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Monday, November 2, 2015

MUET July 2015 Reading Questions & My Suggested Answers.

Hi guys.. I know this has been a long time coming but finally managed to scan all the papers for the July 2015 Reading paper.

Get the complete set here.

Am now working on the answers:

Here goes.

1. C (no data on skin creams)
2. A (2013 data)
3. B
4. B
5. A/C (slow = low?)
6. C
7. A (endorsement paved way for broader acceptance
8. A
9. B
10. C (no infor on 'better')
11. A
12. A
13. A
14. C
15. A
16. C
17. B
18. B
19. A
20. A
21. B
22. C
23. B
24. C
25. C
26. B
27. C
28. B
29. A
30. C
31. B
32. C
33. D
34. C
35. D
36. D
37. B
38. B
39. C
40. D
41. A
42. C
43. A
44. C
45. D

13 comments:

  1. OMG, hi, I really love your writings here, in this blog. Keep up in helping others because I do too have a blog on English language and its a happiness to know people read our blogs. Keep it up teacher.

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  2. thank you teacher. you help me lot :)

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  4. Hello teacher, your blog helped alot in my muet journey, thanks! I'm anxious about Nov 2015 Reading answers, it was a tough one. :(

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  5. teacher can you pls post the nov reading answer

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  6. Ma'am I wish you can give a suggesstion answer for readings on november session as well.

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  7. Now I'm not here for MUET. :)
    But I like what you're sharing here and stayed here longer than I had initially intended. Anyhoo, just thought of letting you know, i went to Papar last september. beautiful place. awesome people. hoho

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  8. Hello , teacher . I would like to know about Muet reading November 2015 Answers . Thank you so much.

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  9. Hello teacher when you will publish reading muet nov 2015 answers??

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  10. I think reading component was the toughest one compared to other components this time. I read each of the articles at least three times and indeed it is very tricky. I hope Madam Audrey can help us by providing suggestion answers for our reference.

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  11. Hi Ms.Audrey! :D

    I'm Herh Sun. You can call me Ernest. ;) I'm from Penang, and I just completed Sixth Form. I took MUET this past July and very thankfully, I scored a Band 6! :D

    I scored 109/120 for my Reading paper, which is equivalent to 41/45. I've always been very very curious as to which four questions I answered wrongly, and since you've posted your answers here, I suppose we can compare our answers and possibly find out which ones I did answer wrongly? ;)

    My Answers:
    1. C
    2. A
    3. B
    4. B
    5. A
    6. C
    7. A
    8. A
    9. B
    10. C
    11. C
    12. A
    13. B
    14. B
    15. A
    16. C
    17. B
    18. B
    19. A
    20. A
    21. B
    22. C
    23. B
    24. C
    25. C
    26. B
    27. C
    28. B
    29. A
    30. C
    31. B
    32. B
    33. D
    34. C
    35. B
    36. D
    37. C
    38. B
    39. C
    40. D
    41. A
    42. C
    43. A
    44. C
    45. D

    Questions of which our answers differ:
    11. You chose A, I chose C. While most of the time the topic sentence is the opener of a paragraph, I feel the paragraph in question is trying to make a point on how algorithms execute tasks at remarkable speeds. That is what the paragraph is trying to convey. Hence only C would make the most suitable topic sentence of paragraph 4.

    13. You chose A, I chose B. A I feel is not that correct because only one field was mentioned: the medical field. Statements like "Watson is poised to revolutionize the medical field" and "many people are more willing to trust Watson than even their physicians" drove me to choose B as the answer.

    14. You chose C, I chose B. I chose B because the entire passage was indeed persuasive. There wasn't any contradicting opinions and inferences.

    32. You chose C, I chose B. According to Google, "blew the doors off the rest" means to win by a large margin. The little poll conducted was to find out which sound appealed most to people's ears. Appeal imo = popularity. Hence my choice of B, the most popular.

    35. You chose D, I chose B. Retailers has already begun using the same strategy of utilising sound as means of marketing.

    37. You chose B, I chose C. Keeping the volume low = using sound conspicuously.


    I appreciate any feedback you may have, Ms.Audrey! Thanks for always providing MUET students with such helpful resources! Mad respect for you! :D Merry early X'mas :)

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  12. Hi all, I am going to take MUET in March 2016. I never thought that reading paper can be so hard, I score only 21/45 in mock exam today. My speaking and listening is in band 4 and band 5. Am I not mastering the techniques correctly or I just need to work hard on reading? :(

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