IELTS exams in Vietnam and Malaysia were shared by our friends H and A. According to them, the exams were the same, and here is what H and A collectively remembered:
Section 1. Lifeguard application form.
Questions: filling in 10 blanks, the questions were about the address, cell phone, expiration date on the certificate, current job, former job and relevant skills, preferred days and times to work, how he got to know about this job, the future job that he wants to get (a baseball coach) and so on.
Section 2. Library Rules.
Questions: filling in the blanks. The missing information was about the rules in the new library, such as borrowing DVDs or CDs including fees, for how long people may borrow, how many units, how to book PCs and the opening times.
Section 3. Don’t remember.
Section 4. Information about the ABI system (for teaching and evaluating students).
Questions: multiple choice and labeling a chart that illustrates how the system works.
Passage 1. Human development – early, mid and late adolescence stages.
Passage 2. New ways to overcome flood problems.
Passage 3. Technological progress in Biorobotics.
Writing task 1 (a report)
Describe the maps that shows changes in a coastal town, Pentland, from 1950 to 2007. Compare and contrast where relevant.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
Scientists have reported that junk foods are detrimental to health. Some people believe that education is the answer to this problem, but others disagree. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
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