Our kind friend A.K. recently took a computer-delivered IELTS exam in Vietnam. He remembered and shared the following information + questions:
Part 1. Form completion, 10 questions including a date, a name (spelling was important), and a mobile number.
Part 2. 6 questions ‘Choose the correct letters’, 4 multiple choice questions.
Part 3. 6 multiple choice questions, 4 questions ‘Choose the correct letters’.
Part 4. A lecture about conservation, the lecturer talked about 4 types of plants and animals.
Part 1. A text about some archaeologist’s findings. The question types were: matching information and T/F/NG.
Part 2. The history of chicken as food. The question types were: matching info, multiple choice, and T/F/NG.
Part 3. A text about measuring snow. The question types were: matching info and map labelling.
Writing task 1 (a report)
The bar charts below describe the weekly hours worked by people in four Scandinavian countries in 2002.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
* Note: these aren’t the actual charts given in the test, they were recreated for the purpose of demonstration.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
Nowadays companies are trying to increase the sales of their products in various ways.
What are the different methods that they use? Which one is the most effective?