IELTS in Dhaka, Bangladesh – August 2009 (Academic Module)

IELTS test in Bangladesh was shared by M, who remembered quite a bit. Thank you for this update!

Listening test

Section 1: A market researcher questions an airline passenger about his experience and expectations about air journey.
Questions: Multiple choice questions.

Section 2 and 3: Cant remember.

Section 4: A history of bicycle.
Questions: Filling in the gaps, Multiple choice questions.

Reading test

Passage 1: About breeding and cultivation of Peas.
Questions: Yes, No, Not Given questions; Multiple choice questions; Fill in the gaps.

Passage 2: An article about child development.
Questions: Information matching; Yes, No, Not Given questions; Multiple choice questions.

Passage 3: A journal article about human senses: the sense of smell.
Questions: Yes, No, Not Given questions; Multiple choice questions; Headings matching.

Writing test

Writing Task 1 (report)
A graph showing car ownership in households in UK from 1961 to 2001. An easy one.

Writing Task 2 (essay)
We should concentrate on children’s writing skills. What do you think? Write and cite from personal experience.

Speaking test

Interview
– What is your full name?
– Tell me where you are from.
– Do you work or study?
– What kind of work you have to do?
– Do you have to deal with people in work?
– Do you like people? Why?

Cue Card
Tell us about something you want to be, but you are not at present, you should say
– Who is the person you want to become?
– Why do you want the change?

Discussion
– Do you cook? When did you learn cooking?
– Do you think students should learn cooking?
– Do you like change?
– Why people do not like change?
– What change you would like to see in your country now?
– About old age. What change people experience at old age?

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2 thoughts on “IELTS in Dhaka, Bangladesh – August 2009 (Academic Module)”

  1. Hi Simone! Exactly the same set of questions we had last August 13 here in Dubai, UAE.

    Let me express my gratitude to you for creating this wonderful blog site. You are helping a lot of students realize their dreams.

    I only had 2 weeks to prepare for my test(with an 8-hour job in between) but with your site and the links, I made use of the remaining days wisely through practice, practice and more practice – the key to success in IELTS.

    I also aim to be included in your list of champions 🙂 I’ll keep you posted when my result comes out before the end of the month.

  2. Hey mrvcfdo, thanks for your words, truly appreciate them. Looking forward to getting your results, you can submit any time – the competition runs every month. I hope you get the score you need!
    Cheers,
    Simone

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