IELTS Reading Recent Actual Tests Vol 6 (Ebook download)

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IELTS Reading Recent Actual Tests Vol 6 (Ebook download)

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the possible question types in IELTS Reading?

The possible question types are : ->Matching heading questions ->TRUE/FALSE/NOT GIVEN or YES/NO/NOT GIVEN questions ->Matching paragraph information questions ->Summary completion questions ->Sentence completion questions ->Multiple choice questions ->List selection ->Choosing a title ->Categorisation questions ->Matching sentence endings ->Table completion ->flowchart completion ->diagram completion

Do I need to understand the passage completely, inorder to answer the questions?

No. A complete understanding is not required. You should know how to locate your answers by skimming and scanning the passage. You can also look for keywords in the question to locate answers.

What if I cannot find an answer to a particular question?

Move on to the next question. You can come back to it, later. Don’t waste too much time on a particular question.

Are there specific tips and techniques to find answers for each question type?

Yes. There are specific tips and techniques to locate answers for every question type.

Will the questions contain the same words, as in the Reading passage?

Not all times though. They may be paraphrased.
Courtney Miller

Courtney Miller

Courtney is one of our star content writers as she plays multiple roles. She is a phenomenal researcher and provides extensive articles to students. She is also an IELTS Trainer and an extremely good content writer. Courtney completed her English Masters at Kings College London, and has been a part of our team for more than 3 years. She has worked with the British Council and knows the tricks and tips of IELTS.

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Posted on Apr 15, 2020

IELTS Reading Recent Actual Tests Volume 6; the PDF font is not readable. Answers are not organized.


Dharmik Panchal

Posted on Jul 1, 2019

Could I use this for academic?


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