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- November 25, 2017 at 4:37 am #22825yohanellappuliarachchige
I just (25th November 2017) finished my IELTS Academic Examination at Deakin University, Melbourne. I will post my results when I receive it on on 8th December 2017.
Following is a summary of the questions I faced.
Writing Task 1:
I had to explain a Table and a Bar Chart which depicted data on the Employment Percentages of Men and Women.
Writing Task 2:
In most countries, women are allowed to join armed forces. However, some believe only men should be allowed to join armed forces. Do you agree or disagree?
Speaking Section 1:
What is your name?
Is there a meaning to your name?
Do people in your country practice anything special when naming children?
Asked about what I do? Work or Study?
Asked what kind of work I do?
Is it important to have set work hours?
If people work more than the set hours does that mean they are productive?
Do you know a teenager?
What do teenagers do during leisure time in your country?
Speaking Section 2:
Topic: Talk about a rule which was enforced in school? Why do you think that rule was enforced? What happens if a student breaks the rule? Do you agree or disagree?
Speaking Section 3:
What are some rules that are enforced at the office?
Do you think these rules should be in place to increase productivity?
Why do offices mandate a dress code? Do you agree with it?
Concentrating on families, has rules in the past changed over time?
Name one such rule that is still applicable today.
Why do you think adolescence tend to not obey such rules?
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