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READING PASSAGE 1
What's on sydney
Read the information below and answer Questions 1-4.
A. AUSTRALIA'S SCHOOL OF STAND-UP COMEDY
Star Bar Next course Feb
Australia's School of Stand-up Comedy! Five week course Welcome to Australia's school of stand-up comedy. This course was designed to take you step by step into the mind and world of the stand-up comic. The ability to ... More
B. DANCE CLASSES
The Wharf Daily, various times
Adult Classes Sydney Dance Company Dance Studios run over 70 dance classes for adults every
week. Located at Sydney Dance Company at The Wharf, dance styles on offer include Jazz, Funk, Hip Hop, Tap, Contemporary, ... More
C. Digital Photography 4 hour Workshop - Bohemian & Colonial Sydney Walking Tour
Sydney City East area December 19, 30 January 2
Discover and capture Sydney's lesser known landmarks whilst improving your photographic skills on this fun and informal digital photography walking tour. Suitable for all photographers (local or tourist) ... More
D. Dl Bootcamp and P&O's 8 day/ 3 island DJ Course Cruise!
P&O Cruises Sydney harbour Sept 22-29
Australia's first professional DJ Cruise! P&O and DJ Bootcamp have teamed up to bring you an amazing 8 days, 3 island professional DJ training course cruise. 1 price includes your room, meals, entertainment, island ... More
E. NIDA SUMMER HOLIDAY COURSES
MIDA 4 JAMUARY-22 JAMUARY
For the summer holidays in January 2010 NIDA will be offering some exciting new courses including Dinosaur Park, NIDA Space Academy, Circus and Clown School, Puppet Making, and Music Theatre for People with Intellectual ... More .
F. TALKABOUT Lecture Series - "Big Ideas"
Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts
2 February - 16 February
The first guest for the 2010 TaIkabout series of talks is Dr. Anne Summers, best-selling author and columnist who has had a long career in politics and the media: she will launch the series with February's
theme 'Big ... More
Read the text below and answer Questions 5-10.
|1||Read the Joining Instructions from your college carefully and use your unconditional offer and the letter for Immigration purposes to apply for a visa or entry clearance.|
|2||Have you applied for your accommodation? If so, and you have had this confirmed, remember to bring your accommodation contract. Don't forget to carry this contract in your hand luggage.|
|3||Check that your passport Is valid and not about to expire.|
|4||Apply for a visa for the period of your study In the UK (If you are a visa national) or entry clearance for all other non-EEA countries. For more Information go to: www.ukvisas.gov.uk|
|5||Take a photocopy of your passport (pages with your personal details and visa page). Make your travel arrangements and remember your travel tickets.|
|6||Make labels for your luggage. Note that airlines In the UK are strictly enforcing hand baggage policies, so only carry the minimum through security.|
|7||Make a list of the contents of your luggage for Insurance purposes.|
|8||Weigh your luggage to ensure that It Is within your baggage allowance.|
|9||If you require any prescription medication remember to pack an adequate supply, along with a letter from your doctor explaining what they are for.|
|10||Bring a short medical history If possible. This will be helpful when you register with a doctor on arrival.|
|11||Bring vaccination certificates, If required. Check the current position on www.ukvlsas.gov.uk|
|12||Bring a bank reference or a letter from your home bank. Read more about banking|
Read the text below and answer Questions 11-14.
Registering with a doctor (GP) under the National Health Service (NHS)
To register with a GP you simply need to visit a surgery during surgery hours and ask to be included on the GP's list of patients. You will be given a short application form to complete. You will then be sent a medical card, which will carry your NHS number. If the GP cannot accept you, try elsewhere or use the NHS local search at http://www.nhs.uk/.
If you are receiving regular treatment/medicine we suggest that you submit these details to your GP. Make sure that you are aware of the surgery hours; ask the receptionist who may then give you a list of surgery hours. You will usually need to make an appointment if you wish to see a GP, however you can ask
for an emergency appointment if you need to see the GP urgently.
Remember to attend your appointment or to cancel/rearrange it if you cannot attend , as doctors often have heavy work schedules and your appointment could be offered to another patient.
If you are seriously ill and cannot visit the surgery then the GP can be called out to see you. The receptionist will tell you what time the GP will visit you.
Look at the six course descriptions, A-F.
Write the correct letter, A-F, in boxes 1-4 on your answer sheet.
NB You may use any letter more than once.
On which course do you need to move around the city?
On which TWO courses can you learn ways to make people laugh? (Example: A,B not A and B)
Which course takes you round in a boat?
Which TWO courses last more than two weeks? (Example: A,B not A and B)
Answer the questions below.
Write the correct number of the reminder in boxes 5-10 on your answer sheet.
NB You may use any number more than once.
tells you what to do about medicines you might need?
advises you to take certain documents in your hand luggage?
tells you what documents you need to apply for a visa?
advises you to check health requirements for entering the country?
warns you about an airline policy?
advises you to bring documents showing your housing arrangements?
Answer the questions below.
Choose NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS from the text for each answer.
Write your answers in boxes 11-14 on your answer sheet.
Where must you go to register with a GP?
What information does your medical card give?
Who can tell you what the surgery's hours are?
What should you do if you can 't go to an appointment?