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Q1. The discount size on group buying, compared to usualdiscount to speculators is usually
(a ) much higher
(b ) more
(c ) equal
(d ) un predictable

Q2.
Which ofthe following may be the objective of the passage?
(a ) To reveal. less discounts being offered by the developers
(b ) To highlight the problems of housing industry
(c ) To highlight the importance of neighbourhood in one’s life
(d ) To provide information on group buying trends of property

Q3.
Groupbuying of real estate is done
(a ) mainly offline
(b ) only offline
(c ) only through brokers
(d ) either online or offline

Q4.
XXX.comare the
(a ) developers
(b ) financiers
(c ) loan providers
(d ) None of these

Q5.
Thegroup buying model certainly did not start with
(a ) Cars
(b ) motorcycles
(c ) pet care products
(d ) baby products

Q6.
Which ofthe following best describes the meaning of the Russian proverb being quoted?
(a ) It is better to rent a house than to buy it
(b ) Don’t buy a single flat, buy multiple flats
(c ) Fools build houses, wise people live in thern
(d ) None of these

Q7.
Which ofthe following is one of the questions posed in the passage?
(a ) Is group buying model a temporary fad
(b ) Is the builder offering you the best inventory
(c ) Should we buy a house or the neighbourhood
(d ) Are present market conditions conductive for his business

Q8.
Which ofthe following is true in the context of the passage?
(a ) The buyers, though have to pay higher fee and price, get their dreamneighbourhood
(b ) The customer buy in model is not dependant on market Conditions
(c ) Group buying Companies don’t buy With the same objective as that of speculators
(d ) The builders/developers offer the best available property to the groupbuyers

Q9.
In whichof the following situations, Customer buy in model lay not work?
(a ) Buyer’s market
(b ) When markets are booming With ample Supply
(c ) When there is short Supply
(d ) When houses are Comparatively cheap

Q10.
Directions: Read the given passage and answer thequestions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
Clearlythe socialization of gender is reinforced at school. “Because classroomsare microcosms of society, mirroring its strengths and ills alike, it followsthat the normal socialization patterns of young children that often lead todistorted perceptions of gender roles are reflected in the classrooms.”(Marshall, 1997 ) . Yet gender bias in education reaches beyond socializationpatterns, bias is embedded in textbooks, lessons, and teacher interactions withstudents. This type of gender bias is part of the hidden curriculum of lessonstaught implicitly to students through the everyday functioning of theirclassroom.
 Research has found that boys were farmore likely to receive praise or remediation from a teacher than were girls.The girls were most likely to receive an acknowledgement response from theirteacher. They give boys greater opportunity to expand ideas and be animatedthan they do girls and that they reinforce boys more for general responses thanthey do for girls. Clearly the socialization of gender roles and the use of agender biased hidden curriculum lead to an inequitable education for boys andgirls. Gender bias in education is an insidious problem that causes very fewpeople to stand up and take notice.
A ‘perception’ referred to here is that
(a ) teachers balance the bias
(b ) there is no bias in schools
(c ) School. Curriculum supports the girl child
(d ) boys are more intelligent and lively

Q11.
Directions: Read the given passage and answer thequestions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
Clearlythe socialization of gender is reinforced at school. “Because classroomsare microcosms of society, mirroring its strengths and ills alike, it followsthat the normal socialization patterns of young children that often lead todistorted perceptions of gender roles are reflected in the classrooms.”(Marshall, 1997 ) . Yet gender bias in education reaches beyond socializationpatterns, bias is embedded in textbooks, lessons, and teacher interactions withstudents. This type of gender bias is part of the hidden curriculum of lessonstaught implicitly to students through the everyday functioning of theirclassroom.
 Research has found that boys were farmore likely to receive praise or remediation from a teacher than were girls.The girls were most likely to receive an acknowledgement response from theirteacher. They give boys greater opportunity to expand ideas and be animatedthan they do girls and that they reinforce boys more for general responses thanthey do for girls. Clearly the socialization of gender roles and the use of agender biased hidden curriculum lead to an inequitable education for boys andgirls. Gender bias in education is an insidious problem that causes very fewpeople to stand up and take notice.
A word from the essay which is the opposite of ‘demonstrated” is
(a ) implicit
(b ) distorted
(c ) animated
(d ) clearly

Q12.
Directions: Read the given passage and answer thequestions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
Clearlythe socialization of gender is reinforced at school. “Because classroomsare microcosms of society, mirroring its strengths and ills alike, it followsthat the normal socialization patterns of young children that often lead todistorted perceptions of gender roles are reflected in the classrooms.” (Marshall,1997 ) . Yet gender bias in education reaches beyond socialization patterns,bias is embedded in textbooks, lessons, and teacher interactions with students.This type of gender bias is part of the hidden curriculum of lessons taughtimplicitly to students through the everyday functioning of their classroom.
 Research has found that boys were farmore likely to receive praise or remediation from a teacher than were girls.The girls were most likely to receive an acknowledgement response from their teacher.They give boys greater opportunity to expand ideas and be animated than they dogirls and that they reinforce boys more for general responses than they do forgirls. Clearly the socialization of gender roles and the use of a gender biasedhidden curriculum lead to an inequitable education for boys and girls. Genderbias in education is an insidious problem that causes very few people to standup and take notice.
“Remediation in the classroom is the process of
(a ) giving special Coaching for quiet students
(b ) Stopping a negative trend in learning achievement
(c ) error correction orally during class
(d ) reinforcement of good behaviour among

Q13.
Directions: Read the given passage and answer thequestions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
Clearlythe socialization of gender is reinforced at school. “Because classroomsare microcosms of society, mirroring its strengths and ills alike, it followsthat the normal socialization patterns of young children that often lead todistorted perceptions of gender roles are reflected in the classrooms.”(Marshall, 1997 ) . Yet gender bias in education reaches beyond socializationpatterns, bias is embedded in textbooks, lessons, and teacher interactions withstudents. This type of gender bias is part of the hidden curriculum of lessonstaught implicitly to students through the everyday functioning of theirclassroom.
 Research has found that boys were farmore likely to receive praise or remediation from a teacher than were girls.The girls were most likely to receive an acknowledgement response from theirteacher. They give boys greater opportunity to expand ideas and be animatedthan they do girls and that they reinforce boys more for general responses thanthey do for girls. Clearly the socialization of gender roles and the use of agender biased hidden curriculum lead to an inequitable education for boys andgirls. Gender bias in education is an insidious problem that causes very fewpeople to stand up and take notice.
In ‘inequitable education’
(a ) teacher disrespect girls
(b ) learning is not a balanced process between the genders
(c ) boys get more school hours
(d ) Course books are prescribed differently for boys and girls

Q14.
Directions: Read the given passage and answer thequestions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
Clearlythe socialization of gender is reinforced at school. “Because classroomsare microcosms of society, mirroring its strengths and ills alike, it followsthat the normal socialization patterns of young children that often lead todistorted perceptions of gender roles are reflected in the classrooms.”(Marshall, 1997 ) . Yet gender bias in education reaches beyond socializationpatterns, bias is embedded in textbooks, lessons, and teacher interactions withstudents. This type of gender bias is part of the hidden curriculum of lessonstaught implicitly to students through the everyday functioning of theirclassroom.
 Research has found that boys were farmore likely to receive praise or remediation from a teacher than were girls.The girls were most likely to receive an acknowledgement response from theirteacher. They give boys greater opportunity to expand ideas and be animatedthan they do girls and that they reinforce boys more for general responses thanthey do for girls. Clearly the socialization of gender roles and the use of agender biased hidden curriculum lead to an inequitable education for boys andgirls. Gender bias in education is an insidious problem that causes very fewpeople to stand up and take notice.
An “insidious problem would be one that is caused seemingly
(a ) carelessly
(b ) ignorantly
(c ) deliberately
(d ) harmlessly

Q15.
Directions: Read the given passage and answer the questionsthat follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
Clearlythe socialization of gender is reinforced at school. “Because classroomsare microcosms of society, mirroring its strengths and ills alike, it followsthat the normal socialization patterns of young children that often lead todistorted perceptions of gender roles are reflected in the classrooms.”(Marshall, 1997 ) . Yet gender bias in education reaches beyond socializationpatterns, bias is embedded in textbooks, lessons, and teacher interactions withstudents. This type of gender bias is part of the hidden curriculum of lessonstaught implicitly to students through the everyday functioning of theirclassroom.
 Research has found that boys were farmore likely to receive praise or remediation from a teacher than were girls.The girls were most likely to receive an acknowledgement response from theirteacher. They give boys greater opportunity to expand ideas and be animatedthan they do girls and that they reinforce boys more for general responses thanthey do for girls. Clearly the socialization of gender roles and the use of agender biased hidden curriculum lead to an inequitable education for boys andgirls. Gender bias in education is an insidious problem that causes very few peopleto stand up and take notice.
A ‘hidden curriculum’ implies here that
(a ) the Curriculum is gender biased
(b ) girls need more attention while teaching
(c ) boys need preferential treatment
(d ) the school System enforces sexual stereotypes
 
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