IELTS exams in the UK, India and Syria were the same, so we are told by R, S and A. R also said (quoting from her email) “These words are reflecting my gratitude for your exceptional Target Band 7 e-book. I must say that reading tips have played a magic role in my real test, especially mind mapping and speed reading, and I did my best in rest of modules as well”.
Here are the details they collectively remembered:
Section 1. About four sites to enjoy a vacation.
Questions: Filling in the gaps in a table and in a summary (using no more than two words or a number), Q1-Q13.
Section 2. About a seminar with a research supervisor, two students were conducting a research into the effect of music on customers in a restaurant.
Section 3. About history and importance of salt.
Section 4. Don’t remember.
Passage 1. About automation of manufacturing radio chips.
Passage 2. About animals using medicinal plants.
Passage 3. About Biorhythm, Chronology and Time Clocks.
Writing Task 1 (a report)
There was a bar chart for comparison of 4 types of waste dumped in the UK, Netherlands, Spain, France and Italy (Burning, Landfill, Biological Treatment and Recycling). We had to compare the 4 types to each other and compare the different ways countries tackle the waste problem in.
Writing Task 2 (an essay)
Health services are the basic necessity for a person. Private companies have made the health services quite costly for ordinary individuals. Do the advantages of private health care outweigh its disadvantages?