TEAS 7 Reading Exam Questions 2 (Correct Answers)
1. (Shia reading passage)
Shia looked up from his monitor, rubbed his eyes, and stared down the dark hallway toward
the CFOs office. He was certain a sound had come from behind the closed door. It was a
heavy thump like someone had a dropped a bowling ball. There shouldn't be anyone else here
at this house, Shia thought to himself as he looked at his watch. The only illumination came
from Shia's computer monitor. His office was on the thirteen floor, far too high to get much
more than a faint glow from the street lights below. Shia slowly stood up before reaching
down to turn off the computer screen, hoping to hide
in the darkness. He considered turning on his phone's flashlight, but his thoughts were cut
short by a loud crash followed by the unmistaken tinkling of shattered glass. Shia froze as if
he were caught by the gaze of Medusa. The initial doubt that he would actually find
someone snooping around the CFOs office had turned to an icy fear that gripped his lungs
and would not let him breathe. His heart was pounding loudly in his ears; he knew whoever
was in his boss's office must be able to hear it. Another crash, followed by
a loud howl that he was sure couldn't be human, shocked Shia into motion. He broke into a
run, in the opposite direction. He sprinted for the emergency stairwell and rushed downward,
jumping over the...
which of the following contains only key points of the passage?
6. (Theater passage)
The best part about going to the theatre is the feeling of being transported into the story. As
soon as the curtains rise, you can forget about the chairs that make you feel like you've been
squished into a sardine can and embrace whenever the story takes you., if only for a short
while. The emotions in the play become your emotions. The lives of the characters become
your life. From a drama about a financial crisis to a comedy about a play gone wrong, there
is no limit to where the theatre can take you.
which of the following best describes the author experience in the theatre?-
: No limit to here the theater can take you
7. (Theater passage)
Using evidence from the passage which of the following conclusions about the author can
the reader make?