Tuesday, April 1, 2014

The IELTS Reading Test for the General Training Module

Boring as most people see it, reading is skill that needs learning and practice. Not many individuals enjoy the activity of learning; however, in preparing for an examination, one has to improve his or her reading skill most especially on the IELTS or the International English Language Testing System examination. The IELTS reading examination is different in both Academic and General Training module.

A lot have been said that the General Training module is easier than the Academic Module. Individuals who take the General Training are those individuals who want to study or undergo training on an English-speaking university. IN addition, this is also taken by individuals who are migrating to countries like Australia, Canada and New Zealand. The IELTS General Training test uses a variety of different question types like identifying information, matching information, matching sentence endings, sentence completion, summary completion, table completion, diagram label completion and short-answer questions.



With three different reading tasks, reading topics vary but most of the time, reading materials for the IELTS General Reading are announcements, contracts, and short articles. Topics can usually be about technology, employment, and social concerns. Here are some examples of IELTS reading passages. 

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There are a number of sites online that provide a lot of reading samples in the General Training test. Practicing on these is a good start on your road to the IELTS test. In addition, it will be best to undergo training in an IELTS review center. IELTS review centers train their candidates on how to respond to reading tasks in an easier and much better way. Strategies are taught and techniques are shared to get a better mark for the IELTS reading evaluation.

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