Questions 12 to 15 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
12. What does the man want to know?
A)Where the woman studies.
B)The acceptance rate at Leeds.
C)Leeds’ tuition for international students.
D)How to apply for studies at a university.
13. What is the man going to do?
A)Apply to an American university.
B)Do research on higher education.
C)Perform in a famous musical.
D)Pursue postgraduate studies.
14. What might qualify the man for a scholarship at Leeds University?
A)His favorable recommendations.
B)His outstanding musical talent.
C)His academic excellence.
D)His unique experience.
15. What is the woman planning to do after graduation?
A) Do a master’s degree.
B) Settle down in England.
C) Travel widely.
D) Teach overseas.
M: Emma, I got accepted to the University of Leeds. Since you're going to university in England, (12) do you know how much it is for international students to study there?
W: Congratulations! Yes, I believe for international students, you'll have to pay around 13,000 pounds a year. It's just a bit more than the local students.
M: Ok, so that's about 17,000 dollars for the tuition and fees. (13) Anyway, I'm only going to be there for a year doing my masters, so it's pretty good. If I stayed in the US, it'd take two years and cost at least 50,000 dollars in tuition alone. (14) Also, I have a good chance of winning a scholarship at Leeds, which will be pretty awesome, the benefits of being a music genius.
W: (14) Yeah, I heard you're a talented piano player. So you're doing a post-graduate degree now? I'm still in my last year graduating next June. Finally I'll be done with my studies and can go on to earn in loads of money.
M: Are you still planning on being a teacher? No money in that job then?
W: You'd be surprised. (15) I'm still going to be a teacher. But the plan is to work at an international school overseas after I get a year or so of experience in England. It's better paid and I get to travel, which reminds me I'm late for my class and I've got some documents I need to print out first. I'd better run.