If you’ve read my other entry about reading (What to expect and Time Management), then you might want to do some practice reading. Here are some links to a few different kinds of question. Also, at the bottom of the page, you will find some documents you can download.
http://www.examenglish.com/IELTS/cbIELTS_reading.htm (A computer based test)
https://www.teachers.cambridgeesol.org/ts/exams/academicandprofessional/ielts/academicreading (The links at the bottom are to different kinds of question)
http://www.ielts.org/test_takers_information/test_sample/academic_reading_sample.aspx (.pdf sample papers)
http://www.britishcouncil.org/professionals-exams-ielts-reading-exam-home.htm (The links on the bottom left are all practice papers)
Reading – Music
I know it can be difficult to find good, useful IELTS websites that help you with your studies. I’ve posted some links below with descriptions to help you understand what they are for.
This website has got a lot of good practice examples. The menu on the left hand side is below:
From here, you can see hundreds of writing tests and a few reading, speaking and listening examples. It’s best for writing though. The model answers are good, but NOT perfect.
This is an excellent website for speaking example questions. The link above is for Part 1.
This is the British Council’s page. It has some free practice tests for you to try on the left of the page.
In my opinion, these are some of the best pages out there for you.
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