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High School Final Test

High School Final Test

Test format: New, Full

Total questions: 50

Total time: 60 minutes

 

Register required to save scores: Yes

Full statistics: Yes

Sample Certificate: Yes

Print: Yes

Cost: Free

This is a sample High School Final Test. The test contains 50 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.

Instructions:

Part 1. Complete the sentences with choices provided. You should choose the best answer for each of the given questions. This part has 25 questions.

For example:

The possibility of being sued is..........of construction companies.

 

a. often the greatest fear

b. often the fear greatest

c. the greatest often fear

d. the often greatest fear

You choose the correct answer a 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. Phonetics. Find the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others.

For example:

a. begun

b. funny

c. upwards

d. autumn

You choose the correct answer d then save your answer.

Part 4. Error Recognition. Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

For example:

Richard leaves at home at about half past eight, with his schoolbag under his arm.

a. at

b. about

c. with

d. under

You choose the correct answer a then save your answer.

Part 5. Gap filling. Choose the correct word for each of the gaps.

For example:

Acid rain (4)________ polluted as many as 18,000 lakes and our seas and rivers are polluted with waste products.

 

a. will

b. has

c. would

d. is

You choose the correct answer b in the gap (4) then save your answer.

Sample TOEIC Tests

Sample TOEIC Tests

Test format: New format, short form

Total questions: 80

Total time: 60 minutes

 

Register required to save scores: Yes

Full statistics: Yes

Sample Certificate: Yes

Print: Yes

Cost: Free

Section I: Listening Test

Part I: Picture Description

Part II: Questions and Responses

Part III: Short Conversations

Part IV: Short Talks


Section II: Reading Test

Part V: Incomplete Sentences

Complete the sentences with choices provided. You should choose the one word or phrase that best completes the sentence.

For example:

If you wait until the twelfth, the president ..... for two days by then.

 

a. has been waiting

b. has waited

c. will have been waiting

d. was waiting

You choose the correct answer c then save your answer.

Part VI: Incomplete Texts

Error Recognition. Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

For example:

Jeff and Gloria went to pick out carpeting and decoration, including furnitures for the new VIP lounge that was opening on the third floor.

 

a. went to pick out

b. including furnitures

c. lounge

d. was opening

You choose the correct answer b then save your answer.

Part VII: Reading Comprehension

Answer all questions following each reading selection on the basis of what is stated or implied in that selection. You should choose the best answer for each question.

For example:

What does the ad recommend the facility be used for?

 

a. Product development

b. Market research

c. Light manufacturing

d. Distribution

You choose the correct answer d then save your answer.


Your answers and scores will be saved and calculated automatically. You can review your result after finishing the test.

 

University Entrance Tests

University Entrance Tests

Test format: New, Full

Total questions: 80

Total time: 90 minutes

Register required to test: No

Register required to save scores: Yes

Full statistics: Yes

Sample Certificate: Yes

Print: Yes

Cost: Free

 

The test contains 80 questions for all candidates. You have 90 minutes to complete this test. Your answers and scores will be saved and calculated automatically. You can review your result after finishing the test.

Instructions:

Part 1. Complete the sentences with choices provided. You should choose the best answer for each of the given questions. This part has 30 questions.

For example:

He hurried _______ he wouldn't be late for class.

 

a. since

b. as if

c. unless

d. so that

You choose the correct answer d 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:

Tom's very good at science when his brother is absolutely hopeless.

a. at science

b. when

c. is

d. absolutely

 

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:

These work on rechargeable batteries, which allow an (5)______ of up to 80 minutes' conversation.

 

a. amount

b. account

c. activity

d. average

You choose the correct answer d 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:

"Cigarette?" he asked. "No, thanks." I said.

 

a. He asked for a cigarette, and I immediately refused.

b. He mentioned a cigarette, so I thanked him.

c. He offered me a cigarette, but I promptly declined.

d. He asked if I was smoking, and I denied at once.

 

You choose the correct answer c then save your answer.

Part 6. Complete the sentences with choices provided. You should choose the best answer for each of the given questions.

For example:

Jack/ recover/ quickly/ his serious illness

 

a. Jack was recovered very quickly from his serious illness.

b. Jack has recovered quite quickly from his serious illness.

c. Jack will recover quite quickly after his serious illness.

d. Jack recovered more quickly over his serious illness.

You choose the correct answer b then save your answer.

 

Part 7. Main stress. Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.

 

For example:

a. writer

b. teacher

c. builder

d. career

You choose the correct answer d then save your answer.