1 What is the conversation mainly about?
A A common writing mistake made by college students
B Differences between science papers and non-science papers
C A problem with the ending of the man’s paper
D A grading error made by the professor
2 What was missing from the student’s paper?
Click on 2 answers.
A An example to support the main idea
B A list that shows sources of information
C The Introduction of a new theory of migration
D A paragraph that summarizes the paper
3 What mistaken assumption did the student make?
A That the paper he submitted would be regarded as a first draft
B That the university offers a special writing class for science students
C That listing every source for a paper is optional
D That the university has a standard writing style for all classes
4 What does the professor imply she might do about the student’s paper?
A Help the student rewrite the conclusion
B Show it to the writing class professor
C Consider changing the grade
D Allow the student to change the topic
5 What does the professor imply when she says this:
A The student should write another paper on butterﬂy migration.
B The student should do more research for his paper.
C The student included unnecessary information in his papers
D The student must give the professor another copy of his paper