Official 2018 October US SAT Test | SAT QAS in PDF with Answers

by SAT GrandMaster on March 31, 2021

Curve analysis for SAT October 2018 USA exam:

  • Reading - The difficulty level for this paper is moderately high.
  • Grammar - This section is relatively easy, especially passage 1 and 2, are mostly testing the usual concepts.
  • Math - (sorry we don't have enough information on math for this particular test) 

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 SAT October 2018 (USA) QAS & Answer Key English

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Passage 1: Questions 1-10 - Literature - October 2018 US SAT Test QAS

This passage is adapted from Mary Helen Stefaniak, The Cailiffs of Baghdad, Georgia: A Novel. ©2010 by Mary Helen Stefaniak.

Summary:From the perspective of a student of Miss Grace Spivey, it tells the scene when Miss Grace Spivey, as a well-traveled woman, came to Threestep, a town in Georgia for the first time in 1938. The first paragraph talked about Spivey’s comments on the month irritate who warmly welcomed this The crowd of new teachers will later talk about Spivey’s own educational experience and interaction with Ralphord. The climax lies in the impact of her encounter with Professor Dewey on her educational philosophy and the application of this philosophy in the classroom.

Passage 2: Questions 11-21 - Social Science- October 2018 US SAT Test QAS

This passage is adapted from David Owen, The Conundrum:How Scientific Innovation, Increased Efficiency, and Good Intentions Can Make Our Energy and Climate Problems Worse.©2011 by David Owen.

Passage 3: Questions 22-32- Natural Science - October 2018 US SAT Test QAS

This passage is adapted from Sabrina Richards, “Pleasant to the Touch.” ©2012 by The Scientist.

Passage 4: Questions 33-42 - History - October 2018 US SAT Test QAS

Albert J. Beveridge, “March of the Flag.” Passage 2 is adapted from a speech delivered in 1900 by William Jennings Bryan, “Imperialism.”
Summary:The imperialism of the United States during World War I. Two articles hold opposite views on the imperialism policy adopted by the United States in the early 20th century. P1 is selected from Albert Beveridge's speech: The March of the Flag. The author strongly supports the imperialism policy of the United States. Territory expansion is a sacred mission for the United States. P2 is selected from William Bryan's (The Paralyzing Influence of) Imperialism, and also uses a classic writing technique to oppose the imperialist policy of the United States and support the autonomy of the Philippine Islands.

Passage 5: Questions 43-52 - Natural Science - October 2018 US SAT Test QAS

This passage is adapted from Peter A. Ensminger, Life Under the Sun. ©2001 by Peter A. Ensminger.

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