IELTS Listening Multiple Choice Questions | Example 4
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|Woman: Registrar’s office. This is Pam.
Man: Yes. Hello, I’m calling about enrolling to study at the university. This is the right number?
Woman: Yes. This is Michford University admissions; what would you like to know?
Man: Well, basically, I need to know what I have to do to be enrolled as a student. You see, I’m currently studying education at another school. I’ve just finished my first year, but I’m not really enjoying it. I think I’m more interested in accounting. My dad teaches maths, so I thought it might be a good choice. Well, better than business anyway.
Woman: Okay. Okay. Have you received a registration pack?
Man: No. How can I get one of those?
Woman: Well, you’ve got to have one to register. You can enroll at the university at any time after you receive a registration pack. These are usually available from September for first-year and transfer students and from November for returning students. On the basis of the information contained in the registration pack, you should attempt to make a firm choice about which courses to study, before completing your form.
Man: I see. So, I’ve only got a month to get my registration packing. Can you send me one?
Woman: Sure. If you’re close to a high school, the registration pack and university prospectus are available from the careers adviser. Would that be helpful?
Man: Well the closest school is too far away and I haven’t got a car. Are there any other ways you can send it to me?
Woman: Well, for prospective students who have already left school, the registration pack and prospectus are available from the university information line, but that might not be of help for you?
Man: No, not really.
Woman: Okay. I’ll tell you what, why don’t you give me your contact details and I’ll send a pack out to you. At least that would be a start.
Man: Okay, sounds good.
Choose answers from letters A-D and write answers next to questions 1-5.
1.What is the man currently studying?
- Why did the man want to enroll in Michford university?
- Because he didn’t like his previous school
- Because the university offers accounting subject
- Because he was interested in maths
- None of the above
- When can the man enroll in the university?
- After September
- After collecting a registration pack
- After submitting the transfer certificate
- None of the above
- When is the registration pack available for the returning students?
- Between September and November
- From where can the man acquire the registration pack and university prospectus?
- University website
- University helpline number
- Career advisor in the nearby school
- All of the above
2. Because the university offers accounting subject
3. After collecting the registration pack
5. Career advisor in the nearby school
|For the first question, we come to know from the conversation that currently, the man completed his first-year of studying business. So, the right answer is C. Business.
For the second question, we understand from the conversation that the man wants to enroll in Michford University as he was interested in pursuing accounting as a subject that the university offers. So, the right answer is B. Because the university offers accounting subject.
For the third question, we come to know that the man will be able to enroll in the Michford University at any time after he receives the registration pack. So, the right answer is B. After collecting a registration pack. Here, receiving means collecting.
For the fourth question, we understand from the conversation that the registration pack to enroll in the university will be available from September for the first-year and transfer students and in November for the returning students. So, the right answer is B. November.
For the fifth question, we understand from the conversation that the man can receive the university prospectus and registration pack from the career advisers in the nearby school. So, the right answer is C. Career advisors in the nearby school. Here, closest refers to nearby.
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