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IELTS Test Format: Listening
The listening portion of the IELTS test consists of the candidate writing her answers on a list of questions after listening to four recordings of her by a native English speaker.
Recording 1: Two people conversation in an everyday social context.
Recording 2: Monologue on any academic topic.
Recording 3: A monologue set in an everyday social context.
IELTS Listening Questions;
- Sentence Completion
- Multiple Choice
- Short Answer
IELTS Test Format – Reading
The Reading section consists of 40 questions designed to test a candidate’s reading skills on a wide range of subjects. Reading the main ideas, reading the details, and understanding the logical arguments are examples of this. There are three long texts ranging from discourse and analytical to factual and descriptive. Texts for prospective students come from magazines, newspapers, and books. In addition to the IELTS format, we also offer different types of IELTS reading questions:
IELTS Reading Questions;
- Identifying Information
- Sentence Completion
- Matching Features
- Identifying Author’s Claims
- Short Answer Questions
IELTS Test Format: Writing
The topics in the Writing section are suitable for candidates interested in entering a university as an undergraduate or graduate student.
Task 1: Candidate has 60 minutes here to complete two tasks. There are two assignments of 40 minutes and 20 minutes. Task 1 of the IELTS Academic Module requires the candidate to write her 150 word summary of a table, graph or process. The candidate must write the letter of at least 150 words for Task 1 of the IELTS General Training Module.
Task 2: Both the Academic and General Training modules require an essay of at least 250 words. Candidates should respond to issues, arguments, or perspectives in the essay. It is important to note that always answer both tasks formally.
IELTS Test Format: Speaking
A candidate’s spoken English is monitored in the Speaking section. All exams are recorded.
Part I: You will be asked general questions about yourself as well as topics you are familiar with, like school, work, and home. 4 to 5 minutes are allotted for the first part.
Part 2: Cards containing questions on particular subjects are given to candidates. Before you speak for two minutes, you can prepare here for one minute. The examiner will then ask you two questions about the chosen subject.
Part 3: Questions pertaining to the topic chosen in Part 2 will be asked of candidates. You can have a more in-depth discussion of your thoughts and concerns here. This part will take about 4 to 5 minutes.