IELTS in Indonesia, as remembered by Blue (not real name) – thanks for sharing! Here is what they had (looks a lot like IELTS in New Zealand to me):
Section 1: Sports, running, racing.
I ) Multiple choice:
1. what should be brought during the race.
2. whether he can join this year’s competition
3. what should be brought to the accommodation (snake bite kits, etc).
II) Filling Detailed Form:
1. Family name: spelling
3. email address
4. where he found out about that race (advertisement).
Section 2: Australian honey bees
1. The effect of the incoming bees on Australia
2. Something about these bees having parasites on their body.
Section 3: Preschool for children
Filling the blanks:
1. The ages of the children
2. The cooperation from parents.
3. What conditions should be met by parents before enrolling their children to school (attend some meetings, make some visits, etc).
4. The funding from government.
Section 4: Railway
Questions: Filling the blanks about the history of the railway.
Passage 1: Type of organization (traditional and neurolytics organization) and the point of views of some experts about that.
Questions: Matching the paragraph to heading, Matching the name of the expert to the given statement.
Passage 2: Revolution in Britain
Questions: Find a paragraph with the given statement, True/False/Not Given.
Passage 3 : Something about Research (Physics, Chemistry), why does Physics major most of the research rather than Chemistry.
Questions: Matching paragraphs to headings, Filling in the gaps words from passage.
Writing task 1 (report)
Table that shows the number of visitors in World Holistic Sites (there are 6 sites) in Australia in 1996, 1998 and 2000.
Writing task 2 (essay)
Boarding schools are becoming more popular, people study and live far away from home (in or out of their country). Is it a positive development? Give your reasons.
– Full name?
– What should I call you?
– Tell me about your house.
– What is the part of the house that you like the most?
– What you can do to improve your house?
– What do you think about the Internet?
– How did you learn to use the Internet?
– What time do you like shopping?
– Do you prefer small shops or big shops?s
– What kind of shops do you like?
Talk about what kind of music you liked in your childhood, you should say:
– What you felt about that music.
– What made it important to you.
– How does the role of music in culture change over time?
– Do you think music reflects age-group of people?
– How do you think we can keep the music in the culture?