10 Dec 2019
Tests Taken: 1533
5.0
Section 1 : Questions 1-10

Questions 1-4

Circle the correct letters A-C.

Example

Which course is the man interested in?

A. English

B. Mandarin

C. Japanese

1

What kind of course is the man seeking?

  • A
  • B
  • C
2

How long does the man want to study?

  • A
  • B
  • C
3

What proficiency level is the student?

  • A
  • B
  • C
4

When does the man want to start the course?

  • A
  • B
  • C

Questions 5-10

Complete the form.

Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

Language Centre

Client Information Card

Name: Richard 5

E-mail address: 6 @hotmail.com

Date of birth: 7 1980

Reason for studying Japanese: 8

Specific learning needs: 9

Place of previous study (if any): 10

    Section 2 : Questions 11-20

    Questions 11-12

    Complete the sentences below.

    Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer

    The story illustrates that dogs are  11 animals.

    The people of the town built a  12 of a dog.

      Questions 13-20

      Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

      TYPE OF WORKING DOG

      ESSENTIAL CHARACTERISTICS FOR THE JOB

      ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

      Sheep dogs

      Smart, obedient

      Herd sheep and 13  them

      Guide dogs

      Confident and 14

      Training paid for by 15

      Guard dogs and

      16  dogs

      Tough and courageous

      Dogs and trainers available through

      17

      Detector dogs

      Need to really 18

      In Sydney they catch 19  a month

      Transport dogs

      Happy working 20

      International treaty bans huskies from Antarctica

        Section 3 : Questions 21-30

        Questions 21-23

        Complete the notes below.

        Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS or A NUMBER for each answer.

        Braille - a system of writing for the blind

        •    Louis Braille was blinded as a child in his 21
        •    Braille invented the writing system in the year 22
        •    An early writing system for the blind used embossed letters.
        •    A military system using dots was called 23

          Questions 24-27

          Circle the correct letters A-C.

          24

          Which diagram shows the Braille positions?

          oooo
          oooo
          oooo

          oo
          oo
          oo
          ooo
          ooo

          A

          B C
          • A
          • B
          • C
          25

          What can the combined dots represent?

          • A
          • B
          • C
          26

          When was the Braille system officially adopted?

          • A
          • B
          • C
          27

          What is unusual about the way Braille is written?

          • A
          • B
          • C

          Questions 28-30

          What THREE SUBJECTS use Braille code?

          • A
          • B
          • C
          • D
          • E
            Section 4 : Questions 31-40

            Questions 31-35

            Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS and/ or A NUMBER for each answer

            Question:

            Can babies remember any 31 ?

            Experiment with babies:

            Apparatus:

            baby in cot

            colourful mobile

            some 32

            Re-introduce mobile between one and 33 later.

            Table showing memory test results

            Baby’s age

            Maximum memory span

            2 months

            2 days

            3 months

            34

            21 months

            several weeks

            2 years

            35

              Questions 36-40

               Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS OR NUMBER for each answer

              Research questions:

              Is memory linked to 36 development?

              Can babies 37 their memories?

              Experiment with older children:  

              Stages in incident:

                            a) lecture taking place

                            b) object falls over 

                            c)  38

              Table showing memory test results

              Age

              % remembered next day

              % remembered after 5 months

              Adults

              70%

              39

              9-year-olds

              70%

              Less than 60%

              6-year-olds

              Just under 70%

              better than  40

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