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Reading task type one: summary completion

The input for this type of question will be a summary of all or part of the reading text. The summary will contain a number of gaps. All of the information in the summary will be contained in the reading text, although the words used will be different. You will also be provided with a list of words to use to fill the gaps. There will be more words than gaps. These words have been chosen so that only one word will be suitable for each gap (the answer) but other words may appear suitable (distracters). […]

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10 Common Mistakes You Make in Tests | Avoid These Common Mistakes

Test can have a major impact on students overall marks! It’s not uncommon for a final test to be worth of the overall grade for a course. Before appearing for any test students should Avoid These Common Mistakes in Tests .Often, these test has much impact on students’ grades as ALL of the homework assignments they have completed throughout the entire semester…combined! From here students can check 10 Common Mistakes You Make in Tests. […]

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The interview: section three – IELTS

Section three is like a role play. The examiner will explain a situation to you and then instruct you to ask questions to find out more information. The examiner will give you a card with around six question prompts to help you make the questions. You should use the question prompts to ask all the questions on the card. Be ready to ask additional questions if the examiner invites you to, or if the examiner looks expectantly at you after you have asked all the prompted ones.

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The interview: section two – IELTS

Task description
In this section the interviewer will move onto one or more topics of general interest. You may need to speak longer (take longer turns) than in the first section and you may need to describe or explain.

Sample questions
It is not possible to predict what topics may be discussed at this point in the interview; however, some standard topics are: […]