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Latest IELTS questions from Uzbekistan – March 2024 (Academic Module)

Latest IELTS Academic Questions Uzbekistan March 2024

Our student JD has taken IELTS in Uzbekistan very recently and remembered the following writing questions:

Writing test

Writing task 1 (a report)

The table below shows the results of a survey where first-year students were asked to rate some aspects of their courses. The figures show the proportions of students who rated their course ‘very good’.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS Writing Task 1 results of a survey where first-year students were asked to rate some aspects of their courses

* Note: this isn’t the original table given in the test, it was recreated for the purpose of demonstration.

Writing task 2 (an essay)

Many people believe that it is easier to lead a healthy lifestyle in the countryside. Others believe that there are health benefits to living in cities. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

2 thoughts on “Latest IELTS questions from Uzbekistan – March 2024 (Academic Module)”

  1. Overall, students from all three departments showed more than 50% satisfaction with all 5 course aspects. However, the students of commerce rated all 5 aspects the highest. Law course takers followed a close second and those studying Economics gave the lowest approval percentage.

    Regarding the first three aspects, 95% of Commerce students felt satisfied with the pre-course information, whereas, in the Economics department, only 55% of the people rated it as \”very good\”. The quality of teaching was equally highly rated (95%) by the Economics and Commerce students, with the ones in the Law department standing only at 67%. Similarly, tutor support received the highest approval from the Economics and Commerce takers, with 92% and 93% satisfied respectively.

    In terms of various resources, 81% of people studying Commerce were the happiest with the printed resources but only 59% of the Economics students expressed their content with the printed materials. The other resources received 86% of approval from those enrolled in Commerce, and just 6% less from the Law students, although the Economics students remained the least happy with 62% of them giving a good rating.

  2. Hi Maya, this is a very good attempt! One thing to note – you are missing an intro paragraph which should say what the table is describing (paraphrasing the task prompt). You need that intro paragraph to get a higher score for Coherence and Cohesion.

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