IELTS exam was shared by H from Hanoi, Vietnam (thanks!), here is what we know:
Section 1. A conversation between a man, who wanted to register for a camping site, and a female officer.
Questions: filling in the gaps in a registration form (name, address and a telephone number), filling in the map some information about the camping site, multiple choice question (multiple answers) about the 3 activities available.
Section 2. A man was providing information about a charity organization.
Questions: table completion, sentence completion.
Section 3: A discussion between Simon and Anna about a course in International Relation studies.
Questions: multiple choice questions (one answer only), multiple choice question (multiple answers), matching 4 given courses with their associated benefits.
Section 4. A university lecturer was talking about business ethic.
Passage 1. How to become an expert?
Questions: flow chart completion, T/F/NG, summary (sentence completion).
Passage 2. Antarctic’s climate change.
Questions: Matching information, multiple choice question (single answer), T/F/NG.
Passage 3. History and Movies.
Questions: Matching information, Y/N/NG.
Writing Task 1 (a report)
There were 4 pie charts describing the results of a survey by a university about the opinion of full-time and part-time students about its services (the services were IT support offered and opening hours).
Writing Task 2 (an essay)
Pollution and other environmental damage are inevitable results when a country is developing and growing its wealth. To what extent you agree or disagree?