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IELTS General Reading
There are three sections for general IELTS reading paper. Section 1 contain two or three texts. Section 2 contains two texts and section 3 has only one long text. Section 1 deals with everyday topics and we need to pick out important information such as notices, advertisements and timetables while we read those texts. In text 2 focuses on work topics such as job descriptions, staff development and training materials. In section 3 deals with the topic of general interest. Section 3 is complex and longer than the other section. Section 3 is also taken from newspapers, magazines, books and online resources. We need to transfer our answers during the examination time that is within 1 hour to the answer sheet and unlike listening test, we do not get extra time for transferring our answers to the answer sheet. Time duration for reading test in 60 minutes, the number of sections are three types and the number of questions are 40. Each correct answer carries 1 mark and there is no negative mark for wrong answers.
Type of Questions
Type 1 – Multiple Choice
This type of question maybe with 4 possible answers such as A, B, C, D and so on. We have to write the correct answers from the options. This type of question is to test our reading skills including detailed understanding of specific points or general understanding of the main points of the text.
Type 2 – Identifying Information (true/false/not-given)
This type of question test our ability to recognise specific information given in the text. We have to clear about false and not given. False means that the statement contradicts the information in the text. Not given means that the statement neither agrees with nor contradicts the information in the text.