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IELTS Modules

IELTS Listening Module The IELTS Listening module consists of four sections. In every part you will hear a recording of a speech or debate. Every recording lasts around five minutes. While listening, you have to answer ten questions, which can be multiple choice, short answer, or filling in the gaps in a sentence, diagram, or data table. There is increased time at the end of the test to write your finishing answers on the answer sheet. The Listening module is the same in both the academic and general training versions of IELTS. The Listening component lasts around 35 minutes and is the first section of the test. IELTS Listening is a paper-based test of 40 questions that takes around 40 minutes to complete. Candidates hear four passages in total and answer ten questions about each. The Listening test is the equivalent in both the General Training and Academic components of IELTS. Speakers may use a range of accents and varieties of English. While listening, candidates must read and answer a variety of question types. There are short interludes before and during each passage to allow candidates to read the questions in advance. Inquiry of the questions therefore forms a considerable section of any IELTS Listening procedure. After all four passages have been played, candidates have a further 10 minutes to transfer their answers to an answer sheet. At this period, poor spelling can actively alter a candidate’s grade. These are some IELTS Listening Module Tips : Analyse the questions together This is a controversial point, but I always like to give my students much more time to read the...