The IELTS reading test is for 60 minutes (no extra transfer time), and there are 40 questions. Here are a few tips that will be helpful during the test:
- You may write your answers directly on the answer sheet or you may write them on the question paper and transfer them to the answer sheet before the end of the test. You will not be given extra time to transfer answers at the end of the test. Nothing you write on the question paper will be marked.
- You must write your answers in pencil.
- An example of a completed Reading answer sheet is given on the next page.
- ‘Completion’ question types (e.g. note completion): – The same rules apply to ‘completion’ question types as in Listening (see above). – The word(s) you use must be taken from the Reading text. You will not need to change the form of the word(s) in the text.
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