IELTS test in India – January 2010 (General Training)

IELTS test in India was described by A. (thanks a lot!), who remembered the following details:

Listening test

Section 1: Different types of barbecues – gas, charcoal, gas or charcoal.

Questions: Filling in the blanks.

Section 2: A trip to England covering an old museum, local activities, etc.

Questions: True / False / Not Given.

Section 3: Different activities of birds, how they eat, what they eat, their reactions to different conditions.

Questions: Filling in the blanks.

Section 4: Don’t remember.

Reading test

Passage 1: 7 advertisements were there, and we had to select correct options.

Questions: True / False questions.

Passage 2: About Soleus, bird scientist, his discoveries and how other scientists reacted to it.

Questions: Information matching, select from A-H which paragraph states the following.

Passage 3: Bird patterns, learning their behavior, different species of birds.

Writing test

Writing task 1 (a letter)
Write a letter to the principal of a college in which you got accepted and say that you cannot start your course. Please include in your letter:
– Which course had you applied for?
– Why cannot you start?
– Ask about the future courses availability.

Writing task 2 (an essay)
Some people think that teenager years are the happiest years in a person’s life. Others believe adult life is much more happier despite of the family responsibilities. Discuss, what is your opinion?

Speaking test

– What is your full name?
– What do you do: work or study?
– All the usual questions.

Cue card
Tell me about the most memorable card you received, you should say:
– From whom it was,
– What message it had,
– Why it was memorable.

– Do you like sending cards?
– Do people like receiving mail through post or via email and why?
– What is the importance of literacy in your country?

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