The types of listening questions in IELTS
are the same as in the paper test:
The IELTS Hearing will be a 30-minute exam. In this section, candidates will have to answer a number of questions based on the entries. In this section, the examiner measures the candidate's intelligible abilities after understanding the attitudes, opinions, and factual information provided by the speakers in the entries. Candidates will be given four sections to listen to IELTS in the form of 4 entries.
- Large selection
- Marking of the plan / map / diagram
- Form filling
- Completing a note
- The end of the table
- The end of the flowchart
- The final completion
- Completion of the sentence
- Short answers to questions
Any of these types of questions can appear in any of the four parts of the test. More information about the types of IELTS listening questions can be found here. The selection of test questions to listen to is shown below. Answer keys and transcripts are also provided to verify your answers. In each example, you will have some time to review the questions before you start recording, and some time at the end to check your answers. IELTS: listening
This section evaluates the conversational fluency of test subjects in English. This will be a face-to-face interview, where the candidate must give a General idea and talk about a specific topic selected through the card. The duration of the IELTS Speaking section is 11-14 minutes.
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