An IELTS test taker from Lithuania (thank you T!) shared this exam update:
Section 1. An application form for a job.
Section 2. A discussion between a student and a lecturer about a project on ancient arts.
Questions: multiple choice.
Section 3. Information about art festivals and venues.
Questions: match descriptions to venues.
Section 4. A lecture about synaesthesia.
Questions: filling in blanks.
Passage 1. About Mongolian horses and how they were saved from extinction.
Passage 2. Antarctica and its influence on the climate and ecology.
Passage 3. Evolution of psychology.
Writing task 1 (a report)
We were given a bar chart comparing water levels in reservoirs in six Australian cities in 2009 and 2010.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
Some people are becoming more interested in family history research. Others, however, argue that one should focus more on the present and future generations. Discuss 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?
– Where are you studying?
– Do you use maps? Why?
– How often do you use them?
– Which maps do you prefer: paper or electronic?
– Do you like to talk about the weather? Why?
– What sort of climate do you prefer?
– Do you like extreme climate? Why?
Describe a good law that you know. Please say
– What is it?
– How did you learn about it?
– Why do you like it?
– Do you think it should be passed in other countries?
– Why is there a need to have different laws?
– Why do people still commit crimes?
– Do you think people must obey all the laws? Why?
– When one cannot follow the law?
– What is the importance of international laws?