IELTS Reading Recent Actual Tests Volume 1 ( Ebook) - IELTS Reading Actual Tests - IELTS Reading Actual Tests

IELTS Reading Recent Actual Tests Volume 1 include 8 IELTS reading actual tests which were in the real IELTS tests from 2007 to 2011.

Reading is the second part of the IELTS examination with three reading passages with increasing difficulty. IELTS candidates will have 60 minutes for this IELTS Reading part with a total of 40 questions. It is very necessary that you invest time on practicing the real IELTS test questions for this module.
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You should practice on real tests because:

+ First,  these extracted from IELTS bank source; therefore, you are in all probability to take these tests in your real examinations. This statement can be proven by the attached index indicating the dates these tests were taken.


IELTS Reading Recent Actual Tests June - September 2020 with Answers-Ebook

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+ Second, when practicing this book, you can evaluate at the nearest possibility how difficult the IELTS Reading Part is in the real exam, and what the top most common traps are.  Another important point  is that these real tests are much more tricky and difficult than the ones in the IELTS Cambridge books


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You can also download IELTS Reading Recent Actual Tests Volume 2, Volume 3, Volume 4 and Volume 5 (the latest one) to practice at home to check your current level for IELTS Reading before sitting the IELTS test.

You can also check out IELTS Listening Recent Actual Tests Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3, and IELTS Writing Recent Actual Tests on IELTS Material website to be well-prepared for the IELTS exam.

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