Welcome to your IELTS listening lessons. This section should be completed after studying the Reading, Writing and Speaking Lessons.

For a limited time, we are including 3 listening simulations for FREE!

Now it is time to dig into your IELTS listening exam simulations!

Here is your first one:

Listening Exam 1

This is the first Listening Exam Simulation for you to work through.

Remember to incorporate the techniques we discussed!

Complete all of the questions in 30 minutes.

At the end, you will see:
1) How your score correlates with the IELTS Band.
✓ This will help you know where you are right now.
2) A breakdown of your individual score in each individual question type.
✓ This will help you see if there are any weaknesses (and strengths!) for certain question types.
3) Click on View Questions and you will see the explanation of why each answer you chose is correct or incorrect.
✓ This will help you to link your English knowledge in an IELTS-context.

Good luck!

Are you ready for the second one?

Listening Exam 2

This is your second listening exam simulation!

Complete all of the questions in 30 minutes.

At the end, you will see:
1) How your score correlates with the IELTS Band.
✓ This will help you know where you are right now.
2) A breakdown of your individual score in each individual question type.
✓ This will help you see if there are any weaknesses (and strengths!) for certain question types.
3) Click on View Questions and you will see the explanation of why each answer you chose is correct or incorrect.
✓ This will help you to link your English knowledge in an IELTS-context.

Good luck!

Finally, here is your third and final listening exam simulation!

Listening Exam 3

This is your third listening exam simulation!

Complete all of the questions in 30 minutes.

At the end, you will see:
1) How your score correlates with the IELTS Band.
✓ This will help you know where you are right now.
2) A breakdown of your individual score in each individual question type.
✓ This will help you see if there are any weaknesses (and strengths!) for certain question types.
3) Click on View Questions and you will see the explanation of why each answer you chose is correct or incorrect.
✓ This will help you to link your English knowledge in an IELTS-context.

Good luck!

If you wish to study more listening tasks after these, listed below are the free ones available from the British Council, IDP and Cambridge.

Listening Practice Test 1 (British Council) https://takeielts.britishcouncil.org/prepare-test/free-ielts-practice-tests/listening-practice-test-1

Listening Exams by question type (IDP) https://ieltscanadatest.com/prepare-for-ielts/practice-tests/free-ielts-practice-tests-general/

 

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