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INSTRUCTIONS FOR WRITING THE TEST

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This is a mock UMAT Full Length Test comprising 122 questions from the three different sections, Logical Reasoning and Problem So lving, Understanding People and Non -Verbal Reasoning.

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Total Test duration is 165 minutes i.e. 2 hours 45 minutes. You must follow the follow timing pattern for each section – Section 1 Section 2 Section 3 44 questions 65 minutes 40 questions 50 minutes 38 questions 50 minutes

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No marks are deducted for wrong answers. So students are advised to move on quickly without wasting too much time on one question.

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SECTION 1

Logical Reasoning and Problem Solving

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For each question, decide which answer is correct based onl y on the information gi ven.

Question 1 In the aftermath of a worldwide stock-market crash, Country T claimed that the severity of the stock-market crash it experienced resulted from the accelerated process of denationalisation of many of its industries which occured shortly before the crash. 1 Which of the following, if it could be carried out, would be most useful for the evaluation of Country T ‟s assessment of the causes of the severity of its stock-market crash? A B C D Calculating the average loss experienced by individual traders in Country T during the crash. Using economic theory for predicting the next possible date of crash in Country T. Co mparing the total number of shares sold during the worst days of the crash in Country T to the total number of shares sold in Country T just prior to the crash. Co mparing the severity of the crash in Country T with those countries that are economically similar to Country T and have not experienced recent denationalisation.

Question 2 Kale has more nutritional value than spinach. But since collard greens have more nutritional value than lettuce, it follows that kale has more nutrit ional value than lettuce. 2 Any of the following, if introduced into the argument as an additional premise, makes the above argument logically correct EXCEPT A B C D collard greens have mo re nutritional value than kale. spinach has more nutrit ional value than lettuce. spinach has more nutrit ional value than collard greens. spinach and collard greens have the same nutrit ional value.

Question 3 Although custom prosthetic bone replacements produced through a new computer-aided design process will cost more than twice as much as ordinary replacements, custom replacements should still be cost -effective. Not only will surgery and recovery time be reduced, but cus tom replacements should last longer, thereby, reducing the need for further hospital stays. 3 Which of the follo wing must be studied in order to evaluate the argument presented above? A B C D The amount of time a patient spends in surgery versus the amount of time spent recovering fro m surgery. The amount by which the cost of producing custom replacements has declined with the introduction of the new technique for producing them. The degree to which the use of custom replacements is likely to reduce the need for repeat surgery when compared with the use of ordinary rep lacements. The degree to which custom replacements are produced with the help of new technique is more carefully manufactured than the ordinary replacements.

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Productivity should be ascribed to the categories of workers. postal workers: they are often said to be more productive if more letters are delivered per postal worker. Consider.UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE Page 5 Question 4 Correct ly measuring the productivity of service workers is complex. Mammoth Industries plans to expand production of its own model of telephone.com.au. 5 What does the shaded region indicate? A Illiterate and unemployed farmers B Some unemp loyed farmers are rich and illiterate C Some rich farmers who are employed D All the rich who are not illiterate and are farmers Question 6 Sales of telephones have increased dramatically over the last year.com. for examp le. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie. The quality of services rendered can appropriately be ignored in co mputing produ ctivity.au] . the square stands for employed. [For reporting errors or discussing questions.au.com. The delivery of letters is the primary activ ity of the postal service. the triangle stands for farmers and the circle stands for the rich people. mail to support@prepgenie. while continuing its already extensive advertising of this product. But is this really true? What if more letters are lost or delayed per wo rker at the same t ime that more are delivered? 4 The objection implied above to the productivity measure described is based on doubts about the truth of which of the fo llowing statements? A B C D Postal workers are representative of service workers in general. not to individuals. © All rights reserved by prepgenie. In order to take advantage of this increase. Question 5 In the following diagram the rectangle stands for illiterate.

The proportion of inconclusive test results is equal for all laboratory t ests used to detect pironoma. mail to support@prepgenie. whereas the train will be guided mechanically. a false negative result indicates that people do not have pironoma when.com. Cars and buses are not as fast as the high-speed trains.UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE 6 Page 6 Which of the following. but few consumers know that Mammoth Industries owns this brand. Questions 9 and 10 According to the Tristate Transportation Authority. a false positive result indicates that people have pironoma when. it is essential to begin treatment as early as possible. 7 Which of the follo wing. Planes are not a free -wheel system because they can fly only between airports.au. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie. Question 7 In tests for pironoma. if true. which do not have fixed routes. and the plane. they do not. can fly anywhere. and planes require the efforts of drivers and pilots to guide them. physicians should use the laboratory test that has the lowest proportion of fals e positive results. and we live in a world that is spreading out in all directions and in which consumers choose the free -wheel systems (cars. buses. In treating pironoma patients. 8 Which of the follo wing. if true. making certain improvements to the main co mmuter rail line would increase ridership dramat ically. [For reporting errors or discussing questions.au] . The high-speed train line cannot use the underutilised train stations in big cit ies. To detect pironoma most accurately. a sufficient market for the train will not exist. © All rights reserved by prepgenie.au. Despite a slight decline in the retail price. g ives the most support to the above recommendation? A B C D The accepted treatment for pirono ma does not have damaging side effects. aircraft). sale of Mammoth Industries ‟ telephones have fallen in the last year. Question 8 The difficulty with the proposed high-speed train line is that a used plane can be bought for one-third the price of the train line. provides most support to the view that Mammoth Industries cannot increase its sales of telephones by adopting the plan outlined above? A B C D Although it sells all the telephones that it produces. which is just as fast.com. Advertising has made the brand name of Mammoth Industries ‟ telephones widely known. most severely weakens the argument presented above? A B C D Cars. All laboratory tests undertaken to detect pironoma have the same pro portion of false negative results. in fact.com. Thus. in fact. if true. which are less convenient for consumers than the high-speed train‟s stations. buses. The train would be a fi xed linear system. a serious disease. The authority plans to finance these improvements over the course of five years by raising automobile tolls on the two highway bridges along the route the rail line serves. as even a week of delay can result in loss of life. Mammoth Industries ‟ share of all telephone sales has declined over the last year. the authority ‟s plan for securing the necessary funds should be rejected because it would unfairly force drivers to absorb the entire cost of something fro m which they receive no benefit. Although the proposed improvements are indeed needed. Mammoth Industries‟ average inventory of telephones awaiting shipment to retailers has declined slightly over the last year. they do.

on being ingested by immature caterpillars. the authority must pay a private contractor to adjust the automated toll-collecting mach ines. Between the time a proposed toll increase is announced and the time the increase is actually put into effect. [For reporting errors or discussing questions. almost 20 percent of the regular commuter t raffic switched to a slightly longer alternative route that has since been improved.au] . if true. There are several industries in wh ich the ratio of research and development costs to revenues is higher than that of the pharmaceutical industry.com. Only when a caterpillar has grown to the right size for pupation to take place does a special enzyme halt the production of juvenile hormone. many commuters buy more tokens than usual to postpone the effects of the in crease. Any attempt to finance the imp rovements by raising rail fares will result in a decrease in ridership and so will be self-defeating. Whenever bridge tolls are increased. the average bridge toll in the Tristate region will remain less than the tolls charged in neighbouring states.com. Clin ical trials of new drugs.au. The roads along the route served by the rail line are h ighly congested and drivers benefit when commuters are d iverted fro m congested roadways to mass transit. often take as long as 10 years to be comp leted. would provide the authority with the strongest counter to the objection that its plan is unfair? A B C D Even with the proposed toll increase. the current 20 years of protection provided by patents should be extended in the case of newly developed drugs. it is required by law to hold public hearings where objections to the proposed increase can be raised. 11 Which of the following. 10 Which of the follo wing. would cast the most doubt on the effectiveness of the authority ‟s plan to finance the proposed improvements by increasing bridge tolls? A B C D Before the authority increases tolls on any of the area bridges.UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE 9 Page 7 Which of the following. The only alternative way of funding the proposed improvements now being considered is through a regional income tax surcharge. most strongly supports the pharmaceutical industry ‟s argument against the proposed changes? A B C D No industries other than the pharmaceutical industry have asked for an extension of the 20-year limit on patent protection. if true.com. provided they are sufficiently d issimilar to the patented drug. However. if true.au. When tolls were last increased on the two bridges in question. kill them by stopping them fro m feeding. a fact that indicates that the extension is unnecessary. mail to support@prepgenie. © All rights reserved by prepgenie. Question 12 Caterpillars of all species produce an identical hormone called “juvenile hormone” that maintains feeding behaviour. wh ich will affect the automobile co mmuters as well as the rail commuters. This enzy me can be synthesised and will. An existing patent for a drug does not legally prevent pharmaceutical co mpanies fro m bring ing alternative drugs to the market. Question 11 The pharmaceutical industry argues that because new drugs will not be developed unless heavy development costs can be recouped in later sales. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie. in other industries new-product development continues despite high development costs. which occur after the patent is granted and before the new drug ca n be marketed.

if true.com.com. Many agricultural pests do not go through a caterpillar stage.au. firms with PRP contracts in place showed productivity per worker on average 13 percent higher than that of their co mpetitors who used more tradit ional contracts. Because introducing PRP contracts greatly changes an individual worker ‟s relationship with the firm. such as plant. A female rat that has given birth shows maternal behaviour towards rat pups. more quickly than does a female rat that has never given birth. mail to support@prepgenie. machinery. This period can be considerably shortened by disabling the female ‟s sense of smell or by remov ing the scent-producing glands of the pup. wh ich of the following. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie. The development of a female rat‟s maternal interest in a rat pup that she did not bear is inhibited by the odour of the pup. Many firms in the metalworking industry have modernised production equipment in the last five years. 13 If. most strongly supports the view that it would NOT be advisable to try to eradicate agricultural pests that go through a caterpillar stage by spraying croplands with the en zyme mentioned above? A B C D Most species of caterpillar are subject to natural predation. make up an increased proportion of the total cost of each unit of output. Under PRP contracts costs other than labour costs. it is argued that PRP contracts increase worker productivity. and most of these introduced PRP contracts at the same time. Question 14 Adult female rats that have never before encountered rat pups will start to show maternal behaviours after being confined with a pup for about seven days. Since caterpillars of different species emerge at different times.au. In the metalworking industry last year. would most seriously weaken that argument? A B C D Results similar to those cited for the metalworking industry have been found in other industries where PRP contracts are used. several sprayings will be necessary. Question 13 Firms adopting “profit-related-pay” (PRP) contract pay wages at levels that vary with the firm‟s profits. that she did not bear. if true. on the basis of the given evidences. negotiating the introduction of PRP contracts is complex and time -consuming.UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE 12 Page 8 Which of the following. Many agriculturally beneficial insects go through a caterpillar stage.au] .com. 14 Which of the follo wing hypotheses best exp lains the contrast described above? A B C D The amount of scent produced by rat pups increases when they are in the presence of a female rat that did not bear them. and energy. © All rights reserved by prepgenie. Female rats that have given birth are more affected by olfactory cues than the female rats that have never given birth. [For reporting errors or discussing questions.

This maturity means a more stable network with robust features. but not France. which mobile group connection is preferable? A B C D CDMA GSM Both the technologies are equally suitable CDMA for local and GSM for roaming 16 A farmer. and other popular European destinations. and the network is not as mature as GSM.com. Increased efficiency.au. The availability of Subscriber Identity Modules. Simu ltaneous conversations.au. a large GSM advantage. [For reporting errors or discussing questions.beneficial to rural users situated far fro m cells. CDMA Increased cellular co mmunications security. Technology Advantage Disadvantage Due to its proprietary nature. CDMA will work in Asia. CDMA is relatively new. Low power requirements and little cell-to-cell coordination needed by operators.com. creating an unconscious preference. all of CDMA's flaws are not known to the engineering commun ity. 15 For a security group working on crime-control. Germany. wants to buy a mobile for keeping contact with his daughter in Sydney. the U.com.K. GSM's maturity means engineers cut their teeth on the technology. Which mobile technology will be more convenient for him? A B C D GSM CDMA Both are equally suitable for h im Depends on his daughter‟s mobile connection © All rights reserved by prepgenie. mail to support@prepgenie. Extended reach . It‟s costlier than CDMA technology. having started in the mid -80s. Lack of access to burgeoning American market. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie. GSM International roaming permits subscribers to use one phone throughout Western Europe. CDMA cannot offer international roaming. GSM is mature. mean ing that the carrier can serve more subscribers.au] .UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE Question 15 and 16 Page 9 The ultimate outcome of the battle for do minance between these two competing cellular data transmission technologies may lie more in their history than their respective merits. Smaller phones. in rural town of Western Australia. which are smart cards that provide secure data encryption give GSM m-co mmerce advantages.

500 years ago.au. there were surely Mayan settlements in Colha 4. According to the account of the fourth copyist. if true.au] . there are no known samples of the handwrit ing of the first three copyists. Archaeological evidence indicates that some of the oldest stone imp lements found at Colha were used to cut away vegetation after controlled burning of trees to open areas of swamp -land for cu ltivation. Recently. A scribe would be able to copy a page of text.500 -year-o ld stone agricultural imp lements were unearthed at Colha. These implements resemb le Mayan stone imp lements of a much later period. 4. is undated but contains clues to when it was produced. Carbon dating of corn pollen in Colha indicates that agriculture began there around 4. the plague went on for 10 months. Since a letter in handwriting identified as that of the fourth copyist mentions a plague that killed many people in Florence in 1148. the size and the style of Codex Berinensis in a day. Codex Berinensis was probably produced in that year.000 years old. the imp lements ‟ designs are strikingly different fro m the designs of stone implements produced by other cultures known to have inhabited the area in prehistoric times. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie. also found at Colha. in Belize. if true. however. 18 Which of the following. mail to support@prepgenie. is about 3.au.UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE Question 17 Page 10 The earliest Mayan pottery found at Colha. Its first 80 pages are by a single copyist. a Florentine copy of an ancient Roman medical treatise. but the remaining 20 pages are by three different copyists. Plague brokeout only once in Florence in the 1100‟s. Successor cultures at a given site often adopt the style of agricu ltural imp lements used by earlier inhabitants of the same site.com. [For reporting errors or discussing questions. most seriously weakens the argument? A B C D Ceramic ware is not known to have been used by the Mayan people to make agricultural implements. Therefore. which indicate some significant disruption. Moreover.com. Question 18 Codex Berinensis.500 years ago. 17 Which of the follo wing. Question 19 The following table shows the sales trend of replacement doors and windows © All rights reserved by prepgenie.com. most strongly supports the hypothesis that Codex Berinensis was produced in 1148? A B C D Other than Codex Berinensis.

UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE 19 If the trend for French doors continues. these places must become almost unrecognisable over long periods of time.au] .au. The passage describes a number of challenges that must still be solved on the path to a hydrogen economy based on the dissociation of water. The cells used would have to achieve the US Department of Energy ‟s standard of 10 percent water-splitting efficiency before the investment would be worthwhile and the output would approach the 10lit re level. However. 20 Which of the follo wing sentences best expresses the general theme made in the passag e? A B C D The passage optimistically predicts that the hydrogen economy is just around the corner.au. Another technological approach to the dissociation of water relies on microorganisms. Sunlight comprises only 4 percent ultra-violet light and so the search is still on for a photo-catalyst that reaches the same level of efficiency using the whole sunlight spectrum. evolving to accommodate new waves of immigrants. So far. Bio logists have lon g known of the existence of single-celled p lants that can break water mo lecules apart and release hydrogen and oxygen gas and the hope is that a microorganism can be found capable of generating hydrogen gas in sufficient quantities. the search has been disappointing and the levels of gas produced have fallen a long way short of the amount necessary to satisfy the US Depart ment of Energy‟s standard of efficiency. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie. modes of transport and architectural style. then every household would have at its disposal the hydrogen equivalent of over 10 litres of gasoline a day. The passage is pessimistic regarding the likelihood of a hydrogen economy based on the dissociation of water. and often sprawl. But this kind of efficiency has only been achieved under careful laboratory conditions using ultra -violet light. 100 years. [For reporting errors or discussing questions. 21 Which of the follo wing subjects is not raised in the passage? A B C D Solar panels that split water for hydrogen The dissociation of water with sunlight Hydrogen production using ultra-violet light Photo-catalysts that generate hydrogen from water 22 Which of the follo wing is the best description of the conclusion in the passage? A B C D Deductive Inductive Presumptuous Hypothetical Questions 23 – 25 It is natural to believe that the world‟s leading cities would be found to be in a constant state of change. mail to support@prepgenie.com. how many would be sold in the next quarter? A B C D 21 14 28 42 Page 11 Questions 20 – 22 There is much talk of a hydrogen economy and one version of that future is described as based on dissociating water into hydrogen and oxygen with sunlight in photo-catalyst cells or films. when you get down to it and have a careful look at how these cities have changed over such a period. work/life balance. you are immed iately struck not by the way they have changed but in the © All rights reserved by prepgenie. With such a process of reinvention and renewal. for example. The passage identifies a number of technological challenges that remain before a hydrogen economy is feasible. If the rooftops of every house in the United States were covered in these cells.com. say.com.

no new infrastructure is required in order to accommodate these changes as they can be dispensed at existing fuel stations and used to run existing cars. for many years. and. Most of the poorest areas will still be found to be poor.com. The world‟s leading cit ies are in a constant state of change. Brazil has. In the last 100 years. The architectural style of slum may have changed. Only the language used to describe the nature of the problem will have changed and perhaps the problems will be attributed to drugs rather than alcohol and gangs of alienated youths rather than a criminal class. The language with wh ich we describe the social geography of our great cit ies is constantly evolving. Vegetable o il derived fro m soya beans and rapeseed has been used to run tractors in many parts of the world. an industrial area. mail to support@prepgenie. The social geography of our great cities appears invariable. policy-makers are turning to alternatives. 24 With which of the fo llowing statements is the author of the passage most likely to disagree? A B C D The architecture of the world‟s great cit ies is being constantly established.au. are beginning to bring these green alternatives from obscurity. But these environmental alternatives to crude oil have until recently not been taken very seriously by the big consumer nations and their petro-corporations. produced ethanol fro m sugar and used the high -octane alcohol as a substitute for gasoline. blended with ordinary fuel. but they have hardly changed socially. as do many local socio-economic characteristics. At the levels imposed. and diesel to contain 6 percent vegetable oil by volume are changing all that.au] . Bio-fuels are about to take off. they have not. but by the ways. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie. however. But new laws requiring gasoline to contain 10 percent ethanol. more significantly. Questions 26 – 28 Bio-fuels. the scaling up of production of ethanol by a fantas tic margin. mult i-occupied hovels may well have been knocked down to be replaced with high-rise flats on sprawling heartless estates. To go further. © All rights reserved by prepgenie. low-rise.au. A road that was notorious 100 years ago as a place frequented by drunks and members of the criminal class may well be found to suffer the same challenges. for examp le. the word „sprawl‟ means A B C D to spread out one‟s limbs. but the social malaise caused by poverty and unemployment remains. Blending bio-fuels with tradit ional o il products is bringing them into pro minence. work/life balance. A who le-scale switch to bio-diesel seems to carry fewer challenges. the world‟s lead ing cities have changed beyond recognition architecturally. New laws are beginning to lift b io-fuels fro m obscurity. 25 In the context of the passage. evolving to accommodate new waves of immigrants.com.UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE Page 12 ways they haven‟t. In particular. The social geography of our great cities is in a constant state of transformat ion. disorganised expansion. run all cars exclusively on ethanol would require a new generation of engine and perhaps. [For reporting errors or discussing questions. trucks and tractors. 26 Which of the follo wing sentences best expresses the key point made in the passage? A B C D As oil prices rise. most of the broad patterns of socio-economic class remain the same.com. modes of transport and architectural style. Most existing engines can burn the fuel or would be relatively easy to convert and farmers are very receptive to the idea of a new market (and better prices) for a product they already grow. an ungainly movement. Its production is far less capitalintensive in the start-up phase. When you get down to it and have a careful look at these cities you are struck not by the way they have changed. 23 Which of the suggested answers best expresses the key point of the passage? A B C D The social geography of the world‟s leading cities changes over longer periods than you might expect.

and unfortunately universities do not teach these either. there are many highly paid careers to be had without the requirement of going to university. 28 It can be inferred fro m the passage that A B C D most cars can run on a fuel blend made up of 85 percent ethanol. Fear of g lobal warming is partly driv ing this search for off-the-wall alternatives.com. administration. A degree is no longer the route to get a job.au. construction and transport. Many employers are complaining that they cannot find enough candidates of sufficient quality when they run graduate recruitment campaigns. Employers complain that graduates lack experience of the world of work. Apart fro m a few intellectually demanding jobs. government policy is lifting bio-fuels fro m obscurity. Eighty percent of jobs by 2010 will need a degree. No degree is necessary for this job and most are on salaries of over $100K.com. a degree has little significance to your chances of getting a job. In law enforcement. Many young people drift into universities because they do not know what else to do.com. There are many ways to get a top job without a degree. 31 Which of the follo wing would be the most suitable sentence to follow on fro m the passage? A B C D I am not sure of the significance of a degree to the world of work. One-third of employers co mplain that most of their graduate positions are lying vacant. will weaken the case made in the passage? A B C D Twenty percent of emp loyers are dissatisfied with the co mmunication skills of the graduates. [For reporting errors or discussing questions. demand for b io-fuels will soon outstrip supply. Above all else. Questions 29 – 31 There are plenty of careers that do not need a university degree. Anyone can achieve qualificat ions equally valued by employers through night school or college for a fraction of the cost of a degree. What is taught in the universities is not particularly relevant to the employers. retail. It might well turn out to be the best three or four years of your life but it will probably not be the sure fire route to a great job. Sceptics argue that ethanol produced fro m growing crops will consume more gasoline than it will produce. Poor spelling and grammar and weak mathemat ical ability means many graduate candidates cannot be left un supervised without the risk of basic mistakes being made or e-mails or memos being sent out with crass errors. if true. environ mentalists will raise as many concerns as they do currently. So why go to university? 29 Which of the follo wing statements best sums up the general theme of the passage? A B C D 30 One does not need a degree in order to get a good job. employers are looking for co mmitted and conscientious sta ff with common sense and the hunger to succeed. The number of graduates is increasing at a faster rate than the number of jobs. © All rights reserved by prepgenie. for example. If b io-fuels do take off. catering. cars can handle a blend of 10 percent ethanol. Take airline pilots. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie.UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE Page 13 27 Which of the follo wing sentences will conclude the passage? A B C D Any country with the space to grow bio-fuel-producing crops can be independent of imported fuels and increased agricultural revenue. Which of the follo wing statements. mail to support@prepgenie. So many graduates these days are simply not leaving university with the basic skills needed by employers.au.au] .

com. Africa and South America have no effective means of defending their traditions and livelihood. A whole host of sites now exist. only a few thousand people are estimated to still live a truly no madic life. Questions 35 – 39 Widespread help from parents and family members has generally always cast doubt on t he value of examinations in which ho me-co mpleted assignments contribute to the grade awarded. They illegally enter the lands of these nomadic people. Teachers admitted to giving students „too much help‟. But in less than 50 years they. 32 Which of the follo wing statements is offered to support the theme of the passage? A B C D Loggers and ranchers are destroying the habitat of the world ‟s few remaining nomad ic people. Worldwide. Most have been forced to abandon their traditional lifestyle practiced fo r millennia and have had to settle down in v illages to a life of hunting comb ined with subsistence farming. to burn great tracts to clear it for their domesticated animals. The last few communities of nomadic people in Asia. No madic people take on loggers and ranchers to defend their threatened way of life. Most students believe that coursework is a fairer method of assessment when compared with „all or nothing‟ exams. [For reporting errors or discussing questions. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie. Most of these sites carry requests that the user does not submit the material as their own but there is no © All rights reserved by prepgenie. with about 20 to 60 percent of grades coming fro m such coursework. along with the traditional way of hunting and gathering practiced by the peoples of these lands.UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE Page 14 Questions 32 – 34 Perhaps they are the human equivalent of an endangered species. Ranchers may follow. displacing more no madic people. They have existed for millions of years. 33 The author does which of the following to put forward h is point? A B C D Corrects a misconception Relies on authority Uses an analogy Gives examp les 34 The tone of the passage is A B C D fatalistic. mail to support@prepgenie. Worldwide. Incredibly. The extent of that contribution is significant.au.com. and hunt their animals.com. sceptical. have all but been lost. The loggers and ranchers move on further into the virg in habitat. offering for a small fee (or even for free) for model essays and examples of coursework awarded with top grades. destroy their forests and woods. Loggers are perhaps the cause of greatest conflict. defeatist. cynical. 1 in 10 parents admitted to doing assignments for their children. These are ancient habitats. only a few thousand people are remaining who lead a no madic life. They are the victims of the same encroach ment on their lands that causes the ext inction of many animal species.au] . But greatest concern arises because of the internet. teachers and parents. Once the land is deprived of trees and plants an d the seasonal rains begin. the depleted soil is washed down into the rivers and permanent environmental damage can fo llo w. They certainly are the victims of the same encroachment on their land that causes the extinction of many animal species. A review of the extent of cheating found overwhelming evidence of widespread abuse by students. however they also admit that it is „all too easy to cheat‟.au.

widespread help fro m parents and siblings has made nonsense of the national exam system. 39 The author will agree that A B C D widespread help fro m parents and siblings has led to grade inflation.com.com. At present. including cholesterol level. Most young people nowadays can get well on the way to a decent pass grade before they even take an exam.au. has shown that while the greatest benefits are enjoyed by tho se at greatest risk of a vascular event. body fat levels and whether the patient smokes. fro m cholesterol-lowering drugs used in the treatment of heart attacks. Questions 40 – 44 A study of the benefits of a family.com. [For reporting errors or discussing questions. These findings have led to calls that it should be offered to anybody at a risk of heart attack or stroke. © All rights reserved by prepgenie. the illegal use of written material authored by someone else. result from the help of parents and siblings. widespread help fro m parents and siblings has made the policing of ho me-co mp leted coursework almost impossible. blood pressure. The new evidence suggests that patients with less than very high levels of cholesterol will also experience a significant drop in their cholesterol levels and a consequent lower risk of a vascular event. widespread help fro m parents and siblings raises serious questions about the credibility of vocational qualification. mail to support@prepgenie. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie. 20 to 60 percent of the total grades available. every person at risk can gain considerable benefits from the treatment. if ad ministered daily to the group most at risk of an attack. to borrow or crib the work o f someone else. In fact. 37 The author relies on which of the following to make his claims? A B C D Examples or analogies Deductive argument The drawing of co mparative assertions The findings of an investigative study 38 Which of the follo wing statements correctly reflects the point made in the passage? A B C D 20 to 60 percent of the total grades obtained. Which of the follo wing will most naturally follows on as the next sentence to the passage? A B C D Coursework is obviously open to cheating and there should be much more emphasis on and more marks for proper invigilated assignments or exams. 20 to 60 percent of the grades are allocated to the assignments completed at home.au] . it concludes that the benefits of the treatment are directly proportional to the size of the reduction in cholesterol levels that might be achieved and not the level at which the intervention begins. co me fro m the assignments that are comp leted at home. 35 In the context of the passage the word plagiarise means A B C D 36 the infringement of so meone else‟s copyright. They have called for it either to be done under controlled conditions or to be dropped altogether. to take someone else‟s work and pass it off as your own. and there is much evidence of a plagiarism free -for-all of internetobtained material.UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE Page 15 attempt to ensure that this request is adhered to. And believe the revelations cast doubt on the continually rising grades. cuts that risk by a third. Many educationalists conclude that the internet has made the policing of coursework impossible. 20 to 60 percent of the total grades awarded in these qualifications come fro m the contribution of parents and family. doctors prescribe the treatment only once they have considered a number of factors.au. It has long been known that the tre atment.

C D © All rights reserved by prepgenie. this treatment could cut heart attacks by a third.com. Not all the evidences are positive. 44 Which of the statements. everyone could gain considerable benefits fro m the treat ment. Unfortunately. there is now a stronger case for the treatment to be prescribed to a much wider group of patients. if true. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie. the treatment may not benefit a wide range of patients as thought originally. Preliminary evidence suggests that the treatment achieves a relatively small reduction in the risk of a heart attack among people with lo wer levels of cholesterol. as people with lower cholesterol levels who take the treatment have been found to develop an increased risk of some cancers. the best results from the treatment are only obtained when the treatment is customised to individual patient‟s cholesterol levels and requires someone with less than very high choles terol levels to take a s maller dose on everyday basis. an unspecified intervention.au] .com.com. 43 Given that the benefits of the treatment are directly proportional to the size of the reduction in cholesterol levels it is correct to say that A B C D doctors should offer this treatment to everybody whom they believe are at risk of a heart attack regardless of their cholesterol levels. are overweight and have high cholesterol levels and blood pressure 41 The treatment is A B C D a single drug. the treatment should be prescribed to anyone assessed to be at risk of a heart attack or stroke.au. administered daily. a series of painful in jections. rather than prioritising patients suffering severely.au. will weaken the claim that patients with low levels of cholesterol will also experience a significant drop in their cholesterol levels and consequently a much lower risk of a vascular event? A B The largest benefits from the treat ment are seen among those having greatest risk of a vascular event than those with lower level of cholesterol. mail to support@prepgenie. [For reporting errors or discussing questions. 42 The best summary of the conclusion to be drawn fro m the study is that A B C D the benefits of the treatment are in d irect proportion to the size of the reduction in cholesterol levels that might be achieved and not the level at which intervention begins.UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE Page 16 40 Which of the following factors gave rise to the call that the treatment should be offered to anybody at risk of a heart attack or stroke? A B C D The realisation that the treatment is literally a life saver The realisation that not every person at risk can gain considerable benefits fro m the treatment The realisation that benefits fro m the treat ment is seen indifferent types of patients The realisation that the risk of a heart attack is much higher in people who smoke. doctors should look more to the relative drop in cholesterol levels that may be achieved.

I am t wenty now but I very nearly didn‟t make it that far.com. a natural ability to make the patient feel co mfortable. mail to support@prepgenie.com. overconfidence. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie. whose office was in a dark. No parent is particularly receptive to the notion that their child is anything but normal.UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE Page 17 SECTION 2 Questions 45 – 47 Unde rstanding People Questions 45 – 84 In the following passage a man relates his experience of visiting the psychologist as a child.au. therefore. I didn‟t agree with that and I know p lenty of people who agree with me on that point. a genuine interest in the patient‟s circumstances. My father. superiority. The morning afte r the night before came and the guilt over my cutting made me feel worse so the cutting increased. My mother continued to insist that she knew deep down that I was intelligent and. protectiveness. The psychologist‟s feedback after the examination suggests A B C D a lack of sensitivity to the patient‟s feelings. I know people with depression find it hard to concentrate. musty building. agonising despite being consoling. However. Shortly after starting university I was diagnosed with depression and was put onto medication.com. rid iculous to the point of being humorous. as I think of it now. © All rights reserved by prepgenie. [For reporting errors or discussing questions. I also burned myself and whenever I cut myself by accident (I am naturally accident prone anyway!) I was blissfully happy. an acute awareness of the patient‟s feelings. I have a relatively clear memory of my one and only meeting with the psychologist. a physician embraced the words “he‟ll grow out of it” and saw the solution in tutoring and athletics to refine coordination. Two years ago around this time I started university. they were not to worry because dyslexia normally disappears around the onset of puberty “He‟ll gro w out of it”. He told my father that I was an auditory learner. shortly after this I started to cut myself regularly. Question 48 The following passage has been related by a young girl. that I possessed high verbal ability. Anyway.au] . Which. usually in the evenings. The people in Hall with me tried to be supportive but they kept telling me that I could just snap out of it which I couldn ‟t. after an hour or so we were through. the best time of your life apparently. the knuckle cracking may have been an indicator that he was struggling with some problem of his own.au. perturbed despite being understandable. He impressed me as a pleasant and engaging ad ult who made me feel quite comfortable. 45 The way the author speaks about the psychologist‟s behaviour suggests that he finds him A B C D 46 rude despite his reasonableness. located somewhere downtown. normal. 47 The parents‟ reactions seem to step main ly fro m their feelings of A B C D disbelief. that I was certainly intelligent and certainly dyslexic. who has been diagnosed with depression. However he did have a distracting habit of constantly cracking his knuckles while we talked.

which indeed was too low. It looked like he felt this was a temporary situation. wounded.” This statement reveals that the author is A B C D prompt. the girl projects herself as A B C D joyful. I ‟m a little fu zzy on the specifics.au. He stayed longer than six months before moving on.” He ignored all the signs of depression I was recounting and refused to raise my med ication. cordial. He had prints on the walls and (I‟m pretty sure) healthy plants. He also had a photo of himself with a child on his bulletin board. He never even looked at me. but I immediately noticed that the place smelled great. apprehensive. but the difference he had made in that cold office was amazing. concerned. This time when I walked into the new psychiatrist ‟s office I was very wary. The reason for my visit was to ask him to raise my med ication.com. He had air fresheners in the office that made you want to inhale when you walked in. He was very accessible. no. conscious. and I was very sorry to see him go. I immediately got a bad feeling. My first experience with treat ment was at the mental health clinic at the local hospital. and only asked me one question to determine whether I was depressed again or not. depressed. 51 Fro m the second doctor‟s chamber. but I never have. routine. I may be just remembering the plants because he was such a nurturing person. so that‟s not really an indication for me.com. Page 18 Questions 49 – 52 Below is a woman’s perspective of her treatment of depression by two separate psychiatrists. no. “Well. © All rights reserved by prepgenie.au. When I walked into the new psychiatrist‟s office. so that‟s not really an indication for me.au] . which of the fo llo wing can be concluded about his character? A B C D Kind but rude Jovial and loving Accessible but strict Warm and considerate 52 “Well. mail to support@prepgenie. which I took as a good sign. [For reporting errors or discussing questions. as the office was completely bare except for the desk and two chairs. “Do you have thoughts of harming yourself or others?” I said. 49 How d id the first doctor treat his patient? A B C D 50 Arrogantly Indifferently Co mfort ingly Sympathetically The second doctor‟s treatment of his patient can be best described as A B C D kind. and ordered a blood test to find out the level of meds in my blood. listened to me. as I was feeling the familiar signs of depression after being fairly stable for a year. sadistic.UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE 48 In finding herself as “blissfully happy”. lenient. and wouldn‟t go back until he was gone six months later. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie.com. I absolutely hated him. but I never have.

the fact that I‟d been able to do some work in a gym.au. I am very down to © All rights reserved by prepgenie. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie. and that I now had somewhere to go every Monday and Wednesday. Mentally. 55 The extract shows that Bea is _________ by nature. It changed my world. I found a swimming club. Earlier. emotional and physical. It was the input fro m the team that made such a difference – if one day I was in a bad state they‟d see me and listen to whatever it was I was upset about.com. I also had something to work towards a goal – plus good support and a nice environment to go into. I started rollerb lading on a Sunday. None of that would have been possible without Active Lifestyles and the emotional support I got there. Page 19 Bea Thompson. I have a wicked sense of humour and love to laugh and have funny people around me. When I left the gym that morn ing I felt as if someone had given me a million pounds – it was the sense of achievement. I am (when well) daft. It was like a club – the exercise referral people would give each other support and encouragement. and I had stopped trusting other people.au] . had been suffering fro m an xiety and depression for several years before being referred to the Active Lifestyles Exercise Referral Scheme. She credits the programme as the catalyst for her recovery. until well again. happy that she finally has a goal in life. I paint and draw what I see as aesthetic natural beauty in portraiture (the light in someone‟s eye) or landscape. A B C D a learner an optimist an introvert fore-sighted Questions 56 – 60 The following passage gives an account of a lady expressing her anguish in a humorous tone. happy to mix and socialise with the people at the gym. 43. And that all enabled me to have the confidence to go forward and find a part -time job. glad she has a purpose which she wants to pursue. My priorities are around people‟s welfare. So me people say I am deep. psychologically and socially it was the best (treat ment) I‟d been given. I care deeply and take responsibility very seriously. the fact that I‟d been understood. emotionally. I find my pleasures not in material things but in people ‟s happiness.com.com. It was always an attitude of „everything can be overcome‟.” reveal about Bea? A B C D She is She is She is She is very happy with the endeavour. and someone to play tennis with. ‟ 53 Which of the follo wing best describes Bea Thomson‟s feeling after his first visit to the gym? A B C D 54 proud elated affable enthusiastic What does the comment “I now had somewhere to go every Monday and Wednesday.au. I had stopped believing in myself. I love Nature and think the World is a beautiful place and I am only happy when I feel part of it. [For reporting errors or discussing questions. I become very serious and withdrawn pre man ia and feel too miserable to have my sense of humour post mania. The programme and the support that I got changed everything for me. I am lov ing and intelligent.UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE Questions 53 – 55 The following passage reveals how a gym routine works wonders for a lady suffering from depression. sense of humour is my saviour and it is my yard stick to measure my illness by. mail to support@prepgenie.

60 What is the tone of the passage? A B C D Defiant Cheerfu l Sarcastic Circu mscrib ing Questions 61 and 62 In the following extract a man relates his experiences of overcoming his depression. I am a happy person. It‟s increased my confidence. It was a real effort to go along for the first time. has been great. making us all feel welco me and wanted.” What can you perceive about the author from the statement? A B C D Funny but ill Jovial but wicked Good natured and light Fun loving but criticising 58 “I love Nature and think the World is a beautiful place and I am o nly happy when I feel part of it.” What does this show about the author? A B C D 57 The author‟s disease is related to her humour. We always have a lot of fun. © All rights reserved by prepgenie. The author is confident about her sense of humour. the leader.com.au] .au.” This means that A B C D she is an extrovert. so when my wife told me about an advert she‟d seen for the Green Gy m I thought I might give it a go. I get on well with men but cannot maintain a relationship. and I‟m also much fitter and have lost weight. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie. [For reporting errors or discussing questions. Jo.com. mail to support@prepgenie. whatever the weather. which eventually led to my resignation. However. The author is recovering because of her good sense of humour. I have a lot of interests and can keep myself busy as well as looking after others.com. she walks out of relat ionships very swiftly. I‟ve always liked gardening and practical things. 56 “Sense of humour is my saviour and it is my yard stick to measure my illness. My illness makes me worry about going to new places and meeting new people. and I enjoy the friendship as well as the practical work. so even getting to the first session was quite a challenge.au. she is not committed. as I‟ve proved to myself that I can do things. “I have a wicked sense of humour and love to laugh and have funny people around me.” What insight does this give about the author‟s nature? A B C D Optimist Extrovert Cosmopolitan Environmentalist 59 “I get on well with men but cannot maintain a relat ionship. My recovery was slow. I was a primary school teacher for 10 years before stress at work caused depression. once I‟d got over that hurdle it all became much easier.UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE Page 20 earth and like nothing better than to share a rude joke. The author is well aware of the symptoms of her d isease. and would rather do that than go jogging or to a gym. and I felt tired all the time. I‟d put on weight and was quite unfit. It‟s therapeutic being close to nature. she has a lot of male friends.

when he gets to her he doesn‟t pick her up. challenging. leave the kid with my folks. As they were playing his daughter (the younger one) s tarted climbing up a weird ladder where there are no rungs from one side to the other. The other parents started milling about until daddy showed up to help. maybe 4 and 5 or 5 and 6 . I was there watching. and an advocate.UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE 61 For the narrator the issue of going to the Green Gy m appears to be A B C D 62 enticing. mail to support@prepgenie. And I had no time to waste.au. There were a few other families around as well. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie. I hated putting in so much effort. because they couldn‟t handle my inflexible schedule anymore.au] . and just walk away.but no older. © All rights reserved by prepgenie.com. Parker gives us an account of his visit to a children ’s park and his perception about people he met there.com. The park has a rock wall (5‟ h igh) a few slides and walkways on this giant play set. It was so much easier to just go to work. I have to stop worrying about my convenience. Eventually. Another man came by with his two children. His first reaction was to tell her „figure it out‟ which I thought was hilarious. I had to quit my job (actually I was forced out). a therapist. I had to become a researcher. Went to the park by my house over the weekend and had an eye opening moment. but eventually she was able to climb all the way up without his assistance. and sat down to read the paper while they played. he stands there and tells her how to solve her problem. until she didn‟t move for a few minutes. There were days I so badly wanted to give up. only footholds on each side. [For reporting errors or discussing questions.au. Page 21 How does the author feel about the experience? A B C D Beneficial Happy and satisfied Friendly and surprising All of the above Question 63 The following passage is based on a personal account of a mother who undergoes a sudden realisation. hold ing. She made it almost the whole way up before she lost her nerve and started calling for help fro m daddy.com. running and generally playing around with my son. That‟s when I woke up and realised that if Philip is ever going to get better. provocative. and start worrying more about my son ‟s recovery fro m a frightening disorder. Here is the thing. At first I thought that was pretty cool and cruel at the same time because you could tell she was crying. frustrating. plenty for them to do. 63 Which option best describes the feeling of the author in the first line? A B C D Agonised Disgusted Frustrated Tormented Questions 64 – 67 In the following passage Mr.

and would start his obnoxious. passive and the daughter is active. and he never missed those beers at night. or outsider. mail to support@prepgenie. and he passed away six years ago. belligerent arguing with whoever was unfortunate enough to be sitting next to him. the father loved to drink and wo rk simultaneously.” what does this tell about the father and the daughter? A B C D The father is The father is The father is The father is rude and daughter is innocent. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie.but eventually she was able to climb all the way up without his assistanc e. He never missed those days at work. 66 Which of the following best describes the initial feeling of the author about the father‟s response to his daughter? A B C D Ignorant Lethargic Indifferent Disinterested 67 “. parasitic. he would drink more than 2 – 4 beers. the father was an alcoholic but did not neglect his duty. self-reliant. I knew. [For reporting errors or discussing questions. because he could not go without at least 2 – 4 beers a night. Questions 68 – 70 The following passage is narrated by a daughter describing the nature of her alcoholic father.com. had to have them. He would argue with any family member.au] . and I still became an alcoholic myself. friend. And if there was an occasion or a holiday or a visit. © All rights reserved by prepgenie.au. the father did not fall after drinking and had immense self-control. strict and the daughter is timid. My dad was an alcoholic.com.au.. and he went to work every day of his life. would go to another town if all the liquor stores in our town closed.com. a teacher and the daughter quick learner. and he went to work every day of his life” means that A B C D the father was not an alcoholic but a workaholic. loud. “…he was not a fall down drunk.. 68 The statement. and no one in my family has yet to recognise it.UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE 64 Which of the follo wing best reveals the nature of the narrator? A B C D 65 Happy go lucky man Playfu l and observant Critique and hypocrite Learner and appreciator Page 22 By asking the daughter to “figure it out” the father is trying to make his daughter A B C D brave.. No one thought so because he was not a fall down drunk. He had no preference. I watched and heard all this growing up. adventurous..

Their weakness has been exposed and it is this that others always observe. here it is. but.com. This honour is accorded only to those who are strong. Page 23 Where has the narrator reached by the end of the passage? A B C D She still cannot figure out why she turned out to be an alcoholic. It seems just yesterday that I was a young girl. who recently came to know about his serious illness. And I have glimpses of how it was back then and of all my ho pes and dreams. The weakness must become strength again and only then will the person be treated as someone deserving respect. it seems like eons ago. She has taken her revenge on her father by becoming an alcoholic herself.com. To others the weakness calls forth much advice to change.. They are kind and helpful towards the patients. he moves slower and I see an older man now..start his obnoxious. just married and embarking on my new life with my husband. and I wonder where all the years went. seeing older people through the years and thinking that those older people were years away fro m me and that winter was so far off that I could not fatho m it or imagine fu lly what it would be like..com.”are most likely said with A B C D 70 repulsion.the winter of my life and it catches me by surprise. heart disease. and successful.au] . And yet in a way... Questions 71 and 72 In the following passage. Kevin. belligerent arguing. dismissive formality. Once exposed. 71 What is Kevin‟s view about healthy people? A B C D 72 Inhuman Boisterous Reproachful Trau matised What does Kevin say about how people around him react to serious illnesses? A B C D They stay calm in the face of the illness. vindictiveness. So mehow the person is seen to be responsible for the weakness and therefore appropriately blamed. husband retired and he‟s really getting gray.. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie. arrogance. I see the great change.au. He‟s in much better shape than me. [For reporting errors or discussing questions. They prefer not knowing about the illness. Not the one I married who was dark and young and strong. mail to support@prepgenie. The person has lost the right to be treated with honou r. “. these illnesses prove to be unforgettable to others. She has become an alcoholic herself in spite of knowing what it did to her father. or mental illness. © All rights reserved by prepgenie. People never walk with the same dignity again. but.. But. loud. healthy. shares an aspect of the lives of such sufferers.UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE 69 The author‟s words. To some this weakness justifies treatment that shows no respect to the person as a human being. I know that I lived them all. She is amazed by the fact that her father could behave normally even when he was drunk.au. It is no wonder that people conceal serious illnesses. Questions 73 – 79 In the following passage. here it is. an old woman reflects on the passing years of her life and her growing age . How did I get here so fast? Where did the years go and where did my babies go and where did my youth go? I remember well. whether cancer. They are disrespectful towards the patients.

com. She misses her “young and strong” husband now that he is old and frail. This I know. Each day now.au. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of prepgenie. Spend time with your family. that when it‟s over. at least I know. The author talks about the season of winter that has surprised her by its untimely approach. So.” how is winter associated with the text? A B C D Winter is symbolic of her wan ing age and vigour. if you‟re not in your winter yet. 75 How does author feel about “winter” in the course of the passage? A B C D The author is filled with remorse at the loss of spring.au. his age is beginning to show and we are now those older folks that we used to see and never thought we‟d be. Fulfil your desires before it‟s late. and I‟m not sure how long it will last. whatever you would like to acco mplish in your life p lease do it quickly! 73 What is author‟s tone in the first two lines of the passage? A B C D 74 The author is full of hope and lively. The author is full of hatred for the season of winter... I just fall asleep where I sit! And so. © All rights reserved by prepgenie.au] . She is co mparing her health with that of her husband. The author is tormented at the thought of her old age..winter was so far off. I will en joy the spring into the arms of my lov ing father and wait for my loved ones to come when their winter is over too. Be acco mmodating in life..” she means that A B C D Her life is modelled in a way that seeks to achieve targets. as she is old. The author misses the vigour and vitality of her husband. [For reporting errors or discussing questions. The author is surprised at the sudden arrival of the old age. mail to support@prepgenie. pale eyes and weak limbs.com. “.UMAT TEST PAPER 2 – FREE Page 24 but. To accomplish everyday feats is an ordeal for her.. The author feels nostalgic for the spring that she has spent in the arms of her father. But. The author is nostalgic about her youth. All of the above 78 What is the crux of the passage? A B C D Live life to the fullest. I find that just getting a shower is a real target for the day! And taking a nap is not a treat anymore. The author is taken by surprise at the sudden arrival of winter.. She is full o f praise for the “better shape” of her husband. that though the winter has come. So.. now I enter into this new season of my life unprepared for all the aches and pains and the loss of strength and ability to go and do things. 76 What is the author‟s view about her husband? A B C D She is truly and madly in love with her husband. She finds bathing an astronomical task that is insurmountable. 77 When the author says. let me remind you. it‟s mandatory! „Cause if I don‟t on my o wn free will. Winter is symbolic of lustreless beauty. like me.I find that just getting a shower is a real target for the day. that it will be here faster than you think. “.com.

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