IELTS test in Australia – March 2022 (Academic Module)

Our friends S.K. and N.J. took their IELTS exams in Melbourne, Australia and collectively remembered the following questions:

Writing test

Writing task 1 (a report)

The tables below provide information about the consumption and production of potatoes in five parts of the world in 2006. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS Australia Academic Writing Task 1 tables

Writing task 2 (an essay)

Some believe that in many countries, the investment of public money in arts can be justified. Others think that the government should spend more on health and education. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

Speaking test

Part 1 (Interview)

– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– How did you feel about your hometown when you were growing up?
– How do you feel about your hometown now?
– Do you work or are you a student?
– What do you like the most about your job?

Part 2 (Cue Card)

Talk about a skill that was difficult for you to learn. Please say

– when you learnt it
– why you learnt it
– how you learnt it
– and explain how you feel about this skill now.

Part 3 (Discussion)

– What skills should be taught to children from a very early age?
– Are there any other skills that children should have a basic knowledge of?
– Do you feel that it is easier for children to learn new skills compared to adults?
– Do you think that children today know more about science than their parents?
– What scientific discoveries have changed the world?

13 thoughts on “IELTS test in Australia – March 2022 (Academic Module)”

  1. I really appreciate this great work. I think it is going a long way to help a myriad of test takers.

  2. It’s been noticed from the tables that Asia is always the dairy cow for other countries and America is always the biggest parasite, generally as it’s the approach.
    131 kg/person to be produced annually in Asian territories, but the person consumes only 25 kg is a total devastating situation and a heinous status of the other continents, especially America. From another perspective, that extrapolates that Asia works hard to starve their peoples and is so foolish enough to give away their resources to other nations.

  3. To put things into perspective, export has always been a welcome stream of revenue for countries, and quite often it is the case that they produce more crops than they can consume, so exporting the extra produce makes sense. It is up to the government of the country to ensure food security for their citizens, so if they are doing a good job, enough of the produce will stay in the country to feed everyone.

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