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Academic IELTS Reading Task Types

Academic IELTS Reading Task Types

  1. Multiple choice
  • Choose one answer from alternatives A-D
  • Choose two answers from alternatives A-E
  • Choose three answers from alternatives A-G
  1. Identifying information (T/F/NG)
  • Say whether a statement is True / False or Not Given.
  1. Identifying the writer’s views/claims (Y/N/NG)
  • Say whether a statement agrees with claims or views (Yes), disagrees with the views/claims (No) or whether there is no information on this (Not given).
  1. Matching information
  • Match information to a paragraph in the text.
  1. Matching headings
  • Match a heading from a list of possible answers to the correct paragraph or section of the text.
  1. Matching features
  • Match a list of statements to a list of possible answers in a box (e.g. specific people or theories or dates).
  1. Matching sentence endings
  • Complete a sentence by choosing a suitable ending from a box of possible answers.
  1. Sentence completion
  • Complete a sentence with a suitable word or words from the text within the word limit given.
  1. Notes / summary / table / flow-chart completion
  • Complete notes / a summary / a table / flow-chart with a suitable word (or words from a text).
  1. Labelling a diagram
  • Label a diagram with a suitable word (or words) from the text of from a box of possible answers.
  1. Short-answer questions
  • Answer questions using words from the text.

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