SAT January 2017 (International) QAS & Answer Key

by SAT GrandMaster on March 31, 2021

Curve analysis for SAT January 2017 International exam:

  • Reading - The overall difficulty is moderate mainly due to the comparatively easier passages. For the first 3 mistakes, 10 points off for each mistake. For the fourth to the eighth mistakes, 10 points off for every 2 mistakes. Given the lower difficulty of the reading section, the curve is normal. 
  • Grammar - overall difficulty is normal, there wasn't any arcane concept being tested. 10 points off for 1 mistake; 30 off points for 2 mistakes; 50 points off for 5 mistakes. 
  • Math - (sorry we don't have enough information on math for this particular test) 

Click here to view our curve analysis for the March 2020 International SAT version. 

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 SAT January 2017 (International) QAS & Answer Key English

SAT January 2017 (International) QAS & Answer Key Math


Passage 1: Questions 1-11 - Literature -  January 2017 International SAT Test QAS

This passage is from Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Blithedale Romance, originally published in 1852.

Passage 2: Questions 12-22 - History - January 2017 International SAT Test QAS

This passage is adapted from Clay Shirky, Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing without Organizations. ©2008 Clay Shirky. The author is discussing websites such as Wikipedia and Flickr to which users contribute content.

Passage 3: Questions 23-32 - Natural Science - January 2017 International SAT Test QAS

These two passages discuss water fluoridation, the practice of adding controlled amounts of fluoride to public water supplies for the purpose of reducing the incidence of tooth decay in children. Passage 1 is from a 2004 book; Passage 2 is from a 2010 book.

Passage 4: Questions 33-43 - Social Science - January 2017 International SAT Test QAS

This passage is excerpted from Franklin, Benjamin, From Benjamin Franklin to William Shirley, 4 December 1754

Passage 5: Questions 43-52 -Natural Science - January 2017 International SAT Test QAS

This passage is from Robert Kunzig, The Big Idea: Perennial Solution©Robert Kunzig

Writing and Language

Questions 1-11 from《A Fearless Flyer》

Questions 12-22 from 《The Costs of Unpaid Internships》

Questions 23-33 from 《A Crash Course un Cymbals》

Questions 34-44 from《The Call of Spring》

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