IELTS General Quiz

Your understanding of the IELTS test format is very important as it will help you achieve a good band score. The following test was designed to let you assess how far you know about the IELTS test in general. All the questions listed here are very basic question related to IELTS exam and you should be able to answer all of them very comfortably.

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1. Do I lose a point if my answer is wrong in the listening?


2. What are the versions of IELTS?


3. How long is the IELTS reading test?


4. Can I write on the listening question paper?


5. How many versions are there in IELTS?


6. What is the full form of IELTS?


7. How many times will I be able to listen to the recording?


8. Can I write my answer using a pencil?


9. Can I choose my topic to talk about in part 2?


10. How many sections are there in the IELTS speaking test?


11. How many questions are there in the IELTS listening section?


12. Do I lose a point if my answer is wrong in the reading test?


13. Can I write on the reading question paper?


14. Can I ask the examiner to change the topic is part 2 if I can’t talk about it in the speaking?


15. How many reading passages are there in the reading module?


16. Is the speaking test conducted face to face with an examiner or by computer?


17. How many questions will I be asked in speaking part 3?


18. How many questions are there in reading test?


19. What does the IELTS test consist of?


20. Will I have time to read the questions before I listen?


21. How are the tests marked?


22. How long is an IELTS score valid?


23. Can I write in capital letters in reading and listening answers?


24. Can I have extra paper for making notes for listening?


25. What criteria I will be assessed in speaking test?


26. Can I take notes for the Cue Card I will talk about?


27. How long does the IELTS speaking test last?


28. Are capital letters important in reading and listening answers?


29. Do I have time to transfer my answers at the end of the reading test?


30. How many sections are there in IELTS listening section?


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