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telling. Ihat not having children and being slighlly differenl should stand you in
go od stcad in science. (11.2) They do want childrcn and, gcnerally. Ihey
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arc less assertivc than men, and this makes it harder for them to succced. Today, mozliwosci A, n, c lub O, tal< aby otrzymac logiczny, spójny i poprawny
womcn arc under-represented in ncarly all scientilie arcas. gramalycznietekst. Za kazda poprawna odpowiedzotrzymasz0,5 punklu.
To addrcss this imbalance. a sludyon women in science in Britain was
undcrlakcn. and ( was lo coordinate it. ( have bcen hclpcd in this by many people,
Nearly half or Ihc US's tifiy-five IUl11e speciesare (12.1.) __ and cars eOllld
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widcsprcad it iso Same WO/llcn rcponcd being laughed at for whal they do. Plenly volumes for eaeh slale. He calculates that cars kil! live per cent ot' the turtle
reportcd being pigeon-holed -
confined lo jobs Iheir mak employers Ihoughl Ihey
population every year. with land lurtles and large pond turtles most (12.5.) _
would be good at because Ihey were female. ,
That's enough lO seriously deplcte turtle nllmbers. says Gibbs. They takc severul
. I, 100, cxperienccd some ar thescdifticulties. (t 1.4) Jl-does seem to gel
warse as you get older; when you are young you almost cxpecl to be palronised and years (12.6.) .' sa most Imtle spccics can't cope wilh losscs ar lI10rc (han
ignored. II 's when you gel older and slarl challenging the men Ihat il gels harder. Iwo to Ihree per cenI a year.
Sexisl alllludcs art: very dirriCldl lo police. because they me callscd lO some 12. t. A. diminishcd B. in decline C. in delicit D, rcducing
dcgrec by women not being as asscnive as mcn - holding back. and nOI having the
sclr-conl1dcncc to do things. (11.5.) Il'S more aboul IVomen having 12.2. A. await B. face C. sland D. lakc
con/idcnce In thcmselves. The l11alc-dominatcd culturc bears a lot of lhe blamc roI'
12.3. A. innumcrable B. outnumbered C. unexpected D. unreliahle
Ihis. We arc not going lO ehange Ihe male psyche overnighl, sa we have lo try to
change the eulturc and get people thinking. 12.4. A. along wilh B. amongsl C. aside D. aside from

12.5. A. at risk B. risked C. risking D. risky

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Z JEZYKA ANGIELSKIEGO year students,was (13.2.) out by honours student Kirsten Vallmullr.
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Despite the doubters, it seems there is 6.1. which suggests it iso


6.2. _ .-'-_ years ago the Health and Satety Executivepublished a report trom
Carditf Universitywhich, 6.3. other Ihings, compared stress levels in
different6.4. .The study. The Scale af OccupatianalStress, toundthat 20%
ot people reported high levels ot stress 6.5. work,Teachers lopped this
particular league labie, with 41% reportinghigh6.6. ot stress. This survey
was based on people's selt-evaluation ot stress. Some ot the more skeplical non-
teachers mightsay it proves nothing 6.7. _ __ tl1atteachers complain more
than others. Bulitteachers teel unhappy,this willhave an imp~t on the childrenthey
teach, as well as on recruitmentand retention levels, not to 6.8.
the cosl ot cover tor sick leave. So those who point to teachers' long holidays are
6.9. the point.This}s not a competitionforwho worksthe most days or the
longesl hours, or even who is under Ihe.greatesl pressure lo deliver results, but
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3' it has becn casier. Firstly, I decided not to have children. It wasn't a sacri!icc.
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tell ing. lhal not having children and being slightly different should stand you in
Przeczytaj ponizszy tekst. Uzupelnij luki (12.1.-12.6.), wybieraj~lcjl'dlu! z p(ldall~'Ch
good stcad in scicnce. (11.2) They do want childrcn and, gcnerally, they
mozliwosci A, n, c lub D, tal< aby otrzymac logiczny, spójny i poprawny
arc Icss assertivc than men, and this makes it harder for them to succeed. Today,
gramatycznie tekst. Za kazda poprawna odpowiedz otrzymasz 0,5 pUIII\l\l.
women are under-represenlcd in ncarly all scienti!ic areas.
To address this imbalance. a studyon women in science in Britain was
undcrlaken. and 1 was to coordinatc it. [ have been helped in this by numy people,
Nearly half ol' [he US's tilty-ftvc lUl11especies are (12.1.) __ and cars could
be parlly lOblame.
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Wc found inslilutionalised sexism righl aeross (he scicntific cstablishment. Turtlc$ likc to roam,bul(12.2.) littlcchanceona busyroad.As read
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becausc you are a woman. There is bullying, lhough it is hard lO say how at Syracusemodelledturtle movements (12.4.) road densilicsand tranie
widcspread it isoSome womcn reported being laughed at for whal lhey do. Plen.ly volumes for each stale. He ealculates lhat ears ki!l five per ccnl ol' the turlle
reported being pigeon-holed - conlined to jobs their male cmployers thoughl they population every year, with land turtles and large pond turtIcs mosl (12.5.) _
would be good at because lhey werc fernale.
That's enough to seriously deplete turtle nUll1bers.says Gibbs. They takc scvcral
. l. too. expericnced same ol' these diffieulties. (11.4) __ It does scem to gel
worsc as you get older; when you are young you almost cxpCCllO be patronised and years (12.6.) .' so most lUrllespecics can't cope wilh losscs ot'mOl'cthan
ignorcd. It"s when you get older and start challcnging the men that it gcts harder. twa to three per cent a year.
Scxist a1litudcs are very difficult 10 police, bceallsc they are causcd lO some 12.1. A. diminishcd 13.in dedine C. in delicit D. rcducing
degree by womcn not being as asscnive as men - holding back, and nOl having the
self-conlldcnceto do things.(11.5.) It's morc aoout womcnhaving 12.2. A. await B. face C. stand D. lakc
eonlidcnec In thcmselves. The male-dominated eulture bcars a lot ol' the blamc lur 12.3. A. innumcrable B. outnumbcrcd D. unrcliablc
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ARKUSZ III Vallmuur founu Ihat students who worked alone. who did little soeializlng and
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avoided (13.3.) camplls.social clubs achicvedbetter grades than others
who enjoyed activc sociallives, Furthermorc. Vall1l1ullrsaid. pessimistic stuucnts
were (13.4.) to be more objective and sceptical,qualities essential :or thc
Czas prac)' 110 minut study of science. 'Pessimism may 1l10tivatestudents to work harder to achi..:v..:
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Prosze sprawdzic, czy arkusz egzaminacyjny zawiera 6 slron.
(13.5.) .bUl that extrcme poverly (13.6.) ilccess to books and
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