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Can You Correctly Answer All Of These Questions From The First-Ever SATs?

1926 was, uh, quite a time.

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Recently, we had teens answer questions from the 1926 Scholastic Aptitude Test — aka the first-ever SATs — and things got weird.

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So now's your chance to see how you would have done on a test from 91 freakin' years ago. Without further ado, here are 10 questions from the 1926 SATs:

  1. Frivolity flourishes when authority is absent.
    Unhappy experiences teach us to be careful.
    A thing must be tried before we know its value.
    A meal is judged by the dessert.
    Small animals never play in the presence of large ones.
    Children suffer more from heat than grown people.
  2. Prison
    Assymmetry
    Needy
    Doctor
    Refuge
  3. Innocence
    Habit
    Tramp
    Failure
    Dullness
  4. True
    False
    Not certain

Can You Correctly Answer All Of These Questions From The First-Ever SATs?

SAT newbie!

Tbh, good job even getting any of these right. 1926 was a weird time.

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SAT expert!

Honestly, you might not have gotten them all right, but I'm not even judging you for a second because some of these questions are straight-up weird.

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SAT genius!

Hey, quick question: Are you a time traveler from 1926? K, cool, that's what I thought.

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