1. Why does the student go to see the work-study coordinator?
- A To ask the work-study coordinator about a job workshop
- B To apply for a computer lab assistant position
- C To start the job-application process
- D To complain about her housing situation
2. Why does the student inform the work-study coordinator about her dorm room?
- A To give a reason why she came earlier than the scheduled time
- B To explain why she prefers to work on campus
- C To persuade him that she is eager to find a job
- D To inform him that she can only meet for fifteen minutes
3. What does the work-study coordinator tell the student that surprises her?
- A She is eligible for most of the remaining positions.
- B He guarantees every student the largest selection they can choose from.
- C Jobs are available only for students who come early.
- D Many positions have already been occupied.
4. What does the work-study coordinator ask the student to do?
[CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS]
- A Contemplate a counseling position with students who are under pressure
- B List all the software programs she knows
- C Look at a list of available positions
- D Contact the person who will be conducting her interview
5. Why does the work-study coordinator say this?
- A To indicate that the remaining jobs can be tough at times
- B To assist the student in deciding between two job opening positions
- C To point out that all jobs require practical experiences
- D To compare between a more popular job and a more demanding job
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