Questões Inglês Vestibular FMO 2019 com Gabarito

Questões Inglês Vestibular FMO 2019 com Gabarito

Read the text to answer 010203 and 04.

American Medical Association: let minors 
override parents' vaccination refusal

Members of the American Medical Association voted this week to support state policies that would allow minors to override their parent's objections to vaccinations.

Moving forward, the AMA will encourage state lawmakers to institute comprehensive vaccine and minor consent policies, according to a news release. The policy recommendation came at the group’s annual meeting in Chicago on Monday. This decision comes as the anti-vaccination movement gains strength nationwide and public health officials blame outbreaksin diseases including measles on fewer people getting vaccinated.

“The prevalence of unvaccinated pediatric patients is troubling to physicians”, said AMA board member Dr. S. Bobby Mukkamala, in the release. “Many children go unvaccinated as anti-vaccine related messages and advertisements target parents with misinformation. Allowing mature minors to provide informed consent to vaccinations will ensure these patients can access this type of preventive care.” During Monday’s meeting, AMA also voted to adopt a plan to bring national attention to violence against the transgender community, especially transgender people of color. The group also encouraged doctors to play a more active role in reporting and preventing human trafficking.

FMO 2019: It is true about the text that:

(A) Police officers may have to reassure vaccinations.

(B) The transgender community is against vaccination.

(C) Minors might repeal parental decision on vaccines.

(D) Human trafficking‘s being supported by vaccination.


FMO 2019: Mark the item which is an illness.

(A) Measles.
(B) Physicians.
(C) Outbreaks.
(D) Lawmakers.


FMO 2019: Outbreaks in diseases are caused by:

(A) Increase in vaccination rates.

(B) Lack of public health officials.

(C) Prevalence of minors’ wishes.

(D) Slump in the inoculated ratio.


FMO 2019: Mark the item which is used as a noun in the text.

(A) Including. (L10)
(B) Reporting. (L21)
(C) Trafficking. (L22)
(D) Preventing. (L22)


Read the text to answer 050607 and 08.

University entrance system could be overhauled so
students only apply after they have their A-level grades

The higher education watchdog, The Office for Students (OfS), is to launch a major review later this year into the university admissions system. It follows concern from ministers that universities have been engaging in “unethical” practises such as “pressure selling” unconditional offers to students.

While the OfS cannot dictate how individual universities make their offers, they are able to change the structures that govern the admissions system. A review is likely to consider whether a post qualifications admission system should be set up, where students only apply to university after receiving their A-levels.

This would remove the problem of institutions handing out unconditional offers which can lead to students slacking with their school work since they have a university place guaranteed. It would also solve the issue of unreliable predicted grades, where universities complain that teachers make unrealistic forecasts about what students are capable of achieving.

UCAS, the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service, previously attempted to instigate a move to a post-qualification system but dropped the idea in 2012. At the time, university leaders claimed that the move would put too much pressure on admissions tutors by forcing them to consider hundreds of thousands of applications in just a few weeks over the summer. But there is now growing concern about the misuse of unconditional offers, with the number rising sharply. Students are now 30 times more likely to receive one than five years ago.

Damian Hinds, the education secretary, said on Monday that he welcomes the review, adding that the rise in unconditional offers “may be symptomatic of wider issues within university admissions processes”. In a letter to Sir Michael Barber, the chair of the OFS, he said: “There is a need to establish whether current admissions processes serve the best interests of students”.

The lifting of student number controls in England in 2015 gave universities free rein to recruit as many undergraduates as they see but the move has led to accusations that they now act like businesses, seeking to maximise their revenue by recruiting as many students as possible.

FMO 2019: The item that characterizes current UK university admission system is:

(A) It halts unconditional college offers.

(B) A-levels are given before application.

(C) Its base is post qualification strategy.

(D) It exerts too much pressure on tutors.


FMO 2019: According to the text, why is the admission system deficient presently?

(A) Students can’t afford very high tuition fees.

(B) Students may want to drop off school work.

(C) It serves the best interests of most students.

(D) Applications are all analyzed in a short time.


FMO 2019: Revenue (L37) does NOT mean:

(A) Profit.
(B) Duties.
(C) Income.
(D) Earnings.


FMO 2019: Whether (L31) introduces a/an:

(A) Doubt.
(B) Adding.
(C) Similarity.
(D) Contradiction.


Analyze the image to answer 09 and 10.

Calling an illegal alien an undocumented immigrant

FMO 2019: It is consistent to state that image contains:

(A) A pledge on drugs.
(B) An outrage to genre.
(C) An attack to a career.
(D) A criticism on language.


FMO 2019: The word LIKE establishes a/an:

(A) Dismissal of thought.
(B) Logical consequencing.
(C) Correlation of the ideas.
(D) Counter-argumentation.


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