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Getting to know IELTS Listening Test

IELTS Listening test is the same for both Academic and General Training modules. It lasts approximately 30 minutes with four separate sections. At the end, you will be given 10 minutes to write your answer onto your answering sheet.

The listening test features a number of questions types. Knowing how to do these different questions is important to achieve well on the test. One of the question types is multiple-choice questions. You will be given a question and you have to choose one out of three possible answers or two answers out of five choices. The first thing you need to do is look through the questions within the 30 seconds given before you hear the audio. The correct answer can only be selected through careful listening.


Omit any obvious incorrect answers. Mark any key words that you believe would be a possible answer. Check for words that might change the meaning. Do not answer the question based on your personal knowledge or opinion. Listening to a word or phrase from the recording does not necessarily means it’s the correct answer. There would be statements that are quite similar to the correct answer to distract you. So concentrate! Even after you have heard the answer, keep listening, as the speakers may change their mind or add other information. 

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