Recent IELTS exams

Real students tell about their recent IELTS exams: IELTS questions, topics, tasks, answers.

Recent IELTS Test Questions and Topics Worldwide – January to December 2022

Welcome to our new latest IELTS exam questions page! Here you will find the most recent IELTS questions that test takers remembered and shared, updated daily in real time.

Last updated: September 13, 2022

Test questions are organised by month when they were reported. Identical questions that appeared in two or more countries on the same day posted only once (no duplicates).

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IELTS test in Australia – September 2022 (Academic Module)

Thanks to S. who took IELTS in Australia, today we are sharing the questions from her recent exam:

Writing test

Writing task 2 (an essay)

These days, many young people are not spending their weekends and holidays doing outdoor activities such as hiking or mountaineering. Why is that? How can they be encouraged to spend more time in the natural environment?

Speaking test

Part 1 (Interview)

– Can I have your full name, please?
– What kind of job do you have?
– Now let’s talk about household chores.
– Do you cook?
– When you were young, were you asked to do chores?
– What are your least favourite chores?
– Did you study geography?
– Do you like geography?
– When you are choosing a country to visit, are you trying to learn more about its geography?

Part 2 (Cue Card)

Talk about a time you missed an important meeting, such as a medical appointment or a meeting with a friend. You should say

– what the meeting was
– who you were meeting
– why you missed it
– and explain how you felt about it.

Part 3 (Discussion)

– Do you feel that people value the importance of a work appointment more than a casual meeting with friends?
– What do you think of people who have photographic memory?
– Is it important to have a good memory?
– Do you think a person with a good memory can perform better in exams?