[Batbold B] Writing Practice Test 596936
You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.
The process below shows how to make dough for a pizza.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
You should write at least 150 words.
The details about the difficulties challenged by children in two primary schools in 2005 and 2015 are presented in the table.
For school A, the most common educational problem with students in 2005 was the task of following instructions, with 42 percent of children having difficulty. Followed by the area of concentration in lessons, which was occurred in 40 percent of students. Whereas, only 15 percent of children, which was the highest percentage in any task, had concentration complications for school B in 2005. From the information given, it is clear that school A had far more young students with educational issues than school B in that year.
However, in a ten year period, school A managed to decrease the percentage of roughly every field of educational problems experienced with young learners, including 24 percent and 22 percent reduction in the task of the following instruction and concentration, respectively. While, on the contrary, there was a minor percentage increment observed in about all areas of challenges faced by children of school B. The most notable increases were appeared in spelling and following instruction tasks, which both rose from 5 and 6 percent to 10 and 12 percent.
You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
Write about the following topic.
Some people think that it is more beneficial to take part in sports which are played in teams, like football. But others think taking part in individual sports is better, like swimming. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
You should write at least 250 words.
In most cases, the age of 60 or 65 indicates the time for retirement for an individual. Although, some believe that they should have a right to continue working for as long as they wish.
It is partly true that the elderly should be allowed to choose whether work or not, but this depends heavily on the work efficiency and performance of the person and what kind of job they have.
At any level of age, an employee's work efficiency and performance are always the fundamental criteria for the employer. It is usually measured by the quality of output and the speed of the process. When people get older, their effective work rate tends to decline for majority. Hence, a person need to give up on work. However, there are still a number of older adults who remain as profitable as youths, and some may considered more valuable by virtue of years of experience. In such circumstances, an elderly should be accepted to continue work.
As mentioned above, it also depends on what kind of job the elderly have. If the job is more of a practical or physical type, such as an engineer, it may be hard to allow a senior to carry on work. On the contrary, if the elder has a more theoretical or intellectual job as a teacher, this can be easy to consider to give extra years to work.
In conclusion, allowance of people to pursue working after the retirement age seems to depend on themselves. Elders whose effectiveness on work is declining as the majority, or individuals with physical jobs should declare retirement at the age. In contrast, for people who are noticing no difference in their work efficiency or intellect, continuing their work should sound no problem.