IELTS in Myanmar – October 2009 (Academic Module)

IELTS test in Myanmar was described very well by S. (thank you!), who shared the following questions and topics. Later on I was told that IELTS in Singapore was exactly the same.

Listening test

Section 1: A phone conversation between the train company and a girl who lost her belongings on a train, she was trying to locate her bags and accessories.

Section 2: A volunteer’s field trip to protect and study wild animals at Borneo island.

Section 3: Making a presentation.

Section 4: Perception of a pupil and a teacher’s comment on his perception.

Reading test
Passage 1: Energy of the ocean.
Passage 2: Parental involvements in children’s education.
Passage 3: Developments of music recording devices (discs, cassettes and the gramophone).

Writing test

Writing task 1 (a report)
We had a graph showing domestic usage of water per person in liters in 5 countries (the US, Canada, Italy, France and Germany) with its costs per cubic meter tabulated.

Writing task 2 (an essay)
How university education is important for employment as well as for other activities? Comment on both sides of views.

Speaking test

– Do you work or study?
– What are your weekend activities?
– How do you enjoy your weekends?

Cue card
Talk about a future plan that you made, you should say:
– what is your future plan?
– when would you do it?
– who would accompany you?

– How do you plan things?
– Is planning important for a person? And for you?
– What are the importance of future plans for children?

1 thought on “IELTS in Myanmar – October 2009 (Academic Module)”

  1. Thank you
    I want tell you about this test , same test was in Hobart,Australia in saturday everuthing same ecept speking

    Thank you

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