Level 6 Entrance Exam

18 Questions | Total Attempts: 61

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Entrance Exam Quizzes & Trivia

This is part II of the level 6 entrance exam. The first part is an oral interview.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    My name _______ John.  I have __________ in Philadelphia _____ ten years.
    • A. 

      Is, live, in

    • B. 

      Is, lived, for

    • C. 

      Are, lived, for

    • D. 

      Are, lived, in

  • 2. 
    John and I __________ friends.
    • A. 

      Are

    • B. 

      Is

    • C. 

      Am

  • 3. 
    Buy is to bought just as forget is to _____________.
    • A. 

      Forgot

    • B. 

      Forgotten

    • C. 

      Forgeted

    • D. 

      Forgetting

  • 4. 
    Next week I __________ go to New York city.
    • A. 

      Am

    • B. 

      Is

    • C. 

      Will

    • D. 

      Go

  • 5. 
    Grow, grew, grownhear, heard, heardride, rode, riddensing, ______, sung
    • A. 

      Sing

    • B. 

      Sung

    • C. 

      Sang

    • D. 

      Sings

  • 6. 
    Steal, stole, stolenspeak, spoke, spoken_______, swam, swum
    • A. 

      Swam

    • B. 

      Swoom

    • C. 

      Swummy

    • D. 

      Swim

  • 7. 
    Take, took, takenwrite, wrote, writtenstand, stood, stoodteach, _________, __________
    • A. 

      Teached, taught

    • B. 

      Teaced, teached

    • C. 

      Taught, taught

    • D. 

      Taught, teached

  • 8. 
    I ____________ here since I was 22.
    • A. 

      Have worked

    • B. 

      Worked

    • C. 

      Have work

  • 9. 
    • A. 

      Have gone

    • B. 

      Went

    • C. 

      Has gone

  • 10. 
    Christopher has _____________ played that game.
    • A. 

      No

    • B. 

      Never

    • C. 

      Ever

  • 11. 
    Kim has been gone ___________ this morning.
    • A. 

      For

    • B. 

      Since

    • C. 

      Yet

  • 12. 
    They _______ gotten caught in traffic.
    • A. 

      Must of

    • B. 

      Must have

    • C. 

      Must had

  • 13. 
    ____________ you ever visited the White House in Washington DC?
    • A. 

      Has

    • B. 

      Had

    • C. 

      Have

  • 14. 
    The President ______________ for office twice before he was elected.
    • A. 

      Had run

    • B. 

      Has run

    • C. 

      Have run

  • 15. 
    If they ___________ the entire book, they wouldn't have failed the quiz.
    • A. 

      Read

    • B. 

      Had read

    • C. 

      Have read

    • D. 

      Has read

  • 16. 
    Write a story about how your life has been different since you moved to Philadelphia in one to three paragraphs.
  • 17. 
    “Whoa! Stop! Stop! Stop, dammit! S…T…O…P!” Noah was astounded. His heart was racing. Webster, Noah's 18-year-old driving student, had just run a red light. Instead of stopping at the light, and then making a right turn after traffic had gone by, Webster had gone straight through the red light while two northbound cars were approaching the intersection. Luckily, both cars were driving slowly enough that they were able to brake. Webster, at the last second, managed to turn north. Otherwise, he would have collided into the southbound traffic on Allen. After turning north on Allen, Webster stopped the car. “What are you doing?! What are you doing?! You can’t stop here—go, go, go! We’re going to get rear-ended! Get moving!” Webster had stopped the car because he was confused and rattled. Noah's yelling certainly didn’t help matters. Webster slowly accelerated. Noah told him to move to the right lane when it was safe. Webster turned on the signal, looked around at the right rear to make sure no one was in his blind spot, and got into the right lane. At Orange Grove, Webster signaled again and made a right turn. Noah told him to pull over to the curb. Webster parked the car. “Webster, I’m sorry I yelled at you, but you cannot run a red light! When you’re moving forward, you’ve always got to be looking at what’s in front of you. You make a turn after you make sure the light or traffic permits you to. We could both be in the hospital right now. But we’re okay, thank the Lord. And no cop was around, so we’re double-okay. So, let’s just take a breather, and when you’re ready, we’ll get back on the road. And from now on, when I say stop or brake, do so immediately!” Using your own words summarize the story in three to six sentences
  • 18. 
    Japan’s Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa resigned on Tuesday, causing great damage to the Japanese government. There was an enormous amount of pressure for Nakagawa to step down after he appeared to be drunk at an international meeting. He looked extremely sleepy at a Group of Seven news conference in Rome. He slurred his words and could hardly keep his eyes open. He even appeared to fall asleep at one point. Nakagawa denied being drunk. He said an unfortunate combination of a sip of wine and his cold medicine made him very drowsy. His explanation was not enough for Japan’s opposition politicians, who immediately called for his resignation. This is a huge blow for Japan’s Prime Minister Taro Aso in an election year.Do you feel that Politician's should behave like role models?  Why was this politicians behavior embarrassing and unacceptable?