Hello Atul,Sorry for the late post.
I took the Ielts(academic) in Abuja, Nigeria on 16th June, 2016
Questions are as follows;
type of work
why I decided to choose the profession.
Is teamwork important?
Questions on Flowers:
Where they flowers in my house
What they are used for in my country
If I give flowers as gifts
Describe a wedding you recently attended
When, whose wedding, the venue and describe the event
follow up questions
Why weddings are popular in Nigeria
Is a small ceremony better than a large ceremony
How is marriage important to the society
Task 1 A table showing percentage of households in Britain in two years (1967 and 2001)
Task 2: In some countries, schools now make it compulsory for teenagers to do unpaid work in certain companies and institutions
What are the benefits for both the students and companies.
I felt i did badly in my speaking because I finished before the 2mins mark in my part 2 and I repeated some words. The examiner helped by asking a further question so I could talk more and I continued speaking until he stopped me. I thought everything was so fast and wasn’t up to 11mins. I got a 7 so I guess I should not have been worried.
Tip: Be confident, if you make a mistake correct yourself and keep on speaking.
Writing was not bad, though I didn’t have time to correct my work.
Tip: try and have a template for the exam as this will make your essay cohesive and it saves time too.
For Listening and reading: Please practice before hand. I noticed my band increased after I practiced. Use Cambridge books.
Thanks Atul for this site. God bless you.
Did you recently take the IELTS test?
Help other students by sharing your IELTS questions and topics that you got in your test in the comments below. Make sure that when you share your questions, you mention the following:
- Type of IELTS test - Academic or General
- Date of IELTS test
- Location of IELTS test
Good luck to everyone preparing for the IELTS test.
For unlimited feedback with detailed corrections for speaking and writing tasks, sign up for IELTS Twenty20 Online Course today!
Study 20 minutes a day for 20 days and Ace the IELTS exam.Tags: Recent IELTS questions Recent test questions