Sample Google Site Assessment Page

Sample Social Studies

1: Which of these is a negative consequence of the oil industry in Texas?

A. It creates jobs on oil wells and in refineries.
B. There can be oil spills when the oil is transported from one place to another.
C.The oil can be used to create energy.
D. The oil comes from under the ground.

2: The government of a country may restrict the number of immigrants allowed to enter that country. These restrictions on immigration are most likely based on what belief?

A. An economy can support unlimited numbers of people.
B. The “push” factors justify most immigration.
C. Immigrants enrich the culture of a country.
D. A country has a limited number of jobs and services.
E. government should not interfere with the migration of people.

3: Based on the information, which is an opinion rather than a fact about immigrants to North America? Immigrants…

A. traveled long distances to find a better life
B. migrated to find employment
C. learned to live in a foreign culture
D. escaped from political persecution
E. found a better life

Sample Science

1Clay soil forms a fairly effective barrier against the movements of water. It also swells and shrinks significantly as its water content changes. Sandy soil, in contrast, allows water to move freely and does not change shape as the water content varies. In which statement is the appropriate soil selected for its intended site?

A. Sandy soil would make a good lining for a toxic waste site.
B. Clay soil would work well in a drain field.
C. Clay soil would be a good foundation for a large building.
D. Clay soil would form a good liner if a person built a pond.
E. A sandy lake bottom would prevent water from seeping out of the lake.

2: A cook decides to recover some table salt that has been completely dissolved in water. Which of the following processes would be the most effective method of extracting salt from the solution?

A. spinning the solution in a mixer
B. boiling away the water
C. pouring the solution through cloth
D. dripping the solution through a paper filter
E. bubbling oxygen through the solution

Sample Math 

1: Last month, the balance in Tisha’s checkbook was $1219.17. Since then she has deposited her latest paycheck of $2425.66 and written checks for $850.00 (rent), $235.89 (car payment), and $418.37 (credit card payment).

What is the current balance in Tisha’s checking account?

A. $921.40.
B. $2,140.57
C. $3,215.27
D. $3,929.92
E. $5,149.09

2: Byron purchased a $5,000 certificate of deposit (CD) at his local bank. The CD will pay him 7% simple interest. How much INTEREST, in dollars, will Byron have earned from his CD at the end of a 2-year period?