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NMAT REVIEW: Perceptual Acuity: Module 7

I. Hidden Figures
Directions: Each item below is made up of simple figure at the left and five complicated drawings at the right. Select the
complicated drawing that contains the simple figure. The hidden figure may appear in a different positions but it must have
the same size and shape as the simplest figure.
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II. Mirror Figures:

Directions: Each item below consists of a figure of word followed by five options. Select from the options. Select from the
options the mirror image of the given figure or word.
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III: Identical Information
Each item below consists of a name, and an address, a bibliographical entry, or a sentence. From the options
that follow, select the one that exactly matches the given information in word sequence, spelling, and
punctuation.

11. Use as a dietary supplement to help reduce the risk of 14. Treatment: Older children 0.6 mL/dose 5-7 times
heart disease & lower bad cholesterol. daily; 2-6 yrs. 0.6 mL/dose 3-5 times daily; Infants 0.6
A. Use as a dietary supplement to help reduce the risk of mL/dose 2-3 times daily.
heart disease & lower bad cholesterol. A. Treatment: Older children 0.16 mL/dose 5-7 times
B. Use as a dietary supplement to help reduce the risk of daily; 2-6 yrs. 0.6 mL/dose 3-5 times daily; Infants
heart disease and lower bad cholesterol. 0.6 mL/dose 2-3 times daily.
C. Use as a dietary suplement to help reduce the risk of B. Treatment: Older children 0.6 mL/dose 5-7 times
heart disease & lower bad cholesterol. daily; 2-6 yrs. 0.6 mL/dose 3-5 times daily; Infants
D. Use as a dietary supplement to help reduce the risk of 0.6 mL/dose 2-3 times daily.
heart disease & lowers bad cholesterol. C. Treatment: Older children 0.6 mL/dose 5-7 times
E. Use as a dietary supplement to help reduce the risk of daily; 2-8 yrs. 0.6 mL/dose 3-5 times daily; Infants
heart diseas & lower bad cholesterol. 0.6 mL/dose 2-3 times daily.
D. Treatment: Older children 0.6 mL/dose 5-7 times
12. Salapatek, P., Bechtold, A. G., & Bushness, E. W.. daily; 2-6 yrs. 0.6 mL/dosage 3-5 times daily; Infants
(1976). Infant visual acuity as a function of viewing 0.6 mL/dose 2-3 times daily.
distance. Child Development, 47, 860-863. E. Treatment; Older children 0.6 mL/dose 5-7 times
A. Salapatek, P., Bechtold, A. G., & Bushness, E. W.. daily; 2-6 yrs. 0.6 mL/dose 3-5 times daily; Infants
(1976). Infant visual acuity as a function of viewing 0.6 mL/dose 2-3 times daily.
distance. Child Development, 47, 860-866.
B. Salapatek, P., Bechtold, A. G., & Bushiness, E. W.. 15. Antidiuretic Hormone (ADH) is a hormone released by
(1976). Infant visual acuity as a function of viewing the posterior pituitary that increases the capacity of the
distance. Child Development, 47, 860-863. kidney tubules to reabsorb water, thereby reducing
C. Salapatek, P., Bechtold, A. G & Bushness, E. W.. urinary output.
(1976). Infant visual acuity as a function of viewing A. Antidiuretic Hormone (ADH) is a hormone released by
distance. Child Development, 47, 860-863. the posterior pituitary that increases the capacity of
D. Salapatek, P., Bechtold, A. G., & Bushness, E. W.. the kidney tubules to reabsorb water, thereby
(1976). Infant visual acuity as a function of viewing reducing urinary output.
distance. Child Development, 47, 860-863. B. Antidiretic Hormone (ADH) is a hormone released by
E. Salapatek, B., Bechtold, A. G., & Bushness, E. W.. the posterior pituitary that increases the capacity of
(1976). Infant visual acuity as a function of viewing the kidney tubules to reabsorb water, thereby
distance. Child Development, 47, 860-863. reducing urinary output.
C. Antidiuretic Hormone (ADH) is a hormone released by
13. Ms. Aleixandra W. Shieff, CEO-President, McKann- the posterior pituitary that increases the capacity of
Erickson Testing Laboratories, Agham Road, Diliman, the kidney tubules to absorb water, thereby reducing
Quezon City urinary output.
A. Ms. Aleixandra W. Shieff, CEO-President, McKann- D. Antidiuretic Hormone (ADH) is a hormone released by
Erickson Testing Laboratories, Agham Road, Diliman, the posterior pituitary that increases the capacity of
Quezon City the kidney tubules to reabsorb water, thereby
B. Ms. Aleixandra W. Sheff, CEO-President, McKann- reducing urinary input.
Erickson Testing Laboratories, Agham Road, Diliman, E. Antidiuretic Hormone (AGH) is a hormone released by
Quezon City the posterior pituitary that increases the capacity of
C. Ms. Alexandra W. Shieff, CEO-President, McKann- the kidney tubules to reabsorb water, thereby
Erickson Testing Laboratories, Agham Road, Diliman, reducing urinary output.
Quezon City
D. Ms. Aleixandra W. Shieff, CEO-President, McKann 16. Contains EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) 180 mg, DHA
Erickson Testing Laboratories, Agham Road, Diliman, (docosahexaenoic acid) 120 mg
Quezon City A. Contains APA (aicosapentaenoic acid) 180 mg, DHA
E. Ms. Aleixandra W. Shieff, CEO-President, McKann- (docosahexaenoic acid) 120 mg
Erickson Testing Laboratories, Agham Road, Dilliman, B. Contains EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) 108 mg, DHA
Quezon City (docosahexaenoic acid) 120 mg
C. Contains EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) 180 mg, DHA
(docosahexanoic acid) 120 mg
D. Contains EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) 180 mg, DHA
(docosahexaenoic acids) 120 mg
E. Contains EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) 180 mg, DHA
(docosahexaenoic acid) 120 mg

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17. Commission offered at $ 155,685.00 per year for the 20. Backward conditioning is a training procedure in which
first 3 years with increase of $ 5,655 per year in the the unconditioned stimulus is presented first followed by
succeeding years. the conditioned stimulus cessation of the unconditioned
A. Commission offered at $ 155,685.00 per year for the stimulus.
first 3 years with decrease of $ 5,655 per year in the A. Backward conditioning is a training procedure in
succeeding years. which the unconditioned stimulus is presented first
B. Commission offered at $ 155,685.00 per year for the followed by the conditioned stimulus cessation of the
first 3 years with increase of $ 5,635 per year in the unconditioned stimulus.
succeeding years. B. Backward conditioning is a training procedure in
C. Commission offered at $ 155,685.00 per year for the which the conditioned stimulus is presented first
first 3 years with increase of $ 5,655 per year in the followed by the conditioned stimulus cessation of the
succeeding years. unconditioned stimulus.
D. Commission offered at $ 155,685.00 per year for the C. Backward conditioning is a training procedure in
first 8 years with increase of $ 5,655 per year in the which the unconditioned stimuli are presented first
succeeding years. followed by the conditioned stimulus cessation of the
E. Comission offered at $ 155,685.00 per year for the unconditioned stimulus.
first 3 years with increase of $ 5,655 per year in the D. Backward conditioning is a training procedure in
succeeding years. which the unconditioned stimulus is presented first
followed by the conditioner stimulus cessation of the
18. Call or write: MNC P.O. Box No. 322 MCPO Tel. Nos. unconditioned stimulus.
892-5466 (Metro Manila); Toll Free 1-800-1888-7771 E. Backward conditioning is a training procedure in
(Provincial) which the unconditioned stimulus is presented last
A. Call or write: MNC P.O. Box No. 322 MCPO Tel. Nos. followed by the conditioned stimulus cessation of the
892-5466 (metro Manila); Toll Free 1-800-1888-7771 unconditioned stimulus.
(Provincial)
B. Call or write: MNC P.O. Box No. 322 MCPO Tel. Nos.
892-5466 (Metro Manila); Toll Free 1-800-1888-7771
(Provincial)
C. Call or write: MC P.O. Box No. 322 MCPO Tel. Nos.
892-5466 (Metro Manila); Toll Free 1-800-1888-7771
(Provincial)
D. Call or write: MNC P.O. Box No. 322 MCPO Tel. Nos.
892-5463 (Metro Manila); Toll Free 1-800-1888-7771
(Provincial)
E. Call or write: MNC P.O. Box No. 322 MCPO Tel. Nos.
892-5466 (Metro Manila); Toll Free 1-800-1888-7171
(Provincial)

19. The yellow mechanism responds to lights between 500


and 700 nm, with its maximum response at about 550 nm.
A. The yellow mechanism responds to lights between
500 and 700 mm, with its maximum response at
about 550 nm.
B. The yellow mechanism responds to lights between
500 and 700 nm, with its maximum response at about
560 nm.
C. The yellow mechanism respond to lights between 500
and 700 nm, with its maximum response at about 550
nm.
D. The yellow mechanism responds to lights between
500 and 700 nm, with its maximum response at about
550 nm.
E. The yellow mechanism responds to lights between
500 and 700 nm, with its minimum response at about
550 nm.

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