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Graduate Study Entrance Tests

Graduate Study Entrance Tests

Test format: New, Full

Total questions: 60

Total time: 60 minutes

Register required to test: No

Register required to save scores: Yes

Full statistics: Yes

Sample Certificate: Yes

Print: Yes

Cost: Free


This is a sample Graduate Study Entrance Test. The test contains 60 questions for all candidates. You have 60 minutes to complete this test. Your answers and scores will be saved and calculated automatically. You can review your result after finishing the test.


Part 1. Complete the sentences with choices provided. You should choose the best answer for each of the given questions. This part has 20 questions.

For example:

Well, I think it is and I ....... it's an impossible question to answer.


a. deliver

b. reckon

c. report

d. realize

You choose the correct answer b then save your answer.

Part 2. Reading comprehension. You will read a passage and then choose one answer for each of the given questions.

Part 3. Error Recognition. Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

For example:

Some butterflies flies more than 3000 kilometers on their journey to the south.

a. Some

b. flies

c. more than

d. on


You choose the correct answer b then save your answer.

Part 4. Gap filling. Choose the correct word for each of the gaps.

For example:

Nowadays, many of the huge factories and electricity generating stations (5)_________ to function if there was no coal.


a. were unable

b. would be unable

c. will be unable

d. are unable


You choose the correct answer b in the gap (5) then save your answer.

Part 5. Same meaning. Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.

For example:

"If I were you, I wouldn't go," he said.


a. He told me to stay with him.

b. He asked me not to go.

c. He advised me against going.

d. He advised me never to go


You choose the correct answer c then save your answer.


Part 6. Phonetics. Find the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others.