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Introduction

Reading Test

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Writing and Language Test

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Math Test – No Calculator

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Math Test – Calculator
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Essay Prompts
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Introduction
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ReadingTest
65MINUTES,52QUESTIONS
TurntoSection1ofyouranswersheettoanswerthequestionsinthissection.
Eachpassageorpairofpassagesbelowisfollowedbyanumberofquestions.Afterreading
eachpassageorpair,choosethebestanswertoeachquestionbasedonwhatisstatedor
impliedinthepassageorpassagesandinanyaccompanyinggraphics(suchasatableor
graph).
Questions1-10arebasedonthefollowing
ThispassageisadaptedfromAmitChaudhuri,
AStrangeand
SublimeAddress
.©1991byAmitChaudhuri.Aten-year-old
boynamedSandeeptravelswithhismother,hisaunt
(Mamima),andhisuncle(Chhotomama)tovisitfamilyin
Calcutta,India.
Twoboyswereplayingcarromonthestepsofa
small,paintedshedwhichhadthefollowingwords
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Overthecourseofthepassage,Sandeepcomesto
viewtheadultsas
A)strict.
B)reserved.
C)sophisticated.
D)immature.
Sandeepwouldbemostcriticalofwhichactionfrom
A)Thetwoboysplayingcarrom
B)Mamima’sinquiryaboutthegenderofthechild
C)Theoldlady’sreactiontothegift
D)Thesonanddaughter-in-lawwaitingin
theanteroom
Whichlinesfromthepassagemoststronglysuggest
Indiahasexperiencedsocialchange?
A)Lines36-37(“Therewa
s...she
B)Lines48-51(“Theybot
C)Lines54-57(“Thiswa
D)Lines73-76(“Itmad
Asusedinline72,“impression”mostnearlymeans
B)belief.
C)imitation.
D)recollection.
Questions11-21arebasedonthefollowing
passageandsupplementarymaterial.
ThispassageisadaptedfromNicholasEpley,
Mindwise:How
WeUnderstandWhatOthersThink,Believe,Feel,andWant
©2014byNicholasEpley.
Knowingyourownreputationcanbesurprisingly
difficult.Consider,forinstance,astudythatanalyzed
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coworkersingeneralthinkyouarerathersmart,but
thosecoworkersalsovaryintheirimpressionofyou.
Somethinkyouareassharpasaknife.Othersthink
youareassharpasaspoon.Doyouknowthe
Evidently,no.Theaccuracyrateacrossthese
Mean Correlations of Perceptions of
Individuals among New Acquaintances and
Old Acquaintances in Twenty-One Studies
ABC
new acquaintance
well acquainted
Mean correlations
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Theinformationaboutstatisticalmeasurementin
lines23-27(“Statisticall
relationship”)is
presentedinorderto
A)correctacommonmisunderstandingofhow
researchersquantifycertaindatafrom
B)forestallpotentialobjectionstohowdatafrom
theexperimentswereanalyzedinthestudy.
C)drawattentiontoapatternevidentinthe
conclusionsoftheexperiments.
D)providecontextforawayinwhichtheresultsof
theexperimentswillbediscussed.
Basedonthepassage,inwhichsituationwouldan
standthegreatestchanceofaccurately
predictinghowheorsheisperceived?
A)Aninternpredictstheimpressionthatherdirect
supervisorholdsofher.
B)Amanagerpredictsthecollectiveopinionof
employeesaboutherability.
C)Aninstructorpredictstheenthusiasmofhis
classaftertalkingwithtwostudents.
D)Abiographerpredictstheesteeminwhichheis
heldbythelivingsubjectofhisbook.
Whichchoiceprovidesthebestevidenceforthe
tothepreviousquestion?
A)Lines9-13(“Thetrait
B)Lines28-33(“Theseexperiment
C)Lines41-44(“Nowth
D)Lines68-70(“Surel
y...at
Asusedinline35,“magnitude”mostnearlymeans
B)influence.
C)severity.
D)reality.
Whatmaineffectdothewords“clueless”(line38)
“mind-reading”(line61)haveonthetoneofthe
A)Theycontributetoacasualandgentlyhumorous
tonethatrendersapotentiallyspecialized
discussionmoreapproachable.
B)Theycontributetoaslylymockingand
disapprovingtonethatreinforcestheauthor’s
criticismsoftheresearchers’conclusions.
C)Theycontributetoadeeplypessimistictonethat
stressestheimpossibilityofeverknowinghow
peopletrulyperceiveeachother.
usefulnessofexperimentaldata.
Theauthorquotedinlines58-60expresseswhich
ofthestudy’sresults?
A)Theyindicatethatthereisasmallbutpromising
chanceofcorrectlypredictinghowoneis
B)Theyshowthatindividualsgenerallyknowvery
littleabouthowtheyareregardedbygroupsof
C)Theyrevealthatoneindividualhardlyknows
whatanotherindividualthinksofhimorher.
D)Theyconfirmthatone’spredictionsaboutother
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Themainreasonthattheauthorincludesthe
informationaboutspeeddaters,jobcandidates,and
teachersinlines78-85isto
A)cautionagainstmakingassumptionsabout
certainindividuals’motives.
B)distinguishamongcertainbehaviorsobservedin
threedifferentscenarios.
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Questions22-32arebasedonthefollowing
passageandsupplementarymaterial.
ThispassageisadaptedfromDavidShiga,“HasPlutoSent
UsaMessageinCeres?”©2008byReedBusiness
Information,Ltd.
DoesPlutohaveawaywardcousinlurkinginthe
fromSun
distance=1)
(Earth=1)
(Earth=1)
Earth1.01.01.05.5
Mars1.520.530.113.9
2.70.0190.0000032.8
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InMcKinnon’sview,Ceresdiffersfromotherobjects
intheasteroidbeltinwhichsignificantway?
A)ThesurfacetemperatureofCeresislowerthan
thetemperaturesoftheotherobjects.
B)ThedimensionsofCereshavevariedmoreover
timethanthedimensionsoftheother
objectshave.
C)ThesurfacecompositionofCeresisdissimilarto
thecompositionoftheotherobjects.
D)ThelightreflectedbyCeresismoreintensethan
thelightreflectedbytheotherobjects.
Whichchoiceprovidesthebestevidenceforthe
tothepreviousquestion?
A)Lines2-5(“Thedwar
B)Lines8-9(“At95
C)Lines18-20(“What’
D)Lines20-23(“Thi
Accordingtothepassage,theNicemodelisbasedon
ideathat
A)UranusandNeptunewerenotalwayslocked
intotheircurrentorbitalpaths.
B)Cerestraveledagreaterdistancethananyother
objectinthesolarsystemdid.
C)objectsformedintheinnersolarsystemwere
abletoresistthegravitationalpullofUranusand
D)icyobjectslikeCereswereformedintheinner
solarsystem.
Asusedinline34,“simply”mostnearlymeans
B)sincerely.
C)plainly.
D)merely.
Basedonthepassage,BottkeandLevison’s
wouldbemostweakenedbyastudythat
A)confirmedthatheatfromtheSunburnedaway
theouterlayersofallimmigrantobjects.
B)establishedthattheorbitsofcertainobjectsof
theinnersolarsystemwereoncelessstable.
C)demonstratedthatveryfewobjectsbrokeup
aftermigratingtotheasteroidbelt.
D)provedthatnotallimmigrantsfromtheouter
solarsystemsurviveintheasteroidbelttoday.
Whichchoiceprovidesthebestevidenceforthe
tothepreviousquestion?
A)Lines39-41(“Bottk
B)Lines42-44(“The
C)Lines44-49(“Thes
D)Lines49-53(“Bottk
Asusedinline60,“raw”mostnearlymeans
B)young.
C)exposed.
D)inexperienced.
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Thelastsentenceofthepassageservesmainlyto
A)hintatapossibleweaknessinaclaim.
B)emphasizethecriticalnatureofadecision.
C)alludetoapotentialresolutiontoapuzzle.
D)reconciletwoopposingpositionsonanissue.
Accordingtothetable,whichobjecthasthelowest
A)Earth
B)Ceres
C)Saturn
D)Pluto
Whichstatementissupportedbydatarepresentedin
A)Earthshowsgreatervariationindensitythan
Ceresdoes.
B)Juno’saveragedistancefromtheSunislessthan
thatofCeres.
C)Someobjectsintheasteroidbeltaregreaterin
massthanCeresis.
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extendedtonootherconsideration.Youmust,
therefore,forgivethesolicitationofoneunworthy
membertoknowwhatdangercouldhavearisen
underthepresentConfederation,andwhatarethe
causesofthisproposaltochangeourgovernment.
Passage2
Mr.Chairman,myworthyfriend(Mr.Henry)
hasexpressedgreatuneasinessinhismind,and
informedusthatagreatmanyofourcitizensarealso
extremelyuneasy,attheproposalofchangingour
...[A]nobjectionismadetotheform:the
expression,We,thepeople,isthoughtimproper.
Permitmetoaskthegentlemanwhomadethis
objection,whobutthepeoplecandelegatepowers?
Whobutthepeoplehavearighttoform
government?Theexpressionisacommonone,anda
favoriteonewithme.Therepresentativesofthe
people,bytheirauthority,isamodewholly
inessential.Iftheobjectionbe,thattheUnionought
tobenotofthepeople,butofthestategovernments,
thenIthinkthechoiceoftheformerveryhappyand
proper.Whathavethestategovernmentstodo
withit
ButthepoweroftheConventionisdoubted.
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BasedonPassage2,whichstatementbestreflects
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Questions43-52arebasedonthefollowing
ThispassageisadaptedfromCatherineClabby,“ATangled
TaleofPlantEvolution.”©2009bySigmaXi,TheScientific
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Thepassageisprimarilyconcernedwith
A)narratinghowafindingwasarrivedatand
indicatingpossibleimplications.
B)explainingsomedifferencesamongspecialistsin
differentfieldsofscience.
C)identifyingaparticularlyvexingphenomenon
andendorsingasingleexplanation.
D)describingthepropertiesofanorganismand
showinghowtheycanbeexploited.
Aspresentedinthepassage,theconclusionthat
ispresentin
C.cheilosporioides
canbestbe
describedas
A)theorizedpreviouslywithinthelargerscientific
B)foundedonempiricalevidenceandthus
C)certaintodisprovemostearliertheoriesofalgal
D)supportedbyanabundanceofconjectural
Itcanreasonablybeinferredfromthepassagethat
researchinterestinligninshouldbe
A)unusuallyinsightful,becauseithas
fundamentallychangedthewayligninis
B)somewhatquestionable,becauseMartonebased
hisconclusionsonanatypicalsample.
C)properlycautious,becauseMartonecheckedhis
findingsabout
C.cheilosporioides
multipletimes.
D)initiallysecondary,becauseitwas
undertakentosupportparticularquestions
C.cheilosporioides
Whichchoiceprovidesthebestevidenceforthe
tothepreviousquestion?
A)Lines7-9(“Ligni
B)Lines13-16(“Thefindin
C)Lines23-26(“Thebiomechanis
D)Lines59-61(“Thepuzzlin
Thepassageindicatesthatthestructureof
consistsofcomponentsthat
A)changedensityinresponsetoexternal
B)protectthecellinteriorfromexposureto
C)regenerateastheseaweedcolonymatures.
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Whichchoiceprovidesthebestevidenceforthe
answertothepreviousquestion?
A)Line22(“Marton
B)Lines30-32(“Thecalcifie
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WritingandLanguageTest
35MINUTES,44QUESTIONS
TurntoSection2ofyouranswersheettoanswerthequestionsinthissection.
Eachpassagebelowisaccompaniedbyanumberofquestions.Forsomequestions,you
willconsiderhowthepassagemightberevisedtoimprovetheexpressionofideas.For
otherquestions,youwillconsiderhowthepassagemightbeeditedtocorrecterrorsin
sentencestructure,usage,orpunctuation.Apassageoraquestionmaybeaccompaniedby
oneormoregraphics(suchasatableorgraph)thatyouwillconsiderasyoumakerevising
andeditingdecisions.
Somequestionswilldirectyoutoanunderlinedportionofapassage.Otherquestionswill
directyoutoalocationinapassageoraskyoutothinkaboutthepassageasawhole.
Afterreadingeachpassage,choosetheanswertoeachquestionthatmosteffectively
improvesthequalityofwritinginthepassageorthatmakesthepassageconformtothe
conventionsofstandardwrittenEnglish.Manyquestionsincludea“NOCHANGE”option.
Choosethatoptionifyouthinkthebestchoiceistoleavetherelevantportionofthe
passageasitis.
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A)NOCHANGE
B)prescribed;and
C)prescribed:and
D)prescribedand,
Questions1-11arebasedonthefollowingpassage.
TheCaseforElectronicHealthRecords
TheUShealth-caresystemhasmadesignificant
stridesintheimplementationofsystemsthatmanage
electronichealthrecords,whichincludeinformation
suchasapatient’smedicalhistory,medicationscurrently
prescribed,andalistofallergies.From2001to
2013, theuseofelectronichealthrecordsystemsby
office-basedphysicians
begantodeclineonlyinthe
lastthreeyears.Whilethisprogressiscommendable,the
UShealth-caresystemneedstomakethefulltransitionto
electronichealthrecordsahighpriority.
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AdaptedfromNationalCenterforHealthStatistics,
DataBrief
Number143
,USDepartmentofHealthandHumanServices,Centers
forDiseaseControlandPrevention.Publishedin2014.
A)NOCHANGE
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infrastructurethatcanbeexpensivetobuild:theydon’t
requirephysicalstoragespace,theydon’tneedtobe
photocopiedandcollated,and
theyarelesslikelyto
bephysicallymisplaced.Moreimportantly,electronic
andvarioushealth-careproviders,allowingformore
efficientpatienttreatment.Forexample,when
paramedicshaveaccesstoelectronicrecordsin
ambulances,theycanlearnwhatkindsoftreatmentthey
shouldimmediatelybeginona
patient.Immediate
treatmentresultsinsaferandearliercare.Evensmall
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[1]Theseconcerns,however,arealsoproblemsfor
paperrecords.[2]Despitetheseclearbenefits,some
patientsandmedicalprofessionalsstillharborconcerns
aboutthepotentialforerrorandtheviolationofpatient
privacywhenelectronicrecordsareused.[3]Byno
meansfreefromerrors,handwrittenrecordsare
especiallypronetoerrorsresultingfromillegible
handwriting.[4]Electronichealthrecordsystemscan
actuallyreduceerrorsby,forinstance,cross-referencing
information,thisprovidesdoctorswith
automaticwarningsaboutpossibleadversedrug
interactions.[5]
Likewise,atBrighamandWomen’s
ofHealthandHumanServices,typicallyaccessedbyat
least150differenthealth-careprofessionals.
Thebestwaytoaddresstheseconcernsabout
accuracyandprivacy
arenottoavoidadopting
electronichealthrecordsystemsbutrathertoimplement
themeffectively.Thebenefitsoffullytransitioningfrom
papertoelectronichealthrecordsfaroutweighany
perceiveddisadvantages.
A)NOCHANGE
B)informationtoprovide
C)information;providing
D)information,provides
A)NOCHANGE
B)Still,
C)Inthiscase,
D)Infact,
A)NOCHANGE
B)are
C)are,
D)are;
Tomakethisparagraphmostlogical,sentence2
shouldbeplaced
A)whereitisnow.
B)beforesentence1.
C)aftersentence5.
D)aftersentence6.
A)NOCHANGE
B)havebeen
C)hadbeen
D)is
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Questions12-22arebasedonthefollowingpassage
andsupplementarymaterial.
TheBeaverasEcosystemEngineer
[1]Anecosystemisacomplexwebofinteractions
andtothesystemasawhole.[3]Beavers,largerodents
thatusesticks,mud,andleavestobuilddamsinstreams,
areperhapsoneofthebestexamplesofthe
interpersonalrelationshipamongallaspectsofan
ecosystem.[4]Neweffortstocultivatebeaverpopulations
reflectagrowingrecognitionofthevitalrolebeaverdams
playincombatingtheeffectsofdroughtandpreserving
speciesdiversity.[5]Beaversfelltreestobuildtheirdams,
andthepondsthatformbehindadamcanfloodthe
surroundingarea.[6]Despitetheseemingdrawbacksto
beaverdams,emergingresearchconfirmsthatthey
actuallyprovidesignificantenvironmentalbenefits.
Scientistshavecalledthebeaveran“ecosystem
engineer”becauseitsdamscanaltertheecological
makeupofitshabitat.Byregulatingwaterflowin
streams.Damshaverippleeffectsthatradiateto
A)NOCHANGE
B)vital:tothesustainabilityoftheothers
C)vital,tothesustainabilityoftheothers,
D)vital;tothesustainabilityoftheothers
A)NOCHANGE
B)interdependent
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allsurroundingorganisms.
Thepondsthatform
foodsourcessuchasplankton.Attractedbythese
resources,manydifferentkindsofwildlife
beaverponds.
Atthispoint,thewriterisconsideringaddingthe
followingsentence.
Abeaver’slifespanaverages10–12years.
Shouldthewritermakethisadditionhere?
A)Yes,becauseitreinforcesthescientists’
characterizationofbeaversas“ecosystem
B)Yes,becauseitclarifiesinformationinthe
previoussentenceabouttheimpactofbeavers.
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Recentstudiessuggestthatbeaverdamsnotonly
creatediverselypopulatedecosystemsbutalso
preservethemduringtimesofenvironmentalstress.
Alandmark2008studybyecologistsattheUniversityof
Albertafoundthatthepresenceofbeaverpopulations
increaseinareaofopenwateroverthesameperiod.
A)NOCHANGE
B)topreservethem
C)preservingthem
D)theyarepreserved
Whichchoicebestreflectstheinformationprovided
infigures1and2?
A)NOCHANGE
B)markeddecline
C)greaterincrease
D)gradualreduction
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Year
Elk Island National Park Ponds
Recolonized by Beavers
Figure 1
Elk Island National Park Ponds
Not Recolonized by Beavers
Figure 2
beavers
absent
beavers
present
Total area of open water (hectares)
195019962001
ponds in Group 1
Year
beavers
absent
beavers
absent
Total area of open water (hectares)
195019962001
ponds in Group 2
FiguresadaptedfromGlynnisA.HoodandSuzanneE.Bayley,“Beaver
Castorcanadensis
)MitigatetheEffectsofClimateontheAreaofOpen
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Inadditiontostudyingwildlife,researchersare
collaboratingwithlocalofficialstopromotebeaver
populationsinhabitatswheretheymightbebeneficial.
WashingtonState’sLandsCouncil,anonprofit
organization,hasbegunworkingwiththestate’s
DepartmentofEcologytoreintroducebeaversto
10,000milesofsuitablehabitat.Officialspredictthat
“engineering”healthier,morestableecosystems.
Whichchoiceprovidesthebesttransitionfromthe
previousparagraph?
A)NOCHANGE
B)Despitethebeaver’sreputationasanuisance,
C)Spurredbythesefindings,
D)Motivatedbythisopportunity,
A)NOCHANGE
B)best—“engineering,”
C)best:“engineering”
D)best,“engineering,”
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Questions23-33arebasedonthefollowingpassage.
TheGiant:Michelangelo’sVictory
Towardtheendofthe1400s,astheRenaissancewas
itsheightinFlorence,Italy,membersofthe
city’spowerfulWoolGuildwerecelebratingtheir
toadornthecathedral’sexterior,
placinghighon
buttressessothattheartcouldbeadmiredfromafar.The
firstresultofthemembers’planbroughtgreatacclaim,
thoughnotquiteinthewaytheyhadanticipated.
A)NOCHANGE
B)it’s
C)its’
D)their
A)NOCHANGE
B)for
C)to
D)with
A)NOCHANGE
B)makeitlooksuperrich.
C)increaseitssplendor.
D)giveitawowfactor.
A)NOCHANGE
B)theywereplaced
C)whichwereplaced
D)placed
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In1501,guildmembersbegantheprojectby
commissioningastatueofDavid,abiblicalherowhohad
defeatedagiantnamedGoliath.Thesculptorchosenwas
Michelangelo,atwenty-six-year-oldartistwhoalready
hadareputationforgreattalent.Hewasdirectedtouse
anenormousblockofmarblefromthecathedral’s
workshoptocreatethestatue.Nicknamed“theGiant,”
theblockhadmanyproblems.Ithadbeenquarriedmore
thanfortyyearsearlierandhadstartedtoweatherfrom
exposuretotheelements.Evenworse,
theyhad
previouslyusedit,chippingawaymaterialtoroughouta
basicshapebutgivingupmidtask.
Themarblecame
fromtheFantiscrittiquarriesinCarrara,asmalltown
almost80milesnorthofFlorence.Michelangelowas
facedwithtryingtosculptamonumentalstatueoutofa
stonethatwasgenerallyconsideredruined.
A)NOCHANGE
B)othersculptorshadpreviouslyusedit,
C)itwasusedbythembefore,
D)theyuseditpreviouslytobeginothersculptures,
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[5]Michelangelohadovercomethelimitationsofthe
marbleblockand,moreover,hadturneditintoa
technicalandartisticmasterpiece.
Uponviewingthestunningstatue,guildmembers
discardedtheplantohoistthestatuetoanexterior
buttress.Itwasfartoobeautiful(
andwasunlike
otherRenaissancedepictionsofDavid)tobeplacedhigh
A)NOCHANGE
B)reflected
C)hadreflected
D)willreflect
Tomakethisparagraphmostlogical,sentence3
shouldbeplaced
A)whereitisnow.
B)beforesentence1.
C)aftersentence1.
D)aftersentence4.
Whichchoicegivesasecondreasonandadditional
supportforthemainideaoftheparagraph?
A)NOCHANGE
B)anddepictedafavoritebiblicalstoryofthe
citizensofFlorence
C)andlaterwouldcometosymbolizeFlorence’s
defenseofitscivilliberties
D)and,atmorethaneighttons,fartooheavy
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prominentcitizens,themembersagreedthatthestatue
shouldinsteadstandoutsideofFlorence’stownhall
asasymbolandrepresentationofthecity’sstrength
andindependence.Thus,theguildmembersachieved
theirgoalofenhancingFlorence’s
A)NOCHANGE
B)tosymbolizeandrepresent
C)asasymbolof
D)asarepresentationthatsymbolized
Thewriterwantstorevisetheunderlinedportionso
thattheconcludingsentencesummarizesthemain
ideasofthepassage.Whichchoicebestaccomplishes
thisgoal?
A)prestige,andMichelangelowashailedasahero
inhisownrightforconqueringtheGiantand
givingFlorenceafittingmonument.
B)prestige,andMichelangelowouldsoonleave
FlorenceforRome,wherehewouldpaintthe
ceilingoftheSistineChapel.
C)prestige,especiallyafterpartsofthestatuewere
decoratedwithgold.
D)prestige,buteventhoughitboastsworksofart
likeMichelangelo’s
,Italytodayranksonly
fifthintermsofrevenuegeneratedbytourism.
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Questions34-44arebasedonthefollowingpassage.
SharingforSuccess
Thetwenty-firstcenturyhaspresentedboth
uniquechallengesandinnovativesolutionsto
work-relatedissues.BothJulieLevineandJulieRocco
desiredahealthierwork/lifebalance,buttheywere
hesitanttogiveuptheirmanagerialrolesoverseeingthe
jobsharing.
Asthedemandforflexibleworkingoptionsin
Whichchoiceprovidesthebestintroductiontothe
A)NOCHANGE
B)Companiesarealwayssearchingfornewand
innovativewaystorecruitthebestemployees.
C)In2007,twohighlysuccessfulfull-time
engineersataUScarcompanyfacedthesame
D)Accordingtoonenationalsurvey,theaverage
full-timeUSemployeeworksabout1,700hours
peryear.
A)NOCHANGE
B)solution.Job
C)solutionjob
D)solution:job
A)NOCHANGE
B)sharing—
C)sharing;
D)sharing:
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employees,itprovidesanappealingalternativetoother
formsofpart-timework,whichmightnotoffer
comparablehealthbenefits,salary,orstability.ForLevine
andRocco,whowerecompensatedat80percentoftheir
full-timesalariesandbenefits,jobsharingwasawayof
continuingtoclimbthecareer
ladder.Theydidn’t
havetoworkthelonghoursusuallydemandedofan
employeeinahigh-levelposition.
Effectivecommunicationiscrucialtothesuccessofa
weretakenbyLevineandRoccotoensurethatthe
arrangementprovidedfluidityandconsistencyforthe
employeeswhomtheyjointlymanaged.“It’sourjobtobe
seamless,”theynoted.
Nevertheless,theyeach
plannedtoworkthreedaysaweek,withadayofoverlap
onWednesdays;theyalsoplannedtotalkonthephone
Whichchoicebestcombinesthesentencesatthe
underlinedportion?
A)ladder,andtheyweren’thaving
B)ladder;however,theydidn’thave
C)ladderwithouthaving
D)ladderwhilestillnothaving
A)NOCHANGE
B)therewerestepstakenbyLevineandRoccoto
C)LevineandRoccotookstepstoensure
D)LevineandRocco’sstepsensured
A)NOCHANGE
B)Tothisend,
C)However,
D)Similarly,
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eacheveningtodiscusstheday’swork.
Thejob
sharedbyLevineandRoccowasthehighest
sharedjobatthecompany:when“youhavetoanalyze
yourdayandshareitwithanotherbrain,youshowup
thenextdayreadytorun,”Levinesaid.Studieshave
confirmedthatjobsharingcanimproveworkqualityby
encouragingteamwork.Ina2003surveyofemployeesat
theUKNationalHealthService,forexample,morethan
70percentofjobsharersfeltthatcommunicatingwith
theirpartnersimprovedtheirabilitytounderstandand
executetheirjobs.
Jobsharingmaypresentsomechallenges,
though.Ifjobsharershave
discordantcapabilitiesor
areunabletocommunicateeffectively,thearrangement
maynotbesuccessful.Job-sharinginitiativesmayalso
involvesomeextracostforcompanies,sincethesalaries
arrangementwouldbesuccessful:
C)ThejobsharedbyLevineandRoccorequires
about80hoursofworktotalperweek:
D)BothLevineandRoccofoundthatthis
collaborationenhancedtheirjobperformance:
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andcostofbenefitsfortwojob-sharingemployeesare
usuallyhigherthan
beingforasingleemployee.
However,proponentscontendthattheinvestmentis
worthwhilebecause
themosttalentedemployees.AscanbeseenfromLevine
andRocco’ssuccessindevelopingabest-selling2011
sport-utilityvehicle,jobsharingprovidesaneffective
flexibleworkingsolutionwhenundertakenbymotivated
employeesandcompanies.
A)NOCHANGE
B)thatof
C)thosefor
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TurntoSection3ofyouranswersheettoanswerthequestionsinthissection.
Forquestions1-15
,solveeachproblem,choosethebestanswerfromthechoices
1. The use of a calculator
2. All variables and expressions used represent real numbers unless otherwise indicated.
3. Figures provided in this test are drawn to scale unless otherwise indicated.
4. All figures lie in a plane unless otherwise indicated.
5. Unless otherwise indicated, the domain of a given function
r
A = bh




\b\n\t
\t
\t

x
s
s
x

s

Thenumberofdegreesofarcinacircleis360.
Thenumberofradiansofarcinacircleis2
Thesumofthemeasuresindegreesoftheanglesofatriangleis180.
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Afarmersold108poundsofproducethatconsisted
poundsofzucchiniand
poundsofcucumbers.
Thefarmersoldthezucchinifor$1.69perpound
andthecucumbersfor$0.99perpoundandcollected
atotalof$150.32.Whichofthefollowingsystemsof
equationscanbeusedtofindthenumberofpounds
ofzucchinithatweresold?
+=150.32
1.69+0.99=108
+=108
1.69+0.99=150.32
+=108
0.99+1.69=150.32
+=150.32
0.99+1.69=108
=10+4
Theformulaabovegivesthemonthlycost
,in
dollars,ofoperatingadeliverytruckwhenthedriver
worksatotalof
hoursandwhen
gallonsof
gasolineareused.If,inaparticularmonth,itcostno
morethan$2,000tooperatethetruckandatleast
150gallonsofgaswereused,whatisthemaximum
numberofhoursthedrivercouldhaveworked?
A)125
B)140
C)500
D)1,400
xxxx
5312+5

Whichofthefollowingpolynomialsisequivalentto
theexpressionabove?
373
3+73
553
593
+2=8
Whichofthefollowinglistsallsolutionstothe
quadraticequationabove?
A)8and6
B)4and
and2
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Note: Figure not drawn to scale.
Inthefigureabove,
areparallel,
areparallel,
CDCE
,andthemeasureof
ABC
115°
.Whatisthemeasureof
BCD
A)85°
B)115°
C)125°
D)140°
0.8=
Atastore,acoatoriginallypricedat
dollarsison
salefor
=0.8
=0.8
t
=
0.8
t
=
0.8
+2=16
0.5=10
Thesolutiontothesystemofequationsaboveis
.Whatisthevalueof
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Whichofthefollowingisthegraphoftheequation
=2+3
inthe



y









xxy
6+11=
=+1
Thesystemofequationsaboveisgraphedinthe
-plane.Whichofthefollowingisthe
ofanintersectionpoint
ofthegraphsofthe
twoequations?
21
Whichofthefollowingexpressionsisequivalentto
theoneabove,where
1
A)
9
1
14
1
22
22
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Forapositiverealnumber
,where
,whatis
thevalueof
A)
B)4
C)6
D)8
Whichofthefollowingisanequivalentformof
,where
�0
�0
A)
1
3
1
1
2
3
2
31
2
2
3
5712
25
Thenumberofpeoplewhogotoapublicswimming
poolcanbemodeledbythefunction
above,where
isaconstantand
istheairtemperatureindegrees
Fahrenheit(°F)for
70100
.If350peopleare
predictedtogotothepoolwhenthetemperatureis
90°F
,whatisthevalueof
A)20
B)40
C)60
D)80
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Theboilingpointofwateratsealevelis212degrees
=2121.84
=2120.00184
=212
=1.842121,000
Thegraphof
xxyy
4++624=0
inthe
-planeisacircle.Whatistheradiusofthecircle?
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result.
Fraction
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answer
in boxes.
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, solve the problem and
enter your answer in the grid, as described
answer with more digits than the grid can
accommodate, it may be either rounded or
truncated, but it must fill the entire grid.
Answer:
Acceptable ways to grid
are:
2
2
3
3
3
Decimal
....
71
Answer: 2.5
....
25
....
....
....
67
Answer: 201 – either position is correct
....
....
102
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5=4
Thevalueofonesolutiontotheequationaboveis1.
Whatisthevalueoftheothersolution?
fxxx
=4+10
isapositiveintegerless
than5,whatisonepossiblevalueof
Studentsinasciencelabareworkingingroups
buildbothasmallandalargeelectricalcircuit.
Alargecircuituses4resistorsand2capacitors,
andasmallcircuituses3resistorsand1capacitor.
Thereare100resistorsand70capacitorsavailable,
andeachgroupmusthaveenoughresistorsand
capacitorstomakeonelargeandonesmallcircuit.
Whatisthemaximumnumberofgroupsthatcould
workonthislabproject?
Ananglewithameasureof
radianshasa
measureof
degrees,where
0360
.Whatisthe
valueof
Thefunction
isdefinedby
frrr
=4+1

.If
3=0
,whatisonepossiblevalueof
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Forquestions1-30
,solveeachproblem,choosethebestanswerfromthechoices
1. The use of a calculator
2. All variables and expressions used represent real numbers unless otherwise indicated.
3. Figures provided in this test are drawn to scale unless otherwise indicated.
4. All figures lie in a plane unless otherwise indicated.
5. Unless otherwise indicated, the domain of a given function
r
A = bh




\b\n\t
\t
\t

x
s
s
x

s

Thenumberofdegreesofarcinacircleis360.
Thenumberofradiansofarcinacircleis2
Thesumofthemeasuresindegreesoftheanglesofatriangleis180.
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If
,howmuchgreateris
10
A)3
B)4
C)12
D)30
Thetemperature,indegreesCelsius(°C),ofahotobjectplacedina
isrecordedeveryfiveminutes.Thetemperatureoftheobject
decreasesrapidlyatfirst,thendecreasesmoreslowlyastheobject’s
temperatureapproachesthetemperatureoftheroom.Whichofthe
followinggraphscouldrepresentthetemperatureofthisobjectover
Time (minutes)
Object temperature (°C)
051015202530
Time (minutes)
Object temperature (°C)
051015202530
Time (minutes)
Object temperature (°C)
051015202530
Time (minutes)
Object temperature (°C)
051015202530
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2=+10
Whichofthefollowingvaluesof
isasolutiontothe
equationabove?
Lastyear,800studentsattendedthecareerfairat
WestHighSchool.Thisyear,thenumberofstudents
whoattendedthecareerfairincreasedby5%.How
manystudentsattendedthecareerfairat
WestHighSchoolthisyear?
A)804
B)805
C)840
D)1,200
Questions5and6refertothefollowinginformation.
NutritionalInformationfor1-OunceServingsof
SeedsandNuts
SeedornutCalories
Totalfat
Pecan19820.23.0
Pistachio806.53.0
Pumpkin15913.98.5
Sunflower16614.65.9
Walnut18518.54.3
Thetableaboveshowsthecalories,gramsoffat,and
gramsofproteinin1-ounceservingsofselectedseeds
andnuts.
Howmanymoregramsofproteinareinonepound
ofpumpkinseedsthanareinonepoundof
pistachios?(1pound=16ounces)
A)48
B)72
C)88
D)136
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Lionelpurchases1-poundbagsofeachofthe
fiveseedsandnutsshowninthetable.Ofthe
following,whichbestapproximatestheaverage
,in
069
=1,38520
=1,38569
=1,385+20
=1,385+69
Atasnackbar,eachmediumdrinkcosts$1.85and
eachlargedrinkcosts
moredollarsthanamedium
drink.If5mediumdrinksand5largedrinkscosta
totalof$20.50,whatisthevalueof
A)0.45
B)0.40
C)0.30
D)0.25
Kateboughtabuspassthathadaninitialvalueof
ForeverybusrideKatetakes,$1.80,thecostof
onebusride,issubtractedfromthevalueofthepass.
WhatpercentoftheinitialvalueofKate’sbuspassis
thecostofonebusride?
A)1.8%
B)2%
C)5%
D)98%
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=15
=3
,whatisthevalue
A)5
B)4
C)2
D)1
Questions12and13refertothefollowing
Acablecompanyrecordedthepercentageofhouseholds
intheUnitedStatesthathadcabletelevisionfrom1987
to1997.Inthescatterplotbelow,
representsthe
numberofyearssince1987and
representsthe
percentageofhouseholdswithcabletelevision.
Thelineofbestfitforthedataisshown.
Percentage of households
with cable television
Number of years since 1987
Households with
Cable Television
Whichofthefollowingisclosesttotheequationof
thelineofbestfitshown?
=54+
54
+54
x
=
7
5
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Agreenhouseownerpurchasesfertilizerin60-gallon
drums.Thefertilizerismixedwithwatertomake
severalbatchesofsolution.Eachbatchofsolutionis
madebymixing3quartsoffertilizerwithwater.
Whatisthemaximumnumberofbatchesofsolution
thatcanbemadefromone60-gallondrumof
fertilizer?(1gallon=4quarts)
A)45
B)60
C)80
D)180

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\r\b\t \b\r


\b\t\b\r
Tararodeherbicyclealongastraightroadfrom
herhometoarestaurantandatelunch.Shethen
continuedalongthesameroadtoamovietheater
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Ryanhas1,500yardsofyarn.Hewantstoknitat
least2scarvesandatleast3hats.Eachscarfrequires
300yardsofyarn,andeachhatrequires120yardsof
yarn.If
representsthenumberofscarvesand
representsthenumberofhats,whichofthe
followingsystemsofinequalitiesrepresentsthis
+1,500
2+31,500
2+31,500
300
120
300+1201,500
Michaelperformedanexperimentwherehetossed
twocoins,onedimeandonenickel,atthesametime
HeadsTails
Heads2726
Tails2423
ForwhatpercentofthetossesdidthedimeMichael
tossedlandonheads?
A)47%
B)49%
C)51%
D)53%
Duringastorm,theatmosphericpressureina
locationfellataconstantrateof
3.4millibars(mb)perhourovera24-hourtime
period.Whichofthefollowingisclosesttothetotal
mercury(mmHg),overthecourseof5hours
duringthe24-hourtimeperiod?
(Note:1,013mb=760mmHg)
A)2.6
B)12.8
C)17.0
D)22.7
Onitsopeningday,acardealershiphadaninventory
29cars.Duringthefirst6months,18additional
carswerepurchasedbythedealershipeachweek,and
thesalesteamsoldanaverageof15carsperweek.
Duringthefirstsixmonths,whichofthefollowing
equationsbestmodelsthecarinventory,
,atthe
weeksafteropeningday?
=+29
=+29
+29
=3+29
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If
22=
,whatis
intermsof
2
4
2
4




6
23+1
6+1
6+3
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Thegraphsinthe
-planeofthefollowingquadratic
equationseachhave
-interceptsof
and4.The
graphofwhichequationhasitsvertexfarthestfrom
=7+24

+24

+24

=5+24

2+3=5
4+=8
Inthesystemofequationsabove,
isaconstant.For
whatvalueof
willtherebenosolution
tothe
systemofequations?
A)3
B)4
C)5
D)6
Thepolynomial

+4+344
432
canbe
writtenas
1+2

.Whatarealloftheroots
ofthepolynomial?
2,1,
2,1,
1,1,
Whichofthefollowingdescribesanexponential
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Questions26and27refertothefollowing
123
Price (dollars)
Anotherconveniencestoreinthesamestatesellsa
four-packofAAbatteriesfor$4.89.Ifthestore’s
priceismorethanthatpredictedbythelineofbest
couldhave?
A)1
B)2
C)3
D)4
Thelineofbestfitpassesthroughthepoint
18,0.12.
Whichofthefollowingcanbeconcluded
fromthis?
A)Thelineofbestfitwillnotmodelthepricewell



Thefigureaboveshowsthattheshadedtriangular
A)15
B)43
C)50
D)65
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Thomasismakingasignintheshapeofaregular
hexagonwith4-inchsides,whichhewillcutout
Whichofthefollowingequationsdescribesacircle
withradius10thatpassesthroughtheoriginwhen
graphedinthe
5++5=10

5++5=100

10+10=100

52++52=100
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, solve the problem and
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2
3
3
3
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....
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....
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....
....
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....
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Inthe
-plane,thegraphof
=6+3
isthe
imageofthegraphof
=+5+3
aftera
translationofhowmanyunitstotheright?
When9isincreasedby
,theresultisgreater
than36.Whatistheleastpossibleinteger
valuefor
CenturyandRegionofUnitedStates
Birthsasof2014
18th19th20th
Northeast563
South943
Midwest092
West002
Thetableaboveshowsthedistributionof
UnitedStatespresidentsaccordingtothecentury
andtheregionofthecountryinwhichtheywere
born.Basedontheinformationinthetable,what
fractionofpresidentswhowerenotborninthe
1
,whatisthevalueof
2+2
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Aninstrumentshowsthenumberofrevolutionsper
minutemadebyeachtireofacar.Ineachrevolution,the
cartravelsadistanceequaltothecircumferenceofoneof
itstires.Thecircumferenceofeachtireisequalto
istheradiusofthetire.
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•reasoningtodevelopideasandtoconnectclaimsandevidence.
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AdaptedfromToddDavidson,“GovernmentMustPreserveNationalParks.”
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September18,2013.
TheworldhasanenduringloveaffairwithAmerica’snationalparks.Conceived
nearly100yearsago,nationalparksconnectuswithoursharedheritageandtellour
nation’sstories.WhoamongushasstaredintothedeepbluecalderaofCraterLake,
lookedupatHalfDomeasthespecialtimeofwinterapproachesintheYosemite
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Collectively,ournationalparks,monuments,seashores,recreationareas,historic
sites,militaryparks,battlefieldsandheritageareasrepresenttheverybestournation
hastooffer.AlongwiththeirintrepidandiconicParkRangers,theyembodythetrue
spiritofourcountry,bringingournation’shistorytolife.
Inadditiontobeingstunningandeducational,nationalparksareimmensely
affordabledestinationsforAmericanfamiliesandaretopU.S.touristattractions.
Eachyear,nearly300millionpeoplevisitoneormoreofAmerica’s401national
parks,rangingfromeducationalCivilWarbattlefieldstoawe-inspiringplaceslike
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(Mamima),andhisuncle(Chhotomama)tovisitfamilyin
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