Practice Tests for IELTS

Practice Tests for IELTS is a complete printable test that will help to practice The IELTS exam and help you to pass the test with your desired score. 

Practice Tests for IELTS to work on your IELTS skills (no time limits)

To prepare well for the IELTS exam you need to have a strategy for each sub-test (Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking). This means knowing what things to do, and in which order, when you receive a test paper.

When you start working with this IELTS self-study book. You will find all the necessary tips are located in the book. You need to read and then apply these tips and techniques when you are practicing on some of these tests. Don’t time yourself. concentrate on learning the techniques and making sure they work for you.

You will need to print out some pages from the practice tests. for easier learning and to work in the same way as in the real test. Print the Listening questions and the Reading passages and questions. You can read the Writing and Speaking questions from your computer or mobile device if you wish to save paper and ink.

If Listening is one of your weaker skills, use transcripts while listening to recordings, when you hear words or sentences that you don’t understand. Stop the recording, rewind, locate in the transcript the sentence you had a problem with, read it, and then listen to the recording again.

If Reading is hard for you, after doing the Reading test use the Answer Help section of these practice tests to understand why the answers in the Answer key are correct. It will show you the exact locations of the answers in the Reading passages.

To compare your own writing to high-scoring samples go to Example Writing Answers and read them. Note the way the information is selected and reported in Writing Task 1, and the way an essay is organized in Writing Task 2.

To practice in Speaking, either read to yourself the Speaking test questions or get a friend to help with that. Record your answers and then listen to the recording. Note where you make long pauses while searching for the right word, pay attention to your errors, and your pronunciation. Compare your own performance to that of students in sample interviews, and read their Examiner’s reports.