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Välkommen till FEI:s Engelska Akademiska urvalsprov för dig som funderar på att gå en av våra Top-up utbildningar. Provet ger en indikation på dina kunskaper om matematik, läsförståelse och grammatik, provet är helt på engelska. Provresultatet kommer att användas som underlag för att besluta om du möter antagningskraven.
I wish to apply for following Top-up degree:
BSc (Hons) in International Accounting and Financial Management
BSc (Hons) in International Business Management
BSc (Hons) in International IT Management
BSc (Hons) in International Production Management
BSc (Hons) in International Supply Chain Management
It’s useful to have a dictionary so that if you don’t know a word, you can ……………
look up it
look out for it
look it up
You shouldn’t guess the answers to these questions, ……………
The man who fell into the river drowned because he ……………to swim.
Ships would anchor off the island ______ the shore.
I told my teacher that I _________ what she said.
did not believe
was not believing
I ________ the number 12 bus just down the road.
At the moment Maria ________ her homework, as she does every day.
The baby ________ 21 inches long.
Please be quiet. I ________ to the radio.
Why ________ so selfish about this?
are you being
Was he on time or was he ________ ?
The grand jury is ____ the allegations that bribes influenced the mayor's actions.
Experts say if the island is not protected, the oil spill could ____ the Gulf's turtle population.
Cheryl has missed several days of school and now she is _____in her homework.
The police quickly _____ her disguise and arrested her.
I earn extra money by _____ brochures on the street.
Along with the new title and pay rise, Max _____ some additional responsibilities.
Unfortunately, my trip to Indonesia ______ because I couldn't save enough money.
The computer company I work for is _____with a new video game system next month.
Whenever he sat down at the piano, we knew he was going to______.
Stina has two different discount vouchers, both to be spent in the same shop. The 1st voucher has a 10% discount. The 2nd voucher has an 8% discount plus a further 40 SEK price reduction. At what original price do the two vouchers give the same discounted price?
2 000 SEK
Jorgen has completed a course at FEI. His boss appreciates this and decides to increase his monthly salary by 18% to 33 630 SEK. What was his salary prior to the increase?
27 577 SEK
The Gota canal is the longest in Sweden, measuring 189km in length. Svante who works for FEI, is planning during the summer to travel down the canal in its entirety and back again. He requires assistance to calculate how many days it will take him. Svante’s boat has a speed of 5 knots. He will motor 7 hours per day. How many days will it take him to complete the round trip? 1knot = 1.8km/h
The cash deposit required for a property purchase is 15%. A buyer transferred 126,000 SEK for this deposit. What is the price of the property?
145 000 kr
840 000 kr
1 260 000 kr
Katja borrowed 35,000 SEK at 7%. How much will she pay in interest each month (disregard amortization)?
2 450 kr
Surge in energy bills piles pressure on struggling consumers: Cost of living
Financial Times; London (UK) [London (UK)]. 01 Apr 2022: 2.
More than 20mn households faced a 54 per cent rise in energy bills today, while benefits fell in real terms and surging inflation hit consumer spending even before the effects of Russia's invasion of Ukraine were felt. Energy bills for the 22mn households whose payments are capped will rise by an average of £693 to £1,971 a year from today to reflect surging gas and oil prices. At the same time, universal credit, the main welfare payment, and the state pension are rising just 3.1 per cent, less than half the pace of inflation expected in the second quarter by the Office for Budget Responsibility, the independent fiscal watchdog.
The changes come as official data published yesterday showed a fall in real incomes, shrinking savings and lower growth in spending at the end of last year. Surging prices will contribute to real incomes falling this year at the fastest pace since records began in the 1950s, according to the OBR, as government measures have offset only about a third of the fall in living standards.
Experts warned surging costs would result in both fuel and absolute poverty rising. The Resolution Foundation today calculated the number of English households in fuel stress would double from 2.5mn to 5mn. The think-tank warned another 2.5mn households were at risk of fuel poverty in October if the price cap rose again to £2,500, £300 less than the OBR forecast it might. National Energy Action, the fuel poverty charity, has published similar figures.
Jonathan Marshall, senior economist at the Resolution Foundation, said the rise in energy bills "hastens the need for more immediate support".
Frances O'Grady, general secretary of the Trades Union Congress, said the Spring Statement last week was "woefully inadequate", and called on Chancellor Rishi Sunak to present an emergency Budget. "People shouldn't be struggling to cover the basics," she said.
Meanwhile the Office for National Statistics said that in the last three months of 2021, real disposable income fell 0.1 per cent compared with the previous quarter, while household expenditure rose only 0.5 per cent.
This was much less than previously estimated and a sharp slowdown from 2.6 per cent growth in the preceding three months, signaling the consumer recovery had begun to falter.
This was despite gross domestic product growth being revised up thanks to strong activity in the health sector. Falling real incomes suggest that people bought more goods and services by reducing their savings to maintain standards of living. The household saving ratio, the average percentage of disposable income that is saved, fell to 6.8 per cent in the last quarter of 2021, the lowest since the start of the pandemic.
Samuel Tombs, chief UK economist at consultancy Pantheon Macroeconomics, warned: "No one should rule out a decline in households' real expenditure this year that could drag the overall economy into a recession.
UK adults with savings have been forced to do what with them?
Buy household food and goods.
Give them to the UK Government to help pay off National Debt.
Support the oil and gas industry to invest in green energy.
What does the author mean by “benefits fell in real terms”?
Benefits will be lower in the future.
Benefits will stay the same.
Benefits will increase, but not as much as inflation.
What are social benefits?
Money from the state.
Living for free in a democracy.
How you enjoy your well-earned salary.
What is a cap?
The highest charging point a company can make to maximize profits.
A new Government initiative to motivate people to stop buying fossil fuels.
A stop at a certain level. The price can go no higher till the cap changes.
What is GDP?
Gross Domestic Product.
Gaining Development Preference.
Gas Domestic Policy.
Gross Domestic Policy.
What has happened to GDP growth?
It has increased due to companies moving their business from the UK
It has increased despite lower household expenditure.
It has decreased due to increased prices.
Why are real incomes decreasing?
Employers are paying lower wages.
People are putting more money into their savings.
Prices are increasing.
What is Universal Credit?
Loans available to anyone.
Money given to University Colleges.
Welfare payments from the government.
What does the article suggest will happen to the energy prices this autumn?
Stay the same.
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