IELTS Reading Test Introduction

IELTS Reading Test Introduction

The purpose of the IELTS Reading Module is to test your ability to understand a written text and find
general and specific information in a text. This includes finding details about the ‘purpose’ of a text.

The reading test always has the same format:

The test is 60 minutes long, there are always three reading passages and 40 questions.

The texts in used in the Reading Module are from:

Books

Magazines

Newspapers

Articles

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IELTS Topics Related To Crime

IELTS Topics Related To Crime

IELTS questions cover a limited number of topics, so if you develop your general knowledge in these areas, it should help you in the test. The topics the IELTS test cover include:

Crime/Punishment

Possible areas:

Suitable punishments for crime.

How to rehabilitate criminals.

The responsibility of parents in preventing crime.

Etc.

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FAQs For Phase Three Of The Speaking Test

FAQs for Phase Three of the Speaking Test

Frequently asked questions about Phase Three of the speaking test.

What is it?

Phase Three is also called the “extended discourse” phase, which basically means that you have the opportunity to talk about things in detail.

How long does it last?

It should last between 4 and 5 minutes.

How do I know when it’s started?

The examiner will ask you a question requiring a short answer at the end of your Phase Two presentation to stop you and then (s)he will explain that in Phase Three you will be asked some more general questions related to the topic in Phase Two.

What are the topics about?

The topic you are asked questions about will be related to the topic in Phase Two.

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Last Minute Tips For The Writing Test

Last minute tips for the Writing Test.

• Make sure you organise your time carefully during the hour-long Writing Test. Stick to the following suggested timing:

Task 1 – 20 minutes
Task 2 – 40 minutes

Remember that Task 2 is worth two-thirds of the total marks in the Writing Test. So don’t do what some people have done in the past; spend so long on Task 1 that you have insufficient time for Task 2.

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