GT Reading Test 5 Section 2 - Work & Travel USA & Arthur Phillip College

GT Reading Mock Test 5:

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Section 2: Question 15-27

You are advised to spend 20 minutes on Questions 15-27.


GT Reading Sample: Work & Travel USA & Arthur Phillip College


Question 15-20:

WORK & TRAVEL USA

Do you want to have the best summer holiday ever?
Have you just graduated and want to escape for a unique experience abroad?

Only $1950 will make it all happen!

 

This unbeatable program fee includes:

•    return flight from Sydney to Los Angeles (onward travel in the USA not included)
•    3 months' insurance cover
•    2 nights' accommodation on arrival plus meet and greet and airport transfer
•    arrival orientation by experienced InterExchange staff
•    visa application fees
 
You also have:

•    access to a J-l visa enabling you to work in the USA
•    an extensive directory of employers
•    InterExchange support throughout the program
•    24-hour emergency support throughout the length of the program

Call toll-free 1800 678 738

InterExchange has 50 years' experience in international student exchange programs. 18,000 students from around the world travel yearly to the USA on this very program. InterExchange con also offers you work opportunities in other countries.

WHAT IS INTEREXCHANGE?
InterExchange, one of the world's leading operators of international exchange programs and related services:

•    is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation
•    has 700 professional staff in 30 countries worldwide
•    was founded in 1947

InterExchange operates these programs for students all around the world. It offers you trained and travelled staff, plus full support during the application process. You can choose any job that interests you anywhere in the USA, whether that is working in a law firm in Boston, a famous ski resort in Colorado or serving coffee and doughnuts in the buzzing streets of New York. You can select the period you work and the period you travel; you may want to work for 1 month and travel for 3 or work the entire duration of your stay. The choice is yours.

 
YOU CAN TAKE UP THIS OPPORTUNITY IF YOU ARE:

•    a full-time student at an Australian university or TAFE college
•    presently enrolled, or finishing this year, or you have deferred a year of study
•    over 18 years old by November in the academic year in which you apply to InterExchange
•    enthusiastic about the experience of a lifetime ...

Sign up now!!


Questions 15-20

Do the following statements agree with the information given in the advertisement.
In boxes 15-20 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

15. The program cost includes internal flights within the USA. 
16. Emergency assistance offered in the program includes legal advice.
17. InterExchange offers similar programs in countries other than the USA. 
18. InterExchange is part of a government program. 
19. There are no restrictions on the type of job you can do. 
20. There is an upper age limit for applicants.

CONTENTS: ARTHUR PHILLIP COLLEGE
A about Arthur Phillip College G learning methods
B entry requirements H course fees
C orientation for new students I study commitment
D academic counselling service J assessment and results
E credit courses to university K social activities and clubs
F assistance for international students L what's new

Questions 21-27

Each of the short paragraphs below (21-27) gives information about Arthur Phillip College.

Read each paragraph and choose which of the linked sections of the website, A-L, would contain this information.

Write the correct letter A-L in boxes 21-17 on your answer sheet.
 
21. All students receive a transcript of results and relevant award documentation when they end their studies with the College. 
 
22. On enrolment, all students receive automatic membership to the Social Club and Public Speaking Club. Students may choose to participate in any arranged activities. The College encourages and promotes interaction between students and teaching and non-teaching staff.
 
23. Successful completion and the achievement of an A or B result in some courses will enable students to achieve advanced standing in these subjects if they proceed to university study. For a list of the courses acceptable to a particular university, e-mail us your request with the name of the university and the course you are interested in. 
 
24. Arthur Phillip College is one of the top business colleges in Sydney, Australia. The College offers a wide range of educational and training programs in business and related areas. Its accredited vocational training courses are designed to meet the needs of individual students and industry. 
 
25. At Arthur Phillip College you will learn from lectures, seminars, case studies, group projects, individual assignments and class workshops. Lectures and seminars present concepts and ideas and provide for question-and-answer sessions. Students are expected to take an active role in the learning process through class participation, presentations and projects. 
 
26. Courses at Arthur Phillip College involve an average of 25 hours per week of tuition time, with supervised group study accounting for a further 5 hours per week. At least 10 hours per week of individual study is also recommended for most courses. 
 
27. During this program, you will meet the Director of Studies, teachers and key administrative staff such as the Accommodation Officer and Student Counsellor so that, right from your first day, you will know how each of them can help you during your time at the College.  

 
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-1 # Lakshmi 2018-04-18 17:42
10/13.
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-1 # Lenilson 2017-11-01 23:33
I still don't understand why the answer to Q. 37 is considered positive. Can someone help me? Cheers!
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0 # Karan 2018-02-01 14:50
Join the club.
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0 # Abirami 2017-05-25 11:02
Can someone tell why the answer to the question 39 is 'NOT GIVEN'? In paragraph C, the line - "Subliminally we see all these things, "says Lynn Elvy, a director of image consultants House of Colour. So I gave my answer as 'NO'.
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0 # Abirami 2017-05-25 07:45
May I know why the answer to the question 34 is 'Yes'? As per my understanding, recently uniforms are given more importance than in the past... Can someone explain it, please?
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0 # Navneet 2018-04-12 07:01
The question is about uniform manufacturing "carefully made" which isn't given in the paragraph anywhere. Hence, it is 'NG'.
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0 # Yogendrasingh Bisht 2017-08-16 23:00
The answer to the question 34 is "Not given", and it's correct.
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0 # Priyam Chaturvedi 2017-04-29 04:53
The answer to the question 40 should apparently be 'NG'. There is no information about the things which are going to take place in the future.
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0 # Mohit 2017-04-28 16:50
How is 35 'yes'? How about 40? I think it should be 'NG'.
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+2 # Gaurav 2017-01-13 12:22
I am unable to find the answer to Q. 35. Can anybody help me?
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+2 # Abirami 2017-05-25 01:50
In Passage B, you can see a line "...in uniting the workforce into a homogenous unit". This is why the answer to it is 'YES'.
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+2 # Daniel 2016-12-07 03:03
Could anyone explain the answer to question 36, please?
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0 # Vikram 2016-08-30 01:53
Read the passages carefully and correctly.
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+1 # Caio 2016-06-23 17:39
Could not get the answer to question 35. Where is it in the passage? Thanks.
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+1 # Surjit 2016-05-19 11:47
Please explain questions from section C and their answers!!!
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+2 # Shahed Al Hasan 2016-05-06 11:54
Thanks. Nice article :)
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+2 # Sachin Patel 2015-11-14 23:05
I do not understand Q. 38's answer. Why is it 'no'? I did not find related topic/discussion in any paragraph.
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+4 # Johana 2016-06-22 02:30
It is 'No' because only 22 companies make the 85% of the sales, which means 978 companies only make 25%. That is why most of the companies are unsuccessful.
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0 # Jay 2015-11-18 11:37
Read paragraph D, which says companies are not always successful. Out of 1000 only 22 accounts for 85% sales.
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+2 # Rashmi 2015-05-15 14:59
Why is the answer to Q. 40 "No"?
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+5 # Key 2016-03-27 09:04
Tense problem. "are planning to" means not happen yet, however, in the article, it already has done.
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+4 # Armada 2015-08-17 07:00
Look at paragraph 'F', the last sentence - have been made...
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+2 # Pham Thi Quynh Nhu 2015-01-14 19:44
Could you explain me about sentences 37? In my opinion, It is 'Not given'. I don't see the information in the paragraph. Thank you.
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+13 # Vasyl 2015-04-29 07:17
Smart and neat are synonyms. So "Neatness can suggest efficiency but, if it is overdone, it can spill over and indicate an obsession with power." - means the answer is 'YES'.
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+2 # German 2014-03-11 21:26
Wow, this piece of writing is good.
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0 # Mehak 2018-04-22 16:23
Q. 37?
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