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The IELTS Reading Test




 
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ELTS Reading test lasts for 60 minutes. Students are given an Academic Reading test, or a General Training Reading test. Both tests consist of three sections, and are in order of increasing difficulty

Reading Skills and Question Types - IELTS Preparation
The IELTS Academic Reading Test requires efficient and accurate reading. There's not enough time to read the texts closely so you need to develop the ability to find information quickly.

In this lesson, study notes and activity sheet we'll learn about the skills and strategies you need to practice for Reading Test success.



General Training Reading - IELTS Preparation Series
There are two IELTS Tests - the Academic Test and the General Training Test. The main difference is that the texts you have to read for the General Test are more practical and related to everyday life. In this lesson you'll find examples and strategies for completing the Reading Section of the General Training Test.
IELTS Reading yes-no-not given
Learn an important tip to help you with this difficult IELTS reading question type.


 

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