Recent IELTS Questions from 31 January 2015

IELTS Questions from 31st January 2015

Here are some of the questions asked in the IELTS examination all over the world. Thank you very much for all test takers who shared their experience with us.

 

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IELTS in USA (Academic)

Here are the questions asked in the USA.

Writing Task1:

This was a bar chart comparing the percentage of population over 60 in different continents between the years 2000 and 2050.

Writing Task2:

The economic growth in developing and developed countries are making people richer. However the research indicates that people in the developing countries is happier than people in developed countries. What is your opinion on this?

Task 1 Table:

Task-1 was a table about how the global warming can be reduced by the consumers? give the consumers opinion and researchers opinion

Task 2 Essay:

The use of mobile phone in the public place should be banned, such as in library, transportation and shop.
To what extent do you agree or disagree?

IELTS in Thailand

This was the second time of mine and unfortunately it was harder than previous one for me.

For the writing part 1: it was a bar chart concerning about population in four countries in 1995, 2005 and 2020.

In writing part 2: it’s an opinion question about the argument of some people on too much protection and too much support for wild animals and birds, do you agree or disagree type of question.

Finally, in the speaking test, the examiner asked me a cue card about:

What mode of transportation do you like the most.

what does it look like

why I like it

and what would I use it for?

The third part was about causes of traffic jam and the solutions?

 

I hope this post will help future IELTS test takers and will provide them some topics to think on.

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