The IELTS Listening test requires that you answer many different types of questions, but what proves the most problematic for students are often the Multiple Choice questions. Whilst multiple choice questions may seem scary at first, there are some useful strategies that you can apply to make sure that you get the best mark possible.
Speaking test Interview – What is your full name? – Can I see your ID? – Where are you from? – Do you work or study? – What do you do? – Do you like it? – Why did you choose this job? – Why do people like to live in cities? – Why do
IELTS ACADEMIC TEST Listening test Section 1. A conversation about volunteering to work at the library with students. Section 2. A map description of different gardens beside a river. Section 3. Don’t remember. Section 4. About different projects with students’ involvement. Reading test Passage 1. About mimicry. Passage 2. About human genetic changes due to
Writing test Writing task 1 (a report) We were given a bar chart describing the numbers of international tourists visiting Australia between 1994 and 2004. Also there were line graphs with two types of touring: resorts and backpacking. Writing task 2 (an essay) The difference in age between parents and their children has increased compared