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Question 1: The SAT is offered seven times a year in the ________, in October, November, December, January, March (or April, alternating), May, and June.
AlaskaCanadaPhilippinesUnited States

Question 2: Sentence completions generally test the student's ________ and understanding of sentence structure and organization by requiring the student to select one or two words that best complete a given sentence.
Defining vocabularyHeadwordVocabularyBilingual dictionary

Question 3: secondary schools due to American ________, local control, and the prevalence of private, distance, and home schooled students.
FederalismConfederationInter-Parliamentary UnionEuropean Union

Question 4: Certain high IQ societies, like Mensa, the ________ and the Triple Nine Society, use scores from certain years as one of their admission tests.
High IQ societyCiviq SocietyInternational Society for Philosophical EnquiryPrometheus Society

Question 5: Although those taking the test came from a variety of backgrounds, approximately one third were from New York, ________, or Pennsylvania.
FloridaDelawareMassachusettsNew Jersey

Question 6: A famous example of this bias in the SAT I was the ________-regatta analogy question.
CanoeHuman-powered transportKayakWatercraft rowing

Question 7: SAT consists of three major sections: Critical Reading, ________, and Writing.
Mathematical logicMathematicsSet theoryGeometry

Question 8: In a 2001 speech to the American Council on Education, ________, the president of the University of California, urged dropping the SAT Reasoning Test as a college admissions requirement:
Clark KerrRichard C. AtkinsonDaniel Coit GilmanRobert C. Dynes

Question 9: ________, a college entrance exam, competitor to the SAT
ACT (test)HumanitiesSocial sciencesUnited States

Question 10: Among these changes were the removal of ________ questions, and an increased focus on passage reading.
LexiconSynonym-onymOpposite (semantics)
















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