1. What is the conversation mainly about?
A. Reasons that philosophical concepts are difficult to define
B. The intended purpose of the discussion groups
C. The student’s difficulties in trying to understand some information
D. The relevance of philosophy to the student’s long-term goals
2. How does the student feel about the professor’s explanation of simulations?
A. He finds it amusing and interesting
B. He feels even more confused than before
C. He is grateful for the clarification
D. He realizes that he already understands the general concept
3. Who influenced the student to sign up for the philosophy course?
A. The philosophy professor
B. A law librarian
C. A graduate assistant
D. An academic advisor
4. What does the professor imply that she should have done differently in the first class?
A. She should have stressed the practical importance of philosophy
B. She should have discussed the readings for the course in greater detail
C. She should not have included so much material in the lecture
D. She should not have frightened the students by mentioning a challenging assignment
5. What does the professor imply will make the student feel more comfortable with the course in the future?
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A. She will explain postmodernism in much more detail
B. The class will read works by writers whose ideas she expects will interest the student.
C. The student will have opportunities to talk about the course material in a small group.
D. The student will be able to make use of the law library