Thanks to E, IELTS candidate from Australia, we know this much about the topics and the questions:
Section 1: Complete forms & M.C. about cleaning services and areas to clean.
Section 2: A professor was talking about the school assignment’s structure and the due day.
Section 3: Something about a special center of some sort.
Section 4: About the waste of water and how to reuse water, the questions were gap-fills.
Passage 1: There were 5 walking tours in the pictures and we had to match what activities are included
and what views can be seen during the tour to the pictures.
Passage 2: A text about people that have driving licenses in their own countries, whether they need to take a driving test test during their stay in Britain.
Passage 3: Passage about the facilities offered at school, how to enroll and the procedures.
Passage 4: Passage about the progressing of costumes in the ancient Egypt and 4 other
different periods, and about the development of cotton and linen.
Writing task 1 (letter)
A woman left some important item on a plane, write about:
– what was her destination,
– what kind of item she lost,
– why it is important.
Writing task 2 (essay)
Some countries’ schools open at before or after the normal class sessions when parents are working. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages.
– Do you study or work?
– What do you study?
– Do you think it is better to study with a group of students or individually?
– Do you like to travel?
– When and where did you travel last time?
– Why did you like the place?
Describe the music that you learned in your childhood and remember until now.
– What music was that?
– Why it left such an impression on you?
– Do you think people of different age will like different music in your country?
– What are the different music kinds and what are the age of these people?
– Do you think music has a good effect on children, why?
– Why people like music?
– Can music have a bad effect on people?
By the way, today one of my colleagues was asked to describe a cultural costume of a special event in his country, which was a bit hard.