The test includes 55 questions. Consists of 2 parts: 

Part 1: Multiple choices

I. Grammar (Questions 1 – 25)

II. Find the mistakes (Questions 26-30)

III. Vocabulary (Questions 31- 40)

IV. Reading

Reading Comprehension Assessment

Directions: Read the passage. Then answer the questions below.

Reading 1 : (Questions 41-45)

Today, more and more women are actively participating in social activities both in urban and rural areas. Specifically, they have shined brightly in even many fields commonly regarded as the man's areas such as business, scientific research and social management. The image of contemporary Vietnamese women with creativeness, dynamism, success has become popular in Vietnam's society. The fact reveals that the gender gap has been remarkably narrowed and women enjoy many more opportunities to pursue their social careers and obtain success, contributing to national socio-economic development. The rate of Vietnamese women becoming National Assembly members from the 9th term to the 11th term increased 8.7%, bringing the proportion of Vietnamese women in authority to 27.3%, the highest rate in Southeast Asia.

There is no big gap in the level of literacy and schooling between men and women. Women account for about 6.7% of professors and associate professors. The legitimate rights of women and children are ensured more than ever before with more complete legal documents including laws, conventions and national action plans. Mass media also highlights the continued success of women in every field and honors their great importance in modern society, helping to do away with outdated perceptions about traditional women's duties. Many projects on reproductive health care, children protection, and family income improvement jointly conducted by various mass organizations, state agencies and non- governmental organizations have created favorable conditions for women.

Reading 2 :(Questions 46-50)

While company layoffs often appear, at first glance, to be the most decisive and effective method by which a business can save money and recover costs, they provide only a short- term solution to a company’s problems and may prove to be detrimental to a company in the long-term. The costs of downsizing can sometimes outweigh its benefits. Evidence repeatedly suggests that layoffs rarely reduce a company’s costs by as much as expected and that layoffs can significantly reduce a company’s performance. This can often lead to reduced stock values and insecurity among shareholders.

Employers, looking at salaries as strictly a budget item, may forget that employees are not merely an expense, but a long-term investment. Wages can be better understood as payments into an employee’s capital of skill and commitment. The announcement of a round of layoffs can undermine this important investment. Layoffs not only affect those low-performing employees whose jobs have been cut, but they also create an atmosphere of uncertainty, which causes others to leave. Layoffs can therefore lead to a reduction in the quality and productivity of the overall staff.

If a reduction in payroll expenses does not already seem to be eclipsed by the reduction in performance, also consider the possible affect that this might have on shareholder morale. Layoffs communicate to the stockholders that a company is in severe crisis. They can therefore lead to a decline in stock value which often, in turn, compounds the very problem that the layoffs sought to resolve.

Part 2: Listening 

(Questions 51-55)

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