Test 15: Section # 1 – Use of University grounds & Patient Information Leaflet

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GT Reading Test 15: Section # 1

You should spend about 20 minutes on Questions 1-13, which are based on Reading Passages below.

Write answers to questions in boxes 1-13 on your answer sheet.

Question 1-5
Look at the information below about the use of vehicles in the University grounds.

In boxes 1-5 on your answer sheet write –

TRUE if the statement is true
FALSE if the statement is false
NOT GIVEN if the information is not given in the passage

Example: The campus roads are not open to general members of the public.
Answer: True.

1. University employees do not need to pay for their parking permits.
2. Parking in Halls of Residence is handled by the Wardens of the Halls.
3. Having a University permit does not allow staff to park at Halls.
4. Parking permits cost £20 a year.
5. Students living in Hall do not need permission to park in Hall car parks.


The University grounds are private.

The University authorities only allow authorised members of the University, visitors and drivers of vehicles servicing the University to enter the grounds.

Members of staff who have paid the requisite fee and display the appropriate permit may bring a vehicle into the grounds. A University permit does not entitle them to park in Hall car parks, however, unless authorised by the Warden of the Hall concerned.

Students may not bring vehicles into the grounds during the working day unless they have been given special permission by the Security Officer and have paid for and are displaying an appropriate entry permit. Students living in Halls of Residence must obtain permission from the Warden to keep a motor vehicle at their residence.

Students are reminded that if they park a motor vehicle on University premises without a valid permit, they will be fined £20.

Questions 6-13
Look at the patient information leaflet below.
Match each of the following sentences with TWO possible endings A-M from the box below.
Write the appropriate letters A-M in boxes 6-13 on your answer sheet.

Example: Borodine table should not be given to ……
Answer: A and M

Questions 6 and 7
Borodine tablets might be used to treat ……..…

Questions 8 and 9
You must ask your doctor before taking Borodine tablets if you are already being treated for ……..…

Questions 10 and 11
You do not need to consult your doctor immediately if Borodine tablets give you ……..…

Questions 12 and 13
You must consult your doctor at once if you find Borodine tablets cause ……..…

Possible Endings

A. children under 12 years of age.
B. a headache.
C. an uncomfortable feeling in your stomach.
D. symptoms similar to a cold.
E. a change in your skin colour.
F. anything treated by a prescription medicine.
G. a kidney complaint.
H. a whitening of the eyes.
I. sore or broken skin.
J. a fungal infection.
K. a feeling of sadness.
L. shortness of breath.
M. a woman expecting a child.


The name of your medicine is Borodine tablets.


Borodine tablets are used to help relieve hay fever and conditions due to allergies, in particular, skin reactions and a runny nose.

It is not recommended that Borodine tablets are given to children under 12 years of age or pregnant or breastfeeding women.


In some circumstances, it is very important not to take Borodine tablets. If you ignore these instructions, this medicine could affect your heart rhythm.

Are you taking oral medicines for fungal infections?

Have you suffered a reaction to medicines containing Borodine before?

Do you suffer from any liver, kidney or heart disease?

If the answer to any of these questions is YES, do not take Borodine tablets before consulting your doctor.


Borodine tablets, like many other medicines, may cause side-effects in some people.

If you faint, stop taking Borodine tablets and tell your doctor immediately.

In addition, Borodine tablets may cause problems with your vision, hair loss, depression or confusion, yellowing of your skin or your eyes.

If you have these effects whilst taking Borodine tablets tell your doctor immediately.

Other side-effects are dizziness or headaches, and indigestion or stomach ache. However, these effects are often mild and usually wear off after a few days’ treatment. If they last for more than a few days, tell your doctor.

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Use of University grounds by Vehicular Traffic & Patient Information Leaflet: Reading Answers


6. & 7. D, I (In either order)
8. & 9. G, J (In either order)
10. & 11. B, C (In either order)
12. & 13. E, K (In either order)

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