Test 2


PART 1   Questions 1-10

Complete the notes below.

Write ONE WORD AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.

Copying photos to digital format

 Name of company: Picturerep


  • Maximum size of photos is 30 cm. minimum size 4cm
  • Photos must not be in a  or an album.


  • The cost for 360 photos is 2 £  (including one disk).
  • Before the completed order is sent,  is required.

 Services included in the price

  • Photos can be placed in a folder, e.g. with the name
  • The and contrast can be improved if necessary
  • Photos which are very fragile will be scanned by

 Special restore service (costs extra)

  • It may be possible to remove an object from a photo, or change the
  • A photo which is not correctly in  cannot be fixed.

 Other information

  • Orders are completed within
  • Send the photos in a box (not 10 )


PART 2    Questions 11-20 

Questions 11-15

Choose the correct letter, A, B or C.

11 Dartfield House school used to be

 a tourist information centre.

 a private home.

 a local council building

12 What is planned with regard to the lower school?

 All buildings on the main site will be improved.

 The lower school site will be used for new homes.

 Additional school buildings will be constructed on the lower school site.

13 The catering has been changed because of

 long queuing times

 changes to the school timetable.

 dissatisfaction with the menus.

14 Parents are asked to

 help their children to decide in advance which serving point to use.

 make sure their children have enough money for food.

 advise their children on healthy food to eat.

15 What does the speaker say about the existing canteen?

 Food will still be served there.

 Only staff will have access to it.

 Pupils can take their food into it.


Questions 16-18

What comment does the speaker make about each of the following serving points in the Food Hall?

Choose THREE answers from the box and write the correct letter, A-D, next to Questions 16-18


 A pupils help to plan menus

 only vegetarian food

 different food every week

 D daily change in menu

Food available at serving points in Food Hall

16 World Adventures   

17 Street Life   

18 Speedy Italian   


Questions 19 and 20

Choose TWO letters, A-E

Which TWO optional after-school lessons are new?

 A swimming




 theatre sound and lighting


PART 3  Questions 21-30

Questions 21-24

Choose the correct letter, A, B or C

Assignment on sleep and dreams

21 Luke read that one reason why we often forget dreams is that

 our memories cannot cope with too much information.

 we might otherwise be confused about what is real.

 we do not think they are important.

22 What do Luke and Susie agree about dreams predicting the future?

 It may just be due to chance.

 It only happens with certain types of event.

 It happens more often than some people think.

23 Susie says that a study on pre-school children having a short nap in the day

 had controversial results

 used faulty research methodology

 failed to reach any clear conclusions.

24 In their last assignment, both students had problems with

 statistical analysis

 making an action plan.



Questions 25-30

Complete the flow chart below.

Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.

Assignment plan

 Decide on research questions:

Is there a relationship between hours of sleep and number of dreams?


Decide on sample:

Twelve students from the 25  department


Decide on methodology:



Decide on procedure:

Answers on 26 


Check ethical guidelines for working with 27 

Ensure that risk is assessed and 28  is kept to a minimum


Analyse the results

Calculate the correlation and make a 29 


30  the research


PART 4  Questons 31-40

Complete the notes below.

Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.

Health benefits of dance

 Recent findings

  • All forms of dance produce various hormones associated with feelings of happiness.
  • Dancing with others has a more positive impact than dancing alone.
  • An experiment on university students suggested that dance increases 31 
  • For those with mental illness, dance could be used as a form of 32 

 Benefits of dance for older people:

  • accessible for people with low levels of 33  
  • reduces the risk of heart diseases
  • better 34  reduces the risk of accidents
  • improves 35  function by making it work faster
  • improves participants' general well-being
  • gives people more 36  to take exercise
  • can lessen the feeling of 37  , very common in older people

 Benefits of Zumba:

  • A study at The University of Wisconsin showed that doing Zumba for 40 minutes uses up as many 38  as other quite intense forms of exercise.
  • The American Journal of Health Behavior study showed that:
    • women suffering from 39  benefited from doing Zumba.
    • Zumba became a 40  for the participants