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- September 30, 2017 at 5:21 am #21038desperado
I just finished my IELTS exam in NZ.
I was given a 2 very complicated tables to analyze for task 1. It was a survey of people living in a city and their satisfaction with regards to various aspects. Two tables across 2 years 1980 and 2010. 5-6 rows with for transportaion, healthcare, education etc. 3 columns for people voting good, neutral or bad and percentages.
It was information overload and I did not know what to do and probably did an extremely bad job on it. I have rebooked for another test and hope to be able to tackle similar problems effectively in future. I am very desperate as i have been offered a dream job in Australia and have to get IELTS sorted as soon as possible to meet deadlines. I need band 7 for all aspects of IELTS
How do I tackle massive tables (X2) like this one? I had a friend who did the test a month ago and had something similar. Seems to me that IELTS is going for more complex tables rather then the ones usually found on IELTS books (single tables or graphs).
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