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Simulation Test

ITP – Level 1

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SIMULASI ITP Level 1

Welcome to ITP Simulation Test

Test your ITP Skill

Information to Test takers

There are three parts to the test including Listening, Writing, and Reading.

Each question carries different point.

No. of Questions : 100 items
Score Range : 0 - 200
Timing : 100 Minutes

Complete the form below correctly before starting the test.

At the end of the test, the score report will be sent to your email

SECTION 1

LISTENING COMPREHENSION

Time–Approximately 35 minutes, including the reading of the directions for each part In this section of the test, you will have an opportunity to demonstrate your ability to understand conversations and talks in English.

There are two parts to this section, with special instructions for each part. Answer all the questions based on what is stated or implied by the speakers. When you take an actual ITP test, make sure to follow the rules accordingly whether you are allowed or not to take notes or write in your test book. For this practice test, you are allowed to make notes as you listen to the conversation.

This practice test is organized by Lister and is intended for TOEFL ITP Level 1 Listening Practice.

PART A

Directions: In part A, you will hear short conversations between two people. After each conversation, you will hear a question about the conversation. The conversations and questions will not be repeated. After you hear a question, read the four possible answers in this booklet, and choose the best answer. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the letter of the answer you have chosen.

Here is an example.

On the recording, you will hear:

(man) Would you like to join me for dinner tonight?

(woman) I would love to, but I need to submit an assignment that is due tonight.

(narrator) What will the woman do tonight?

In your booklet, you read:

(A) Work on her assignment.

(B) Join the man for dinner.

(C) Do something tonight.

(D) Love an assignment.

You learn from the conversation that the woman plans to submit her assignment that is due that night instead of joining the man for dinner. The best answer to the question, “What will the woman do tonight?” is (A) Work on her assignment.

Therefore, the correct choice is (A).

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PART B

Directions: In part B, you will hear longer conversations. After each conversation, you will hear several questions. The conversations and questions will not be repeated.

After you hear a question, read the four possible answers in your book, and choose the best answer. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the letter of the answer you have chosen.

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PART C

Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear several talks. After each talk, you will hear some questions. The talks and questions will not be repeated.

After you hear a question, read the four possible answers in your test book, and choose the best answer. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the letter of the answer you have chosen.

Here is an example.

On the recording, you will hear:

(narrator) Listen to an instructor talk to his class about living without prejudice.

(man) The pursuit of a prejudice-free existence is a commendable goal, although it presents significant difficulties due to the deeply rooted biases inherent in human cognitive processes and societal frameworks. Prejudices frequently arise because of initial experiences, societal standards, and innate human inclinations towards categorization and generalization. Nevertheless, it is possible for individuals to actively engage in efforts aimed at diminishing prejudice through the development of self-awareness, the questioning and examination of personal prejudices, and the cultivation of empathy and comprehension towards various groups of individuals. Education, the facilitation of open debate, and the exposure to a wide range of opinions have the potential to serve as influential mechanisms in the effort to counteract prejudice and foster inclusivity and comprehension within society.

Now, listen to a sample question.

(narrator) Why is it difficult to live without prejudice?

In your test book, you will read:

(A) Because it is a commendable goal

(B) Because humans have deeply rooted biases

(C) Because prejudices frequently arise in human life

(D) Because humans have cognitive processes and societal frameworks

The best answer to the question, “Why is it difficult to live without prejudice?” is (B), “Because humans have deeply rooted biases.” Therefore, the correct choice is (B).

Now listen to another sample question.

(narrator) What is not mentioned among the ways for individuals to actively engage in reducing prejudice?

In your test book, you will read:

(A) Developing self-awareness

(B) Questioning personal prejudices

(C) Ignoring empathy

(D) Understanding various groups of individuals

The best answer to the question, “What is not mentioned among the ways for individuals to actively engage in reducing prejudice” is (C), “Ignoring empathy.” Therefore, the correct choice is (C).

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SECTION 2

STRUCTURE AND WRITTEN EXPRESSION

Time–25 minutes (including the reading of the directions) This section is designed to measure your ability to recognize language that is appropriate for standard written English. There are two types of questions in this section, with special directions for each type. This practice test is organized by Lister and is intended for TOEFL ITP Level 1 Listening Practice.

STRUCTURE

Directions: Questions 1-15 are incomplete sentences. Beneath each sentence you will see four words or phrases, marked (A), (B), (C), and (D). Choose the one word or phrase that best completes the sentence. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the letter of the answer you have chosen.

Look at the following examples.

Example I

The political campaign ____ seasonal welfare for print-on-demand businesses.

(A) brought

(B) it brought

(C) recently

(D) fortunately

The sentence should read, “The political campaign brought seasonal welfare for print-on-demand businesses.” Therefore, you should choose (A).

Example II

When _____ the new hero?

(A) the developer published

(B) will the developer publish

(C) the developer will publish

(D) the developer’s publishing

The sentence should read, “Then will the developer publish the new hero?” Therefore, you should choose (B).

Now begin to work on the questions.

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1. The students, ___ are on the football team, received a special award.

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2. Had she ___ her homework, she would have passed the class.

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3. The books ___ on the shelf belong to the library.

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4. Only after the rain stopped ___ go outside.

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5. The harder you work, ___ you will achieve.

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6. Neither the teacher nor the students ___ aware of the change in schedule.

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7. The artist, ___ paintings are quite famous, will be having an exhibition next month.

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8. The car ___ is parked outside is mine.

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9. ___ the test is not easy, many students managed to score well.

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10. The books should be placed on the shelf ___ they can be easily found.

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11. The athlete, ___ for his agility, was able to outperform his competitors.

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12. The project, ___ next month, is almost complete.

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13. Not only did she pass the exam, ___ she scored the highest.

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14. ___ having a high fever, the player decided to participate in the game.

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15. ___ is it that you are looking for in a new job?

WRITTEN EXPRESSION

Directions: In questions 16-40, each sentence has four underlined words or phrases. The four underlined parts of the sentence are marked (A), (B), (C), and (D). Identify the one underlined word or phrase that must be changed in order for the sentence to be correct. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the letter of the answer you have chosen.

Look at the following examples.

Example I

There are eight element discussed in the game.

         A         B         C          D

The sentence should read, “There are eight elements discussed in the game.” Therefore, you should choose (B).

Example II

The development taking more than 18 months.

  A      B         C           D

The sentence should read, “The development took more than 18 months.” Therefore, you should choose (B).

Now begin work on the questions.

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16. He usually prefer coffee to tea in the morning.

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17. Neither the teacher nor the students were ready for the quiz.

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18. The more diligent you are, the greater are your chances of success.

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19. The most fast runner won the race easily.

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20. The books on the shelf needs to be dusted.

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21. The movie was so boring, we left before it ended.

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22. The athlete run faster than his opponent.

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23. The cat chased it's tail around the room.

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24. He has been lived in the city for ten years.

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25. The cake needs to be bake for 25 minutes.

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26. The committee were divided on the new proposal.

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27. The more hard you work, the more success you will have.

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28. It was the boy whom broke the window.

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29. The dog chased it's tail.

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30. The teacher and the student was in the classroom.

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31. The teacher and the student was in the classroom.

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32. The assignment should had been submitted yesterday.

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33. They were advised to promptly leave the building.

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34. He usually prefer coffee to tea in the morning.

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35. The girl whom I met at the party was very friendly.

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36. The children enjoys playing in the park after school.

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37. The car which I bought last year, is very fuel efficient.

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38. He has lived here for many years and knows everyone in the town.

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39. I have been wanting to visit the new museum, but I haven’t had the time yet.

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SECTION 3

READING COMPREHENSION

Time–55 minutes (including the reading of the directions)

This section is designed to measure your ability to read and understand short passages similar in topic and style to those that students are likely to encounter in North American universities and colleges.

This practice test is organized by Lister and is intended for TOEFL ITP Level 1 Listening Practice.

Directions: In this section, you will read several passages. Each one is followed by several questions about it. You must choose the one best answer (A), (B), (C), or (D) to each question. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the letter of the answer you have chosen.

Answer all questions about the information in a passage based on what is stated or implied in that passage.

Read the following passage:

1 Living without prejudice is a noble aspiration, but it

2 is an extremely challenging endeavor given the inherent

3 biases that are ingrained in human cognition and societal

4 structures. Prejudices often develop from early

5 experiences, cultural norms, and human tendencies to

6 categorize and generalize. However, individuals can work

Example I

In line 1, the word “noble” is closest in meaning to ….

(A) Royal

(B) Masterful

(C) Honorable

(D) Throne

The passage states that living without prejudice is a noble aspiration, yet very challenging. We are not talking about some sort of royalty here, so take out answer (A) and (B). We are also not talking about mastery of a certain skill, so take out answer (B). Therefore, answer (C) is the best option.

Example II

Which of the following is not mentioned about from where prejudices often develop?

(A) Early experiences

(B) Values of a society

(C) Cultural norms

(D) Human tendencies to categorize

Option (B) is not mentioned in the lines that discuss from where prejudices often develop (lines 4-6). Therefore, you should choose (B).

Now, begin work on the questions.

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1. What is the main idea of the passage?

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2. How is the organization of ideas structured in the passage?

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3. According to Durkheim, what distinguishes magical rites from religious rites?

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4. Where can the specific ideas of Radcliffe-Brown regarding magic be found?

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5. To whom does the pronoun "They" refer to in line 17?

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6. Which of the following is implied about the Zande people's perception of magic?

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7. The phrase “a reasonable chain of events” in line 28 most likely implies that the Zande people:

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8. What is the tone of the passage?

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9. The word "manipulating" in line 5 can best be replaced by:

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10. The sociologists discussed primarily focused on the __________ of magic.

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11. What is the central idea of this passage?

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12. How are the ideas organized in the passage?

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13. What title has Ayumi Hamasaki earned due to her popularity?

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14. Where in the passage does it mention the global recognition of Hamasaki's remix albums?

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15. To what does the pronoun "her" refer in line 13?

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16. Which of the following can be inferred about Ayumi Hamasaki's career?

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17. The phrase "best-selling Japanese single artist" in line 13 most likely implies that:

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18. What is the tone of the passage?

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19. The word "domestic" in line 15 most likely means:

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20. If a new paragraph about Ayumi Hamasaki's influence on fashion trends was to be added, where would it be best placed?

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21. What is the main idea of the passage?

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22. How is the information in the passage organized?

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23. According to the passage, how might persistent depressive disorder affect an individual's daily life?

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24. Where is the comparison between persistent depressive disorder and major depression discussed?

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25. What does the pronoun "this" refer to in line 30?

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26. Which of the following can be inferred from the passage?

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27. The phrase "a less severe manifestation" in line 21 most likely implies that:

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28. What is the tone of the passage?

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29. The word "melancholic" in line 17 most likely means:

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30. If a new paragraph was to be added discussing the societal stigma surrounding persistent depressive disorder, where would it be best placed?

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33. According to the passage, what does "Kecap panganteur" signify when used in a statement?

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34. Where can the comparison between English and Sundanese kinship systems be found?

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35. To what does the pronoun "they" refer to in line 22?

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36. Which of the following can be inferred about the usage of high Sundanese and low Sundanese?

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37. The phrase "a more complex set of kinship words" in line 13 most likely implies that:

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38. What is the tone of the passage?

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39. The word "unique" in line 16 most likely means:

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40. If a new paragraph was to be added discussing the historical evolution of the Sundanese language, where would it be best placed?

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41. What is the primary purpose of the passage?

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42. How is the information in the passage organized?

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43. According to the passage, who are most likely to be targeted by cancel culture?

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44. Where is the alternative phrase "call-out culture" discussed?

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45. To what does the pronoun "they" refer to in line 24?

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46. What can be inferred from the discussion of cancel culture's critics and supporters?

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47. The phrase "a more positive way to describe the same idea" in line 18 most likely implies that:

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48. What is the tone of the passage?

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49. The word "real" in line 27 most likely means:

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50. According to the passage, what is not stated about the individuals who typically use the phrase "cancel culture"?

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