 490 480 480 470 460 460 450 440 440' 430 430 420 410 410 400 390 380 380 370 360 350 340 330 320 310 300 280 270 250 230 210 200 550 540 540 530 520 510 500 490 490 480 470 460 450 440 430 420 420 410 400 390 380 370 350 340 330 320 300 290 270 260 240 220 200 200 200 54 54 53 52 51 50 49 49 48 47 46 46 45 .

560 550 530 540 530 520 540 530 510 520 510 520 500 510 :490 510 490 500 480 480 . 290 280 280 270 260 250 2. 580 620 570 610 590 570 560 600 580 560 550 590 570 550 540 580 560 550 530 570 550 540 520 560 540 530 510 540 560 520 510 550 530 510 500 520 540 510 490 530 520 500 480 530 510 490 480 520 500 490 470 510 490 480 460 510 470 490 460 480 500 470 450 490 480 460 440 490 450 470 440 480 460 450 430 480 440 430 460 470 450 420 430 460 440 430 410 460 420 410 440 450 430 410 400 410 ·390 440 420 440 420 400 390 410 430 400 380 420 410 390 370 420 400 380 370 410 390 380 360 400 380 370 350 380 350 400 360 390 370 350 . 660 640 620 640 630 610 630 610 600 640 620 600 590 630 .. 430 420 420 410 410 400 390 390 380 370 370 360 350 350 340 330 320 320 310 300 290 270 260 240 230 200 200 430 430 420 410 410 400 390 390 380 370 370 360 360 350 340 340 330 320 310 310 300 430 420 420 410 400 400 390 380 380 370 370 360 350 350 340 330 330 320 310 380 370 370 360 350 350 340 330 330 320 310 290 280 270 260 240 220 210 200 310 300 290 280 270 260 250 240 230 210 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 310 300 . -54- . 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 12 800 800 790 770 760 740 730 720 710 700 690 680 670 660 650 640 630 630 620 610 600 600 Essay Raw Score 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 590 580 580 570 560 560 550 540 540 530 530 520 510 510 500 490 490 480 470 470 460 10 800 790 800 760 780 760 740 740 730 730 710 720 700 700 690 690 680 680 670 670 660 660 650 650 640 640 630 640 620 630 ' 610 620 600 610 590 600 590 600 580 590 570 580 5"70 580 560 570 550 560 550 540 . 610 590 580 600 . 460 ' 470 460 470 450 11 800 460 440 9 800 770 750 730 710 700 680 670 660 650 640 630 620 610 600 590 590 580 570 560 560 550 540 540 530 520 520 510 500 500 490 480 480 470 470 460 450 440 430 430 450 440 5 4 3 2 1 0 ·1 ·2 ·3 -4 and below 430 420 410 390 380 360 340 320 310 430 430 420 400 390 380 360 340 320 300 290 420 450 450 440 430 430 420 410 400 410 400 390 380 360 350 330 310 290 '280 390 380 370 360 340 330 310 290 270 260 6 7 5 760 740 730 730 710 700 700 690 670 690 670 650 670 640 650 . 340 360 380 340 330 350 370 340 320 360 330 340 310 350 310 330 300 340 320 300 290 320 300 290 270 310 270 290 260 270 290 250 240 270 250 230 220 250 230 210 200 240 220 200 200 8 780 750 720 710 690 680 660 650 4 710 690 660 640 630 610 600 590 570 560 550 540 530 530 520 510 500 490 490 480 470 460 460 450 440 44'0 3 700 670 640 620 610 590 580 570 560 550 540 530 520 510 500 490 480 470 470 460 450 450 440 2 680 650 630 610 590 580 560 550 540 530 520 510 500 490 480 470 470 460 450 440 440 a 670 640 620 600 590 570 560 550 530 520 510 500 490 480 480 470 460 450 440 440 430 420 420 41'0 400 400 390 380 .10 220 200 200 200 200 200 • This table is for use only with the test in this booklet..SAT Writing Composite Score Conversion Table Form Code AECE Writing Me Raw Score cc. 490 490 470 480 .

300 330 320 300 280 300 290 270 250 290 270 270 250 240 220 250 ' 230 200 230 210 200 200 220 4 710 680 660 640 620 610 600 580 570 560 550 540 530 520 510 510 500 490 480 480 470 460 450 450 440 440 430 420 420 A10 400 400 390 380 380 370 370 360 350 350 340 330 320 310 310 300 280 270 260 240 220 200 200 200 3 700 670 640 620 610 590 580 570 560 540 530 530 520 510 500 490 480 470 470 460 450 450 440 430 . 8 7 6 5 4 500 500 490 480 480 470 460 460 450 440 3 2 1 0 -1 -2 -3 A 430 420 400 390 370 360 340 310 310 9 800 800 800 800 790 770 740 770 760 720 750 740 740 730 710 720 710 690 680 710 700 700 690 670 690 670 660 650 680 660 670 640 650 660 640 630 620 650 630 640 610 630 620 630 600 620 610' 590 580 610 600 600 590 580 600 590 570 560 590 580 570 550 580 560 580 550 540 570 560 530 560 550 540 560 530 540 550 520 510 540 530 520 ·510 540 520 530 500 490 520 510 510 490 520 500 510 480 500 490 480 490 470 500 490 480 460 460 490 470 470 450 480 470 460 440 470 450 440 460 . 250 240 220 210 200 200 200 2 680 650 630 610 590 580 570 550 540 530 520 510 500 490 480 480 470 460 450 450 440 430 430 420 410 410 400 390 390 380 370 370 360 350 350 340 340 330 320 320 310 300 290 280 280 270 250 240 230 210 200 200 200 200 0 670 640 620 600 590 570 560 550 530 520 510 500 490 490 480 470 460 450 440 440 430 420 420 410 400 400 390 380 380 . . 420 420 410 410 400 390 390 380 370 370 360 360 350 340 . 380 370 390 370 360 370 350 380 ·370 360 340 370 350 340 340 330 360 350 330 3W 340 320 3ID 310 . 630 620 620 610 600 590 590 580 570 570 560 560 550 540 540 530 520 520 510 14 13 12 11 10 9.SAT Writing Composite Score Conversion Table Form Code BWCE WritingMC Raw Score Essay Raw Score 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32· 31 30 29 28 27 26 .170 370 360 350 350 340 330 330 320 310 310 300 290 280 280 270 260 250 230 220 200 200 200 200 200 and below This table is for use only with the test in this booklet. 450 430 440 420 450 430 440 420 410 440 420 420 400 430 420 410 390 410 400 380 370 390 400 370 360 390 360 340 370 340 330 360 330 310 340 310 320 290 300 280 270 280 260 290 II 10 8 770 750 720 700 690 670 660 650 630 620 610 600 590 590 580 570 560 550 550 540 530 520 520 510 500 500 490 480 480 470 470 460 450 450 440 430 430 420 410 410 400 390 390 380 370 360 350 330 320 300 290 270 240 240 5 7 6 740 730 760 710 700 730 690 670 700 670 680 650 670 . 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 12 800 800 790 770 760 740 730 720 710 690 680 670 670 660 650 640 . 340 330 320 310 310 300 290 280 270. 650 640 640 • 620 650 620 640 610 610 630 600 590 620 600 570 610 590 580 600 560 570 550 590 550 560 580 570 550 540 540 560 530 520 550 530 530 510 540 520 530 500 500 530 510 500 490 520 500 480 510 490 470 510 470 480 500 480 460 490 470 490 450 460 450 480 440 470 460 450 470 440 460 430 ~40 440 420 450 450 430 420 430 410 440 400 430 420 410 400 430 420 410 390 420 400 390 410 390 380 400 390 370 400 .

00 390 400 380 390 370 380 370 380 360 370 360 370 350 360 340 340 350 350 330 340 320 330 320 310 330 320 300 310 290 300 290 280 290 280 270 270 260 240 260 250 230 230 210 210 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 2 680 650 630 610 590 580 570 550 540 530 520 510 500 490 0 670 650 620 600 590 570 560 550 540 520 510 500 500 490 480 470 460 450 450 440 430 420 420 410 400 400 390 390 380 370 370 360 350 350 340 340 330 320 320 310 300 290 290 280 270 260 250 230 220 200 200 200 200 200 ... 520 530 520 510 530 520 SOO SID SOO 490 510 490 500 490 480 490 470 480 470 460 470 470 450 440 460 430 450 440 430 430 420 420 400 410 390 390 380 380 360 360 340 340 320 320 300 310 290 10 9 8 7 760 ROO 790 760 740 730 710 700 690 680 670 660 650 640 630 620 610 600 590 590 580 570 570 560 800 770 750 730 710 700 680 670 660 650 640 630 620 610 600 590 180 750 720 710 690 680 660 650 640 630 620 610 600 590 580 570 560 560 550 540 530 530 520 510 510 500 490 490 480 480 470 730 710 690 670 660 640 630 6 740 710 690 670 5 4 710 550 550 540 530 530 520 510 510 SOD 490 490 480 480 470 460 460 450 440 430 430 420 410 400 390 380 3(-jO 590 580 570 560 560 550 540 540 530 520 520 510 500 500 490 480 480 470 470 460 450 450 440 430 430 420 620 610 600 590 580 570 560 550 550 540 530 520 520 510 500 500 490 480 480 470 460 650 640 630 610 600 590 580 570 560 550 550 540 530 520 510 460 460 450 440 460 450 440 440 350 330 310 290 280 410 400 390 380 370 360 350 330 aID 290 270 260 440 430 430 420 . 400 410 390 400 390 400 380 390 370 380 360 370 350 360 340 350 330 340 320 320 300 310 290 290 270 270 250 250 230 240 220 430 430 420 410 410 510 500 490 490 480 470 470 460 450 450 440 430 430 420 420 410 400 400 390 380 3BO 370 360 350 350 340 330 320 300 290 270 250 230 210 200 690 660 640 630 620 • 610 610 600 600 590 590 570 580 560 570 550 560 540 530 SSO 540 530 530 520 520 510 510 SOO 510 490 500 490 490 480 480 470 480 460 470 460 460 450 460 440 450 440 440 430 440 430 420 430 420 410 420 410 410 400 4ID 390 400 390 390 380 390 370 370 380 370 360 370 350 360 350 350 340 350 330 340 330 330 320 320 310 310 300 290 300 290 270 270 260 260 240 230 240 220 210 200 200 200 200 730 700 670 650 640 3 700 670 650 630 610 600 580 570 560 550 and below This table is for use only with the test in this booklet. -56- .. 540 530 520 510 500 490 490 480 490 '470 480 460 470 450 460 450 460 440 450 430 440 430 420 440 430 410 420 410 420 400 410 390 4.SAT Writing Composite Score Conversion Table Form Code CFCE WritingMC Raw Score Essay Raw Score 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 -1 -2 ·3 -4 12 II 800 800 800 800 790 7RO 780 760 760 740 740 730 730 720 720 700 t'i90 710 700 680 690 670 680 660 670 650 660 640 650 630 640 630 630 620 630 610 620 600 610 600 600 590 600 580 580 590 580 570 580 560 560 570 550 560 560 540 540 550 530 550 540 .

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