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This test will let you know if you are a Maladaptive daydreamer or not. It is not a diagnostic test. Please consult with a professional if you have any concerns about your daydreaming. So, without further ado, let's get...

Questions: 13  |  Attempts: 93386   |  Last updated: Jun 17, 2020
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    Do you ever spend hours doing nothing but daydreaming? 

Unless you aim to pursue a career in mathematics and science, having a good base knowledge for numbers isn’t always going to be a huge deal for you. Regardless of your chosen paths in life, however, possessing the ability...

Questions: 16  |  Attempts: 4719   |  Last updated: Mar 26, 2019
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    Divide 4680 by 10

KS3 Science Diagnostic Test, suitable for pupils in Yr8 and Yr9.

Questions: 30  |  Attempts: 2261   |  Last updated: Dec 14, 2012
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    What do animal and plant cells have in common?

Molecular genetics is the branch of biology in which the scientific study of the structure and function of genes are done at a molecular level and engages methods of both molecular biology and genetics. To understand and diagnose...

Questions: 9  |  Attempts: 709   |  Last updated: May 6, 2019
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    To detect large deletions use

  Before you begin "Activating Emapthy: A Roadmap to Changemaker Classrooms" we ask that you answer some questions about your school. If you do not work in a school, answer the questions to the best of your...

Questions: 828  |  Attempts: 1288   |  Last updated: Mar 10, 2016
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    The majority of my students demonstrate control over their emotions.
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I ……. in the production department
Normally work-normally work is correct because in this sentence the present simple verb tense needs to be used to talk about something that is generally true. am normally working is an example of the present progressive, which is used to talk about
We’ll come and see the new production line when we …… to England again.
Come-the speaker is talking about a future visit to see the new production line, but uses a the present simple (come) to do this. why? the answer is that after the word when we use the present simple and not a future tense. clearly, this only applies
If we ……. the right figures, we would have avoided a costly error.
Had had-this is a like question 11, except that here the speaker is talking about the past rather than the present. the speaker is talking about a situation that is hypothetical. the reality is the company didnt have the figures and so the mistake wa
I look forward ……. from you soon.
To hearing-in this sentence there are two verbs. can you recognise them? well the first verb is to look forward to and the second verb is of course to hear. one problem here is to recognise that the preposition to belongs to the first verb and is not
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