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UMAT Sample Test

UMAT Sample Test:

75 minutes

Total number of questions:

55 questions

UMAT Sample Test consists of three sections.

Section 1

22 questions

33 minutes

Section 2

18 questions

22 minutes

Section 3

15 questions

20 minutes

Attempt all questions. Do not spend too much time on any one question. Mark the one answer you think is best for each question. Incorrect answers, unanswered questions for which more than one answer has been marked are given a score of zero. If you decide to change an answer, erase it out completely and mark your new answer clearly.

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Section 1 Questions 1 – 22

Logical Reasoning and Problem Solving

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Instability in the price of oil justifies greater efforts to develop substitute fuels. But this should be a part of a two-pronged strategy, the other prong being the effort to make existing fuels go further. Regrettably, however, the effort is still not there. Heat loss in homes and factories represents a substantial and avoidable waste. In transportation petrol is used relatively efficiently but it could be used to do even further still. From this information it follows that A B C D

adequate measures are being taken to make good use of existing fuels in the transport industry. much effort is being made in the domestic sector for making the fuels to last longer. instability in the price of oil has led to greater efforts for using fuel efficiently. the endeavour to develop alternate fuels must be supported by judicious use of existing fuels.

Questions 2 – 6 A mutualistic relationship between two species increases the chances of growth or survival for both of them. Several species of fungi form mutualistic relationships called mycorrhizae with the roots of plants. The benefits to each species are shown in the figure below.

mycorrhiza Increases ability of roots to absorb water and minerals from soil fungus

plant

Releases plant-synthesized sugars on which fungus feeds

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Some of the plant species that require or benefit from the presence of mycorrhizal fungi are noted below: Cannot survive without mycorrhizae All conifers Some deciduous trees (e.g. birch, beech) Orchids

Grow better with mycorrhizae Citrus trees Ericaceae (heath, rhododendrons, azaleas) Grapes Soybeans

Agronomists investigated the effects of mycorrhizae on plant growth and survival in the following studies. Study 1 Three 4-acre plots were prepared with soil from a pine forest. The soil for Plot A was mixed with substantial quantities of cultured mycorrhizal fungi. The soil for Plot B contained only naturally occurring mycorrhizal fungi. The soil for Plot C was sterilized in order to kill any mycorrhizal fungi. Additionally, Plot C was lined with concrete. After planting, Plot C was covered with a fabric that filtered out microorganisms while permitting air and light to penetrate, as shown below. Two hundred- fifty pine seedlings were planted in each of the three plots. All plots were treated to the same environmental conditions. The six- month survival rates were recorded in the table below.

Plot A Plot B Plot C

# Seedlings alive after 6 months

Utilization of available K (average)

Utilization of available P (average)

107 34 0

18% 10% N/A

62% 13% N/A

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B C D

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Pinus longifolia Oryza saliva Pyrus malus Vitis sp.

In a 3rd study, pine seedlings were planted in soil from a different location. The soil was prepared as in Study 1. This time, the seedlings planted in Plot A and Plot B had identical survival rates. Which of the following theories would not help to explain the results? A

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Preventing water entrance in the plot Preventing fungi entrance in the plot Providing K and P to the soil for later study Providing support to the fungi for effective attachment to the soil

Mycorrhizae are prone to damage by acid rain. Considering the information given in the passage acid rain is probably most harmful to A B C D

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The concrete liner in Plot C was for A B C D

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All the naturally occurring mycorrhizal fungi in the new soil were killed due to sterilization. Life could not be sustained due to mineral deficiency in the new soil. The fertility of the new soil was naturally more than that of the soil in Study 1. The new soil naturally contained large quantities of mycorrhizal fungi.

According to the passage, in which of the following ways do plants gain from the association with mycorrhizae? i) ii) iii)

More efficient carbohydrate production. Drought survival ability is enhanced. Increase in mineral absorption.

A B C D

i only iii only ii and iii only i, ii, iii

Which of the following generalization is supported by the results of study 2?

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Mycorrhizal fungi increase the growth rate in pine seedlings. Mycorrhizal fungi contain the minerals that are deficient in pine forest soil. Pine seedlings are unable to absorb all the potassium that is present in the soil. Pine seedlings cannot survive without mycorrhizal fungi.

The cost of stamp duty for the average house purchase has more than doubled since 1997. In some towns the bills have risen by $10,000. Four successive rises in the tax on house purchases and the introduction of incremental bands, with the highest a 4% bands for homes valued over $500,000 have sharply increased the amount raised by the Treasury. A spokesperson for the Treasury said that stamp duty remains a very small proportion of overall housing costs and property transactions and property costs are far lower in Australia than the rest of the world. From the above passage it may be inferred that A B C D

taxation on property transactions has decreased by half in the last 10 years. taxation on property transactions in Australia has been increased four times. a house sold for $1 million incurs a stamp duty of $10,000. revenue from property deals makes up a considerable segment of the housing cost by and large.

Questions 8 and 9

There are 2 common ways to describe molecular mass. The first is molecular weight or relative molecular mass, denoted by Mr. The molecular weight of a substance is defined as a ratio of a mass of a molecule of that substance to one-twentieth the mass of carbon-12. 8

From the above information it can be concluded that A The molecular weight has a dimension B The molecule is carbon C The molecule is a compound D The molecular weight is dimensionless

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Relative molecular mass is A Relative to carbon B Relative to any element C Relative to a certain element

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D Relative to a group of elements Questions 10 – 12

Consider the following table that shows the details of the calls taken. Person enquiries Jo Mark Michelle Susan Tony

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Number of accounts of calls 6 10 47 25 35

Total number of calls taken 167 322 252 151 413

1,142 1,152 1,182 1,232

If each enquiry call lasted for an average of 12 minutes, how much time was spent dealing with complaint calls? A B C D

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Number of queries 6 2 0 14 8

How many product complaints were received this month? A B C D

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Number of product complaints 155 310 205 112 370

5 hours 12 mins 5 hours24 mins 5 hours36 mins 6 hours

A group of three or four has to be selected from seven persons. Among the seven are two women, Fiona and Krista and five men: Remo, Sam, David, Peter and Robert. Remo would not like to be in the group if Sam is also selected. Sam and Robert want to be selected together in the group. Krista would like to be in the group only if David is also there. David, if selected, would not like Peter in the group. Remo would like to be in the group only if Peter is also there. David insists that Fiona be selected in case he is there in the group. Which of the following statements is true? A

Krista and Remo can be part of a group of four.

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A group of four can have two women. A group of four can have all four men. None of the above

Questions 13 – 17 Answer the following questions according to the graph given below –

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In the given personal profile, which is the value with the lowest score? A B C D

theoretical religious social aesthetic

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In which value score does the maximum difference between average profiles and personal profile exist? A theoretical B religious C economic D political

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In which value score does a convergence between personal profile and average female profile exist? A theoretical B social C aesthetic D none

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In which value score does a no difference state between the personal profile and average male profile occur? A economic B social C political D none

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The personal profile is closest to which of the normative profiles on the whole? A B C D

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average male profile average female profile both of them none of them

Demand for mobile phones in developing markets, such as China and India, is leading in ever- higher predictions for global sales. This year analysts have raised their forecasts for the third time to 640 million handsets. This is almost 100 millions higher than the forecast at the beginning of the year. Some are already forecasting that over 700 million handsets will be sold next year, with analysts convinced that record demand will continue in both developing and mature markets. Only 5 years ago total sales were at a global level of 200 million. According to the analysts’ predictions in the above passage A

upcoming markets like China and India will have a high demand for mobile phones.

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the demand for mobile phones is erratic in the developing markets. next year the demand for mobile handsets will go up by more than 700 million. mature markets are expected to see no upsurge in mobile phone demand.

While travelling in a train, a passenger decided to wet his handkerchief by extending it out of the window of his compartment. He thinks that the handkerchief will fly in the same direction in which the train is heading. A B C D

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The traveller’s comprehension is correct. The traveller’s comprehension is only partially correct. The traveller’s comprehension is totally incorrect. The traveller’s comprehension is not sufficient for any definite conclusion.

The following is the diagram of the process of carbon dioxide exchange in the lungs

M+

Aqueous phase blood in capillaries

HCO3

H2CO3

H2O

H2O

CO2 d

Gas phase lung air space

CO2 g

From the above diagram the process/system can be called A Carbonate buffer system B Bicarbonate buffer system C Hydro-Dehydrogenation process D Carbonate exchange process

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Manufacturing around the globe is being hit by strong increases in the cost of commodities. In some industries, such as the automotive sector, it is common that contracts require annual price reductions. This means that manufacturers in t hese sectors are unable to pass on the price increases. In other sectors there seems to be a

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general acceptance that prices have to go up. Manufacturers in some parts of the world also face pressure from emission, trading and climate change legislation. From the above passage one can infer that A B C D

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some of the automotive manufacturers will have to cease trading in the coming times. there are certain sectors in the market that demand yearly cuts in the prices. one of the mains threats to the manufacturers is posed by the rise in prices. in most sectors the common men have accepted that rise in prices is inevitable.

Organisms can be classified according to how they obtain the energy and carbon they need for synthesizing cellular material There are two broad categories – phototrophs and chemotrophs. These categories are based on A Nutrient sources B by-products C energy sources D reactants

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Section 2 Understanding People

Questions 23 – 40

Questions 23 – 27 The passage and the conversation below reveals Anna’s concept of ‘serious games.’ 12 year old Anna has always wanted to be in the basketball team of her school. Not being able to make it once more, she has been sulking lately. The following is a conversation between Anna and her mother: Mother: Anna: Mother: Anna: Mother: Anna:

Mother:

Anna: Mother:

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What’s the matter dear? Why don’t you go out and play with your friends? I don’t want to. Why? I want to play serious games. And what is your idea of a “serious game”? Well, the girls here are just playing by themselves. I want to be important. I want people to watch me play and clap for me when I play well. I wish someone in my school team got hurt and I got a chance to play in the school basketball team. Oh! Dear! That is not quite a right thought! Games are never played for impressing people and being clapped at. The real reason why you must play is to develop yourself physically and psychologically. Sports encourage team spirit and a healthy sense of self. If you play so that others watch you and clap for you, the whole spirit of sportsmanship is lost my dear! Moreover how can you be so mean as to want someone to get hurt? So shouldn’t I want to be in the basketball team? Of course you should strive for that. You should practice harder to rightfully earn yourself a place in the team. Thinking ill thoughts about others is not the quality of a true sportsman. Now go out and play with your friends, and try to learn the true spirit of a sportsperson.

Why does Anna not want to play with her friends? A B C D

She doesn’t like to play with her friends. She is in a bad mood. She doesn’t think highly of casual games. She misses playing basketball.

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representing her school playing well feeling significant playing basketball

Anna’s mother insists that she should play with her friends because: A B C D

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Admonishing and accusatory Understanding and encouraging Angry and reprimanding Empathetic and advisory

Anna’s idea of a serious game is, A B C D

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What is Anna’s mother’s attitude towards her? A B C D

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Anna’s depression will lessen if she plays with her friends. Anna’s mother wants her to stop sulking. All kinds of games are important for the development of team spirit. Anna must learn to accept rejection and get on with life.

What do you think will be Anna’s response to her mother? A B C D

She She She She

will go out to play with her friends. will realize that her mother cannot understand her predicament. will argue with her mother to make her point of view. will go on sulking by herself.

Questions 28 – 32 25 year old Ron was to participate in the Olympics. However a foot injury has put that in jeopardy. Ron is attending a physiotherapy session. Though regular at first, Ron has started being slack of late and is hardly regular at the sessions. One day his friend, Peter, who is also participating in the Olympics comes along with him to the physiotherapy session. The therapist takes this opportunity to talk to Ron. © All rights reserved by Prepgenie.co.nz. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of Prepgenie.co.nz. [For reporting errors or doubts clearance, mail to [email protected]]

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Physiotherapist: Ron: Physiotherapist: Ron: Peter: Physiotherapist: Peter: Physiotherapist:

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enthusiastic but discouraging. accusative and blaming. concerned but tactless. indifferent and unsympathetic.

hardworking but misguided. negligent and incompetent. diligent but disillusioned. lazy and demotivated.

What is the reason behind Ron’s irregularity? A B C D

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Hi Ron! So you have found the time to come after all? (shrugging) Well… actually…. Don’t you realise the significance of the physiotherapy? I do but… I am sure Ron understands the importance of these sessions. After all we have grown up with the Olympics dream. But only dreams won’t help I’m afraid… Well, the injury did hamper Ron’s enthusiasm, but I think now he is ready to take the plunge once more. (Looking at Ron) Then can I expect Ron to be regular from today onwards?

From Peter’s perspective Ron was A B C D

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The Physiotherapist’s attitude towards Ron may be described as A B C D

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Ron felt that he had better work to do than join the Olympics with a knee injury. Ron has become lethargic of late and prefers not going to the Physiotherapist. Ron is disconcerted with the Physiotherapist’s attitude. The knee injury has marred his enthusiasm to take part in the Olympics.

What was the doctor’s main concern during the whole conversation? A B C

The doctor wants to motivate Ron to come for the therapy sessions. The doctor’s dialogues reveals that he is unconcerned about Ron’s future in sports. The doctor feels that to make one’s dreams come true he will have to put in more effort.

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The doctor tries to show Ron that if he is irregular then he cannot participate in the games.

What should have been the physiotherapist’s attitude so that he could induce Ron to come for his therapy sessions? A B C D

He should tell that Ron must realise the importance of the therapy and that it will him to cure his injury. He should ask Ron to put in his best effort and tell Ron that he can do it. He should tell that Ron’s frustration is understandable and the y should try to talk it out. He should tell that if Ron desires to pursue a professional career seriously then he must pay complete attention to heal the injury.

Questions 33-37 A 60 year old woman dies of post-operation complications following a hand transplant. The operation was performed by a team of doctors under your supervision. Given that these kinds of transplants are rare, you had clearly explained to the woman the possible consequences. She had been told that in spite of all prior tests and procedures her body may not accept the donor’s hand. However, she was insistent on the surgery. Now her 30 year old daughter, who was abroad so long, comes in to speak to you. She says that had the doctors been more efficient her mother would have been alive today. Moreover she points out that the operation was only an elective operation, not a life saving one. She says that her mother could have lived with prosthetic limbs and had no need of the transplant. 33

What is the best way to describe the daughter’s feelings as she comes in to see you? A Distressed B Sad C Disgusted D Resentful

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Seeing that the daughter is angry and resentful, what should be your initial approach to the daughter? A Explanatory B Argumentative C Compassionate D Pitiful

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What should be your response to the daughter’s accusations? A “I am so sorry you lost your mother, but I had informed her of the possible complications. Our doctors are not to blame. They are the best in their fields” B “I can understand how upset you must be. I am really sorry for her death. But I did explain all the complications to her. The decision was completely her own.” C “I am sorry but what can I do if she insisted so much on having the surgery. She was adamant in spite of having been warned.” D “I am sorry for her death but really there was no option for her. She had to undergo the procedure.”

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How should you explain to the daughter that her mother’s choice was important and it must be accepted? A “It was her life. She was the best person to decide what she wanted.” B “You must understand that she wanted to have real hands and not just prosthetic ones.” C “She knew the consequences so you have nobody to blame, neither me nor your mother.” D “She is dead so there is no point talking about it.”

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Supposing that the daughter learns that it was her mother’s choice to go ahead with the operation, what is she likely to feel? A Perplexed B Happy C Antagonized D Relieved

Questions 38-40

70 year old Smith comes to see his son with the complaint that he cannot remember things and he finds things are missing from his shop. Smith: I think that people are taking things from my shop when I am not noticing Son: What makes you feel that? Smith: Because I cannot find many things. They must be missing. Son: It might be that you have been forgetful. Smith: No how can I be forgetful all of a sudden? I have always had a good memory! Son: Yes I do know your memory was always good but now that you have become o ld things have changed. © All rights reserved by Prepgenie.co.nz. No parts of this booklet may be produced or utilised in any form without the written permission of Prepgenie.co.nz. [For reporting errors or doubts clearance, mail to [email protected]]

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Smith: How can you say that? Will you go the police with me? I need to lodge a complaint. Son: Why don’t you realise that what you need is a doctor and not the police. There are many doctors who can solve your problems with some simple medications. 38

What would be the right word to describe the son’s attitude? A B C D

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From the perspective of Smith, his main problem is A B C D

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detached dismissive reassuring accommodating

the son is not paying heed to him. the son is blaming him for the missing things. the son does not believe that things are really missing. that, things are missing from his shop.

What do you think is the son’s interpretation of Smith’s problem? A B C D

He He He He

is troublesome. is making a mountain out of a molehill. is old and forgetful. is immature and absentminded.

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Section 3 Non-Verbal Reasoning Questions 41 – 42

Questions 41-55

Fourth in the Series

Each of the four questions in this set shows a series of three pictures. From the five alter natives, select the picture that would logically be the fourth picture in the series and mark the corresponding letter (A, B, C, D or E) on the answer sheet.

41

?

A

B

C

D

E

42

?

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B

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D

E

43 Select the picture that would most logically and simply be the fourth in the series.

?

A

B

C

D

E

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? A

B

C

D

E

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Fifth in the Series

Each of the four questions in this set shows a series of four pictures. From the five alternatives, select the picture that would logically be the fifth picture in the series and mark the corresponding letter (A, B, C, D or E) on the answer sheet. 45

?

A

B

C

D

E

46

?

A

B

C

D

E

47

?

A

B

C

D

E

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48

?

A

B

C

Questions 49– 50

D

E

Missing Segment

Each of the following two questions shows a picture with a segment missing. Select the segment that would logically complete the picture and mark the corresponding letter (A, B, C, D or E) on the answer sheet.

49

?

A

B

C

D

E

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?

A

B

C

Question 51

D

E

Middle of the sequence

In each of the following items, the five figures can be rearranged to form a logical sequence. Select the alternative (A, B, C, D or E) that most logically and simply fits in the middle of the sequence.

A

B

C

D

E

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This is to That

Select the figure that would make a second pair of figures with the same relationship as the first pair.

52

is to

A

as

B

is to

C

D

?

E

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? is to

A

B

as

C

is to

D

E

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54

? is to

A

B

as

C

is to

D

E

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?

A

is to

as

is to

B

C

D

E

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