مدرسان شریف پنجمین کنفرانس بین المللی علوم و مهندسی کنفرانس رویکردهای نوین در علوم انسانی چهارمین کنفرانس پژوهش های نوین در علوم انسانی کنفرانس بین المللی مدیریت و اقتصاد در قرن 21 کنفرانس بین المللی رویکردهای نوین در علوم انسانی، مدیریت، اقتصاد
و حسابداری کنفرانس علوم کشاورزی و محیط زیست  پنجمین کنفرانس بین المللی پژوهش در علوم و تکنولوژی کنفرانس بین المللی پژوهش در هنر کنفرانس بین المللی علوم مهندسی و تکنولوژی موسسه ابن یمین کتابخانه فرهنگ

برگزاری آزمون MSRT آبان ماه ۹۵ در روز جمعه

ششمین آزمون زبان انگلیسی وزارت علوم، تحقیقات و فناوری در سال ۱۳۹۵، روز جمعه چهاردهم آبان ماه برگزار خواهد شد.

به گزارش پی اچ دی تست، شهرهای برگزارکننده آزمون MSRT آبان ۱۳۹۵، تهران، تبریز، اصفهان، اهواز، ارومیه، اردبیل، بابلسر، مشهد، رشت، شیراز، همدان، کرمانشاه، کرمان، خرم آباد، قم، قزوین، یزدو سنندج خواهند بود.

بنا بر اعلام سامانه آزمون زبان MSRT، داوطلبان محترم حتماً کارت ورود به آزمون را از ساعت ۷ صبح روز سه شنبه هفته‌ای که آزمون در آن برگزار می‌گردد، لغایت ۷ صبح روز برگزاری آزمون از سامانه دریافت نمایند. در غیر این صورت به هیچ عنوان نمی‌توانند وارد محل برگزاری آزمون شوند و در روز برگزاری آزمون کارت برای داوطلبی صادر نخواهد شد.

معرفی آزمون زبان MSRT

عضویت در کانال تخصصی آزمون دکتری

نظرات (۶۹)

  1. بهار می‌گه:

    سلام دوستان شما چه زمانی برای ثبت نام اقدام کردید؟ ثبت نام سر ساعت ۱۰ باز می شه یا زودتر باز می شه که خیلی وقتا ساعت ۱۰ ظرفیت بعضی شهرها پر شده

  2. s می‌گه:

    گزینه درست دقیقا بعد از هر سوال اورده شده
    مثلا ۱۱) c یا ۱۲) a

    • منتظر می‌گه:

      سلام دوست عزیز
      خیلی خیلی ممنون
      مرسی که وقت گذاشتین و جوابارو گذاشتین.
      امیدوارم اگه منتظر نتیجه هستین بهترین نتیجه رو کسب کنید.

  3. s می‌گه:

    ۲۰۰۱٫۰۱

    Question 11-20

    Molting is one of the most involved processes of a bird’s annual life cycle. Notwithstanding preening and constant care, the marvelously intricate structure of a bird’s Feather inevitably wears out. All adult birds molt their feathers at least once a year, and Line upon close observation, one can recognize the frayed, ragged appearance of feathers that are nearing the end of their useful life. Two distinct processes are involved in molting. The first step is when the old, worn feather is dropped, or shed. The second is when a new feather grows in its place. When each feather has been shed and replaced, then the molt can be said to be complete. This, however, is an abstraction that often does not happen: incomplete, overlapping, and arrested molts are quite common.

    Molt requires that a bird find and process enough protein to rebuild approximately one-third of its body weight. It is not surprising that a bird in heavy molt often seems listless and unwell. But far from being random, molt is controlled by strong evolutionary forces that have established an optimal time and duration. Generally, molt occurs at the time of least stress on the bird. Many songbirds, for instance, molt in late summer, when the hard work of breeding is done but the weather is still warm and food still plentiful. This is why the woods in late summer often seem so quiet, when compared with the Exuberant choruses of spring.

    Molt of the flight feathers is the most highly organized part of the process. Some species, for example, begin by dropping the outermost primary feathers on each side (to retain balance in the air) and wait until the replacement feathers are about one-third grown before shedding the next outermost, and so on. Others always start with the innermost primary feathers and work outward. Yet other species begin in the middle and work outward on both weeks while the replacement feathers grow.

    11. The passage mainly discusses how C

    (A) birds prepare for breeding

    (B) bird feathers differ from species

    (C) birds shed and replace their feathers

    (D) birds are affected by seasonal changes

    12. The word “Notwithstanding” in line 1 is closest in meaning to A

    (A) despite

    (B) because of

    (C) instead of

    (D) regarding

    13. The word “intricate” in line 2 is closest in meaning to B

    (A) regular

    (B) complex

    (C) interesting

    (D) important

    14. The word “random” in line 11 is closest in meaning to D

    (A) unfortunate

    (B) unusual

    (C) unobservable

    (D) unpredictable

    15. The word “optimal” in line 11 is closest in meaning to C

    (A) slow

    (B) frequent

    (C) best

    (D) early

    16. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a reason that songbirds molt in the late summer? A

    (A) Fewer predators are in the woods.

    (B) The weathers is still warm.

    (C) The songbirds have finished breeding.

    (D) Food is still available.

    17. Some birds that are molting maintain balance during flight by B

    (A) constantly preening and caring for their remaining feathers

    (B) dropping flight feathers on both sides at the same time

    (C) adjusting the angle of their flight to compensate for lost feathers

    (D) only losing one-third of their feathers

    18. The word “Others” in line 17 refers to C

    (A) ducks

    (B) sides

    (C) species

    (D) flight feathers

    19. The author discusses ducks in order to provide an example of birds that B

    (A) grow replacement feathers that are very long

    (B) shed all their wing feathers at one time

    (C) keep their innermost feathers

    (D) shed their outermost feathers first

    20. It can inferred from the discussion about ducks that the molting of their flight feathers takes. D

    (A) a year

    (B) a season

    (C) several months

    (D) a few weeks

  4. s می‌گه:

    ۲۰۰۱٫۰۵

    Questions 31-40

    Ethology is concerned with the study of adaptive, or survival, value of behavior and its Evolutionary history. Ethological theory began to be applied to research on children in the 1960’s but has become even more influential today. The origins of ethology can be traced to the work of Darwin. Its modern foundations were laid by two European zoologists, Konrad Lorenz and Niko Tinbergen.

    Watching the behaviors diverse animal species in their natural habitats, Lorenz, and Tinbergen observed behavior patterns that promote survival. The most well-known of these is imprinting, the carly following behavior of certain baby birds that ensures that the young will stay close to their mother and be fed and protected from danger. Imprinting takes place during an early, restricted time period of development. If the mother goose is not present during this time, but an object resembling her in important features is, young goslings may imprint on it instead.

    Observations of imprinting led to major concept that has been applied in child Development” the critical period. It refers to a limited times span during which the child is biologically prepared to acquire certain adaptive behaviors but needs the support of suitably stimulating environment. Many researchers have conducted studies to find out whether complex congnitive and social behaviors must be learned during restricted time periods. for example, if children are deprived of adequate food or physical and social stimulation during the early years of life, will their intelligence be permanently impaired? If language is not mastered during the preschool years, is the child’s capacity to acquire it reduced?

    Inspired by observations of imprinting, in 1969 the British psychoanalyst John Bowlby applied ethological theory to the understanding of the relationship between an infant and its parents. He argued that attachment behaviors of babies, such as smiling, babbling, grasping, and crying, are built-in social signals that encourage the parents to approach, care for, and interact with the baby. By keeping a parent near, these behaviors help ensure that the baby will be fed, protected from danger, and provided with the stimulation and affection necessary for healthy growth. The development of attachment in human infants is a lengthy process involving changes in psychological structures that lead to a deep affectional tie between parent and baby.

    31. What was Darwin’s contribution to ethology? C

    (A) Darwin improved on the original principles of ethology.

    (B) Darwin was the professor who taught Lorenz and Tinbergen.

    (C) Darwin’s work provided the basis for ethology.

    (D) Darwin was the first person to apply ethological theory to children.

    32. The word “diverse” in line 5 is closest in meaning to B

    (A) small

    (B) varied

    (C) wild

    (D) particular

    33. The word “ensures” in line 7 is closest in meaning to A

    (A) guarantees

    (B) proves

    (C) teaches

    (D) assumes

    34. According to the passage, if a mother goose is not present during the time period when imprinting takes place, which of the following will most likely occur? D

    (A) The gosling will not imprint on any object.

    (B) The gosling may not find a mate when it matures.

    (C) The mother will later imprint on the gosling.

    (D) The gosling may imprint on another object.

    35. The word “it” in line 10 refers to D

    (A) development

    (B) goose

    (C) time

    (D) object

    36. The word “suitably” in line 13 is closest in meaning to C

    (A) willingly

    (B) moderately

    (C) appropriately

    (D) emotionally

    37. The author mentions all of the following as attachment behaviors of human infants EXCEPT C

    (A) grasping

    (B) crying

    (C) eating

    (D) smiling

    38. According to the passage, attachment behaviors of infants are intended to A

    (A) get the physical, emotional and social needs of the infant met

    (B) allow the infant to become imprinted on objects that resemble the parent

    (C) provide the infant with a means of self-stimulation

    (D) prepare the infant to cope with separation

    39. The phrase “affectional tie” in line 24 is closest in meaning to B

    (A) cognitive development

    (B) emotional attachment

    (C) psychological need

    (D) behavioral change

    40. It can be inferred from the passage that ethological theory assumes that D

    (A) to learn about human behavior only human subjects should be studied

    (B) failure to imprint has no influence on inteligence

    (C) the notion of critical periods applies only to animals

    (D) there are similarities between animal and human behavior

  5. پیام می‌گه:

    دوستان همگی خواهشن درخواستی برای ارفاق به نمرات بگذارید شاید تاثیری در نمرات اعلامی داشت.
    چند دقیقه وقت گیر است ولی ممکنه تاثیر گذار باشه.

  6. منتظر می‌گه:

    سلام به همگی
    خدایا چی میشه یعنی

  7. s می‌گه:

    ببخشید از چپ به راست

  8. s می‌گه:

    سلام
    جواب سوالات ۱-۹ از راست به چپ
    BCADB DADD
    جواب ۱۸ تا ۲۸
    DBC ADCDB DAB

  9. امیر می‌گه:

    سلام
    من هم با نظر رضای عزیز مبنی بر درخواست تصحیح با ارفاق این دوره موافقم. نظر خوبی است بیایید این کار را بکنیم

    • mehdi phd می‌گه:

      دوستان این چه نظراتی هست؟ دلتون واقعا خوش برگه ها رو دستگاه صحیح میکنه ارفاق نمیفهمه چی هست فقط راهش اعتراض به نحوه طرح سوالات که شاید سطح ازمون بعدی کمی بیاد پایین ومنطقی تر باشه که اونم بعید چون هدف اول ازمون درامد زایی برای برگزار کننده از طریق تعداد زیاد افراد مردود شدست

      • پدرام می‌گه:

        چرا نشه دوست عزیز، چه ربطی به دستگاه داره، برگه ها را بعد اینکه صحیح کردن مال همه رو به یک میزان روی نمودار ببرن. به نظرت خیلی کار سختیه؟؟؟؟؟؟

    • نینا می‌گه:

      دوستان من پیام گذاشتم خواش میکنم همه پیام بذارید شاید ارفاق کردن

  10. رها می‌گه:

    دوستان خط اول ریدینگ هارو بزنین تو اینترنت خودش سایتشو میاره اینا همه ریدینگای سوالات تافل سالهای گذشه است جوابشم ندارم یعنی هیچ جا ندیدم

  11. عطشان می‌گه:

    متنا دقیقا همین بود بیزحمت جوابشو هم قرار بدین.ببخشید اینا از چه کتابی هستن؟

  12. محسن می‌گه:

    دوستان کسی منابع ریدینگ آزمون جمعه را اطلاع داره از کجا بود؟ اگر اعلام کنید ممنون میشم

    • رها می‌گه:

      دوست عزیز آیا ریدینگ ها اینها بودند؟
      Questions 1-9
      In 1972, a century after the first national park in the United States was established at
      Yellowstone, legislation was passed to create the National Marine Sanctuaries Program.
      The intent of this legislation was to provide protection to selected coastal habitats similar
      To that existing for land areas designated as national parks. The designation of an areas
      5) a marine sanctuary indicates that it is a protected area, just as a national park is. People
      are permitted to visit and observe there, but living organisms and their environments may
      not be harmed or removed.
      The National Marine Sanctuaries Program is administered by the National Oceanic
      and Atmospheric Administration, a branch of the United States Department of Commerce.
      10) Initially, 70 sites were proposed as candidates for sanctuary status. Two and a half decades
      later, only fifteen sanctuaries had been designated, with half of these established after
      1978. They range in size from the very small (less than I square kilometer) Fagatele Bay
      National Marine Sanctuary in American Samoa to the Monterey Bay National Marine
      Sanctuary in California, extending over 15,744 square kilometers.
      15) The National Marine Sanctuaries Program is a crucial part of new management
      practices in which whole communities of species, and not just individual species, are
      offered some degree of protection from habitat degradation and overexploitation. Only
      in this way can a reasonable degree of marine species diversity be maintained in a setting
      that also maintains the natural interrelationships that exist among these species.
      20) Several other types of marine protected areas exist in the United States and other
      countries. The National Estuarine Research Reserve System, managed by the United
      States government, includes 23 designated and protected estuaries. Outside the United
      States, marine protected-area programs exist as marine parks, reserves, and preserves.
      Over 100 designated areas exist around the periphery of the Carbbean Sea. Others range
      25) from the well-known Australian Great Barrer Reef Marine Park to lesser-known parks
      in countries such as Thailand and Indonesia, where tourism is placing growing pressures
      on fragile coral reef systems. As state, national, and international agencies come to
      recognize the importance of conserving marine biodiversity, marine projected areas.
      whether as sanctuaries, parks, or estuarine reserves, will play an increasingly important
      role in preserving that diversity.

      1. What does the passage mainly discuss?
      (A) Differences among marine parks, sanctuaries, and reserves
      (B) Various marine conservation programs
      (C) International agreements on coastal protection
      (D) Similarities between land and sea protected environments

      2. The word “intent” in line 3 is closest in meaning to
      (A) repetition
      (B) approval
      (C) goal
      (D) revision
      3. The word “administered” in line 8 is closest in meaning to
      (A) managed
      (B) recognized
      (C) opposed
      (D) justified

      4. The word “these” in line 11 refers to
      (A) sites
      (B) candidates
      (C) decades
      (D) sanctuaries

      5. The passage mentions the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary (lines 13-14) as an
      example of a sanctuary that
      (A) is not well know
      (B) covers a large area
      (C) is smaller than the Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary
      (D) was not originally proposed for sanctuary status

      6. According to the passage, when was the National Marine Sanctuaries Program established?
      (A) Before 1972
      (B) After 1987
      (C) One hundred years before national parks were established
      (D) One hundred years after Yellowstone National Park was established
      7. According to the passage, all of the following are achievements of the National Marine Sanctuaries Program EXCEPT
      (A) the discovery of several new marine organisms
      (B) the preservation of connections between individual marine species
      (C) the protection of coastal habitats
      (D) the establishment of areas where the public
      can observe marine life

      8. The word “periphery” in line 24 is closest in
      meaning to
      (A) depth
      (B) landmass
      (C) warm habitat
      (D) outer edge

      9. The passage mentions which of the following as
      a threat to marine areas outside the United
      States?
      (A) Limitations in financial support
      (B) The use of marine species as food
      (C) Variability of the climate
      (D) Increases in tourism

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      Cities develop as a result of functions that they can perform. Some functions result
      directly from the ingenuity of the citizenry, but most functions result from the needs of
      the local area and of the surrounding hinterland (the region that supplies goods to the
      city and to which the city furnishes services and other goods). Geographers often make
      5) a distinction between the situation and the site of a city. Situation refers to the general
      position in relation to the surrounding region, whereas site involves physical
      characteristics of the specific location. Situation is normally much more important to
      the continuing prosperity of a city. if a city is well situated in regard to its hinterland, its
      development is much more likely to continue. Chicago, for example, possesses an almost
      10) unparalleled situation: it is located at the southern end of a huge lake that forces east-west
      transportation lines to be compressed into its vicinity, and at a meeting of significant land
      and water transport routes. It also overlooks what is one of the world’s finest large
      farming regions. These factors ensured that Chicago would become a great city regardless
      of the disadvantageous characteristics of the available site, such as being prone to flooding
      15) during thunderstorm activity.
      Similarly, it can be argued that much of New York City’s importance stems from its
      early and continuing advantage of situation. Philadephia and Boston both originated at
      about the same time as New York and shared New York’s location at the western end of
      one of the world’s most important oceanic trade routes, but only New York possesses an
      20) easy-access functional connection (the Hudson-Mohawk lowland) to the vast Midwestern
      hinterland. This account does not alone explain New York’s primacy, but it does include
      several important factors. Among the many aspects of situation that help to explain why
      some cities grow and others do not, original location on a navigable waterway seems
      particularly applicable. Of course, such characteristic as slope, drainage, power
      25) resources, river crossings, coastal shapes, and other physical characteristics help to
      determine city location, but such factors are normally more significant in early stages
      of city development than later.

      18. What does the passage mainly discuss?
      (A) The development of trade routes through
      United States cities
      (B) Contrasts in settlement patterns in United
      States
      (C) Historical differences among three large
      United States cities
      (D) The importance of geographical situation
      in the growth of United States cities

      19. The word “ingenuity” in line 2. is closest in
      meaning to
      (A) wealth
      (B) resourcefulness
      (C) traditions
      (D) organization

      20. The passage suggests that a geographer would
      consider a city’s soil type part of its
      (A) hinterland
      (B) situation
      (C) site
      (D) function

      21. According to the passage, a city’s situation is
      more important than its site in regard to the
      city’s.
      (A) long-term growth and prosperity
      (B) ability to protect its citizenry
      (C) possession of favorable weather conditions
      (D) need to import food supplies

      22. The author mentions each of the following as
      an advantage of Chicago’s location EXCEPT
      its.
      (A) hinterland
      (B) nearness to a large lake
      (C) position in regard to transport routes
      (D) flat terrain

      23. The word “characteristics” in line 14 is closest
      in meaning to
      (A) choices
      (B) attitudes
      (C) qualities
      (D) inhabitants

      24. The primary purpose of paragraph 1 is to
      (A) summarize past research and introduce
      anew study
      (B) describe a historical period
      (C) emphasize the advantages of one theory
      over another
      (D) define a term and illustrate it with an
      example

      25. According to the passage, Philadelphia and
      Boston are similar to New York City in
      (A) size of population
      (B) age
      (C) site
      (D) availability of rail transportation

      26. The word “functional” in line 20 is closest in
      meaning to
      (A) alternate
      (B) unknown
      (C) original
      (D) usable

      27. The word “it” in line 21 refers to
      (A) account
      (B) primacy
      (C) connection
      (D) hinterland

      28. The word “significant” in line 26 is closest in
      meaning to
      (A) threatening
      (B) meaningful
      (C) obvious
      (D) available

      Question 11-20
      Molting is one of the most involved processes of a bird’s annual life cycle.
      Notwithstanding preening and constant care, the marvelously intricate structure of a bird’s
      Feather inevitably wears out. All adult birds molt their feathers at least once a year, and
      Line upon close observation, one can recognize the frayed, ragged appearance of feathers that
      5) are nearing the end of their useful life. Two distinct processes are involved in molting.
      The first step is when the old, worn feather is dropped, or shed. The second is when a new
      feather grows in its place. When each feather has been shed and replaced, then the molt
      can be said to be complete. This, however, is an abstraction that often does not happen:
      incomplete, overlapping, and arrested molts are quite common.
      10) Molt requires that a bird find and process enough protein to rebuild approximately
      one-third of its body weight. It is not surprising that a bird in heavy molt often seems
      listless and unwell. But far from being random, molt is controlled by strong evolutionary
      forces that have established an optimal time and duration. Generally, molt occurs at the
      time of least stress on the bird. Many songbirds, for instance, molt in late summer, when
      15) the hard work of breeding is done but the weather is still warm and food still plentiful.
      This is why the woods in late summer often seem so quiet, when compared with the
      Exuberant choruses of spring.
      Molt of the flight feathers is the most highly organized part of the process. Some species,
      for example, begin by dropping the outermost primary feathers on each side (to retain
      20) balance in the air) and wait until the replacement feathers are about one-third grown before
      shedding the next outermost, and so on. Others always start with the innermost primary
      feathers and work outward. Yet other species begin in the middle and work outward on both
      weeks while the replacement feathers grow.
      11.The passage mainly discusses how
      (A) birds prepare for breeding
      (B) bird feathers differ from species
      (C) birds shed and replace their feathers
      (D) birds are affected by seasonal changes
      12.The word “Notwithstanding” in line 2 is closest
      in meaning to
      (A) despite
      (B) because of
      (C) instead of
      (D) regarding
      13.The word “intricate” in line 2 is closest in
      meaning to
      (A) regular
      (B) complex
      (C) interesting
      (D) important
      14.The word “random” in line 12 is closest in
      meaning to
      (A) unfortunate
      (B) unusual
      (C) unobservable
      (D) unpredictable
      15.The word “optimal” in line 13 is closest in

      meaning to
      (A) slow
      (B) frequent
      (C) best
      (D) early
      16.Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a
      reason that songbirds molt in the late
      summer?
      (A) Fewer predators are in the woods.
      (B) The weathers is still warm.
      (C) The songbirds have finished breeding.
      (D) Food is still available.
      17. Some birds that are molting maintain balance
      during flight by
      (A) constantly preening and caring for their
      remaining feathers
      (B) dropping flight feathers on both sides at the
      same time
      (C) adjusting the angle of their flight to
      compensate for lost feathers
      (D) only losing one-third of their feathers
      18.The word “Others” in line 21 refers to
      (A) ducks
      (B) sides
      (C) species
      (D) flight feathers
      19.The author discusses ducks in order to provide
      an example of birds that
      (A) grow replacement feathers that are very long
      (B) shed all their wing feathers at one time
      (C) keep their innermost feathers
      (D) shed their outermost feathers first
      20. It can inferred from the discussion about ducks
      that the molting of their flight feathers takes.
      (A) a year
      (B) a season
      (C) several months
      (D) a few weeks

      Ethology is concerned with the study of adaptive, or survival, value of behavior and its
      Evolutionary history. Ethological theory began to be applied to research on children in the
      1960’s but has become even more influential today. The origins of ethology can be traced

      Line to the work of Darwin. Its modern foundations were laid by two European zoologists,
      5) Konrad Lorenz and Niko Tinbergen.
      Watching the behaviors diverse animal species in their natural habitats, Lorenz, and
      Tinbergen observed behavior patterns that promote survival. The most well-known of these
      is imprinting, the carly following behavior of certain baby birds that ensures that the young
      will stay close to their mother and be fed and protected from danger. Imprinting takes place
      10) during an early, restricted time period of development. If the mother goose is not present
      during this time, but an object resembling her in important features is, young goslings may
      imprint on it instead.
      Observations of imprinting led to major concept that has been applied in child
      Development” the critical period. It refers to a limited times span during which the child is
      15) biologically prepared to acquire certain adaptive behaviors but needs the support of suitably
      stimulating environment. Many researchers have conducted studies to find out whether
      complex congnitive and social behaviors must be learned during restricted time periods.
      for example, if children are deprived of adequate food or physical and social stimulation
      during the early years of life, will their intelligence be permanently impaired? If language
      20) is not mastered during the preschool years, is the child’s capacity to acquire it reduced?
      Inspired by observations of imprinting, in 1969 the British psychoanalyst John Bowlby
      applied ethological theory to the understanding of the relationship between an infant and
      its parents. He argued that attachment behaviors of babies, such as smiling, babbling,
      grasping, and crying, are built-in social signals that encourage the parents to approach,
      25) care for, and interact with the baby. By keeping a parent near, these behaviors help ensure
      that the baby will be fed, protected from danger, and provided with the stimulation and
      affection necessary for healthy growth. The development of attachment in human infants
      is a lengthy process involving changes in psychological structures that lead to a deep
      affectional tie between parent and baby.
      31.What was Darwin’s contribution to ethology?
      (A) Darwin improved on the original principles
      of ethology.
      (B) Darwin was the professor who taught
      Lorenz and Tinbergen.
      (C) Darwin’s work provided the basis for
      ethology.
      (D) Darwin was the first person to apply
      ethological theory to children.
      32.The word “diverse” in line 6 is closest in
      meaning to
      (A) small
      (B) varied
      (C) wild
      (D) particular
      33.The word “ensures” in line 8 is closest in
      meaning to
      (A) guarantees
      (B) proves
      (C) teaches
      (D) assumes
      34. According to the passage, if a mother goose is
      not present during the time period when
      imprinting takes place, which of the following
      will most likely occur?

      (A) The gosling will not imprint on any object.
      (B) The gosling may not find a mate when it
      matures.
      (C) The mother will later imprint on the gosling.
      (D) The gosling may imprint on another object.
      35.The word “it” in line 12 refers to
      (A) development
      (B) goose
      (C) time
      (D) object
      36.The word “suitably” in line 15 is closest in
      meaning to
      (A) willingly
      (B) moderately
      (C) appropriately
      (D) emotionally
      37.The author mentions all of the following as
      attachment behaviors of human infants
      EXCEPT
      (A) grasping
      (B) crying
      (C) eating
      (D) smiling
      38.According to the passage, attachment behaviors
      of infants are intended to
      (A) get the physical, emotional and social needs
      of the infant met
      (B) allow the infant to become imprinted on
      objects that resemble the parent
      (C) provide the infant with a means of
      self-stimulation
      (D) prepare the infant to cope with separation
      39.The phrase “affectional tie” in line 29 is closest
      in meaning to
      (A) cognitive development
      (B) emotional attachment
      (C) psychological need
      (D) behavioral change
      40. It can be inferred from the passage that
      ethological theory assumes that
      (A) to learn about human behavior only human
      subjects should be studied
      (B) failure to imprint has no influence on
      inteligence
      (C) the notion of critical periods applies only to
      animals
      (D) there are similarities between animal and
      human behavior

  13. رضا می‌گه:

    سلام
    دوستان همگی در صورت امکان درخواستی مبنی بر تصحیح نمرات با ارفاق در سایت msrt بگذاریم تا شاید تاثیری در نمرات اعلامی داشته باشد.

  14. msrt new می‌گه:

    آزمون اصن خوده تافل بود فقط بخشهای رایتینگ و اسپیکینگ نداشت.امیدوارم همه دوستان که تلاش کردن نتیجه زحماتشونو بگیرن.

  15. s می‌گه:

    دوستان کسی نمی دونه ریدینگ ها از چه کتابی بود؟

  16. amin می‌گه:

    سلام بچه ها
    کتاب کمبریج کدومه

    میشه بیشتر توضیح بدین
    مرسی

  17. فریما می‌گه:

    دوستان سلام
    چرا اینقد این سری ازمون سخت بود ریدینگای طولانی،شنیداریش وحشتناک،گرامرش مخصوصا قسمت دوم خیلی دوپهلو و گنگ بود…کسی نیست بگه تو این امتحان که رقابتی در کار نیست چرا باید اینقد سخت گیری باشه که بچه ها از ازمون جامع عقب بیوفتن …دوستان چرا اعتراضی نمیکنن برای این آزمون!

  18. هانا می‌گه:

    بچه ها اگر دوازده تا سوال لیسنینگ رو جواب ندیدم و قصدمون هم این بوده باشه که شانسی لیسنینگ ها رو بزنیم چون واقعا سخت بود اونوقت تو ۱۲ تا سوال چند تا مثلا ممکن بود درست در بیاد؟ یا اینکه آدم چیزی رو از دست نمیده؟ خیلی نگران هستم کاش اون دوازده تا رو شانسی هم شده بود میزدم

  19. هانا می‌گه:

    من خیلی نگران هستم فرصت نبود حتی ده تا از لیسنینگ ها رو شانسی مثلا b بزنم. راستی کسی میدونه لیسنینگ های بخش آخر شنیداری شامل چند تا سوال میشد؟

  20. صبا می‌گه:

    سلام،من به نمره این آزمون خیلی احتیاج دارم،تازه میخوام شروع کنم،میشه راهنماییم کنین چطوربایدپروفایل بسازم؟واینکه میشه دوتاآزمون پشت سرهم شرکت کردیانه؟جایی خوندم نمیشه،تمنامیکنم یکی به من کمک کنه،شدیدااسترس دارم

  21. شرکت کننده می‌گه:

    سلام بچه ها
    ریدینگ ها در مورد چی بود؟
    کسی متن ریدینگ ها یادش هست؟

  22. saba می‌گه:

    دوستان برای رشته ی آموزش زبان هم داشتن مدرک زبان تافل….. باید داشت تا بشه آزمون جامع شرکت کرد یا نه؟؟؟؟

  23. هانا می‌گه:

    بچه ها من خیلی نگران هستم حداقل ده تا از لیسنینگ ها رو نزدم هر چند من متوجه نمیشدم چی میگه ولی شانسی هم نشد که بزنم! وقت خیلی کم بود اینقدر ناراحتم که حد نداره به نمره اش نیاز داشتم برا آزمون جامع…. اینقدر گریه کردم سرم درد گرفته

    • پدرام می‌گه:

      سلام نگران نباشین هر چی خدا بخواد همون میشه، ولی حقیقتا لیسینینگ دشوار بود گویی با ازمون تافل اشتباه گرفتن. ولی در کل بسیار سخت بود

  24. دکترا می‌گه:

    سلام به همگی
    لسینینگ خیلی خیلی سخت بود! یعنی چی آخه؟!
    نسبت به ماه پیش خیلی سخت تر بود

  25. s می‌گه:

    به نظر شما برا گرامر این دوره لانگمن کافی بود؟

  26. s می‌گه:

    سلام. به نظر من کلا این ازمون از دو دوره قبلی که من امتحان دادم سخت تر بود.

  27. سید محمد طاها طباطبایی می‌گه:

    دوستان آزمون امروز را چطور دادید؟ دو تا از ردینگها بنظر من آشنا بودند لکن نمیدانم از کدام کتاب است؟ لیسنینگ نسبت به دفعه قبل سختتر بود و گرامر خوب بود. نظر دوستان عزیز را میخواهم بدانم…
    کسی میداند ردینگهای امروز از کدام کتاب طراحی شده است؟

  28. msrt new می‌گه:

    سلام بچه ها.توروخدا بیاین بگین آزمونو چطور دادین.چرا انقد لیسنینگ وحشتناک بود.مگه تافله؟بخش تشخیص خطا توی گرامر هم سخت بود.ریدینگ هم هرکدوم یک صفحه.سوالا خیلی فراتر از کتاب کیت و تافل دکترا بود.نظره شماها چیه؟

    • Mahan می‌گه:

      اره ازمون امروز خیلی سخت بود، اصلا در حد کیت و لانگمن نبود، شنیداری خیلی مکالمه ها طولانی بود، گرامرم گنگ بود، فقط دوتا ردینگ اخری خوب بود.
      ماه گذشته خیلی اسونتر بود، هرچی پیش میره سخت تر میشه

    • Ra Ro می‌گه:

      سلام به نظر من هم لیسنینگ خیلی سخت بود،
      گرامر هم از سری پیش سخت تر بود،منابع ریدینگش رو کسی میدونه???

    • ساناز می‌گه:

      سلام من بار اولم بود شرکت میکردم لیسینگ رو که اصلا متوجه نمیشدم چون خیلی طولانی بود و تند و با لهجه زیاد
      گرامر معمولی بود و ریدینگ هم تایم کم اوردم اما دوتای اخر به نسبت اسون تر بودن
      امیدوارم تلاش همه عزیزان نتیجه بده
      دوستان لطفا نظراتشون رو بگن تا بقیه استفاده کنن
      سپاس

  29. mats می‌گه:

    سلام دوستان. کسی میدونه آزمون بعدیش کیه؟! و کلا چن بار در سال این آزمون برگزار میشه و منابع اصلیش چیه؟! خیلی ممنون میشم اگه کمکم کنین واسه شرکت در آزمون بعدی…

  30. سوال می‌گه:

    نام کتاب کمبریج که دوستان میفرمایند ردینگ از آن میاید، چیست؟

  31. دکترا می‌گه:

    منظور از کتابایی مثل کیت و لانگمن

  32. دکترا می‌گه:

    سلام
    کسی میدونه آیا ریدینگ تکراری میدن یا نه؟

  33. Mahan می‌گه:

    سلام
    کسی میدونه ردینگ و گرامر ازمون قبلی از کدوم کتاب بود؟

  34. s می‌گه:

    با سلام. دوستان به نظر کمبریج و لانگمن از منابع ریدینگ هستند. کتاب دیگری هم هست؟

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