Mock Test 3.2 | General Reading

READING PASSAGE 2

You should spend about 20 minutes on Questions 15-25, which are based on Reading Passage 2 below.

 

Community College Courses


COURSE  A
If you have no previous experience with computers, or you have some gaps in your knowledge of the basics, then this is an appropriate course for you. This course will give you a thorough grounding in the fundamental concepts of computing common to all computers. It is a practical “hands-on” course that looks at how a computer operates and how the programs work. Using three of the most widely used programs in business, you will learn the basics of word processing, spreadsheets and databases. [Crack IELTS with Rob] By the completion of the course, you will be productive at a basic level and competent to progress to the elementary level of any of the specialised programs. No previous computer skills assumed.
2 days
Fee: $279
25045 Wed/Thurs 12, 13 April 9.15 am-5.15 pm
25006 Tues/Wed 30, 31 May 9.15 am-5.15 pm


COURSE    B
In dealing with your customers you are in a position of great importance. Your abilities directly influence the company’s bottom line. This course will look at ways to revitalise the customer contact skills you already have and add many more. Learn ways to improve your communication with customers, at all levels; techniques to use with difficult customers, how to confidently handle complaints and keep your cool in stressful situations. Most importantly, you will learn to build goodwill and trust with your customers. [Crack IELTS with Rob] Course notes, lunch and refreshments provided.
Joshua Smith
Fee: $145
25026 Sat 20 May 9.00 am- 4.00 pm


COURSE   C
Everything you need to know before purchasing or starting a coffee shop, tearooms or small restaurant. A useful course for all aspiring owners, managers, and employees of these small businesses to assist them in ensuring they don’t make expensive mistakes and that their customers return again and again… Bring lunch. [Crack IELTS with Rob] Notes and manual available (if required) for $25 from Tutor.
Sarah Bridge
Fee: $55 (no concession)
25252 Sat 6 May 10.00 am- 3.00 pm


COURSE   D
This course covers three areas of business communication:
Interpersonal Communication
Telephone Skills
Business Writing Skills
Learning Outcomes: At the end of the course participants will be able to effectively: Plan and write workplace documents in plain English; gather, record and convey information using the telephone and in a face-to-face situation; interact with clients within and external to the workplace about routine matters using the telephone and face-to-face contact. [Crack IELTS with Rob] An excellent course for those entering or returning to the workforce. A Statement of Competency is issued if the assessment requirements are successfully completed.
Douglass McDougall
Fee: $135
25021 Wed 3 May-21 June 7.00-9.00 pm


COURSE  E
Are you hating work, wanting a different job, needing a change or wanting a promotion? Come along to a new two-day program for women. We will explore your work goals and what holds you back, your fears in a work environment and how you handle them, your image and what it says to others, your communication style and what it says. [Crack IELTS with Rob] You will develop more confidence to make changes, get clearer about what you want and have the courage to act. It is a relaxed, informative and fun workshop with lots of practical tips!
Sophie Bradley
Fee $199
25036 Sun 18, 25 June 9.30 am – 4.30 pm

 

Questions 15 - 19

Matching the titles from Passage 2.

Choose the title which best fits each course, A-E, in Passage 2.

Write the number, i-ix, in boxes 15-19 on your answer sheet.

 

NB:    There are more titles than you will need.

 

List of titles

i           managing expansion in your restaurant

ii          making career changes for women

iii         effective workplace communication

iv         exceptional customer service

v          advanced computing skills

vi         communicating effectively

vii        introductory computer skills

viii       restaurant management for non-managers

ix         business writing course

 

  • 15. Course A  

    vii
  • 16. Course B  

    iv
  • 17. Course C  

    i
  • 18. Course D  

    iii
  • 19. Course E  

    ii

Questions 20 -24

From the information about the courses in Passage 2, answer Questions 20 – 24.

Writing the appropriate letters, A-E, in boxes 20-24 on your answer sheet.

 

20. Which course is not specifically related to people’s jobs?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E

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21. In which course are men not invited to participate?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E

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22. Which TWO courses have course notes to go with them?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E

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23. Which course will deal with writing skills?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E

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24. Which course is on at night?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E

Question 25

Three of the courses specifically cover the same subject.

Choose the subject from the list (A-F) below to answer Question 25.

Write the correct letter, A-F, in box 25 on your answer sheet.

 

List of subjects

A      Writing skills
    Computers
C      Communication
D      Finance
    Work goals
F      Management
 
  • 25. Name of subject: 

    C

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