1. Why does the woman go to see the professor?
A. To ask his opinion regarding a debate about the origins of the Berber people
B. To get feedback on a paper that she recently submitted
C. To propose an alternative topic for a paper she is working on
D. To clarify a point that the professor made in class
2. According to the woman, what error did she make in writing her original paper?
A. She did not follow the advice of the professor's graduate assistant.
B. She forgot to include information about the ancient Romans and Egyptians in the paper.
C. She began writing the paper before completing all the necessary research.
D. She did not provide citations for all the sources she used to write the paper.
3. How does the professor respond when the woman tells him that she wrote a new proposal?
A. He suggests that the woman's original proposal was stronger than the new proposal.
B. He indicates that he could have helped the woman find suitable material for her original proposal.
C. He expresses disappointment that he did not have an opportunity to suggest a new topic for the woman.
D. He suggests possible sources of information about the woman's new topic.
4. What topic is covered in the woman’s new proposal?
A. The difference between civilizations that have writing and those that do not
B. The ways in which international organizations interact with contemporary African governments
C. The role of education in premodern Berber societies
D. The ways in which children in some modern-day nomadic communities are educated
5. What is the professor's opinion of the woman’s new topic?
A. It is preferable to her original topic.
B. It meets the assignment's requirements.
C. It is too broad to be covered adequately.
D. It is not relevant to current events.