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SSAT入学测试卷
学生姓名:

测试时间:

测评教师:

测评成绩:

测评地点:

Writing

Time-25minutes

Directions: Schools would like to get to know you better through an essay or story using one of the two topics below. Please select the topic you find most interesting and fill in the circle next to the topic you choose.

Topic 1: Curious, he investigated further.

Topic 2: If you could meet a character in a film, who would that be and why?

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IF YOU FINISH BEFORE TIME IS CALLED,

YOU MAY CHECK WORK ON THIS PART,

DO NOT TURN TO ANY OTHER SECTION.
Answer Sheet

Part :Multiple-Choice

Section 1: Quantitative (Math)


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Section 5:Experimental Section

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SECTION 1

Time - 30Minutes

25Questions

Following each problem in this section, there are five suggested answers. Work each problem in your head or in the blank space provided at the right of the page. Then look at the five suggested answers and decided which one is best.


Note: Figures that accompany in this section are drawn as accurate as possible EXCEPT when it is stated in a specific problem that its figure is not drawn to scale.
Sample Problem

5,413-4,827

A 586

B 596


C 696

D 1,586


E 1,686


  1. 3.049 rounded to the nearest tenth is USE THIS SPACE FOR FIGURING

  1. 3.0

(B) 3.04

(B) 3.045

(C) 3.05

(D) 3.1


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  1. 8,214 is evenly divisible by all of the fol-

lowing EXCEPT

(A) 1


(B) 2

(C) 3


(D) 6

(E) 7


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  1. If the perimeter of the isosceles triangle(see the right figure)is

21, what is the length of one of

the longer sides?

(A) 3

(B) 6


(C) 9

(D) 12


(E) 18
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4.How many thirds are there in 7 2/3?USE THIS SPACE FOR FIGURING

(A) 8

(B) 20


(C) 21

(D) 22


(E) 23

Questions 5-6 refer to the following formula.



D J

For all real numbers =2D/J2



2 3

Example: =2(2)/32=4/9



4 7

5. =


(A) 8/14

(B) 4/49


(C) 14/16

(D) 8/49


(E) 16/49

N 3

6. If = 1 1/3, then N =

(A) 3

(B) 4


(C) 6

(D) 9


(E)12

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7. If 7

are whole numbers, what is the smallest

value of xy?

(A) 21


(B) 24

(C) 28


(D) 32

(E) 40
8. 75 cookies are to be shared equally amongUSE THIS SPACE FOR FIGURING

a first grade class, if there are no leftovers

and no cookies are broken apart, which of

the following could be the total number of

students?

(A) 15

(B) 14


(C) 13

(D) 12


(E) 11

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9. Elinor makes a necklace with gray, blue,

black, silver and green beads in that order,

If she uses 58 beads and starts with a gray

bead, what color does she end with?

(A)gray

(B)blue


(C)black

(D)silver

(E)green

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10. Of the following, which is closest to but

not greater than 10?

(A) .48×15

(B) .26×35

(C)2/3×20.5

(D)1/4×23.2

(E) 4×4.78

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11. All of the following are equal EXCEPT

(A)1/2×260

(B) 5(20+6)

(C) 2×65


(D)105+30

(E) 390÷3

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12. In Figure 2, PS=16 and QS=10. If PR

and QS are the same length, what is the

value of QR?


P

Q

R

S

(A) 2


(B) 3

(C) 4


(D) 6

(E) 10


13. Damon is going to cook a three-course USE THIS SPACE FOR FIGURING

meal. He can only cook one course at a

time. The first course will take 4 hours to

prepare, and the second and third courses

together will take 1/4 of the time the first

course takes. If he wants to eat at 3 PM,

when must he start preparing?

(A) 7 AM


(B) 9 AM

(C) 10 AM

(D) 11 AM

(E) 10 AM

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14. A box has x candles, and each candle will

burn for y minutes. In terms of x and y,

how many minutes can a box of candles burn?

(A) x+y

(B)1/xy


(C)x/y

(D)y/x


(E) xy

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15. A local bakery charges $3 for a dozen ba-

gels and includes a half-dozen bagels free

with every purchase of two dozen bagels.

If Murray buys two-dozen bagels, what is

the price per bagel?

(A) 5 cents

(B) 10 cents

(C) 12 cents

(D) 20 cents

(E) 50 cents

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16. Joe worked from 9AM until 12AM. If he

spent 1/3 his time rearranging the closets,

and1/2 of the remainder of his time ad-

dressing envelopes, how much time did Joe

have to work on other projects?

(A) 30 minutes

(B) 1 hour

(C) 2 hours and 30 minutes

(D) 5 hours

(E) 6 hours

17. What is the value of 2x in Figure 3?USE THIS SPACE FOR FIGURING

(A) 30°

(B) 60°


X

2X

(C) 90°


(D)120°

(E)180°


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18. If the piece of wood in Figure 4 is cut

along the dotted lines, all of the following
Figure 4

shapes can be made with the new pieces of



wood EXCEPT

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19. In 1996, ABC Electrical C0. Produced 250

thousand watts of electricity. In 2000 the

company produced 3 million watts. How

many times as many watts did the com-

pany produce in 20000?

(A) 10


(B) 12

(C) 14


(D) 20

(E) 25


20. A class of 12 students wants to buy their USE THIS SPACE FOR FIGURING

teacher a present. The students plan to

contribute an average of $3. If 3 students

leave the class, how much more money,

on average must each student contribute to

make up the difference?

(A) $1

(B) $2


(C) $3

(D) $4


(E) $5

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21. Jackob spent 2/3 of his money on CDs and

1/5 of the remainder on food. If he has $32

left, how much money did he start with?

(A) $45


(B) $51

(C) $60


(D) $120

(E) $230


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22. If M and N are positive consecutive inte-

gers, which of the following is ALWAYS true?

(A) M>N


(B) M(C) M+1>N

(D) MN>M+N

(E) M+N>M

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23. Brand X detergent sold 5 times as many

boxes than Brand Y last year. If Brand X

soap sold 1.25 million boxes of detergent

last year, how many boxes did the two

brands sell combined?

(A) 25,000

(B) 250,000

(C) 1,500,000

(D) 2,000,000

(E) 2,500,000
24. A phone company charge 75 cents for theUSE THIS SPACE FOR FIGURING

fish three minutes of a phone call and 15

cents for each additional minutes or part of

a minute. How much will a 17 1/2 minute

phone call cost?

(A) $2.55

(B) $2.85

(C) $3.00

(D) $3.15

(E) $4.50

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25. Photohut sells photographs in 3 sizes. The

ratio of the area of the smallest size to the

largest size is 1:4 and the ratio of the area

of the middle size to the larger size is 2:3.

What is the area of the middle size if the

smallest size is 15 square inches?

(A) 10 sq. inches

(B) 15 sq. inches

(C) 20 sq. inches

(D) 25 sq. inches

(E) 40 sq. inches





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