IELTS exam in Pakistan was shared by Z and W (thanks, guys!), who collectively remembered the following:
Section 1. A girl who lived in a village in her friend’s house was looking for a new accommodation.
Questions: filling in the gaps her current address:
Q1 – postal code,
Q2 – age,
Q3 – occupation,
Q4 – how long has she lived in the village,
multiple choice (Q5 – Q10).
Section 2. A man was talking about different places and their arrangements.
Questions: filling in the gaps (Q11 – Q15), multiple choice (Q16 – Q20).
Section 3. Survey of residents.
Questions: filling in the gaps (Q21 – Q25, Q26 – Q30).
Section 4. A man was talking about UK textile industry, information and employment, type of clothing manufactured.
Questions: multiple choice (Q31 – Q34), match the information to the given A – F choices (Q35 – Q40).
Questions: filling in the gaps (Q1 – Q10).
Passage 2. Train driver hiring & testing system. Fitness, medical tests, after selection training.
Questions: filling in the gaps (Q11 – Q20).
Passage 3. About Racing Bicycles Club.
Questions: True/False/Not Given.
Passage 4. History of Kauri gum in New Zealand, collection and making process.
Questions: headings matching (Q31-Q35), information matching to the paragraphs (Q36-Q39), author’s point of view about the topic (Q40).
Writing Task 1 (a letter)
You are attending a part-time course in college, due to some problem you couldn’t continue your course. Write a letter to your teacher, where you
– describe the course,
– explain the problem,
– explain the reason for not continuing,
– tell the teacher about your future plans – when you will continue the course.
Writing Task 2 (an essay)
Global climate has changed, should transport be reduced on the roads, e.g cars and lorries? Explain the advantages and the disadvantages in your relevant location and give your opinion.
– Tell me about yourself.
– How do you get information from TV?
– Do you write letters or send emails? Why?
– Who do you write to, typically?
Talk about the kind of leisure activities that you do, you should say
– Do you find them easy?
– What difficulties do you face in your leisure activities?
More questions about leisure activities.