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Passage 1: Questions 1-10 - Literature - Offical January 21,2017 SAT Test QAS Paper
This passage is from Carlos Ruiz Zafón, The Angel’s Game.©2008 by Dragonworks, S.L. Translation ©2009 by Lucia Graves. The narrator, a writer, recalls his childhood in early twentieth-century Barcelona.
Passage 2: Questions 11-20 - Science - Offical January 21,2017 SAT Test QAS Paper
This passage is adapted from Jeffrey Mervis, “Why Null Results Rarely See the Light of Day.” ©2014 by American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Summary: Talking about sharing websites, in fact, only a small group of people actually contribute a lot of information, that is to say, each person's supply of website information is very different.
Passage 3: Questions 21-30 - Science - Offical January 21,2017 SAT Test QAS Paper
This passage is adapted from Rachel Ehrenberg, “Salt Stretches in Nanoworld.” ©2009 by Society for Science & the Public. The “nanoworld” is the world observed on a scale one billionth that of ordinary human experience.
Passage 4: Questions 31-41 - History - Offical January 21,2017 SAT Test QAS Paper
These passages are adapted from the Lincoln‑Douglas debates. Passage 1 is from a statement by Stephen Douglas. Passage 2 is from a statement by Abraham Lincoln. Douglas and Lincoln engaged in a series of debates while competing for a US Senate seat in 1858.
Passage 5: Questions 42-52 - Science - Offical January 21,2017 SAT Test QAS Paper
This passage is adapted from Daniel Chamovitz, What a Plant Knows: A Field Guide to the Senses. ©2012 by Daniel Chamovitz.
Summary: People have been using single-year crops to grow crops all year round. Now scientists want to develop perennials.