Part 1: Questions 1-10
Complete the form below. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS OR A NUMBER for each answer.
Council Youth Scheme
Application for funding for group project
Name: Ralph Pearson
Contact address: (1) Drayton, DR68AB
Telephone number: 01453 586098
Name of group: Community Youth Theatre Group
Description of group: amateur theatre group ((2) members)
Involved in drama (3) and
Amount of money requested: (4) £
Description of project: to produce a short (5) play for young children
Money needed for: (6) for scenery
Cost of (7)
How source of funding will be credited
• Acknowledged in the (9) given to audience
Other organisations approached for funding (and outcome)
• National Youth Services – money was (10)
Part 2: Questions 11-15
Choose the correct letter A, B or C.
11. Joanne says that visitors to Darwin are often surprised by
A the number of young people.
B the casual atmosphere.
C the range of cultures.
12 To enjoy cultural activities, the people of Darwin tend to
A travel to southern Australia.
B bring in artists from other areas.
C involve themselves in production.
13. The Chinese temple in Darwin
A is no longer used for its original purpose.
B was rebuilt after its destruction in a storm.
C was demolished to make room for new buildings.
14. The main problem with travelling by bicycle is
A the climate.
B the traffic.
C the hills
15. What does Joanne say about swimming in the sea?
A It is essential to wear a protective suit.
B Swimming is only safe during the winter.
C You should stay in certain restricted areas.
What can you find at each of the places below?
Choose your answers from the list and write correct letter A-H next to questions 16-20.
A a flower market
B a chance to feed the fish
C good nightlife
D international arts and crafts
E good cheap international food
F a trip to catch fish
G shops and seafood restaurants
H a wide range of different plants
17. Smith Street Mall
18. Cullen Bay Marina
19. Fannie Bay
20. Mitchell Street
Part 3: Questions 21-23
Complete the sentences below. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.
Effects on weather on mood
21. Phil and Stella’s goal is to the hypothesis that weather has an effect on a person’s mood.
22. They expect to find that ‘good’ weather (weather which is ) has a positive effect on a person’s mood.
23. Stella defines effect on mood’ as a in the way a person feels.
What information was given by each writer?
Choose your answers from the list below and write correct letters A-F next to questions 24-27.
A the benefits of moving to a warmer environment
B the type of weather with the worst effect on mood
C how past events affect attitudes to weather
D the important effect of stress on mood
E the important effect of hours of sunshine on mood
F psychological problems due to having to cope with bad weather
Choose THREE letters A-H.
Which THREE things do Phil and Stella still have to decide on?
A how to analyse their results
B their methods of presentation
C the design of their questionnaire
D the location of their survey
E weather variables to be measured
F the dates of their survey
G the size of their survey
H the source of data on weather variables
Part 4: Questions 31 and 32
Choose TWO letters A-F
Which TWO of the following problems are causing concern to educational authorities in the USA?
A differences between rich and poor students
B high numbers dropping out of education
C falling standards of students
D poor results compared with other nationalities
E low scores of overseas students
F differences between rural and urban students
Questions 33 and 34
Choose TWO letters A-F
According to the speaker, what are two advantages of reducing class sizes?
A more employment for teachers
B improvement in general health of the population
C reduction in number of days taken off sick by teachers
D better use of existing buildings and resources
E better level of education of workforce
F availability of better qualified teachers
Complete the table below. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/ OR A NUMBER for each answer.
|State||Schools involved||Number of students participating||Key findings||Problems|
|Tennessee||about 70 schools||in total (35)………….||significant benefit especially for (36)……………..pupils||lack of agreement on implications of data|
|California||(37)……………..schools||1.8 million||very little benefit||– shortage of (38)……………especially in poorer areas|
– no proper method for (39)……………of project
|Wisconsin||14 schools with pupils from (40)……………families||similar results to Tennessee project|