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  1. 演 繹 推 理 (8 題)

    答 題 指 示

    請 根 據 以 下 短 文 的 內 容 , 選 出 一 個 或 一 組 推 論 。 請 假 定 短 文 的 內 容 都 是 正 確 的 。

    例 題

    龍 門 鎮 中 的 每 一 個 人 都 是 亞 華 的 親 戚 , 亞 華 只 有 一 個 兒 子 , 銘 希 在 龍 門 鎮 裡 生 活 , 志 南 是 亞 華 的 丈 夫 。 由 此 可 推 論 :

    A 銘 希 是 亞 華 的 女 兒 。
    B 亞 華 生 活 在 龍 門 鎮 裡
    C 銘 希 是 亞 華 的 親 戚 。
    D 志 南 生 活 在 龍 門 鎮 裡 。

    答 案 :C

    短 文 第 三 句 指 出 銘 希 在 龍 門 鎮 裡 生 活 , 而 從 第 一 句 可 知 道 銘 希 是 亞 華 的 親 戚 。

  2. Verbal Reasoning (English) (6 questions)

    Directions :

    In this test, each passage is followed by three statements (the questions). You have to assume what is stated in the passage is true and decide whether the statements are either:

    True
    (Box A)
    The statement is already made or implied in the passage, or follows logically from the passage.
       
    False
    (Box B)
    The statement contradicts what is said, implied by, or follows logically from the passage.
       
    Can't tell
    (Box C)
    There is insufficient information in the passage to establish whether the statement is true or false.

    Examples :

    Researchers have successfully mapped the genetic code of the mouse and have generously elected to make their findings available to scientists everywhere. A genetic model of the mouse is of benefit to researchers because it is believed that one hundred million years ago, both mice and humans shared a common rodent-like ancestor. This makes mice ideal substitutes for humans in genetic studies. Therefore, the mouse is one of the most useful animals for studying cancer and other diseases.

    1. The research findings show that humans and mice once had a common ancestor.

      Answer : B

      The first sentence in the passage states that successful mapping of the genetic code of mouse is the research result. From the second sentence of the passage, it is known that the sharing of a common rodent-like ancestor between mice and humans is a general belief. It is therefore a “false” statement.

    2. It is likely that these findings, due to a similar shared genetic code, will result in research that will lead to the eradication of cancer.

      Answer : C

      There is insufficient information in the passage to establish how useful this research will ultimately be.

  3. Data Sufficiency Test (8 questions)

    Directions :

    In this test, you are required to choose a combination of clues to solve a problem.

    Example :

    John, Jack, Joseph and Jordan participated in a running race. Only the winner finished the race in 10 minutes. Which TWO pieces of information can tell you who the winner was?

    (1) John finished the race in 16 minutes.

    (2) Joseph finished the race earlier than Jack by 2 minutes.

    (3) Jack finished the race later than Jordan by 4 minutes.

    (4) Jordan finished the race earlier than John by 6 minutes.

    (5) John finished the race later than Joseph by 4 minutes.

    A (1) and (2)
    B (1) and (4)
    C (2) and (3)
    D (2) and (5)
    E (3) and (4)

    Answer : B

    The winner finished the race in 10 minutes. Statements (1) and (4) will tell you that Jordan can finish the race in 10 minutes. The correct answer is therefore B.

  4. Numerical Reasoning (5 questions)

    Directions :

    Each question is a sequence of numbers with one or two numbers missing. You have to figure out the logical order of the sequence to find out the missing number(s).

    Example :

    2 6 10 ? 18 22 ?

    A 12 24
    B 14 26
    C 16 28
    D 18 30
    E 20 32

    Answer : B

    It is a mathematical sequence with each number increasing by 4. The first missing number is 10 + 4 which is 14, and the second missing number is 22 + 4 which is 26. The answer is therefore B.

  5. Interpretation of Tables and Graphs (8 questions)

    Directions :

    This is a test on reading and interpretation of data presented in tables and graphs.

    Examples :

    Unemployment by Age Group

    Age group
    Year
    1992
    1993
    1994
    1995
    1996
    1997
    1998
    1999
    2000
    15 - 19
    8.8
    (6.6%)
    7.5
    (5.7%)
    5.5
    (4.4%)
    7.4
    (6.2%)
    9.2
    (8.1%)
    6.8
    (6.6%)
    7.7
    (8.1%)
    7.2
    (8.5%)
    10.2
    (12.7%)
    20 - 29
    20.2
    (2.1%)
    17.5
    (1.9%)
    14.5
    (1.6%)
    15.8
    (1.8%)
    19.3
    (2.3%)
    22.3
    (2.7%)
    22.7
    (2.7%)
    21.3
    (2.5%)
    33.5
    (4.0%)
    30 - 39
    8.1
    (1.1%)
    6.1
    (0.8%)
    4.4
    (0.6%)
    5.9
    (0.7%)
    9.5
    (1.1%)
    12.0
    (1.4%)
    11.9
    (1.3%)
    13.1
    (1.3%)
    23.4
    (2.3%)
    40 - 49
    4.1
    (1.0%)
    3.1
    (0.7%)
    2.4
    (0.5%)
    3.9
    (0.8%)
    6.7
    (1.3%)
    7.4
    (1.3%)
    7.3
    (1.3%)
    9.0
    (1.4%)
    18.5
    (2.7%)
    50 - 59
    4.6
    (1.4%)
    2.7
    (0.8%)
    2.2
    (0.7%)
    2.9
    (1.0%)
    4.5
    (1.5%)
    4.9
    (1.7%)
    5.6
    (1.8%)
    5.4
    (1.8%)
    9.8
    (3.2%)
    60 or over
    1.5
    (0.9%)
    0.9
    (0.6%)
    0.6
    (0.4%)
    0.8
    (0.5%)
    1.0
    (0.6%)
    1.3
    (0.8%)
    1.6
    (1.2%)
    1.3
    (1.0%)
    2.2
    (1.7%)
    Overall
    47.3
    (1.7%)
    37.8
    (1.4%)
    29.6
    (1.1%)
    36.7
    (1.3%)
    50.2
    (1.8%)
    54.7
    (1.9%)
    56.8
    (2.0%)
    57.3
    (1.9%)
    97.6
    (3.2%)

    Note:

    (1) Figures in bold type are the numbers of unemployed persons in thousands in the labour force and figures in brackets are the corresponding unemployment rates.
    (2) Unemployment rate refers to the proportion of unemployed persons in the labour force.
    It is calculated as:

    number of unemployed persons of a particular age group   X 100%
    size of labour force of the same age group

    1. During the period from 1992 to 2000, which age group consistently had the highest unemployment rate?

      A 15-19
      B 20-29
      C 30-39
      D 40-49
      E 50-59

      Answer : A

      Percentages in the brackets were the corresponding unemployment rates. By comparing the rates of different age groups in the same year, the age group of 15-19 was consistently the highest. The answer is A.

    2. Estimate the total number of persons in the labour force in 1999.

      A 1,090,000
      B 3,020,000
      C 3,050,000
      D 3,130,000
      E 5,720,000

      Answer : B

      The total number of unemployed persons in 1999 was 57,300 which constituted 1.9% of the overall labour force. The total number of persons in the labour force was 57,300 ÷ 1.9% = 3,015,789. The answer is B.

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