# SAT I - international version

<p>What did you'all think?</p>

<p>Me thinks it was nice. Which could mean a bad curve :-/</p>

<p>there isnt an intl version</p>

<p>It was swell. Math section was particularly easy.
How'd you know whether this was the intl version?</p>

<p>yes but curve should be sharp....do you remember what you wrote for meteriologist: forecast...</p>

<p>yes for sure!</p>

<p>Yeah, I don't think there is an international version for October.</p>

<p>hello, how'd it go?</p>

<p>it was quite good, the CR luckily were interesting passages, so although i bombed the verbal, I atleast enjoyed it :)</p>

<p>haha, yeah the passages were nice. especially the one with the gender stuff!! had some pretty bizarre questions... OH... there was a question on "bizarre" too</p>

<p>i thought the last passage is really hard.. the one about rug and his parents.. :(</p>

<p>lets discuss......</p>

<p>yeah, any idea there was one analogy towards the end, i cant recall, somethin like
----:fetter (i'm not sure)</p>

<p>and one more analogy,
suture:wound, thats sew:tear right??
and one with forecast</p>

<p>Yo, </p>

<p>Em... I don't remember the fettered one... but yeah, the other one you mentioned, I put sew:tear. Then, there were other ones like Omen:Presage::Satire:Deride... and Acquiesce:Protest::Confirm:Deny..um... on the math, the one with the cube grid-ins was 1/8, the one with the t-shirts was 160, the angle of that pendulum was 120 degrees, uhh... the last question on the 15 min math section was x-1.. and, the the triangle question in the last section was root(3)... I dunno.. I found that test really easy except for the first math.. i screwed up like 3 on that one, and on the grid ins I screwed up 1.. so .. without knowing how many other i screwed up, I probably got like 700 or 690.. but on the verbal, i'm hoping for a 750 or so. Well, I dunno.. post some more questions.</p>

<p>how bout bus:vehicle? abd can anyone give answers for the last verbal section... (the rug one..)?</p>

<p>bus:vehicle :: liner:ship</p>

<p>That's what I put.</p>

<p>i put mechanics and car....i think..i had liner and ship</p>

<p>and there are MANY versions just within the states..</p>

<p>what do you mean - international version? Is there a specific one just for internationals?</p>

<p>Math was relatively easier than the Oct test, but I am not giving any bold predictions, last time I did that I ended up with a 710.
Verbal - some of the analogies and sentence completions were exceptionally difficult. So far I have got two wrong- tile:mosaic:: and pilferer:filch::. I agree, the critical passages were actually quite interesting to read so I think I might have done well.</p>

<p>Btw, some clarification,as to the test.
Section 1- Math (25MCQs)
Section 2- Verbal (2/3 short passages and one big passage)
Section 3- Verbal (two big passages)
section 4- Math (QCs and Grid-ins)
Section 5 - Verbal
Section 6- Verbal 15 min
Section 7- Math 15 min
The passages as far as I can remember - Girl and Rug, Cowboys and Westerns, Assigning genders to inanimate objects.............Crap, I can't seem to remember anything else.</p>

<p>There was one on leonardo da vinci</p>