I have already taken (IDP) IELTS twice in Bangalore (India), and on Sep 24 ’16, I’ll have my third attempt. I am looking for a score of 7 in all parts. Every time I miss in 1 part. In first attempt (May 21 ’16), I got score S/L/R/W : 7/7.5/7/6.5; In second attempt (Jul 30 ’16), I got S/L/R/W : 7/8.5/7/6.In my last attempt, the questions were as below –
Task1: You just returned from a business trip from a foreign destination. You were unhappy about a certain thing in the airport. Write to the airport authority giving it’s details, and providing a solution/suggestion.
Task2: (Not exact words) Students these days are having equal or more time in the subjects like arts and craft. Do you agree or disagree to this.
Section4: About a guy’s journey through different parts of world, and how he observed the effect of climate change.
Section3: About different types of boat service available at a dock, and we had to match ‘type of activity’ with ‘type of boat’
Section 3 (1st attempt): An electricity company has taken over another company, so the changes in the overall process was explained in a paragraph. Had to match a ‘one liner’ to each paragraph.
Section4: A scientific study on how the crocodiles navigate.
After the general questions, the focus was more on the friendship. How, what type, difference in friendship of boys and girls etc.
(1st attempt) The focus was more on family. I had to describe a family (now my own) and why I like them, and how I would like to spend time with them.
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