Free Lesson Schedule 2nd Feb to 8th Feb

Below is the schedule for free IELTS lessons this coming week:

  • Monday: Listening Practice for Maps
  • Tuesday: Reading Practice for Sentence Completion
  • Wednesday: Writing Task 1 Two Line Graph
  • Thursday: Writing Task 2 Improving Sentence
  • Friday: Speaking Answers for Travel and Transport Topic
  • Saturday: Vocabulary
  • Sunday: Free Video Lesson and Lesson Schedule

Lessons will be posted between 1pm and 4pm (UK time) each day.

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Free Lesson Schedule Mon 26 Jan – Sun 1 Feb

Below is the lesson schedule from Monday 26th Jan to Sunday 1st Feb

  • Monday: Listening Practice for Big Numbers
  • Tuesday: Reading Yes No Not Given Practice
  • Wednesday: Writing Task 1 Map Model
  • Thursday: Writing Task 2 Tips – When to give your opinion
  • Friday: Speaking Travel and Transport Topic
  • Saturday: Free Video Lesson Single Sex and Mixed Schools
  • Sunday: Vocabulary and Lesson Schedule

All lessons will be posted around 1pm UK time. Extra lessons may also be posted during the week.

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Free Lesson Schedule: Mon 19th to Sun 25th

Free Lesson Schedule 

  • Monday: Listening: Multiple Choice
  • Tuesday: Reading Multiple Choice
  • Wednesday: Writing Task 1 Map Comparison
  • Thursday: Improving Sentences for Academic Writing
  • Friday: Speaking Part 2 Tips: Will I get a low score if I talk for under 2 mins?
  • Saturday: Video Tutorial on Reading True False Not Given
  • Sunday: Vocabulary and Lesson Schedule

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Recent IELTS Exam Questions and Topics 2017

Share your Recent IELTS Exam Questions: 2017

 

All recent exam questions and topics for 2017 are posted in the comments boxes below. 

After your IELTS test, please help other students by posting the IELTS questions and topics that you got in your test. Post your topics in the comments box at the bottom of the page.

When you post your topics and questions, also add:

  • The type of test – Academic or General Training
  • Date of test
  • Location of test

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  • Please use this page for posting exam questions and topics only.
  • Do not use this page to post me questions. Thanks
  • Some topics relate to 2016. Check the date of posting.

Notice 2017 !!!!!

Please note that I have now put comments into pages. This means if you want to see older comments from last year, please do to the bottom of this page and see the “Older Comments” red link – click it and you will see more exam questions from before.

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Please use this page for posting questions rather than answers. IELTS have not published answers to recent tests and any answers shared by students are estimated not actual.

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Free Lesson Schedule: Jan 12 – Jan 18

Below is the lesson schedule for the coming week:

  • Monday: Listening Table Completion
  • Tuesday: Reading Matching Headings
  • Wednesday: Model Letter for GT writing task 1
  • Thursday: Writing Task 2 Practice with Linking Words
  • Friday: Speaking Part 2: Difficult Topics
  • Saturday: Video Lesson on Reading Y N NG
  • Sunday: Vocabulary Lesson and Lesson Schedule

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Lesson Schedule 5th Jan – 11th Jan

Below is a lesson schedule for the coming week: Monday Jan 5th to Sunday Jan 11th.

  • Monday: Listening Practice for Section 4 with Short Answer Questions
  • Tuesday: IELTS Reading Practice: Choosing a Title
  • Wednesday: Writing Task 1 Overview for Bar Chart with Pie Chart
  • Thursday: Writing Task 2 Advantage /Disadvantage Model Essay
  • Friday: Speaking Part 3 Sample Answers for Topic of Charity
  • Saturday: Free Video Lesson on Listening Multiple Choice
  • Sunday: Vocabulary and Lesson Schedule

All lessons will be posted on ieltsliz.com around 1pm UK time. To get these lessons delivered for free to your inbox, put your email address in the box below.

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Free Lessons: Schedule 29 Dec – 03 Jan

Lessons from Monday to Saturday (29 Dec – 03 Jan)

Monday: Listening Practice Multiple Choice
Tuesday: Practice Speaking Test Video with Model Answers
Wednesday: How to Prepare for Writing Task 1
Thursday: Writing Task 2 Common Topics List
Friday: Speaking Part 1 Topic – Sleep
Saturday: Reading Practice Matching Paragraph Information

These lessons will be posted around 1pm UK time. You can subscribe to get them delivered by email for free by following this link: http://ieltsliz.com/subscribe-for-free-lessons/

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IELTS Frequently Asked Questions

 IELTS Test Information

What does IELTS mean? Answer

IELTS stands for: International English Language Testing System.

How many skills are tested in the IELTS test? Answer

There are 4 skills tested: listening, reading, writing and speaking.

Does the IELTS test accept American English? Answer

Yes, it does. It is an international test of English. However, most examiners in speaking are English or Australian and may not be familiar with very modern American terms.

Which skills do I take on the same day? Answer

Listening, reading and writing are all taken on the same day. The speaking test can be taken either before, after or on the same day as the other skills.

Is there a break between the reading and writing test? Answer

No, there is no break between the listening, reading and writing test. They are all taken together and take a total of 2 hours and 40 minutes. So, make sure you eat and drink well before you take your test

Can I use a pen in my IELTS Test? Answer

Yes, you can use a pen or pencil for your IELTS writing test. However, for your listening and reading test, you must use a pencil (don’t forget to take an eraser with you).

Test Results Information

How long does it take for my test results to arrive? Answer

Your results will be posted to you 13 days after you have taken your test. It is possible to get your results by sms or online at some test centers. Contact them to find out.

How long are my IELTS results valid? Answer

Your IELTS results are valid for 2 years.

How can I find my score for listening and reading? Answer

Here is a list of band scores for both listening and academic reading (they may vary so click here for the official scoring)

  • band score 6 = 23 correct answers out of 40
  • band score 7 = 30 correct answers out of 40
  • band score 8 = 35 correct answers out of 40

Can I get my IELTS test remarked? Answers

Yes, you can. In 2014, it costs around 100 usd to get your test remarked. It is the same price for all 4 skills or just one. You should contact your local IELTS test center to get the form for remarking.If your results change and your band score goes up, you will get your money refunded.

You have 6 weeks after taking your test to get your test remarked. Your test will be remarked by a different examiner. It takes about 6 to 8 weeks for the results of your remark to arrive. Alternatively, you could take your test again.

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