HAZIRLIK ATLAMA SORULARINA ÖRNEKLER

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Passage 57. About thirty-six per cent of the freshmen entering a large New York university are dismissed during or at the end of the first year. Studies indicate that this alarming rate of failure is due to a variety of causes, some of which are beyond the control of the student. Among these are inadequate academic and personal counselling services, inferior quality of  instruction in very large freshman classes, and the computerized anonymity of most administrative procedures. However, many of the causes of early student failure can be traced to non-adaptive behaviour on the part of the student himself. Mark the best choice     6.  Which of the following is true?  





Passage 57About thirty-six per cent of the freshmen entering a large New York university are dismissed during or at the end of the first year. Studies indicate that this alarming rate of failure is due to a variety of causes, some of which are beyond the control of the student. Amongthese are inadequate academic and personal counselling services, inferior quality of  instruction in very large freshman classes, and thecomputerized anonymity of most administrative procedures. However, many of the causes of early student failure can be traced to non-adaptive behaviour on the part of the student himself. Mark the best choice          7.   What does these in the phrase among these (Line 4) refer to?        





Passage 57. About thirty-six per cent of the freshmen entering a large New York university are dismissed during or at the end of the first year. Studies indicate that this alarming rate of failure is due to a variety of causes, some of which are beyond the control of the student. Amongthese are inadequate academic and personal counselling services, inferior quality of  instruction in very large freshman classes, and thecomputerized anonymity of most administrative procedures. However, many of the causes of early student failure can be traced to non-adaptive behaviour on the part of the student himself. Mark the best choice            8.   What fact does computerized anonymity (Line 5) refer to?





Passage 57About thirty-six per cent of the freshmen entering a large New York university are dismissed during or at the end of the first year. Studies indicate that this alarming rate of failure is due to a variety of causes, some of which are beyond the control of the student. Amongthese are inadequate academic and personal counselling services, inferior quality of  instruction in very large freshman classes, and thecomputerized anonymity of most administrative procedures. However, many of the causes of early student failure can be traced to non-adaptive behaviour on the part of the student himself. Mark the best choice           9.   What does anonymity (Line 5) mean?      





Passage 57. About thirty-six per cent of the freshmen entering a large New York university are dismissed during or at the end of the first year. Studies indicate that this alarming rate of failure is due to a variety of causes, some of which are beyond the control of the student. Amongthese are inadequate academic and personal counselling services, inferior quality of  instruction in very large freshman classes, and thecomputerized anonymity of most administrative procedures. However, many of the causes of early student failure can be traced to non-adaptive behaviour on the part of the student himself. Mark the best choice          10. According to the writer, most of the causes for student failure have something to do with __________.  







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