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Every year Victorian Year 12 students take a General Achievement Test (GAT) to check their ability in things like maths, humanities, science, reasoning and comprehension. Think you’ve got what it takes to pass a GAT? Put your skills to the test with this selection of questions from previous years’ exams.
Be warned: these are challenging – put your thinking cap on and take your time when answering.
is not knowledge
leads to knowledge
depends on knowledge
is gained through knowledge
S = 2
S = 5
S = 7
S = 8
Do Facebook and Twitter allow us to have a deep connection to one another?
Is it likely that Facebook and Twitter will become redundant, like letter-writing?
Should we tolerate the superficial type of communication that social media promotes?
Are we likely to embrace more sophisticated forms of social media than those that already exist?
Operators gradually increase their skills and are constantly learning while ‘on the job’.
Operators find new skills easy to learn at first, but then a high proportion become disillusioned and give up.
After an initial period of high skill development, operators master the machine and do not need to learn further skills.
After a slow introductory period of learning, operators become familiar with the machine and learn additional new skills more quickly.
things that cannot be done today can be done tomorrow.
we only become conscious of time when we need it.
many things often have to be done at the same time.
things are often put off until tomorrow.
The questions above come from previous GAT exams which were produced by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority. Check out more GAT questions from over the years.
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