IELTS - Exam Preparation Exercises

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On this page, you will find materials that can help you prepare for the Academic IELTS Reading, Writing and Speaking papers.

The IELTS, is an international standardised test of English language proficiency jointly managed by Cambridge English Language Assessment and the British Council. IELTS is one of the major English-language tests in the world. IELTS is accepted by most academic institutions in English-speaking countries, and various professional organisations across the world. It is also a requirement for immigration into several English-speaking countries.

Below you will find materials to help you prepare for the IELTS examination.

Academic Reading

In the Academic module of the IELTS exam, you will read three reading passages with a total of 40 questions spread across a wide variety of reading comprehension exercises: gap fill, paragraph matching, multiple choice, open questions, etc.

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Academic Writing

In the Academic module of the written IELTS exam, there are 2 tasks. In Task One, you, the candidate will have to describe a diagram, graph, process or chart, and in Task Two you respond to an argument and give your opinion, weighing up the pros and cons.

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The speaking part of the IELTS exam lasts from 11-14 minutes and comprises three parts. In the first part, you, the candidate, and the examiner have a short general chat. In the second part, you will be given a card with some prompts on and asked to speak about the topic for 1-2 minutes after some preparation time. In the final part, you and and the examiner have a more in-depth discussion with more abstract questions based about the same topic as Part Two.

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