Multiple-choice Questions — Select One or More Answer Choices:These provide three answer choices and ask the examinee to select all that are correct; one, two or all three of the answer choices may be correct. To gain credit for these questions, the examinee must select all the correct answers, and only those; there is no credit for partially correct answers.
Select-in-Passage:The question asks the examinee to click on the sentence in the passage that meets a certain description. To answer the question, the examinee chooses one of the sentences and clicks on it; clicking anywhere on a sentence will highlight it.
Sample questions 1 to 3 below are based on this passage:
Policymakers must confront the dilemma that fossil fuels continue to be an indispensable source of energy even though burning them produces atmospheric accumulations of carbon dioxide that increase the likelihood of potentially disastrous global climate change. Currently, technology that would capture carbon dioxide emitted by power plants and sequester it harmlessly underground or undersea instead of releasing it into the atmosphere might double the cost of generating electricity. But because sequestration does not affect the cost of electricity transmission and distribution, delivered prices will rise less, by no more than 50 percent. Research into better technologies for capturing carbon dioxide will undoubtedly lead to lowered costs.
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