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Monday, October 20, 2014 at 19:26
@rock,thanks for sharing tips.i am wondering how do you remember all the answers.you really rocks
Monday, October 20, 2014 at 22:52
18/10/2014 GT Reading Answers (APAC)
I could recall only 30 of the 40 questions :(
Answers may not be in order.
1. You can buy new thing by giving your used thing (Ad C - Cycle shop)
3. Largest in the area (Ad E - north east region)
4. Clothes for every occasion from
famous designer brands (Ad F - clothes shop)
5. competitive quotes (Ad C - Cycle shop)
6. Reduced price for under 21 yrs old (Ad D - laptop shop)
7. You can try without buying (Ad B - bike shop)
8. extra information on location of the shop (Ad B - bike shop)
9. Health and well-being (passage A -gym)
10. no roof (passage B - outdoor swimming pool)
11. specially patrolled location (Passage B - outdoor
swimming pool under 8yrs old)
12. This can replace you renery (Ice cream shop)
13. This location has a restaurant (Last passage - a cafe, a grill
with own waiter)
16. computerized form (If full time employee had to
miss a part or all day at work, the request must be filled via)
17. police (who makes money while on break)
18. Disciplinary action
Questions 21-26 (Smart Card /access card)
21. Department Directors (who make amendments regarding employee uniforms)
22. outside door (requires special permission)
23. Final pay (must return smartcard/key before receiving ...)
27. rainforest (habitat having greatest types of ants)
28. tall and distinctive (kind of location -female look for male for mating)
29. the chemical message (queen talks to others via)
30. an unfertilized egg (first batch of larva eats)
31. a few days (how long first worker ant live)
32. Not Given (Australia has greatest no.of ants than rest of the world)
33. True (type of nest that is specially designed)
36. False (how males and females born - it was other way round)
37. False (dominating numbers of females and males in the nest)
38. Not Given (external conditions determine when male and female leave the nest)
39. False (males live longer once go out of the nest)
40. B (Title of the passage - Australian Ants: Distribution and lifecycle)
Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 00:58
Yea..I dont know how but believe me sometimes I, myself get surprised of my own memory.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 01:04
If you post your answer after exam.by this we will benifited big amount.Becouse we are people of ielts victim.at all the people here are 2nd 3rd 4th even 5th 6th time examinee.
nazim fromBangladesh |
Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 02:49
Thanks mate hope i should reach up to 6 at least in all. hope for the best
Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 04:55
i need only 6 in all .i have done two times but my score dropped second time than first time ..What i should now..please help me .:-(
Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 07:11
Are you having trouble with reading section only? Did you do academic or general training IELTS?
Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 07:31
What about the listening part? It was difficult. The speakers spoke too fast.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 23:36
anyone for 1st Nov Test from AUS/NZ?
I would be taking my test on 1st from India
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 04:20
what can be the best answer for speaking test part 2 question.
What is the one good habit which your friend has and your want to acquire it?
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 10:31
The best possible answer is - Talk about friend's study habit!
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 11:23
Southeast Asia Bangladesh Bhutan British Indian Ocean Territory [includes the Chagos Archipelago] Brunei Darussalam Cambodia Disputed Territory [includes the Paracel Islands and Spratly Islands] India [includes the Andaman, Laccadive and Nicobar island groups] Indonesia Lao People's Democratic Republic Malaysia Maldives Myanmar Nepal Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Timor-Leste Viet Nam this country must done exam before 4-5 houre ago exam date please share your listening and reading answer as you remember please kindly.help us.i am in Bangladesh and my exam 22 November Accadamic
nazim fromBangladesh |
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 15:35
Reading is difficult to me. Anyone can help me how can I improve my score?
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 18:48
@rocks writing is my weak area i am not bad in reading and speaking .i feel i am good in listening but last time (first attempt) my score was 6 in listening.i need over all band 7 (academic).please help me.thanks in advance.
god bless you man
all the best !
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 19:59
ple send me all ans. my twst on 25oct 2014. im realy sceard
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 20:08
i have my IELTS exam on november 1st
Im taking test in USA
can you please
let me know the writing questions
and you are one person taking from india which is 10hrs farward than me:)
Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 03:24
Please if any kind person can help me out with reading test "General" on 1 Nov, I am really very close. a small help can let achieve the desired band (6) this is 4th attempts for me.
Answers would help, the last long passage title would help too
my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
I am looking for a person from Australia; New Zealand had a general Ielts on 1 Nov please. Many thanks
Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 06:11
what's your e-mail address?
Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 08:21
Thanks alot for reply ...my weak areas are listening and reading ..writing and speaking is ok but the problem i have work and that is y i could not able to do practice a lot ..:-(
Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 10:14
My week area is task 1 and and 2 of writing. i need sample essays and vocabulary
Plz mail me if anyone have
Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 17:17
would u mind posting about good habits speaking
Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 17:30
hi, i want to help me in practice reading test
Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 20:31
well, as your target is Band 6.0, it doesn't need a lot of efforts. You can certainly do that by practicing over the weekend beside doing your full-time job. If your existing level is Band 5.0 or Band 5.5 in listening and reading, then after practicing for just a couple of week with dedication, you can get Band 6.0 very easily. For listening, try to do the test in Cambridge IELTS book part 8 and 9. Listen to every word the CD says and also read the instructions very carefully. To get Band 6.0 in listening, you need to know that you must have 23 correct answers. Therefore, even if you get all of the answers in section 1 (Questions 1 to 10), then it is very likely to score Band 6.0 in that particular test if you listen carefully to the CD and read the questions beforehand. You may find trouble with Multiple Choices initially, but with only 2 weeks of part time practice, you surely can get rid of most of those worries. All you need to remember in listening - that you need to hear every word of the CD out!
For reading, you would need 30 correct answers to score Band 6.0 in General Training module which could be a steep requirement to your existing reading skills. But as I said earlier that Band 6.0 doesn't not require rigorous practice. In the reading part you would need to concentrate more on questions 1 to 26. These are very basic questions whose answers are pretty straightforward. Meaning, you can easily find those answers in first couple of skimming of the texts. To answer True/False type of questions - you need to know that you only require to verify the question with the information given in the text/passage. If you over think (go by what your mind says) then you will be wrong. So, just be careful here. If you get about 25 of those 26 questions correct, your target is not that far from here! Just remember that to answer questions 27 to 40 of the reading test, you should have a minimum of 23 to 25 minutes.
Friday, October 24, 2014 at 00:44
Describe a habit of one of your friends that you would like to acquire.
You should say:
who the friend is
what the habit is
when you would like to acquire this habit
and explain why you would like to acquire that habit
Every person has some good habits and some bad habits. Bad habits are difficult to break and new habits are hard to form. While bad habits interrupt our life and prevent us from accomplishing our goals, good habits often makes us the better person and they make our life well organized too.
One such good habit that I would like to acquire/adopt is a study habit of one of my university course mate called Nick. We’ve been friends ever since I started university, because I found myself sitting next to him in our first lecture and we kind of just got talking.
Anyway, moving on to what is habit is, well first of all, he always does really well in all our exams, you know, like coming top or second in most of them And what amazes me Is that he doesn’t seem to study all that hard, but still manages to do so well. For example, as well as studying, he’s also got part-time job, which I’m sure must take up quite a bit of his time. So, it’s really impressive to see his task management and task prioritization skills.
As for when I would like to acquire this habit, well, I know it will be bit hard for me to change my existing study style and adopt Nick’s study habits. But, I am sure I am can start learning from him now then I can gradually develop the same study techniques like him over the time and I would be glad to see it in action in my final semester’s exam.
And finally, the reasons for why I would like to adopt that study habit are threefold. For one, it will make a well organized person for sure. Secondly, this study technique can drastically improve my academic performance and finally, because of the high grades in my final examinations, it could help me to land on my dream job.
Friday, October 24, 2014 at 00:49
I hope it helps.
Friday, October 24, 2014 at 00:50
Plzz...guys help me I need 6.5
Friday, October 24, 2014 at 05:01
I need 6.5band
My week areas reading and writing task1
Friday, October 24, 2014 at 05:20
I have IELTS Academic exam in Germany on 25 October. It's my fourth and last chance for an application, anyone did the exam in different time zone ?. I need to know how was the exam ?. Please, I need the writing tasks and reading as well if it's possible
Friday, October 24, 2014 at 08:49
I'm taking the test on 25 October, tomorrow and I have like 17 hours left.
If any of you could kindly share what you'd do if you were in my position, I will be really thankful.
And if any of you have any clue about the test on 25 (academic), spread your words~~~
Friday, October 24, 2014 at 08:51
If I were you, I wouldn't try to learn anything new. I would have done the rivision of speaking test part 1 to 3, brush up the vocabulary needed for task1 and also memorise my writing plans for task 2 for each type of essay. Wouldn't cared about listening and reading as its too easy.
Friday, October 24, 2014 at 09:14
@sss - Sure, I would share the questions to you.
Anyone from AUS/NZ for 1st Nov.
I badly need help !
Friday, October 24, 2014 at 12:33
i have been following this page and especially your advice for couple of months which has been a real help for me, although i have not received my required band. overall i need 7.5 and atleast 7.5 in reading. i have sat for 4 test, got 6.5,7,7,6.5 so could you help me please.
Friday, October 24, 2014 at 14:47
How are you bro, how about the result of 11th october?? i was looking for results but i think they put up the results after 13 days but one of my friend told me that they gonna publish results today, thats 24th oct.
Let me knoe your result.
Friday, October 24, 2014 at 14:49
Which module of the IELTS are you doing?
Which section of the test is holding you up?
To score overall Band 7.5, you need to score Band 8.0 in one or two component of the test if there is no specific requirement such as Band 7.0 in each. To do that you should target Listening and Reading (if you are doing GT). This is where it is very easy to get high score because you are the one who take control of the scoring here as opposed to scoring in Writing and Speaking where the examiner decides your band score.
Let me know your specific requirements and I will help you out.
Email me at:
Friday, October 24, 2014 at 14:57
Good to hear from you after a long time. Yes, I hit the bulls eye eventually. It happened just today! I wasn't say I am over cloud 9 or anything as it should have happened way before. However, I am feeling relieved and can actually in a position to my the next chapter of my life.
I have received the scores as follows:
L 7.5 R 8.0 W 7.0 S 7.5 Overall 7.5
I got another result coming up next Friday (for 18th Oct test) which should yield the similar score + I will get 2 recheck results (of 6th Sept and 20th Sept tests) in second week of Novemeber..They all gonna end up in 7s and 8s everywhere.
I hope you will get desired result too.
P.S. If you took the test at IDP India, then your result should have already been up. Check your online IDP candidate profile and see under 'Exam Result'
IDP India usually publish results online at 9am IST on the 13th day after the test date.And then you get result via courier (usually via Blue Dart) sometime a week after. The tracking information is also there in your profile online on the same page just under your result.
Friday, October 24, 2014 at 15:17
Well, many congratulations to you. Being the ielts victim i can understand the joy of getting desired results as for most us its still a dream. I am really impressed by your generosity and helping nature, i silently followed almost all of your posts(instructions) on page 5 and undoubtedly you deserved this result much earlier. I hope you will hit the mark in upcoming results.(many of us gonna miss you on simon's blog.your suggestions and experience.)
BY the way, i did not got my result today i tried everything but i think my result is not published yet and is the case for many others.
Friday, October 24, 2014 at 15:32
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