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Best SAT Question Types

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Best SAT Question Types

  1. 1. SAT - Question Types SAThasthreesections-Writing,ReadingandMath. Eachsectionpossessesquestionsoftwodifferentkinds. Intotality,sixdifferenttypesofquestionsareputforth.
  2. 2. Sentence Completion  These questions exist in the Reading sections.  19 questions out of 67 questions of the Reading section are Sentence completions  Sentence Completion questions within the reading section come first
  3. 3. Sentence Completion  Insteadofpresentingabalancedviewofbothsidesoftheissue,thespeakerbecame increasingly-------,insistingonthecorrectnessofhisposition. A. Inarticulate B. Dogmatic C. Elliptical D. Tactful E. Ambiguous Correct Answer-B
  4. 4. Sentence Completion  Anybiographerof this playwright, whoassumed anelaboratepublic facade inorder toconceal private concerns, mustexaminetheimpulse behind such-------. A. Artifice B. Joviality C. Conceit D. Disbelief E. Erudition Correctanswer-A
  5. 5. Reading Comprehension  Outof 67questionsofthereadingsection,48 questionsareofthereading comprehensions.  Thesequestionsareassociatedwithlongandshortreadingcomprehensionpassages.  Longpassageshavemorequestionsandshortpassageshavelessquestions.  Readingcomprehensionsarefactualinnatureandcanbeextractedfromanyfield.
  6. 6. Reading Comprehension  Mr.Hardingwasnotahappymanashewalkeddown thepalacepathway,and steppedoutintotheclose. His positionandpleasanthousewereasecondtime gone fromhim;butthathecouldendure. Hehadbeen schooledandinsultedbyaman youngenoughtobehisson; butthathecouldputupwith. Hecouldevendrawfrom theveryinjurieswhichhadbeeninflictedonhimsomeofthatconsolationwhich,we may believe,martyrs always receive fromtheinjusticeof theirownsufferings.
  7. 7.  Hehadadmittedtohisdaughterthathewantedthecomfortofhisoldhome,andyet hecouldhavereturnedtohislodgingsintheHighStreet, ifnotwithexultation,at leastwithsatisfaction,hadthatbeenall.Butthevenomofthechaplain'sharanguehad workedintohisblood,andsappedthe lifeofhissweetcontentment. 'Newmenare carryingoutnewmeasures,and arecartingawaytheuselessrubbishofpastcenturies!' Whatcruelwordsthesehadbeen-andhowoftenaretheynowusedwithallthe heartlesscrueltyofa Slope!
  8. 8.  Amanis sufficientlycondemned if itcanonlybe shownthateitherinpolitics or religionhedoesnotbelongtosomenewschoolestablishedwithinthelastscoreof years.Hemaythenregard himself asrubbishandexpecttobecarted away.Amanis nothingnow unlesshehaswithin himafullappreciationof thenewera; anerain which it wouldseemthatneither honesty nor truthisvery desirable,butinwhich successistheonly touchstoneofmerit.Wemustlaughateverythingthatis established.Letthejokebeever sobad,eversountruetotherealprinciplesof joking; nevertheless wemustlaugh -orelsebewarethecart.
  9. 9.  Wemust talk,think,and liveuptothespiritof thetimes,orelseweare nought. New menand new measures,longcreditandfewscruples,greatsuccess orwonderfulruin, sucharenowthetastesof Englishmenwhoknowhowtolive! Alas, alas! Undersuch circumstances Mr.Hardingcouldnotbutfeel thathewasanEnglishman whodidnot knowhow tolive.Thisnewdoctrineof Mr.Slopeandtherubbishcart sadlydisturbed his equanimity. Thesamethingisgoingonthroughoutthe wholecountry!' 'Workis nowrequiredfromeverymanwhoreceiveswages!'Andhadhebeen livingallhislife receiving wages,anddoingnowork?
  10. 10.  Hadheintruthsolivedastobenowinhisoldagejustlyreckoned as rubbishfitonlyto behiddenawayinsomehugedust-hole? Theschoolofmentowhomheprofessesto belong,theGrantlys,theGwynnes,are afflictedwithnosuchself-accusationsasthese whichtroubledMr. Harding.They,asarule,areassatisfied withthewisdomand proprietyoftheirownconductascanbeanyMr.Slope,oranyBishopwithhisown.But, unfortunatelyforhimself, Mr.Hardinghadlittleof thisself-reliance.Whenheheard himselfdesignated asrubbishbytheSlopesoftheworld,hehadnootherresourcethanto makeinquirywithinhisownbosomastothetruthofthedesignation.Alas,alas! the evidenceseemedgenerallytogoagainsthim.
  11. 11.  ThemaincauseofMr.Harding’sunhappinessasheleavestheBishopsPalaceis A. Thelossofhishouse. B. Thelossofhisposition. C. Theneedtolivewithhisdaughter. D. Thethought-provokingwordsofthechaplain. E. Theinjusticehehassuffered. CorrectAnswer-D
  12. 12. ItcanbeinferredthatMrHardingisespeciallydisturbedbecausehe A. Doesnotfeelhimselftobeold. B. Isoffendedbytheyoungman’simpertinence . C. Believesnooneelsefeelsashedoes. D. Believehislife’sworkhasbeenworthwhile. E. Feelstheremaybesometruthinregardinghimselfasrubbish. CorrectAnswer-E
  13. 13. Grammar  Thissectionhas49grammar questionsandanessay  GrammarcomprisesofstandardusageofwrittenEnglishlikewordchoice, punctuation,sentencestructure,etc.
  14. 14. Grammar  Illiteracy is an enormous problem,it affects millions ofpeople worldwide,andis animpediment to socialprogress.Noerror. A. Problem. B. Affects. C. Worldwide. D. Impedimentto. E. NoError. CorrectAnswer-A
  15. 15. Grammar  Theunioninsistedonanincreaseintheirmembers startingpay,andthreatenedto callastrikeifthecompanyrefusedtomeetthedemand.Noerror. A. insisted B. their C. members D. refusedto E. Noerror CorrectAnswer-B
  16. 16. Math  Multiplechoice.  Therearetwoformatsforansweringin Maths-multiplechoiceandgridins.  Intotalitythereare54Mathquestions.  Outof54questions,44aremultiplechoice.
  17. 17. Grid Ins  Gridinsallowyoutowritenumericalanswertoaproblem.  Alltheanswersareinnumericalformatanddonotcontainvariablesor symbols.
  18. 18. Math  Ofthefollowing,whichisgreaterthan½? A. 2/5 B. 4/7 C. 4/9 D. 5/11 E. 6/13 Correct Answer-B
  19. 19. Math  Acubicalblockofmetalweighs6pounds.Howmuchwillanothercubeofthesame metalweighifitssidesaretwiceaslong? A. 48 B. 32 C. 24 D. 18 E. 12 CorrectAnswer-A
  20. 20. Math  Inaclassof 78students41 are taking French,22 are takingGerman.Ofthestudents takingFrenchorGerman,9aretakingbothcourses.Howmanystudentsarenot enrolledineithercourse? A. 6 B. 15 C. 24 D. 33 E. 54 Correct Answer-C
  21. 21. Math  AmyhastovisittownsBandCinanyorder.Theroadsconnectingthesetownswithher homeareshownonthediagram.HowmanydifferentroutescanshetakestartingfromA andreturningtoA,goingthroughbothBandC(butnotmorethanoncethrougheach) andnottravellinganyroadtwiceonthesametrip? A. 10 B. 8 C. 6 D. 4 E. 2 Correct Answer-B
  22. 22. Math Helpers are neededtoprepareforthe fete.Eachhelpercanmakeeither2largecakesper hour,or 35smallcakesperhour.Thekitchenisavailablefor3hoursand20largecakes and 700smallcakesareneeded.Howmanyhelpersare required? A. 10 B. 15 C. 20 D. 25 E. 30 CorrectAnswer-A
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