In an IELTS reading practice test, you can expect a variety of question types designed to assess different reading skills. Here are the common types of questions you may encounter:

  • Multiple Choice Questions: These questions require you to choose the correct answer from several options. They test your ability to understand specific details and main ideas within the text.

  • True/False/Not Given: For these questions, you need to determine whether the statements provided are true, false, or not given based on the information in the text. This type of question evaluates your ability to identify factual accuracy and implicit information.

  • Matching Information: You will match information, such as headings, features, or names, to specific parts of the text. This tests your ability to scan and locate specific information.

  • Sentence Completion: These questions ask you to complete sentences with words or phrases from the text. They assess your understanding of key details and vocabulary within the context.

  • Summary, Note, Table, or Flow-Chart Completion: You'll complete a summary, notes, a table, or a flow-chart using words from the text. These questions evaluate your ability to understand and condense information.

  • Diagram Label Completion: You must label a diagram with words from the text. This question type tests your ability to comprehend and visualize information.

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