GT Reading Test 24 Section 1 - Camberwell College Swimming Pools & Swimming Classes

GT Reading Mock Test 24:

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Section 1: Question 1-13

Read the passage below and write the answers to the questions which follow in boxes 1-13 on your answer sheet.


GT Reading: "Camberwell College Swimming Pools" & "Camberwell College Swimming Classes"


Read the text below and answer Questions 1-5.

Look at the information about Camberwell College’s swimming pools. Then answer the questions 1-5 below.

Camberwell College Swimming Pools

Camberwell College has one 50m (Olympic sized) pool with a constant depth of 2m throughout, and one 25m pool with a 1m shallow end and a 4m deep end. Both pools may be used by the general public at certain times.

50m Pool
The pool is often used for classes, but the general public may use two lanes for lane swimming at the following times.

Monday:        0630 -1130 and 1900 – 2100
Tuesday:       0630 -1130 and 1800 – 2100
Wednesday:  0630 -1330 and 1730 – 2130
Thursday:      0630 -1330
Friday:           0630 -1330
Weekends:    0900 – 1700

Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

Please note that during College holidays, these times will vary. Contact the swimming pool on 04837 393560 for up-to-date information.

25m Pool
The 25 metre pool is available for recreational (non-lane) swimming from 0700-0900 and 1230-1330 on weekdays, and 1000 – 1600 on Saturdays.

Children aged 12 and under must be accompanied.

We regret that the 25m pool will be closed for refurbishment between 21st July and 18th August. The men’s changing rooms will be closed for the week beginning 18th August, and the women’s changing rooms will be closed the following week. Alternative changing facilities will be made available. We apologise for any disruption this may cause.

Questions 1-5

Do the following statements agree with the information given in the passage.

In boxes 1-5 on your answer sheet, write-

     TRUE  if the statement agrees with the information
     FALSE  if the statement contradicts the information
     NOT GIVEN  if there is no information on this

1. The general public can only use the 50m pool for lane swimming.
2. The general public cannot use the 50m pool on Sundays.
3. Men will be able to use the 25m pool on the 18th August.
4. The whole of the 25m pool is available to the public during recreational swimming hours.
5. The 50m pool is open during college holidays.


Look at the information about swimming classes. Then answer the questions 6-13 below.

Camberwell College Swimming Classes

It’s an essential life skill, it can make you fit and it provides fun for all the family. Camberwell College’s offers swimming classes whatever for your needs, whether you want to swim competitively, you are trying to stay healthy or you want to learn.

We offer separate classes for adults and children, following the National Plan for Teaching Swimming (NPTS). We will guide you from your first splash and help you develop your confidence in the water.

Swim-A-Long
This class is suitable for parents with children aged up to the age of 5 years. This class allows very young children to gain confidence in the water, by way of songs and music.

Tadpole to Frog Classes
This series of classes is suitable for children aged 5 upwards. There are six levels in the series. The first level is suitable for non-swimmers and teaches basic techniques and safety, using aids and floats. By the time students reach the sixth level, they will be able to swim independently and will be eligible to join the Swim Star classes.

Swim Star
An opportunity for able swimmers to earn the Bronze, Silver and Gold swimming awards. These classes teach children the ability to swim for prolonged periods of time, and teach skills such as diving, turning and different strokes. Children who successfully complete the Swim Star programme will be invited to join the Youth Squad and learn competitive swimming techniques.

Swim School
The swim school offers classes for adults. There are three levels, beginner, intermediate and advanced. The beginner’s class is suitable for people who are new to swimming; the intermediate level is designed for swimmers who want to brush up on their swimming style, and the advanced level offers in-depth advice on stamina, breathing and technique.

Aqua Health
We offer a range of levels of fitness classes for able swimmers who wish to keep fit, socialise and have fun with music. Aqua-Light offers gentle exercise and is suitable for the elderly. Aqua-Pump is a high energy class which builds your strength and tones your body.

Questions 6-13

The below list has 9 options for interested swimmers. Select a suitable swimming class for the people mentioned in questions 6 -13 below and write i-ix in boxes 6-16 on your answer sheet.

i. Aqua-Pump
ii. Aqua-Light
iii. Advanced Swim School
iv. Intermediate Swim School
v. Beginner Swim School
vi. Youth Squad
vii. Swim Star
vii. Tadpole to Frog
viii. Swim-A-Long
ix. No classes available


Select a suitable swimming class for the people below and write i-ix on your answers sheet.

6. A 5-year-old who is unable to swim.
7. A mother who wants to introduce her baby to the water.
8. A middle-aged person who can swim quite well but wants to improve his techniques.
9. A teenager who is interested in swimming in competitions.
10. An old man who wants to keep fit and meet people.
11. A child who wants to be able to swim longer distances.
12. A strong adult swimmer who wishes to learn complex skills.
13. A woman who wants to learn to swim by using music.

 

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0 # Tanvi Pahuja 2018-06-20 02:22
In the second section, headings of the paragraphs are not in-line with the passage (many of them are missing).
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0 # IELTS Mentor 2018-06-21 14:20
The second section (Camberwell College Swimming Classes) indicates that the Camberwell College offers different swimming classes intended for different types of people. You do not need to choose course titles from the passage, rather from the 9 options given in the questions. Aqua-Pump & Aqua-Light, for instance, fall under the "Aqua Health" class category. Aqua-Light offers gentle exercise and is suitable for the elderly while Aqua-Pump is a high energy class which builds your strength and tones your body. So if the question is 'A swimming class suitable for elderly, you should select 'Aqua-Light" option from the question rather than the "Aqua Heath" from the swimming class title as indicated in the passage.
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