Find Your Strengths & Weaknesses on the SAT & ACT

Do you know what type of questions are you strong at for the SAT and the ACT? If you understand which question types you are weak at, you input-radio can practice and get stronger! We've got a bunch of SAT & ACT questions to find out your strengths & weaknesses, go ahead find out where you stand!

The ground is full of seeds that input-radio cannot rise into seedlings; the seedlings rob one another of air, light and water, the strongest robber winning the day, and extinguishing his competitors. Year after year, the wild animals with which 5 man never interferes are, on the average, neither more nor less numerous than they were; and yet we know that the annual produce of every pair is from one to perhaps a million young; so that it is mathematically certain that, on the average, as many are killed by natural causes as 10 are born every year, and those only escape which happen to be a little better fitted to resist destruction than those which die. The individuals of a species are like the crew of a foundered ship, and none but good swimmers have a chance of reaching the land.
- Adapted from an essay by T H Huxley
Q1. The “robber” in the first sentence is most like which of the following mentioned in the paragraph
Q2. The main point the author conveys is that
Josh Earnest, [3] the White House press secretary said that government lawyers were pleased with the court’s ruling, saying that “generally speaking, it’s consistent with the arguments that the government has made” about redistricting. [4] A 1964 Supreme Court decision, Reynolds v. Sims, ruled that voting districts must contain very close to the same number of people. [5] Therefore, the court did not say which people counted.
Q3. Suggest corrections to [3]
Q4. Suggest corrections to [4]
Q5. Suggest corrections to [5]
Q6. If the slope of a line is ½ and the y-intercept is 3, what is the x-intercept of the same line?
Q7. 6 people meet for a business lunch. Each person shakes hands once with each other person present. How many handshakes take place?
Q8. If x² - y² = 55, and x - y = 11, then y =
Q1. What is the sum of the smallest prime and the largest prime less than 10?
Q2. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)...
Set M is shown above. Each number in set N is generated by dividing each number in set M by 2. What is the average (arithmetic mean) of the numbers in set N ?
Q3. What is the ratio of the area of a circle with radius r to the circumference of the circle?
"Notes from Underground""

A lot of people hate to ride the New York City subways, but I love them because [1] I like to get places fast. A musician balancing a cello case, two Buddhist monks in saffron robes, and a group of stockbrokers in crisp,

[2] charcoal gray suits get on at Wall Street. A passenger placidly sews while the subway train flings and jolts. A teenager [3] whose holding a shoebox containing a kitten as

tiny as a gingersnap smiles [4] even if a line of girls in frilly white communion dresses file by.
Q4. Suggest corrections to [1]
Q5. Suggest corrections to [2]
Q6. Suggest corrections to [3]
Q7. Suggest corrections to [4]
Q8. For all real numbers b and c such that the product of c and 3 is b, which of the following expressions represents the sum of c and 3 in terms of b ?
Q9. Which of the following expresses the number of meters a contestant must travel in a 3-lap race where the course is a circle of radius R meters?
"Passage II"

In 1908, an object from outer space devastated 2,000 km2 of forest in Siberia. The object was between 10 m and 100 m in diameter and traveled at a maximum speed of 15 km/sec. It exploded at an altitude of 8 km and released energy equivalent to 20 million tons of TNT. Two scientists discuss whether this object was a comet or an asteroid.

Scientist 1 The object was a comet, a body made of ices (such as frozen water or methane) and dust. Most of this cometary material is volatile (easily vaporized) and low in density. Friction in Earth’s atmosphere heated the comet to a temperature at which it exploded, high above the ground. The majority of the ices and dust were vaporized in the explosion, which explains why no crater was formed at the site and why no large, identifiable fragments of the object were found. An asteroid would not have been completely destroyed. Intact asteroid fragments that reached the ground would have created one or more craters upon impact and left behind recoverable pieces. Evidence shows that the object decelerated rapidly before it exploded. Because of their low density, comets are capable of such rapid deceleration, whereas high-density objects, such as asteroids, are not.

Scientist 2 The object was a stony asteroid. As it entered Earth’s atmosphere, its high speed created a large air pressure difference between the area just in front of the asteroid and the area just behind the asteroid. The large pressure difference eventually exceeded the structural strength of the asteroid. The asteroid flattened, decelerated rapidly due to the dramatic increase in its surface area, and fragmented before reaching the ground. This fragmentation would have appeared like an explosion. Calculations show that a comet between 10 m and 100 m in diameter would explode at an altitude much higher than 8 km, but a stony asteroid of that size would fragment at or near an altitude of 8 km. Recovery of large asteroid fragments is difficult due to the area’s boggy soil; however, small, glassy fragments were recovered and are believed to be melted and resolidified pieces of the asteroid."
Q11. Which of the following phrases best describes the major point of difference between the 2 scientists' hypotheses?
Q12. According to Scientist 2’s viewpoint, compared to the altitude at which a stony asteroid would have exploded in Earth's atmosphere, a comet of similar size would most likely have exploded at:
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The SAT\ACT tests are to assess your academic readiness for college. They test your competence on reading, writing and mathematics. You have to take either one of these tests as part of your application process. Conventionally, SAT was the preferred test for most US Universities. But for the past decade or so, ACT has gradually gained ground and is becoming the popular choice with a majority of US universities.
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