IELTS exams in the UK and Germany were the same. IELTS-Blog readers K. and P.(thank you very much!) managed to remember the following details:
Section 1: A phone call, Patrick was asking about taking part in Sahara race.
Questions: Multiple choice questions and fill in the blanks.
Section 2: A talk about a pre-school co-operative.
Questions: Fill in the blanks.
Section 3: Asian honey bees in Australia
Questions: Multiple choice.
Section 4: Australian railway.
Questions: Fill in the blanks, multiple choice questions.
Passage 1: Seaweed in New Zealand.
Questions: Matching headings, fill a flow chart.
Passage 2: Scientific theories about communication / teaching process of ants.
Questions: Matching statements to a person named in the text, True / False / Not given.
Passage 3: About an Arctic explorer and about an author who wrote a book about the explorer.
Questions: Multiple choice, summary completion, matching paragraphs to statements.
Writing task 1 (a report)
There was a 4-line graph about development of new homes in a specific region in the UK between 2000 and 2008, plus a prediction about 2010.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
Influence of advertisements on children: parents object to the pressure, while advertisers say that they also give some useful information in their spots. Discuss both sides and state your opinion.
Speaking questions that P. and K. remembered will be published tomorrow.