Hello Atul!I am done with my LRW – Academic Module
October 8, 2016
For listening, it’s about a man booking for a vacation for section 1 (fill in the blanks with one word and/or a number). Section 2 is about a photography (fill in the blanks with three words and the next set with three words). Section 3 is about a thesis (multiple choices and maps). Section 4 is about a train, (matching type, muliple choice).
For reading, part 1 is T, F, NG, complete the sentence and match the description with a certain subject. Part 2 is matahcing headings and description. Part 3 is matching description with a person and multiple choice. I am quite lucky there is only 5 items with T,F, NG, but they made the matching headings/description extra hard than the practice tests, even those which are provided in Cambridge IELTS book series.
The writing task 1 is really hard. There are 6 pie graphs and 4 subcategories for each. It is about the methods of booking an exam for three different country from 2009-2010. Is it okay if I wrote in seperate paragraphs for the three countries because they all have two pie graphs?
The writing task 2 goes like this:
Some people think men are women and different so they some men are more suitable for certain jobs and the is the same with women. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
I completely agreed and I am afraid that my answer would come out sexist because I did it like this:
Intro: paraphrased the question, stated my stand
Paragraph 1: men are more physically strong than women so they are suited for construction and mining.
Paragraph 2: women are more emotionally driven than men so they are suited for jobs in public service like nursing.
Conclusion: stated my argument, stated men are physically good than women while women are emotionally good than men.
It is very difficult for me to state that some men are also suited for the other so I just made it like that. Is that okay?
I am not really that confident with my answers, so I would just emotionally prepare myself to retake.
Anyways, thank you for your blogs Atul. This is like my bible when I am reviewing for IELTS. Thank you so much.
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