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PTE writing summarize written text practice samples 77

PTE writing summarize written text practice samples

Read the passages below and summarize them using one sentence in not more than 75 words(30-35 words). Type your response in the comment section at the bottom of the screen. You have 10 minutes to finish each passage. Your response will be judged on the quality of your writing and on how well your response presents the key points in the passage.

1.The role of the School Liaison Police (SLP) is to ‘Increase the positive relationships and remove barriers between the school community and police’. This will be achieved through the implementation of programs and strategies to reduce the incidence of crime and anti-social behavior amongst youth by developing programs and activities that involve students understanding the law, police role and their responsibilities to the community. School Liaison Police are here to work with you and your school community to address issues that may be of particular interest to your school as well as general issues relating to the incidence of crime that are taking place in the local and school community.

SLP is here to create, develop and strengthen relationships with the students in your school. In many ways, the School Liaison Police will be the public face of the NSW Police in schools within NSW. The SLP will deliver crime prevention workshops and other educational programs in conjunction with the school to raise awareness and prevent crime. One of its aims is to reduce the number of school-aged children from being victims of crime.


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The distribution or offering of money in elections by candidates and political parties during elections plays an important role in determining the voting choice of the people. The predicament of irresponsible use of cash – acknowledged by political parties and individual candidates from businessman and other sources from time-to-time for a furtherance of their election prospects has already acquired upsetting aspect of our electoral system. It has also been pointed out that political parties and their candidates have spent money far in excess of the limit imposed by the Representation of Peoples’ Act, 1954.

In extreme forms, unconventional modes of electoral practices are manifest in the explicit acts of vote buying. Since, persuasion alone occasionally generates an adequate amount of support, candidates or parties, on the other, on a regular basis, try to pay for or convince voters through money.The influence of ‘money’ in elections shapes the voting behavior of 15.83% of the respondent electorate in the constituency. The male voters are more influenced by ‘money’ than the female counterpart. This is mainly because of two important reasons, i.e., due to conservative nature of women and the domination over females by the male counterpart. Exchange of vote for money has turn out to be open-secret in every election of the constituency. Generally speaking, the voters who accepted money are of two types: voters who did not claim but simply agreed while being paid; and those who claim either from the candidate directly or from any sources that advance them during the campaign period.

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11 thoughts on “PTE writing summarize written text practice samples 77

  1. School Liaison Police act as an interface between police and school community in order to address their problems and they also arranged various kind of trainings to prevent the school aged children from being victims of crime.


    Election candidates spend money beyond the limit to buy the votes of people, especially male voters, during election campaign in order to win the election thereby impacting the sanctity of electoral system.

  2. This passage is about School Liaison Police (SLP) where their aims were to reduce the number of school-aged children from being victims of crime, incidence of crime and anti-social behaviour amongst youth by developing programs and activities.

  3. To prevent juveniles from being victims of crime and to build the positive relationship between students and the police, School Liaison Police in conjunction with the school are creating awareness through crime prevention workshops and educational programs.

  4. According to the Representation of Peoples’ Act, 1954, buying votes is upsetting our electoral system and such influence of money is more among male voters than the female.

  5. School Liaison Police conducts seminars on law among students, which helps them in understanding rules and avoiding crimes.

  6. School Liaison Police (SLP) plays a vital role between the police and the school community ;It conducted various programs and workshops to prevent students from being victim of crime and to develop a strong relationship with them.

    Distribution of money plays a vital role in buying votes during elections to influence male voters over female voters due to their dominating nature,it’s impacting electoral system.

  7. Money collected from various sources during election campaign decides the fate of political party where males, are more inclined than females to exchange votes, getting convinced directly or indirectly by the candidates.

  8. School Liaison Police is to build a good relationship between youth community and police, also they conduct awareness programs to educate the rules and laws of police department and to stop young people committing crime.

  9. SLP plays key role to Increase the positive relationship between students, remove barriers between the school community and police In which its main aim to reduce the number of school-aged children from being victims of crime.

  10. SLP helps bridging the gap between schools and police by implementation of programs to bring the awareness to students and work with the schools on crime related issues and foil students from being victims of crime.

    Political parties and their candidates spent ample money beyond the limit imposed by authorities to buy peoples vote in which more male voters are influenced due their domination over females.

  11. The limit set by the “Representation of Peoples’ Act” has been crossed by candidates so as to buy votes during election, thus it has upset the voting system, turning it to be an open-secret.

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