IELTS test in Iran (and Addis Abeba, Ethiopia) was collectively remembered and shared by M. and B., whom I am grateful to for the following information:
Section 1: A conversation between a job applicant (a student applying for a part time job) and an employment agent.
Questions: Filling in the gaps. Based on their conversation, we were asked for the followings:
– Job seeker’s address,
– Post code,
– Telephone number,
– What kind of job she was looking for,
– Her hobbies.
Section 2: An introduction, welcoming new students to a college in Australia.
Questions: We were given a diagram showing the entire college and the speaker was trying to take a tour of the college and telling the students what each block in the building represents.
Section 3: Don’t remember.
Section 4: A conversation between a student and his research adviser.
Questions: Filling information on the chart.
Passage 1: About museums and exhibitions in Australia, in particular the Blockbuster museum.
Passage 2: Climate change in world.
Passage 3: Information age.
Writing task 1 (a report)
We had three pie charts about different types of favorite TV programs (cartoons, documentaries, dramas and two others), the data included three age groups.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
We were asked to write about the ‘throwaway society”. A throwaway society was defined as people that buy things, use them for a limited period of time and throw them away to be replaced by newer things. We were asked to mention why people do it, and what the implications of this are for the society as a whole.
– What is your name?
– Where are you from?
– What does your hometown look like?
– Is it a good place to live in?
– Is it a good place for children?
– Have you had a trip recently?
Talk about a famous person that you want to visit, who is not from your country.
– What are the advantages and disadvantages of being famous?
– Would you want to be famous?