This brings us to the last section of IELTS ... the Listening test.
IELTS Listening test consists of 4 sections.
You need to listen to the tape and answer 38-40 questions as you listen. The tape is not paused at any time and you hear it only once.
The tape plays for 20 minutes and you get 10 minutes in the end to transfer your answers to an answer sheet.
The questions get progressively more difficult.
IELTS Listening is by far the easiest section in IELTS as long as you are not distracted while listening.
You should aim to score a much as possible in this section to bump your overall band score.
However, don't get too relaxed! There are still pitfalls that you need to watch out for.
By the time you finish the topics on listening you will be all set to score a 100% in this section.Tags: academic general IELTS speaking
- Listening sections and question types
- Strategy for answering questions in the IELTS Listening test
- Listening for maps, addresses and directions
- Listening to names, spellings and numbers
- Listening for changes in tone, pitch and volume of the speaker
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- Listening Practice 1
- Listening Practice 2
- Listening Practice 3