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IELTS test in Nigeria – April 2021 (Academic Module)

A big thank-you goes to N.M. for these questions from a recent IELTS exam in Nigeria:

Writing test

Writing task 1 (a report)

We were given a bar chart showing the percentage of UK population consuming a recommended amount of fruits and vegetables in 2006, 2010 and 2012.

Writing task 2 (an essay)

Nowadays young people mostly learn by reading books or watching movies and TV shows, rather than personal experience. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement? Give reasons for your answer and include relevant examples from your knowledge and experience.

Speaking test

Part 1 (Interview)

– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– What do you do for work?
– Do you like your job?
– Do you think your profession will change in the future?
– Why do you think so?

Part 2 (Cue Card)

Talk about a time when you received some good news. Please say

– What was the news?
– When and where did it happen?
– Who was there with you?
– How did you feel about it later?

Part 3 (Discussion)

– Let’s talk about ways news is spread.
– How do people share good news?
– Do you think good news should be shared face to face?
– Why do you think so?
– How did people share good or bad news in the past?
– How can the Internet help to spread the news?
– How can the Internet influence a company to be better in business?

2 thoughts on “IELTS test in Nigeria – April 2021 (Academic Module)”

  1. Hello, I want to make an enquiry concerning the IELTS exams

    I want to know if the IELTS exam are the same in some countries like uk and Nigeria? I mean the one taken on the same date?

  2. Hi Elem, we saw in the past that exams in the countries that are in the same time zone (or close time zones) are the same. Nigeria and UK are in the same time zone, therefore, they are likely to have the same exam on the same day.

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