Hi Atul,This afternoon (11 February 2017) I took IELTS academic module at IDP Indonesia. All sections were conducted on the same day. Below are some of the questions which I remember:
Dialogue between 2 people about taking photography course; dialogue about advantages & disadvantages of SUV cars; and traditional learning methods vs participative methods
Passage 1: Benefit of animals as materials for replacing alumunium
Passage 2: Mistakes in bridge’s structural design
Passage 3: Linguistics
Task 1: Comparation of amount of food & non-foods products purchased by consumers in supermarket in Europe in 1998 and 2008 (bar chart)
Task 2: do you think college student should live away from their home (opinion essay)
What is your job, what are the responsibilities, what do you think your future job will be, who is local artist whom you admire and why, have you traveled near water (I don’t really undertand what this means), have you traveled using boats, and do you think all people need to be able to swim?
If you can choose a country abroad which you can work temporarily (short time), what would it be, and why?
Advantages & disadvantages of working abroad & working in international companies, constraints in working abroad, consequences of working in informal sector
That’s all I can remember. This is my first time taking IELTS test. I messed up on writing section since I was too nervous and unable to think in part 2 :((((
Anw thanks Atul your web so much helpful. Wish me luck! The result will be given in 24 February. I hope I can get writing score of minimal 6.0
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