1. In Britain, children between the ages of _______ to _______ must receive the compulsory education.
A. 5, 15 B. 6, 15 C. 5, 16 D. 6, 16
2. The selection tests taken at the age of 11 is known as _______.
A. eleven-plus B. A-level C. O-level D. HND
3. The pupils who had got the highest marks in the “eleven-plus” examination would go to _______ school.
A. grammar B. technical
C. secondary modern D. senior high
4. Public schools of British secondary education are funded by _______.
A. the state B. the charity C. the private D. the community
5.Which of the following is NOT a famous public secondary school for boys?
A. Eton. B. Harrow. C. Westminster. D. Roedean.
6.There are about _______ universities, including the Open University in Britain.
A. 70 B. 80 C. 90 D. 100
7.Of the following universities, which one is the oldest in the U.K.?
A. University of Oxford B. University of Cambridge
C. University of Manchester D. University of Edinburgh
8. The universities of St. Andrews, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Edinburgh are called the four _______ universities.
A. Irish B. Welsh C. Scottish D. English
9. The _______ University offers courses through one of BBC’s television channels and by radio.
A. Open B. Free C. National D. Community
10. Titles for a ﬁ rst degree in universities are Bachelor of _______ and Bachelor of _______.
A. Arts, Science B. Arts, Technology
C. Philosophy, Arts D. Philosophy, Science