Academic reading test 2 part 3

Questions 27-32: You should spend about 20 minutes on Questions 27-40, which are based on Reading Passage.
Reading Passage has six sections, A-F. Choose the correct heading for each section from the list of headings below.
Write the correct number, i-viii, in boxes 27-32 on your answer sheet.

List of Headings

i. Courses that require a high level of commitment

ii. A course title with two meanings

iii. The equal importance of two key issues

iv. Applying a theory in an unexpected context

v. The financial benefits of studying

vi. A surprising course title

vii. Different names for different outcomes

viii. The possibility of attracting the wrong kind of student

27. Section A ….

28. Section B ….

29. Section C ….

30. Section D ….

31. Section E ….

32. Section F ….

Questions 33-36:
Complete the summary below.
Choose NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS from the passage for each answer. 
Write your answers in boxes 33-36 on your answer sheet.

The 'Arson for Profit' course
This is a university course intended for students who are undergraduates and who are studying 33 The expectation is that they will become 34 specialising in arson The course will help them to detect cases of arson and find 35  of criminal intent, leading to successful 36 in the courts.

Questions 37-40:
Write YES, NO or NOT GIVEN for Questions 37 to 40.
37. It is difficult to attract students onto courses that do not focus on a career.

38. The 'Arson for Profit' course would be useful for people intending to set fire to buildings.

39. Fire science courses are too academic to help people to be good at the job of firefighting.

40. The writer's fire science students provided a detailed definition of the purpose of their studies.

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