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Candidate A

Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Sometimes there exists a generation gap between the young and the old. Why does this happen?
Task A: This could be due to a difference in interest between the two age groups. Explain.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Sometimes there exists a generation gap between the young and the old. Why does this happen?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the main cause for the generation gap.
(i)

Difference in interest

(ii)

Difference in experience

(iii)

Difference in the way the two age groups communicate

(iv)

Difference in attitude

Candidate B
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Sometimes there exists a generation gap between the young and the old. Why does this happen?
Task A: This could be due to a difference in experience between the two age groups. Explain.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Sometimes there exists a generation gap between the young and the old. Why does this happen?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the main cause for the generation gap.
(i)

Difference in interest

(ii)

Difference in experience

(iii)

Difference in the way the two age groups communicate

(iv)

Difference in attitude

Candidate C
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Sometimes there exists a generation gap between the young and the old. Why does this happen?
Task A: This could be due to a difference in the way the two age groups communicate.
Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Sometimes there exists a generation gap between the young and the old. Why does this happen?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the main cause for the generation gap.
(i)

Difference in interest

(ii)

Difference in experience

(iii)

Difference in the way the two age groups communicate

(iv)

Difference in attitude

Candidate D
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Sometimes there exists a generation gap between the young and the old. Why does this happen?
Task A: This could be due to a difference in attitude between the two age groups. Explain.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Sometimes there exists a generation gap between the young and the old. Why does this happen?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the main cause for the generation gap.
(i)

Difference in interest

(ii)

Difference in experience

(iii)

Difference in the way the two age groups communicate

(iv)

Difference in attitude

Candidate A
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Parents nowadays are concerned about their childrens health. Suggest ways for parents to ensure
their children are healthy.
Task A: Parents can plan healthy meals for their children. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Parents nowadays are concerned about their childrens health. Suggest ways for parents to ensure
their children are healthy.
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most effective way for parents to ensure their
children are healthy.

(i)

Plan healthy meals for their children

(ii)

Ensure a good balance between rest and physical activities for their children

(iii)

Be a good role models of healthy living

(iv)

Take their children for regular medical check-ups.

Candidate B
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Parents nowadays are concerned about their childrens health. Suggest ways for parents to ensure
their children are healthy.
Task A: Parents can ensure a good balance between rest and physical activities for their
children. Elaborate.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Parents nowadays are concerned about their childrens health. Suggest ways for parents to ensure
their children are healthy.
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most effective way for parents to ensure their
children are healthy.

(i)

Plan healthy meals for their children

(ii)

Ensure a good balance between rest and physical activities for their children

(iii)

Be a good role models of healthy living

(iv)

Take their children for regular medical check-ups.

Candidate C
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Parents nowadays are concerned about their childrens health. Suggest ways for parents to ensure
their children are healthy.
Task A: Parents should be a good role models of healthy living. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Parents nowadays are concerned about their childrens health. Suggest ways for parents to ensure
their children are healthy.
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most effective way for parents to ensure their
children are healthy.

(i)

Plan healthy meals for their children

(ii)

Ensure a good balance between rest and physical activities for their children

(iii)

Be a good role models of healthy living

(iv)

Take their children for regular medical check-ups.

Candidate D
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Parents nowadays are concerned about their childrens health. Suggest ways for parents to ensure
their children are healthy.
Task A: Parents should take their children for regular medical check-ups. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Parents nowadays are concerned about their childrens health. Suggest ways for parents to ensure
their children are healthy.
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most effective way for parents to ensure their
children are healthy.

(i)

Plan healthy meals for their children

(ii)

Ensure a good balance between rest and physical activities for their children

(iii)

Be a good role models of healthy living

(iv)

Take their children for regular medical check-ups.

Candidate A
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Scholarship advertisements often list the selection criteria of the sponsors. Name one criterion.
Task A: One criterion is candidates must have excellent academic results. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Scholarship advertisements often list the selection criteria of the sponsors. Name one criterion.
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most important criterion for awarding
scholarships.
(i)

Candidates must have excellent academic results

(ii)

Candidates must be selected for programmes required by the sponsors

(iii)

Candidates must be all-rounders

(iv)

Candidates must perform well at the selection interview

Candidate B
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Scholarship advertisements often list the selection criteria of the sponsors. Name one criterion.
Task A: One criterion is candidates must be selected for programmes required by the
sponsors. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Scholarship advertisements often list the selection criteria of the sponsors. Name one criterion.
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most important criterion for awarding
scholarships.

(i)

Candidates must have excellent academic results

(ii)

Candidates must be selected for programmes required by the sponsors

(iii)

Candidates must be all-rounders

(iv)

Candidates must perform well at the selection interview

Candidate C
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Scholarship advertisements often list the selection criteria of the sponsors. Name one criterion.
Task A: One criterion is candidates must be all-rounders. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Scholarship advertisements often list the selection criteria of the sponsors. Name one criterion.
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most important criterion for awarding
scholarships.

(i)

Candidates must have excellent academic results

(ii)

Candidates must be selected for programmes required by the sponsors

(iii)

Candidates must be all-rounders

(iv)

Candidates must perform well at the selection interview

Candidate D
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Scholarship advertisements often list the selection criteria of the sponsors. Name one criterion.
Task A: One criterion is candidates must perform well at the selection interview. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Scholarship advertisements often list the selection criteria of the sponsors. Name one criterion.
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most important criterion for awarding
scholarships.

(i)

Candidates must have excellent academic results

(ii)

Candidates must be selected for programmes required by the sponsors

(iii)

Candidates must be all-rounders

(iv)

Candidates must perform well at the selection interview

Candidate A
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
If you were a parent, what would you want your children to have? Suggest some aspects.
Task A: I would want my children to have a good education. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
If you were a parent, what would you want your children to have? Suggest some aspects.
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most important aspect that you would want your
children to have.

(i)

A good education

(ii)

A love for reading

(iii)

A kind heart

(iv)

A healthy lifestyle

Candidate B
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
If you were a parent, what would you want your children to have? Suggest some aspects.
Task A: I would want my children to have a love for reading. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
If you were a parent, what would you want your children to have? Suggest some aspects.
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most important aspect that you would want your
children to have.

(i)

A good education

(ii)

A love for reading

(iii)

A kind heart

(iv)

A healthy lifestyle

Candidate C
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
If you were a parent, what would you want your children to have? Suggest some aspects.
Task A: I would want my children to have a kind heart. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
If you were a parent, what would you want your children to have? Suggest some aspects.
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most important aspect that you would want your
children to have.

(i)

A good education

(ii)

A love for reading

(iii)

A kind heart

(iv)

A healthy lifestyle

Candidate D
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
If you were a parent, what would you want your children to have? Suggest some aspects.
Task A: I would want my children to have a healthy lifestyle. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
If you were a parent, what would you want your children to have? Suggest some aspects.
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most important aspect that you would want your
children to have.

(i)

A good education

(ii)

A love for reading

(iii)

A kind heart

(iv)

A healthy lifestyle

Candidate A
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
There is a new town council in your area. Offer some suggestions for improvement to be carried
out in your area.
Task A: You suggest better maintenance of roads in the area. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
There is a new town council in your area. Offer some suggestions for improvement to be carried
out in your area.

Task B: Discuss which of the following is the best improvement to be carried out.
(i)

Better maintenance of roads

(ii)

Improving the welfare of senior citizens

(iii)

Better public facilities

(iv)

Improving security

Candidate B
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
There is a new town council in your area. Offer some suggestions for improvement to be carried
out in your area.
Task A: You suggest improving the welfare of senior citizens in the area. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation

There is a new town council in your area. Offer some suggestions for improvement to be carried
out in your area.
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the best improvement to be carried out.
(i)

Better maintenance of roads

(ii)

Improving the welfare of senior citizens

(iii)

Better public facilities

(iv)

Improving security

Candidate C
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
There is a new town council in your area. Offer some suggestions for improvement to be carried
out in your area.
Task A: You suggest better public facilities in the area. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
There is a new town council in your area. Offer some suggestions for improvement to be carried
out in your area.
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the best improvement to be carried out.
(i)

Better maintenance of roads

(ii)

Improving the welfare of senior citizens

(iii)

Better public facilities

(iv)

Improving security

Candidate D
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
There is a new town council in your area. Offer some suggestions for improvement to be carried
out in your area.
Task A: You suggest improving security in the area. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.

You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
There is a new town council in your area. Offer some suggestions for improvement to be carried
out in your area.
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the best improvement to be carried out.
(i)

Better maintenance of roads

(ii)

Improving the welfare of senior citizens

(iii)

Better public facilities

(iv)

Improving security

Candidate A
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Children should show their appreciation for their parents. What are some of the ways to do this?
Task A: One way is to send their parents on a holiday. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.

You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Children should show their appreciation for their parents. What are some of the ways to do this?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the best way children can show their appreciation for
their parents.
(i)

Send their parents on a holiday

(ii)

Take over some of their parents chores

(iii)

Buy something valuable for their parents

(iv)

Spend some quality time with their parents

Candidate B
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Children should show their appreciation for their parents. What are some of the ways to do this?
Task A: One way is to take over some of their parents chores. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.

You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Children should show their appreciation for their parents. What are some of the ways to do this?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the best way children can show their appreciation for
their parents.
(i)

Send their parents on a holiday

(ii)

Take over some of their parents chores

(iii)

Buy something valuable for their parents

(iv)

Spend some quality time with their parents

Candidate C
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Children should show their appreciation for their parents. What are some of the ways to do this?
Task A: One way is to buy something valuable for their parents. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.

You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Children should show their appreciation for their parents. What are some of the ways to do this?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the best way children can show their appreciation for
their parents.
(i)

Send their parents on a holiday

(ii)

Take over some of their parents chores

(iii)

Buy something valuable for their parents

(iv)

Spend some quality time with their parents

Candidate D
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Children should show their appreciation for their parents. What are some of the ways to do this?
Task A: One way is to spend some quality time with their parents. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.

You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Children should show their appreciation for their parents. What are some of the ways to do this?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the best way children can show their appreciation for
their parents.
(i)

Send their parents on a holiday

(ii)

Take over some of their parents chores

(iii)

Buy something valuable for their parents

(iv)

Spend some quality time with their parents

Candidate A
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Flood victims require help. Suggest where flood victims can obtain help.
Task A: Flood victims can obtain help from the public. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.

You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Flood victims require help. Suggest where flood victims can obtain help.
Task B: Discuss which of the following can offer the best help to flood victims.
(i)

The public

(ii)

The relevant authorities

(iii)

The mass media

(iv)

The private sector

Candidate B
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Flood victims require help. Suggest where flood victims can obtain help.
Task A: Flood victims can obtain help from the relevant authorities. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.

At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.


You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Flood victims require help. Suggest where flood victims can obtain help.
Task B: Discuss which of the following can offer the best help to flood victims.
(i)

The public

(ii)

The relevant authorities

(iii)

The mass media

(iv)

The private sector

Candidate C
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Flood victims require help. Suggest where flood victims can obtain help.
Task A: Flood victims can obtain help from the mass media. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.

In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Flood victims require help. Suggest where flood victims can obtain help.
Task B: Discuss which of the following can offer the best help to flood victims.
(i)

The public

(ii)

The relevant authorities

(iii)

The mass media

(iv)

The private sector

Candidate D
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Flood victims require help. Suggest where flood victims can obtain help.
Task A: Flood victims can obtain help from the private sector. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.

You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.


In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Flood victims require help. Suggest where flood victims can obtain help.
Task B: Discuss which of the following can offer the best help to flood victims.
(i)

The public

(ii)

The relevant authorities

(iii)

The mass media

(iv)

The private sector

Candidate A
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Everybody has memorable moments in their lives. What are some of these moments?
Task A: A memorable moment is the first day of school. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Everybody has memorable moments in their lives. What are some of these moments?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most memorable moment of ones life.
(i)

The first day of school

(ii)

A birthday celebration

(iii)

A trip to a special place

(iv)

The day you me a special person

Candidate B
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Everybody has memorable moments in their lives. What are some of these moments?
Task A: A memorable moment is a birthday celebration. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Everybody has memorable moments in their lives. What are some of these moments?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most memorable moment of ones life.
(i)

The first day of school

(ii)

A birthday celebration

(iii)

A trip to a special place

(iv)

The day you me a special person

Candidate C
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Everybody has memorable moments in their lives. What are some of these moments?
Task A: A memorable moment is a trip to a special place. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Everybody has memorable moments in their lives. What are some of these moments?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most memorable moment of ones life.
(i)

The first day of school

(ii)

A birthday celebration

(iii)

A trip to a special place

(iv)

The day you me a special person

Candidate D
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Everybody has memorable moments in their lives. What are some of these moments?
Task A: A memorable moment is the day you met a special person. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Everybody has memorable moments in their lives. What are some of these moments?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most memorable moment of ones life.
(i)

The first day of school

(ii)

A birthday celebration

(iii)

A trip to a special place

(iv)

The day you me a special person

Candidate A
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
As a new student leader, you want to help improve your college. How can you help improve your
college?
Task A: You can organize activities to encourage interaction between staff and students.
Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
As a new student leader, you want to help improve your college. How can you help improve your
college?
Task B: Discuss which of the following would best help to improve your college.
(i)

Organize activities to encourage interaction between staff and students

(ii)

Raise funds for a sports complex

(iii)

Set up Wi-fi free zone in the college compound

(iv)

Introduce programmes which can foster team work among students

Candidate B
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
As a new student leader, you want to help improve your college. How can you help improve your
college?
Task A: You can raise funds for a sports complex. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
As a new student leader, you want to help improve your college. How can you help improve your
college?
Task B: Discuss which of the following would best help to improve your college.
(i)

Organize activities to encourage interaction between staff and students

(ii)

Raise funds for a sports complex

(iii)

Set up Wi-fi free zone in the college compound

(iv)

Introduce programmes which can foster team work among students

Candidate C
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
As a new student leader, you want to help improve your college. How can you help improve your
college?

Task A: You can set up Wi-fi free zone in the college compound. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
As a new student leader, you want to help improve your college. How can you help improve your
college?
Task B: Discuss which of the following would best help to improve your college.
(i)

Organize activities to encourage interaction between staff and students

(ii)

Raise funds for a sports complex

(iii)

Set up Wi-fi free zone in the college compound

(iv)

Introduce programmes which can foster team work among students

Candidate D
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation

As a new student leader, you want to help improve your college. How can you help improve your
college?
Task A: You can introduce programmes which can foster team work among students.
Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
As a new student leader, you want to help improve your college. How can you help improve your
college?
Task B: Discuss which of the following would best help to improve your college.
(i)

Organize activities to encourage interaction between staff and students

(ii)

Raise funds for a sports complex

(iii)

Set up Wi-fi free zone in the college compound

(iv)

Introduce programmes which can foster team work among students

Candidate A
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation

Good values are important. What are some of these values?


Task A: It is important to be loyal. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Good values are important. What are some of these values?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most important value to have.
(i)

To be loyal

(ii)

To be forgiving

(iii)

To be helpful

(iv)

To be respectful

Candidate B
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Good values are important. What are some of these values?
Task A: It is important to be forgiving. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Good values are important. What are some of these values?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most important value to have.
(i)

To be loyal

(ii)

To be forgiving

(iii)

To be helpful

(iv)

To be respectful

Candidate C
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Good values are important. What are some of these values?
Task A: It is important to be helpful. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Good values are important. What are some of these values?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most important value to have.
(i)

To be loyal

(ii)

To be forgiving

(iii)

To be helpful

(iv)

To be respectful

Candidate D
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Good values are important. What are some of these values?
Task A: It is important to be respectful. Elaborate.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Good values are important. What are some of these values?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most important value to have.
(i)

To be loyal

(ii)

To be forgiving

(iii)

To be helpful

(iv)

To be respectful

Candidate A
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
There is a need to promote healthy living among children. Who can help to do this?
Task A: The mass media can help to promote healthy living among children. Explain.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
There is a need to promote healthy living among children. Who can help to do this?
Task B: Discuss which of the following can contribute the most to promote healthy living
among children.
(i)

The mass media

(ii)

Parents

(iii)

Schools

(iv)

Friends

Candidate B
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
There is a need to promote healthy living among children. Who can help to do this?
Task A: Parents can help to promote healthy living among children. Explain.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
There is a need to promote healthy living among children. Who can help to do this?
Task B: Discuss which of the following can contribute the most to promote healthy living
among children.
(i)

The mass media

(ii)

Parents

(iii)

Schools

(iv)

Friends

Candidate C
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
There is a need to promote healthy living among children. Who can help to do this?
Task A: Schools can help to promote healthy living among children. Explain.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
There is a need to promote healthy living among children. Who can help to do this?
Task B: Discuss which of the following can contribute the most to promote healthy living
among children.
(i)

The mass media

(ii)

Parents

(iii)

Schools

(iv)

Friends

Candidate D
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
There is a need to promote healthy living among children. Who can help to do this?
Task A: Friends can help to promote healthy living among children. Explain.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
There is a need to promote healthy living among children. Who can help to do this?
Task B: Discuss which of the following can contribute the most to promote healthy living
among children.
(i)

The mass media

(ii)

Parents

(iii)

Schools

(iv)

Friends

Candidate A
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
In the event of natural disaster, people with different abilities and qualifications have an
important role to play in dealing with the situation. Who are some of these personnel?
Task A: You say doctors play an important role. Explain.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
In the event of natural disaster, people with different abilities and qualifications have an
important role to play in dealing with the situation. Who are some of these personnel?
Task B: Discuss which of the following has the most important role to play in the event of a
natural disaster.
(i)

Doctors

(ii)

Counsellors

(iii)

Disaster rescue team

(iv)

Reporters

Candidate B
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
In the event of natural disaster, people with different abilities and qualifications have an
important role to play in dealing with the situation. Who are some of these personnel?
Task A: You say counsellors play an important role. Explain.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
In the event of natural disaster, people with different abilities and qualifications have an
important role to play in dealing with the situation. Who are some of these personnel?
Task B: Discuss which of the following has the most important role to play in the event of a
natural disaster.
(i)

Doctors

(ii)

Counsellors

(iii)

Disaster rescue team

(iv)

Reporters

Candidate C
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
In the event of natural disaster, people with different abilities and qualifications have an
important role to play in dealing with the situation. Who are some of these personnel?
Task A: You say disaster rescue team play an important role. Explain.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
In the event of natural disaster, people with different abilities and qualifications have an
important role to play in dealing with the situation. Who are some of these personnel?
Task B: Discuss which of the following has the most important role to play in the event of a
natural disaster.
(i)

Doctors

(ii)

Counsellors

(iii)

Disaster rescue team

(iv)

Reporters

Candidate D
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
In the event of natural disaster, people with different abilities and qualifications have an
important role to play in dealing with the situation. Who are some of these personnel?
Task A: You say reporters play an important role. Explain.

Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
In the event of natural disaster, people with different abilities and qualifications have an
important role to play in dealing with the situation. Who are some of these personnel?
Task B: Discuss which of the following has the most important role to play in the event of a
natural disaster.
(i)

Doctors

(ii)

Counsellors

(iii)

Disaster rescue team

(iv)

Reporters

Candidate A
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation

Many consider Malaysian students to be fortunate as compared to students in other developing


countries. Why is this so?
Task A: You believe that Malaysian students are considered to be fortunate because they have
easy access to information through electronic as well as print media. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Many consider Malaysian students to be fortunate as compared to students in other developing
countries. Why is this so?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the reason why Malaysian students are considered to
be fortunate.
(i)

They have easy access to information through electronic as well as print media.

(ii)

They are able to obtain financial aid from the government and various other
organizations.

(iii)

They are provided with better facilities for sports and recreation.

(iv)

They are given more opportunities through the education system in the country.

Candidate B
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Many consider Malaysian students to be fortunate as compared to students in other developing
countries. Why is this so?
Task A: You believe that Malaysian students are considered to be fortunate because they
are able to obtain financial aid from the government and various other organizations.
Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Many consider Malaysian students to be fortunate as compared to students in other developing
countries. Why is this so?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the reason why Malaysian students are considered to
be fortunate.
(i)

They have easy access to information through electronic as well as print media.

(ii)

They are able to obtain financial aid from the government and various other
organizations.

(iii)

They are provided with better facilities for sports and recreation.

(iv)

They are given more opportunities through the education system in the country.

Candidate C
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Many consider Malaysian students to be fortunate as compared to students in other developing
countries. Why is this so?
Task A: You believe that Malaysian students are considered to be fortunate because they
provided with better facilities for sports and recreation. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Many consider Malaysian students to be fortunate as compared to students in other developing
countries. Why is this so?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the reason why Malaysian students are considered to
be fortunate.
(i)

They have easy access to information through electronic as well as print media.

(ii)

They are able to obtain financial aid from the government and various other
organizations.

(iii)

They are provided with better facilities for sports and recreation.

(iv)

They are given more opportunities through the education system in the country.

Candidate D
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Many consider Malaysian students to be fortunate as compared to students in other developing
countries. Why is this so?
Task A: You believe that Malaysian students are considered to be fortunate because they are
given more opportunities through the education system in the country. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Many consider Malaysian students to be fortunate as compared to students in other developing
countries. Why is this so?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the reason why Malaysian students are considered to
be fortunate.
(i)

They have easy access to information through electronic as well as print media.

(ii)

They are able to obtain financial aid from the government and various other
organizations.

(iii)

They are provided with better facilities for sports and recreation.

(iv)

They are given more opportunities through the education system in the country.

Candidate A
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.

Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
It has been said that teenagers should spend their leisure time wisely so as to avoid engaging in
unhealthy activities. What do you think they should do?
Task A: You think that teenagers should spend more time in cultural pursuits. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
It has been said that teenagers should spend their leisure time wisely so as to avoid engaging in
unhealthy activities. What do you think they should do?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the best way for teenagers to spend their leisure time.
(i)

Spend more time in cultural pursuits.

(ii)

Play games or sports.

(iii)

Read or be involved in academic activities.

(iv)

Take part in youth camps or do volunteer work.

Candidate B
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.

You have two minutes to present your views.


Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
It has been said that teenagers should spend their leisure time wisely so as to avoid engaging in
unhealthy activities. What do you think they should do?
Task A: You think that teenagers should play games or sports. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
It has been said that teenagers should spend their leisure time wisely so as to avoid engaging in
unhealthy activities. What do you think they should do?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the best way for teenagers to spend their leisure time.
(i)

Spend more time in cultural pursuits.

(ii)

Play games or sports.

(iii)

Read or be involved in academic activities.

(iv)

Take part in youth camps or do volunteer work.

Candidate C
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
It has been said that teenagers should spend their leisure time wisely so as to avoid engaging in
unhealthy activities. What do you think they should do?
Task A: You think that teenagers should read or be involved in academic activities. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
It has been said that teenagers should spend their leisure time wisely so as to avoid engaging in
unhealthy activities. What do you think they should do?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the best way for teenagers to spend their leisure time.
(i)

Spend more time in cultural pursuits.

(ii)

Play games or sports.

(iii)

Read or be involved in academic activities.

(iv)

Take part in youth camps or do volunteer work.

Candidate D
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
It has been said that teenagers should spend their leisure time wisely so as to avoid engaging in
unhealthy activities. What do you think they should do?
Task A: You think that teenagers should take part in youth camps or do volunteer work.
Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
It has been said that teenagers should spend their leisure time wisely so as to avoid engaging in
unhealthy activities. What do you think they should do?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the best way for teenagers to spend their leisure time.
(i)

Spend more time in cultural pursuits.

(ii)

Play games or sports.

(iii)

Read or be involved in academic activities.

(iv)

Take part in youth camps or do volunteer work.

Candidate A
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
You believe everyone should play an active role to help protect the environment. What do you
think they should do?
Task A: You think that everyone should recycle. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
You believe everyone should play an active role to help protect the environment. What do you
think they should do?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the best way to help protect the environment.
(i)

Recycle.

(ii)

Organise a Plant a Tree event in schools or colleges.

(iii)

Participate actively in wildlife conservation campaigns.

(iv)

Support the No Plastic Bag Day campaign.

Candidate B
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
You believe everyone should play an active role to help protect the environment. What do you
think they should do?
Task A: You think that everyone should organize a Plant a Tree event in schools or colleges.
Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
You believe everyone should play an active role to help protect the environment. What do you
think they should do?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the best way to help protect the environment.
(i)

Recycle.

(ii)

Organise a Plant a Tree event in schools or colleges.

(iii)

Participate actively in wildlife conservation campaigns.

(iv)

Support the No Plastic Bag Day campaign.

Candidate C
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
You believe everyone should play an active role to help protect the environment. What do you
think they should do?
Task A: You think that everyone should participate actively in wildlife conservation
campaigns. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
You believe everyone should play an active role to help protect the environment. What do you
think they should do?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the best way to help protect the environment.
(i)

Recycle.

(ii)

Organise a Plant a Tree event in schools or colleges.

(iii)

Participate actively in wildlife conservation campaigns.

(iv)

Support the No Plastic Bag Day campaign.

Candidate D
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.

Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
You believe everyone should play an active role to help protect the environment. What do you
think they should do?
Task A: You think that everyone should support the No Plastic Bag Day campaign. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
You believe everyone should play an active role to help protect the environment. What do you
think they should do?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the best way to help protect the environment.
(i)

Recycle.

(ii)

Organise a Plant a Tree event in schools or colleges.

(iii)

Participate actively in wildlife conservation campaigns.

(iv)

Support the No Plastic Bag Day campaign.

Candidate A
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.

You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
You and your friends are organizing an event. What are the factors that would help make the
event a success?
Task A: In your opinion, a suitable venue is important. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
You and your friends are organizing an event. What are the factors that would help make the
event a success?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most important factor in making your event a
success.
(i)

A suitable venue.

(ii)

Entertainment.

(iii)

An extensive menu.

(iv)

People invited to the party.

Candidate B
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.

You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
You and your friends are organizing an event. What are the factors that would help make the
event a success?
Task A: In your opinion, entertainment is important. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
You and your friends are organizing an event. What are the factors that would help make the
event a success?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most important factor in making your event a
success.
(i)

A suitable venue.

(ii)

Entertainment.

(iii)

An extensive menu.

(iv)

People invited to the party.

Candidate C
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.

You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
You and your friends are organizing an event. What are the factors that would help make the
event a success?
Task A: In your opinion, an extensive menu is important. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
You and your friends are organizing an event. What are the factors that would help make the
event a success?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most important factor in making your event a
success.
(i)

A suitable venue.

(ii)

Entertainment.

(iii)

An extensive menu.

(iv)

People invited to the party.

Candidate D
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.

You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
You and your friends are organizing an event. What are the factors that would help make the
event a success?
Task A: In your opinion, people invited to the party is important. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
You and your friends are organizing an event. What are the factors that would help make the
event a success?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the most important factor in making your event a
success.
(i)

A suitable venue.

(ii)

Entertainment.

(iii)

An extensive menu.

(iv)

People invited to the party.

Candidate A
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.

You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Snatch thefts are a growing problem in Malaysia. Who contributes the most to the increase?
Task A: You say the victims. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Snatch thefts are a growing problem in Malaysia. Who contributes the most to the increase?
Task B: Discuss which of the following contributes the most in the increase of snatch thefts
cases.
(i)

The victims.

(ii)

Legality loopholes.

(iii)

The authorities negligence.

(iv)

The societies ignorance.

Candidate B
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.

You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Snatch thefts are a growing problem in Malaysia. Who contributes the most to the increase?
Task A: You say the legality loopholes. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Snatch thefts are a growing problem in Malaysia. Who contributes the most to the increase?
Task B: Discuss which of the following contributes the most in the increase of snatch thefts
cases.
(i)

The victims.

(ii)

Legality loopholes.

(iii)

The authorities negligence.

(iv)

The societies ignorance.

Candidate C
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.

You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Snatch thefts are a growing problem in Malaysia. Who contributes the most to the increase?
Task A: You say the authorities negligence. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Snatch thefts are a growing problem in Malaysia. Who contributes the most to the increase?
Task B: Discuss which of the following contributes the most in the increase of snatch thefts
cases.
(i)

The victims.

(ii)

Legality loopholes.

(iii)

The authorities negligence.

(iv)

The societies ignorance.

Candidate D
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.

You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Snatch thefts are a growing problem in Malaysia. Who contributes the most to the increase?
Task A: You say the societies ignorance. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Snatch thefts are a growing problem in Malaysia. Who contributes the most to the increase?
Task B: Discuss which of the following contributes the most in the increase of snatch thefts
cases.
(i)

The victims.

(ii)

Legality loopholes.

(iii)

The authorities negligence.

(iv)

The societies ignorance.

Candidate A
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.

You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
The number of fatality accidents in Malaysia has increased steadily. What do you think are the
reasons for this?
Task A: In your opinion, fatal road accidents happen due to reckless driving. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
The number of fatality accidents in Malaysia has increased steadily. What do you think are the
reasons for this?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the reason why fatal road accidents happen.
(i)

Reckless driving.

(ii)

Bad road conditions.

(iii)

Poorly maintained vehicles.

(iv)

Lack of strict penalties imposed.

Candidate B
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.

Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.


You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
The number of fatality accidents in Malaysia has increased steadily. What do you think are the
reasons for this?
Task A: In your opinion, fatal road accidents happen due to bad road conditions. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
The number of fatality accidents in Malaysia has increased steadily. What do you think are the
reasons for this?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the reason why fatal road accidents happen.
(i)

Reckless driving.

(ii)

Bad road conditions.

(iii)

Poorly maintained vehicles.

(iv)

Lack of strict penalties imposed.

Candidate C
Instructions to candidates:

This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.


Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
The number of fatality accidents in Malaysia has increased steadily. What do you think are the
reasons for this?
Task A: In your opinion, fatal road accidents happen due to poorly maintained vehicles.
Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
The number of fatality accidents in Malaysia has increased steadily. What do you think are the
reasons for this?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the reason why fatal road accidents happen.
(i)

Reckless driving.

(ii)

Bad road conditions.

(iii)

Poorly maintained vehicles.

(iv)

Lack of strict penalties imposed.

Candidate D
Instructions to candidates:

This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.


Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
The number of fatality accidents in Malaysia has increased steadily. What do you think are the
reasons for this?
Task A: In your opinion, fatal road accidents happen due to lack of strict penalties imposed.
Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
The number of fatality accidents in Malaysia has increased steadily. What do you think are the
reasons for this?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the reason why fatal road accidents happen.
(i)

Reckless driving.

(ii)

Bad road conditions.

(iii)

Poorly maintained vehicles.

(iv)

Lack of strict penalties imposed.

Candidate A
Instructions to candidates:

This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.


Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Malaysians have been said to read less than other developing countries. What is the possible
reason for it?
Task A: In your opinion, Malaysians read less due to lack of quality time. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Malaysians have been said to read less than other developing countries. What is the possible
reason for it?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the reason why Malaysians read less.
(i)

Lack of quality time.

(ii)

Lack of quality materials.

(iii)

Lack of motivation and incentives.

(iv)

Lack of access to resources.

Candidate B

Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Malaysians have been said to read less than other developing countries. What is the possible
reason for it?
Task A: In your opinion, Malaysians read less due to lack of quality materials. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Malaysians have been said to read less than other developing countries. What is the possible
reason for it?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the reason why Malaysians read less.
(i)

Lack of quality time.

(ii)

Lack of quality materials.

(iii)

Lack of motivation and incentives.

(iv)

Lack of access to resources.

Candidate C
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Malaysians have been said to read less than other developing countries. What is the possible
reason for it?
Task A: In your opinion, Malaysians read less due to lack of motivation and incentives.
Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Malaysians have been said to read less than other developing countries. What is the possible
reason for it?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the reason why Malaysians read less.
(i)

Lack of quality time.

(ii)

Lack of quality materials.

(iii)

Lack of motivation and incentives.

(iv)

Lack of access to resources.

Candidate D
Instructions to candidates:
This test consists of two task, Task A and Task B.
Task A is carried out first followed by Task B.
You are given one minute to read the instructions and the tasks given.
Task A: Individual Presentation (2 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare your response.


You have two minutes to present your views.
Listen to the others while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the
group interaction in Task B.

Situation
Malaysians have been said to read less than other developing countries. What is the possible
reason for it?
Task A: In your opinion, Malaysians read less due to lack of access to resources. Explain.
Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes)

You have two minutes to prepare for the discussion.


You may maintain or change your views presented in Task A.
In your discussion, you may support or oppose the other candidates views.
At the end of the discussion, try to come to a group decision.
You are given ten minutes for the discussion.

Situation
Malaysians have been said to read less than other developing countries. What is the possible
reason for it?
Task B: Discuss which of the following is the reason why Malaysians read less.
(i)

Lack of quality time.

(ii)

Lack of quality materials.

(iii)

Lack of motivation and incentives.

(iv)

Lack of access to resources.