SAT Practice Test Paper 1 Section C Questions and Answers Part 1

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Section - C

Time - 25 minutes

30 Questions

1. the enormous , there are still many city-dwellers are not to vote.

2. the energy bill was the first for the Senate; the the calendar for the upcoming session . (E)

3. The FDA that the negative side of the drug the drug՚s positive .

4. Over the last the information industry into a multi-billion-dollar industry tens of thousands of workers.

5. in her field, available to students, and professor Jackson: She was awarded tenure last year.

6. One cannot perform multiple tasks if by

7. In many ways the sweeping changes agricultural industry strawberry farming in central California.

8. Amigo՚s two films, that the second

9. Most people in the neighborhood it is the representative the demands of the transit authority.

10. In many ways Canada is a the United States, made their differences a number of important issues.

11. Her first novel having been published; the author began to take notes for her second.

(A) Her first novel having been published

(B) Having been her most recent novel published

(C) Her first novel, having been published

(D) When having had her first novel published

(E) Having published her first novel

12. Van Gogh՚s early work has often been described as being in sharp contrast with his later work, despite there is a fundamental continuity between the two.

(A) With his later work, despite

(B) With his later work; despite the fact

(C) With his later work, rather,

(D) With his later work, but

(E) With his later work, notwithstanding

13. After working on his serve for several days, rumors circulated that the challenger would win the rematch.

(A) After working on his serve for several days, rumors circulated that the challenger would win the rematch.

(B) After working on his serve for several days, the challenger circulated rumors that he would win the rematch.

(C) Rumors circulated that the challenger, after working on his serve for several days, would win the rematch.

(D) After working on his serve for several days, the rematch was rumored to be won by the challenger.

(E) After working on his serve for several days, rumors circulated, the challenger would win the rematch.

14. The artist thought that it was important both to portray the subject truthfully, no matter the difficulty, and revealing something new about the subject.

(A) And revealing something new about the subject.

(B) And so, he revealed something new about the subject.

(C) And to reveal something new about the subject.

(D) Having thereby revealed something new about the subject.

(E) And revealing something about the subject that is new.

15. Max Planck was not only one of the founders of quantum mechanics, but an accomplished pianist.

(A) Mechanics, but an accomplished pianist.

(B) Mechanics; but he was also an accomplished pianist.

(C) Mechanics, and he was also an accomplished pianist.

(D) Mechanics, and an accomplished pianist.

(E) Mechanics, but also an accomplished piano.

16. Coffee shops, which were formerly found only in urban settings and near college campuses, have been expanding in the last few years outside these circumspect domains.

(A) Which were formerly found only in urban settings and near college campuses

(B) Being formerly found only in urban settings and near college campuses

(C) Which have been found formerly only in urban settings and near college campuses

(D) Which were formerly found only in urban settings or near college campuses

(E) That were formerly found only in urban settings and near college campuses

17. Until the Chin dynasty changed this practice, most Chinese intellectuals did not travel to the imperial court but remained in their native provincial centers.

(A) But remained in their native provincial centers.

(B) And remained in their native provincial centers.

(C) But rather they remained in the native provinces.

(D) Yet they remained in their native provincial centers.

(E) But remained in the provinces to which they were native.

18. The artwork of the late Renaissance was characterized by a deep sympathy for the human subject, often portraying human frailties and failings.

(A) Often portraying human frailties and failings.

(B) And it often portrayed human frailties and failings.

(C) Human frailties and human failings being often portrayed.

(D) Although it often portrayed human frailties and failings.

(E) Though portraying human frailties and failings.