IELTS exams in Egypt and Turkey were shared by our kind friends C and S, who collectively remembered the following:
Section 1. A conversation about how to become a patient in a medical centre (British accent).
Section 2. A conversation about 2 teams, their training, fees and games (Australian accent).
Section 3. A lecture about the English Channel underground tunnel and a map to label (British accent).
Section 4. Some instructions (in an American accent).
Passage 1. Several paragraphs each talking about an art gallery.
Questions: information matching.
Passage 2. Employees in a company and their overtime scheme and regulations.
Questions: multiple choice.
Passage 3. Trips to Bear Mountain.
Questions: multiple choice, True/False/Not Given.
Passage 4. Tree houses, their design and development. Designers and techniques they have used.
Questions: multiple choice, match a name to a statement.
Writing task 1 (a letter)
You have started a course after reading its details in a brochure. Unfortunately it turned out to be totally different from the description in the brochure. Write a letter to the manager, including the following:
– Mention the details of the course.
– Explain how it was different.
– What course you would like to take instead?
Writing Task 2 (an essay)
Children’s opinions are influenced by their friends. Is this a positive or a negative development? What can parents do to influence their children’s opinions?