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Look at pages 1- 2.

A. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:

1. What does IELTS stand for?

2. What are some useful websites to practice IELTS?

3. What is a test report form? What does it include?

4. How many test report forms can be sent? How much does each one cost?

5. What are the different versions of the test? How can you decide which test to
take?

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B. True or false or Not Mentioned

1. IELTS is recognised by 7000 organisations worldwide.

2. British English is only accepted in the test.

3. Different standard native accents are used in the listening part.

4. If someone gets band 5, this means he is a limited user of English.

5. Switching your phones off is one of the test rules.

6. You can call the centre to ask about your result.

7. IELTS score is valid for life time.

8. The listening and speaking parts are the same in the 2 modules.

9. You must complete the 4 parts of the test on one day.

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Look at Pages 3 4 on the IELTS Information for IELTS Guide.

A. Complete the table:


Listening

Speaking

Writing

Duration

Number of
Questions

NA
(Not Applicable)

Question
Types

Number of
Sections/
Tasks

Marks out of
..

Skills
Assessed

Speaking

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B. Answer the following Questions:


1. How many times can you hear each recording in the listening test?
2. What is listening section 4 about?
3. How long is each reading text?
4. Name one main difference between Academic Reading and General
Training Reading.
5. Which task is the same in both Academic Writing and General Training
Writing.

6. Why is it advised to spend more time on Writing Task 2?

7. Name one main difference between Academic Writing and General


Training Writing.

8. How long can you prepare your talk in the speaking test? Which part of the
test is it?

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5. True, False or Not Mentioned:

1. In the listening test, you have time to transfer answers onto the answer sheet.

2. In the IELTS test , you have the choice to answer either in pen or pencil.

3. In the listening test, you would lose half the mark if you exceeded the word
limit.

4. In the listening test, you will lose marks if you have mistakes in spelling or
grammar.

5. In the reading test, you have 10 minutes to transfer answers to the answer
sheet.

6. In the writing test, you will lose marks if you dont write the number of words

required for each task.