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Monday, April 16, 2012

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Hello Simon,
I am going to take my second IELTS exam in 28 th of April. my big problem is reading, I cannot answer all questions. I know it is difficult, but my question is, do you agree to answer all questions in passage one then move to passage two and so on, or you prefer answering the easiest one in each passage as you recommended above?
Thanks in advance for your productive online lessons.

HEMN
Notes: (I got 5.5 in reading and lestingin, 5 writing and 7 speaking. 6 overall in my first and previous exam last month)

Hi Hemn,

I usually advise starting with passage one, but you could have a quick look at the 3 passages to see if there is a topic you prefer.

Hi Simon,

The reading structure follow the same meaning of the listening test? I mean, more easy first and the difficult ones come later?

Please let me know your thoughts.

Cheers!

Mari

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