IELTS Listening Practice Test 91

IELTS Listening Practice Test 91

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IELTS Listening Practice Test for IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training Test takers


Questions 7-5

Complete the following information using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS OR NUMBERS

Surname                                                                     1 _______________________

Given name                                                               Sharon

Address                                                                       2 _____________. Tipton. TP3 4MB

Date of birth                                                             3 _____________

Type of membership                                             annual

Amount due                                                              4 £_____________

Credit card number                                               4673 9702 0361

Expiry date                                                                5 ______________

Questions 6-9

Label the diagram of the gym using FOUR of the following six labels. Write the appropriate letter in the correct space on your answer sheet.


Questions 10

Decide which pair of pie charts illustrate the membership of the gym and spa and write the appropriate letter on your answer sheet.



Questions 11-12

Complete the following sentences using NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.

11. The university has produced a ________________ to inform students about the different accommodation options available.

12. All catered and self-catered accommodation is close to the _______________________

Questions 13-16

On your answer sheet, write

                                          A. if the statement applies to catered accommodation

                                          B. if the statement applies to self-catered accommodation

                                          C. if the statement applies to private accommodation

                                          D. if the statement is not mentioned at all by the accommodation officer

13. Meals are included in the rent.

14. This is the best accommodation for people who want to choose when they eat.

15. Most students live in this kind of accommodation.

16. This is the most expensive type of accommodation.

Questions 17-20

Decide which letter on the map shows the location of each of the following university halls of residence.



Questions 21-24

Answer the questions using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

21. When did Jenny arrive at the university?

22. What is Tom going to study?

23. What is jenny going to study?

24. What two items have the students been given?

Questions 25-27

Complete the following sentences using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR NUMBERS for each gap.

25. Tom’s Hall of Residence is named _________________________

26. Tom’s accommodation is a _____________________ from the campus.

27. Jenny’s accommodation is near the campus, close to the________________________

Questions 28-30

Decide which three items Jenny needs to buy and write the appropriate letters on your answer sheet in any order.

A. binders                                                                              E. pencils

B. notebooks                                                                          F. pens

C. notepaper                                                                          G. printer

D. paperclips                                                                         H. printer paper

Also check : IELTS Listening tips


Questions 31-33

31. Which pie chart shows the ages of the Asian students surveyed ?


32. Which pie chart shows the main reasons Asian students wanted to study abroad?


33. Which bar chart shows the percentage of Asian students who made Australia their first choice destination?


Questions 34-35

Answer the following questions using A NUMBER for each answer.

34. Approximately how many foreign students enrolled in Australia in the year 2000?

35. How much did Australia’s education exports rise by last year?

Questions 36-40

Complete the following sentences using NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS/NUMBERS for each gap.

36. It became harder to get a __________________ for the USA after September 11.

37. __________________of Asian students gave lower study fees as a reason for choosing Australia.

38. Asian students rank Australia number _____________________ in terms of educational quality.

39. ______________________ programmers are unlikely to reduce the number of students going abroad in the near future.

40. Asian students are increasingly using __________________ to help arrange their studies abroad.

Answer keys:

Section 1, Questions 1-10

  1. Pierce
  2. 70 Welcome Lane
  3. 13th July 1980
  4. 180
  5. September 2009
  6. D
  7. E

8 .A

  1. B
  2. C

Section 2, Questions 11-20

  1. guide
  2. city centre
  3. A
  4. B
  5. D
  6. D
  7. B
  8. D
  9. H
  10. F

Section 3, Questions 21-30

  1. Thursday
  2. European History
  3. Geography
  4. timetable, reading/book list
  5. Wish Lane
  6. 30 minute walk
  7. north gate

28-30 IN ANY ORDER A, B, H

Section 4, Questions 31-40

  1. D
  2. B
  3. A
  4. 100000
  5. 17.8%
  6. visa
  7. 20%
  8. three/3
  9. Trans-national (education)
  10. education agents


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