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Hi I am interested in having the sample Multiple Choice Questions for the Reading section for the International English Language Testing System?
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Old July 17th, 2017, 01:32 PM
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The sample Multiple Choice Questions for the Reading section for the International English Language Testing System has been provided below.

IELTS Reading Multiple Choice Questions



1. Young children are making criminologists nervous because
(a) they are committing too much crime.
(b) they are impulsive and immature.
(c) they may grow up to be criminals.

2. The general crime rate in the US is
(a)increasing
(b)decreasing
(c)not changing

3. The age group which commits the highest rate of crime is
(a)14 - 17.
(b)18 - 24.
(c)24 +.

4. James Fox believes that the improvement in crime figures could
(a)make us complacent in the fight against crime.
(b)result in an increase in teenage violence.
(c)result in a decrease in teenage violence.

5. According to paragraph 3, the government
(a)is doing everything it can to solve the problem.
(b)is not interested in solving the problem.
(c)is not doing enough to solve the problem.

6. In comparison with James Fox, Michael Tonry is
(a)more pessimistic.
(b)less pessimistic.
(c)equally pessimistic.

7. Jonathan Kozol believes that
(a)there is no solution to the problem.
(b)employment and education are not the answer.
(c)employment and education can improve the situation.

8. Professor DiIulio thinks that spending on social programs
(a) should continue as it is
(b)should be decreased.
(c)is irrelevant to crime rates.

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