IELTS test takers V and S shared the following questions from the exams they took in India and Nepal (except for the Listening test which they didn’t remember):
Passage 1. Electricity system in New Zealand.
Passage 2. Requirement of a chemical engineering company.
Passage 3. Research about glaciers.
Passage 4. Don’t remember.
Writing task 1 (a letter)
You are doing a full time job and would like to continue that job on part-time basis. Write a letter to your manager and say
– What are the reasons for your decision?
– Which days would you like to work?
– Suggest solutions so that workload would not be impacted.
Writing Task 2 (an essay)
Some people believe that bicycles are the best mode of transport in the cities, while others disagree. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of both views and give your opinion.
– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
Talk about science subjects that you have learned at school. Please say
– What subjects did you learn exactly?
– Did you enjoy these studies?
– Do you think learning sciences is important? Why?
– Do you think science has brought any advantages to the mankind?
– What do you think about the involvement of governments and corporations in scientific research?
– Do you believe scientists play a significant role in social development?
– What is your view of research without further practical implementation?
– Do you think playing with toys had any significance in your life?
– Which toys did you play with as a child?
– What was your favourite toy in the childhood? Why?