Hi Atul,First and foremost, I would like to thank you for this website. It was really a great help to all who will take the IELTS exam and I would really recommend this site to all my friends who will take the test.
I had my IELTS test last August 27 here in UAE ( Academic Module). I got my desired score for my immigration purposes and received the good news yesterday.
Writing Task 1
2 drawings: first picture is Farm in 1976 and 2nd pic changed into media center for students in 2006
Writing Task 2: Many young people participates in sports competition and many are scared of losing that’s why it should be banned. Do you agree or disagree.(somewhat like that)
Speaking: I browsed your website the night before my test and I saw this question posted by one candidate, somehow I had the idea on what to say on the test.
( TIPS: I followed your tip to talk in English before the speaking test, while waiting for my turn, I was like a crazy lady talking to myself in the corner as I don’t have mobile phone with me because they collected it so early
It was really a great help as I became spontaneous in speaking and lessened my umms and ahhs..
Part 1- about myself
– What’s the best part about your job
– do you love science?
– do you watch movies about Science?
– how often you use the computer?
– does it affect your job?
Part 2: Talk about a difficult choice that you made but it is the right one.
Part 3: Will you choose that choice again if given the chance?
what should people do if they made the wrong choice?
I hope this will help.. Again, Thank you so much Atul!
God bless you and you family!
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