Performance On A Biology Exam
Listen to part of a conversation between a student and her biology professor.
- Why does the woman go to see her professor?
- A. To tell him about an athletic achievement.
- B. To find out the best approach to studying for a test.
- C. To ask a question about a laboratory project.
- D. To discuss her performance on a biology exam.
- What does the professor imply when he mentions his experience playing soccer in college?
- A. The women should participate in a sport that takes less of her time.
- B. The women may not have enough time to study for class.
- C. The women is not trying hard enough to do well in the class.
- D. The women should be satisfied with the results of her exam.
- What did the woman study in her laboratory project?
- A. The best methods for preserving samples of onion cells.
- B. The differences between onion cells and other plant cells.
- C. The process of cell division in an onion.
- D. The different ways that onion cells can be diagrammed.
- What does the professor say about the results of the brain research?
- A. Several short study sessions are more effective than one extended study session.
- B. Studying in the library increases the brain’s ability to absorb details.
- C. Studying for extended periods of time is good exercise for the brain.
- D. Students who excel at laboratory work usually perform well on exams.
- At the end of the conversation, why does the professor return to the topic of running on the track team?
- A. To suggest that the student take a break from it for a few weeks.
- B. To give an example of how exercise affects memory.
- C. To illustrate the point he is making about study habits.
- D. To find out if the next track meet will interfere with the next exam.
答案：D B C A C