Confusion over some true false not given questions
Question regarding READING part.
In text: The management reserves the right to refuse admittance.
Question (True/False/Not Given): The owners of the campsite may not allow you to camp there.
My Answer: Not Given (or False). The owners may be in the management, but that's a different thing. The management has the right to refuse camping. So either it is not given (no word about the owners) or false (management!=owners). But the answer is...
Answer from book: True
In text (heading): YOU CAN TAKE UP THIS OPPORTUNITY IF YOU ARE:
- a full-time student at an Australian university or TAFE college
- presently enrolled, or finishing this year, or you have deferred a year of study
- over 18 years old by November in the academic year in which you apply to InterExchange
- enthusiastic about the experience of a lifetime...
Question (True/False/Not Given): There is an upper age limit for applicants.
My Answer: False. It is stated clearly: YOU CAN TAKE UP THIS OPPORTUNITY IF YOU ARE... and there is >18years old limit.
Answer from book: Not Given.
So, what's the reasoning behind the reading tests? The upper case tells you look for synonyms, don't treat everything strictly. The lower says otherwise...