Tuesday, November 13, 2012

২০১৩ সালের এসএসসি পরীক্ষার লেখাপড়া : মডেল টেস্ট- ইংরেজি প্রথম পত্র

Full Marks-100
(N.B. The Figures in the margin indicate full marks)
Part-A : Reading Test
Read the passage carefully and answer the questions following it.
“When I was at medical college any 20% of the students were women,” says Dr. Nafiza, a gynaecologist talking about how things were during her early years. But now I can see that the percentage waves between 40% and 50%. This is a clear indication that now more than ever women are entering the medical profession. “Mind you these women are here because of their merit. She emphasizes. “In the highly competitive world of the medical profession over the years you can see that there has been a remarkable and notable increase in the participation and performance of women. Due to the nature of the Profession there is less discrimination faced by women. The new generation doctors are more assertive, free and more open minded than we were at the age. They are professional and most of them are quite career-oriented,” comments Dr. Nafiza. She however points out that there is steel some lacking in the overall training of young doctors. “Earlier it was essential for doctors to go abroad for their post graduate degree in order to get a better exposure and acquire a more professional, cultural orientation in dealing with patients. But nowadays due to access to such post graduate degrees here inBangladeshmany women opt for a degree inBangladeshrather than leave their families and go aboard. This limits their perception and vision about how treatment of patients should be, especially, in case of humane patients dealing.” As there are no such specialized training opportunities inBangladesh, she believes that it is essential to know what is happening around the world.
Her advice to the new generation of young women doctors is keep up to date with knowledge regarding technology and research. And if you can, try and go to international seminars and keep abreast of new treatment methods in the hospitals abroad. Try to make sure you keep pace with the rest of the world.”
1. Choose the best answer from alternatives.     1×5=5
a. What is the meaning of “exposure”?
(i) identify         (ii) selection
(iii) revelation   (iv) invent
b. Now a days many women doctors opt for post graduate degrees inBangladesh, because ¾.
(i) they are not financially solvent
(ii) they do not like to go abroad
(iii) they are more willing to stay with their family.
(iv) they are unwilling to go foreign country.
c. The new-generation doctors are more assertive. Here assertive means ¾.
(i) more career oriented
(ii) more open minded
(iii) expressing desires strongly
(iv) behaving freely
d. What is essential for Bangladeshi doctors?
(i) To go aboard for training
(ii) to know what is happening around the world.
(iii) To acquire proper knowledge.
(iv) To keep up to date.
e. At present doctors are not ¾.
(i) broadminded            (ii) skilled
(iii) free                         (iv) conservative
2. Write whether the statements are true or false. If false, give the correct
information.      1×5=5
a. In the given passage Dr. Nafiza’s view about the new generation doctors is positive.
b. Women doctors ofBangladeshopt for their higher degree fromBangladeshon account of their family bondage.
c. The Unwillingness of the women doctors to go foreign country retards their professional skill.
d. Doctors need to keep pace with the latest information of treatment.
e. Dr. Nafiza’s advice to the new generation Doctors to keep up to date with knowledge regarding technology.
3. Fill in each gap in the following passage with a suitable word from the box. There are more words than necessary. You may change the form of the words when necessary.       0.5×10=5
Doctor Nafiza, a (a) in female disease (b) about the participation of women in medical (c) during her time. She comments that at present the percentage of (d) in to medical college of female students has already (e) increased (f) was too (g) during her period (h) Dr. Nafizas impressive (i) is positive to the new generation female doctors. She wants to say that nowadays women are entering into medical college (j) their merit.
4. Read the passage in A again. Now write paragraph on the passage about what doctor Nafiza tells about her profession. Use the clues in the box below. Write the information in correct should not exceed 70 words.    5
percentage, shake, merit, indicate, patient
5. Write short answer to the following questions.           1×5=5
a. What are the characteristic of new generation doctors?
b. Why do not many female doctors go abroad now a days?
c. Why is it essential to know the happenings around the world?
d. Why did the doctors go abroad in the past?
e. What is the advice of Dr. Nafiza Rahman to the new generation doctors?
6. Fill in each gap with a suitable word of your own, based on the information from the text in A.            0.5×10=5
Dr. Nafiza (a) to the new generation doctors to (b) hard and be more (c). She points out that (d) facilities in Bangladesh are (e)  so doctors should go to visit foreign country to know what is (f) around the world. Doctors have to be more (g) and (h).  But, maximum female doctors are more (i) to obtain their post graduate degree staying along with their family. This limitation (j) their perception and vision about now treatment of patients incase of human patient dealing.
7. Imagine, you are a new generation doctor. Now write in about 70-80 words describing the difference between your generation and the old generation doctors.         5
8. Read the passage in A again. Now write the main ideas of the passage in your own words is not more than five sentences.            5

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