Study Abroad Scholarship Test
Only one answer is correct among all the given answer choices.
What program do you wish to apply for?
Pugnacious means someone who is:
Impecunious is someone who is without
Euphemism is basically
Chronic diseases are
There for a short period of time
Easy to cure
Partners in crime
People very particular about time
Trust worthy friends
Indignant is someone who is
Byzantine philosophy will be
Easy to understand
Is clueless about the worldly matters
Does not sleep at all
Dexterous people are
Part of the Nazi movement
Credulous people are generally
Easy to fool
Good at cooking
Difficult to convince
Having an altercation with someone means
Having a fight
Having an interesting conversation
Marrying that person
Playing Ludo or PUBG with that person
Altruistic people care about
Only their pets
Ascetic people live a
If you gave an unequivocal response to a question, it implies that you
Are clear about the question/answer
Not interested in answering
A veracious person would
Would fight too often
Would eat like Kungfu Panda
Would watch TV all day
Answer the question that follows:
In the above quadratic equation, the value of k is:
ANIMAL DISTRIBUTION IN THE ZOO:
If there are 44 leopards at the zoo, what is the zoo’s total animal population?
In the diagram below, each of fifteen private colleges is represented by a dot and an X on a vertical line. The X indicates the college’s annual income from tuition in 2008. The dot, above or below on the same dashed vertical line, indicates the college’s annual income in 2008 from investments such as endowments. The base of the vertical dashed line indicates the number of students at that college in 2008.
For how many colleges shown is the investment income in 2008 more than double the same college’s tuition income in 2008?
The following chart shows the population of Jenkinsville and the number of televisions in the town through the middle of part of the 20th century.
The ratio of people to televisions in Jenkinsville decreased by approximately what percent from 1955 to 1960?
The price of a pair of sneakers was $80 for the last six months of last year. On January first, the price increased 20%. After the price increase, an employee bought these sneakers with a 10% employee discount. What price did the employee pay?
None of these
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