Part I Writing (30 minute)
On Students Choosing Lecturers
Nowadays, some universities give students the right to choose who teaches some of their classes. This has led to some debate over whether students should be given this much power.
There are several factors that students consider when choosing a lecturer, including the teaching style of the lecturer, the lecturer's academic background, and the lecturer's reputation among students. The ideal lecturer is one who has an interesting teaching style, a diverse academic background, and a good reputation among students.
There are both positive and negative aspects to allowing students to choose their lecturers. Giving students the choice encourages them to take ownership for their classes, and also puts pressure on teachers to improve their teaching quality.
However, the factors that students consider might not be the ones that lead to the highest quality of education. Schools might end up with lecturers who teach interesting classes without much content.
Part II Reading Comprehension (Skimming and Scanning)
1. N 2. Y 3.Y 4. Y 5. N 6. NG 7. N
8. personal freedom of mobility
9. 75 percent
10. his vision and leadership
Part III Listening Comprehension
Part IV Reading Comprehension
47. P phenomenon
48. B strength
49. E tropical
50. L bringing
51. K starvation
52. J destructive
53. N worth
54. A estimate
55. O strike
56. I completely
Part V Cloze
Part VI Translation
87. finding the way to the history museum
88.In order to support my university studies (to finance my education)
89. we hand in our research report(s)
90. the more confused I am
91. he was fired by the company