A: You should have seen the line at the housing office. It took me an hour to make my dormitory deposit for next year. Have you made yours yet?
B: No. I am not sure I am going to.
A: There is not much time left. The deadline is May1. That is just two weeks from now. Are you short of cash?
B: No. I am OK.
A: You’d better hurry up if you want a dorm next September. There aren’t enough rooms for everyone. And first year students have priority.
B: Well. I’ve been thinking about living on campus.
A: Have you any idea of how much that would cost? There is the rent, utilities, and you probably need a car.
B: I know it would be more expensive. I think I can handle it, though. The dorm is just so noisy that I can’t get anything done. Maybe my grades would be better if I had some peace and quiet and a place of my own.
A: You should study in the library the way I do. Think of the money you’d save.
B: I’ve got to think it over some more. There’re still two weeks left in April.
Questions 22-25 are based on the conversation you’ve just heard.
22. What are the speakers discussing?
23. What must a person do in order to live in a university house?
24. Where do the two speakers live now?
25. What does the man seem to be concerned about?