English - Reading comprehension Online Test

Directions (Q.1 - 10): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions below it. Certain words expressions are printed in bold in the passage to help you locate them while answering some of the questions

Child psychology is certainly not a strong point with most Indian schools. Why else would it inflict a double trauma on a student faring badly in the pre-boards by banning her from taking the exams often with fatal results as evidenced by reports of students suicides in the run-up to the board. Now the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has stepped in and put the brakes on. This is good news for parents and students, many of whom have had to live with the threat of the performance - linked department. While schools’ logic is that in order to attract talented students, they need to maintain their performance records at high levels, the assumption that a student faring poorly in the pre-boards will replicate this at the board is faulty. Chances are that the student will be spurred to work doubly hard On the other hand, the threat of the department will almost certainly impact her performance adversely. Of course, linking pre-boards to the boards is only one of the problems with our system.

Choose the word which is most opposite in meaning of the word ‘fatal’


Directions (Q.1 - 10): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions below it. Certain words expressions are printed in bold in the passage to help you locate them while answering some of the questions

Child psychology is certainly not a strong point with most Indian schools. Why else would it inflict a double trauma on a student faring badly in the pre-boards by banning her from taking the exams often with fatal results as evidenced by reports of students suicides in the run-up to the board. Now the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has stepped in and put the brakes on. This is good news for parents and students, many of whom have had to live with the threat of the performance - linked department. While schools’ logic is that in order to attract talented students, they need to maintain their performance records at high levels, the assumption that a student faring poorly in the pre-boards will replicate this at the board is faulty. Chances are that the student will be spurred to work doubly hard On the other hand, the threat of the department will almost certainly impact her performance adversely. Of course, linking pre-boards to the boards is only one of the problems with our system.

According to the passage parents had to live with the threat of?


Directions (Q.1 - 10): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions below it. Certain words expressions are printed in bold in the passage to help you locate them while answering some of the questions

Child psychology is certainly not a strong point with most Indian schools. Why else would it inflict a double trauma on a student faring badly in the pre-boards by banning her from taking the exams often with fatal results as evidenced by reports of students suicides in the run-up to the board. Now the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has stepped in and put the brakes on. This is good news for parents and students, many of whom have had to live with the threat of the performance - linked department. While schools’ logic is that in order to attract talented students, they need to maintain their performance records at high levels, the assumption that a student faring poorly in the pre-boards will replicate this at the board is faulty. Chances are that the student will be spurred to work doubly hard On the other hand, the threat of the department will almost certainly impact her performance adversely. Of course, linking pre-boards to the boards is only one of the problems with our system.

Which of the following according to the passage, is the problem with our school system?


Directions (Q.1 - 10): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions below it. Certain words expressions are printed in bold in the passage to help you locate them while answering some of the questions

Child psychology is certainly not a strong point with most Indian schools. Why else would it inflict a double trauma on a student faring badly in the pre-boards by banning her from taking the exams often with fatal results as evidenced by reports of students suicides in the run-up to the board. Now the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has stepped in and put the brakes on. This is good news for parents and students, many of whom have had to live with the threat of the performance - linked department. While schools’ logic is that in order to attract talented students, they need to maintain their performance records at high levels, the assumption that a student faring poorly in the pre-boards will replicate this at the board is faulty. Chances are that the student will be spurred to work doubly hard On the other hand, the threat of the department will almost certainly impact her performance adversely. Of course, linking pre-boards to the boards is only one of the problems with our system.

1. Which is good news for parents according to the passage?


Directions (Q.1 - 10): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions below it. Certain words expressions are printed in bold in the passage to help you locate them while answering some of the questions

Child psychology is certainly not a strong point with most Indian schools. Why else would it inflict a double trauma on a student faring badly in the pre-boards by banning her from taking the exams often with fatal results as evidenced by reports of students suicides in the run-up to the board. Now the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has stepped in and put the brakes on. This is good news for parents and students, many of whom have had to live with the threat of the performance - linked department. While schools’ logic is that in order to attract talented students, they need to maintain their performance records at high levels, the assumption that a student faring poorly in the pre-boards will replicate this at the board is faulty. Chances are that the student will be spurred to work doubly hard On the other hand, the threat of the department will almost certainly impact her performance adversely. Of course, linking pre-boards to the boards is only one of the problems with our system.

Choose the word which is most opposite in meaning of the word ‘spur’


Directions (Q.1 - 10): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions below it. Certain words expressions are printed in bold in the passage to help you locate them while answering some of the questions

Child psychology is certainly not a strong point with most Indian schools. Why else would it inflict a double trauma on a student faring badly in the pre-boards by banning her from taking the exams often with fatal results as evidenced by reports of students suicides in the run-up to the board. Now the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has stepped in and put the brakes on. This is good news for parents and students, many of whom have had to live with the threat of the performance - linked department. While schools’ logic is that in order to attract talented students, they need to maintain their performance records at high levels, the assumption that a student faring poorly in the pre-boards will replicate this at the board is faulty. Chances are that the student will be spurred to work doubly hard On the other hand, the threat of the department will almost certainly impact her performance adversely. Of course, linking pre-boards to the boards is only one of the problems with our system.

Choose the word which is similar in meaning to the word ‘assumption’ as used in the passage


Directions (Q.1 - 10): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions below it. Certain words expressions are printed in bold in the passage to help you locate them while answering some of the questions

Child psychology is certainly not a strong point with most Indian schools. Why else would it inflict a double trauma on a student faring badly in the pre-boards by banning her from taking the exams often with fatal results as evidenced by reports of students suicides in the run-up to the board. Now the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has stepped in and put the brakes on. This is good news for parents and students, many of whom have had to live with the threat of the performance - linked department. While schools’ logic is that in order to attract talented students, they need to maintain their performance records at high levels, the assumption that a student faring poorly in the pre-boards will "replicate" this at the board is faulty. Chances are that the student will be spurred to work doubly hard On the other hand, the threat of the department will almost certainly impact her performance adversely. Of course, linking pre-boards to the boards is only one of the problems with our system.

Choose the word which is similar in meaning to the word ‘replicate’ as used in the passage


Directions (Q.1 - 10): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions below it. Certain words expressions are printed in bold in the passage to help you locate them while answering some of the questions

Child psychology is certainly not a strong point with most Indian schools. Why else would it inflict a double trauma on a student faring badly in the pre-boards by banning her from taking the exams often with fatal results as evidenced by reports of students suicides in the run-up to the board. Now the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has stepped in and put the brakes on. This is good news for parents and students, many of whom have had to live with the threat of the performance - linked department. While schools’ logic is that in order to attract talented students, they need to maintain their performance records at high levels, the assumption that a student faring poorly in the pre-boards will replicate this at the board is faulty. Chances are that the student will be spurred to work doubly hard On the other hand, the threat of the department will almost certainly impact her performance adversely. Of course, linking pre-boards to the boards is only one of the problems with our system.

Schools wanted to enforce performance — linked department in order to ?


Directions (Q.1 - 10): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions below it. Certain words expressions are printed in bold in the passage to help you locate them while answering some of the questions

Child psychology is certainly not a strong point with most Indian schools. Why else would it inflict a double trauma on a student faring badly in the pre-boards by banning her from taking the exams often with fatal results as evidenced by reports of students suicides in the run-up to the board. Now the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has stepped in and put the brakes on. This is good news for parents and students, many of whom have had to live with the threat of the performance - linked department. While schools’ logic is that in order to attract talented students, they need to maintain their performance records at high levels, the assumption that a student faring poorly in the pre-boards will replicate this at the board is faulty. Chances are that the student will be spurred to work doubly hard On the other hand, the threat of the department will almost certainly impact her performance adversely. Of course, linking pre-boards to the boards is only one of the problems with our system.

What is the faulty assumption of schools according to the passage?


Directions (Q.1 - 10): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions below it. Certain words expressions are printed in bold in the passage to help you locate them while answering some of the questions

Child psychology is certainly not a strong point with most Indian schools. Why else would it inflict a double trauma on a student faring badly in the pre-boards by banning her from taking the exams often with fatal results as evidenced by reports of students suicides in the run-up to the board. Now the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has stepped in and put the brakes on. This is good news for parents and students, many of whom have had to live with the threat of the performance - linked department. While schools’ logic is that in order to attract talented students, they need to maintain their performance records at high levels, the assumption that a student faring poorly in the pre-boards will replicate this at the board is faulty. Chances are that the student will be spurred to work doubly hard On the other hand, the threat of the department will almost certainly impact her performance adversely. Of course, linking pre-boards to the boards is only one of the problems with our system.

What is the ruling of the CBSE?





















































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