Welcome to your MOCK TEST 5 - LISTENING

Full Name
Phone number


Questions 1 - 5

Complete Happies Nursery's new child enrolment form below.

Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER from the listening for each answer.

Happies Nursery

New Child Enrolment Form



Child’s age


Parents’ Names

  • Father

  • Mother



Telephone Numbers:


  • Father

  • Mother


  • Father

  • Mother


  • Father

  • Mother

Fees will be paid by


Luke Beckett

(1) Beckett

(2) Castle Crescent Backley



Same as father's


07743 812 (3)


01538 596 821



Question  6 - 10

Complete Luke's notes for his wife below.

Use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER from the listening for each answer.

Happies Nursery — Notes

* Activities start at (6)  a.m. - parents can drop their children off after 6.30 a.m.

* From 6.30 a.m., there's a team of carers for supervision, cleaning and changing. * All we need to bring are a sweater and some (7)  in a marked bag.

* Happies will call if Gertrude is sick - we'll have to pick her up if this happens. * Happies is 1 mile from the County Hospital and there's always a (8)  on the premises for health supervision.

* Activities end at 4.00 p.m. (we can pick Gertrude up earlier if we want).

* Children are supervised until 6.30 p.m.

* We mustn't come after 6.30 p.m. and we should call the number in the (9)  if we're delayed.

* Happies runs a new service - supervision during the (10)  . It could be useful for us sometimes.


Question  11 - 15

Complete the sentences below.

Use NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER from the listening for each answer.

11. Green Trees can accommodate a maximum of people.

12. Green Trees does not cater for caring for .

13. If residents communicate with Green Trees, they can arrange to be prepared.

14. Green Trees tries to combine care and nursing with opportunities for residents to remain as  as possible.

15. Green Trees' fees can be found in their leaflets or on the .

Question  16 - 20

Complete the table below.

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER from the listening for each answer.

Green Trees Old Age Centre




Games Room Activities

Twice weekly

* Cards, bingo etc.

* A (16) is permitted to be invited - residents can meet new people

Puzzle Sessions


* Crosswords, sudoku etc.

Telling Life Stories

Not mentioned

* Sometimes not easy, but brings back lost memories

* Can be recorded or written down

*Good for the younger generation

All these above activities promote good condition in the (17)  and lead to all sorts of other benefits.

Trips Away


* Trips to various places, including shows, markets and places of interest

* Only (18) trips arranged to prevent resident fatigue

* Residents' families can take residents away for overnight trips - inform Green Trees when this happens


Suitable weather

* Very fulfilling

* Caring for plants helps combat sense of (19) and makes residents feel in control

* Very popular activity

* Can be dangerous, but training and (20)  are provided

* Supervised by the two gardeners


Question 21-25: Choose the correct letter A, B, or C.

21. Lily's engineering placement will be working

22. Ross' engineering placement will be

23. Derek was refused an engineering placement in the Antarctic, because

24. Tanya's engineering placement will involve working with her

25. The students must send their engineering placement notifications to their department

 Question 26- 28: Complete the diagram below on the gas drilling station where Tanya will do her engineering placement.

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS from the listening for each answer.

Gas Drilling Station


Questions 29 and 30:

Answer the question below. Use NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER from the listening for each answer:

29. How will Tanya's team in the desert be in contact with their head office?

30. How long will Tanya spend in the desert at any one time?


Questions 31- 37

Complete the summary below on the lecture on hypnosis, hypnotism and hypnotherapy.

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS from the listening for each answer.

Hypnosis, Hypnotism and Hypnotherapy


Hypnosis - a different psychological state of consciousness with increased potential for (31)   .

Hypnotism - the study of hypnosis or the study of using suggestion during hypnosis.

Hypnotherapy - a therapy conducted mainly during hypnosis.


Hypnosis creates such relaxation that certain suggestions may be made to the (32)   bypassing the awake and logical part of the brain, so that therapy is possible. The hypnotic trance allows increased (33)   to create beneficial changes. Usually the hypnotic trance is medium, which slows certain body functions, while the brain creates alpha waves. This condition is different to normal states of consciousness, as alpha waves signify a special (34)    .

Not yet fully understood, a favoured theory is that hypnosis influences how people pay attention, which happens in the brain stem's ascending reticular formation. This area receives stimuli from the (35)   and passes on messages to the rest of the brain. Hypnosis may inhibit this area, creating great calm.

Hypnotherapy works by exploring the subconscious, where people have unrealised problems, self images, strengths and knowledge. Using hypnotherapy can exploit people's unknown (36)  and help solve problems. Many techniques are used by the hypnotherapist in the hypnotic trance. Some hypnotherapy requires little change in a patient, but more complicated behaviours require deeper therapy and psychological (37)  .

Questions 38 - 40

Choose THREE letters, A - G.

According to the listening, why has hypnotherapy been criticised?

A Because any practitioners are not properly qualified.

B Because not enough research has been done to back up the results.

C Because the relationship between hypnotherapy and improved patient results is not easy to prove.

D Because current tests do not use a big enough sample of the population.

E Because some tests have shown that hypnotherapy has only had an effect because the patients thought it would.

F Because patients give positive responses when questioned in tests because they think they ought to.

G Because of ignorance of hypnotherapy in the critics.