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IELTS Reading: techniques
I asked some of my students to list the most important things to remember in the IELTS
reading test. Here are their top 6 tips:

IELTS Reading: my advice

Here is my list of advice and techniques for IELTS reading:
1. Don't read the whole text; you haven't got enough time. Just go straight to the
questions.
2. 'Paragraph' questions are much easier if you do them last. Do other sections first.
3. The answers to most questions should be in the correct order in the text, so you don't
need to go back to the beginning to start looking for the next answer.
4. Read all instructions carefully.
5. Look for 'keywords'. There are usually words in the questions that are similar to words
you need to find in the text. For example, if the text contains the word "global", the
question might use the word "international". If you find the similar words, you have
probably found the answer.
6. You must get to the end and answer every question. If you don't finish, you might miss
some easy points.
7. Some questions are difficult because their aim is to separate band 8 and band 9. Don't
waste time on difficult questions. Miss them, finish the exam, and return to them at
the end.

IELTS Reading: time

'Not having enough time' is the biggest problem for most people taking the reading test.
Here are some tips for dealing with this problem:
1. Go straight to the first question. Don't waste time reading the full passage or the

first sentence of each paragraph, and don't read any of the other questions.
2. Do 'paragraph' questions last. Questions that ask you to match headings or

statements with paragraphs are much easier if you are already familiar with
the passage.
3. Don't get stuck on one question. As soon as you realise that you are having

difficulties with a question, leave it and move to the next one. Return to difficult
questions later if you have time.
4. Remember that the answers to most question sections are in order in the

passage. You don't need to go back to the beginning of the passage to search
for each answer.
5. Only skim or scan for numbers and names. Otherwise, read at normal speed.
6. Work with an alarm. You can't do this in an exam, but at home you could set the

alarm (on your phone) for 2 minutes and try to do each question within this
time.
Note:
When preparing for the reading test at home, try not to worry about time at first. Your
first concern should be to get the score you need, even if it takes you 3 hours instead of
1 hour ...
IELTS Reading: techniques
I asked some of my students to list the most important things to remember in the IELTS
reading test. Here are their top 6 tips:
IELTS Reading: my advice
Here is my list of advice and techniques for IELTS reading:
1. Don't read the whole text; you haven't got enough time. Just go straight to the
questions.
2. 'Paragraph' questions are much easier if you do them last. Do other sections first.
3. The answers to most questions should be in the correct order in the text, so you don't
need to go back to the beginning to start looking for the next answer.
4. Read all instructions carefully.
5. Look for 'keywords'. There are usually words in the questions that are similar to words
you need to find in the text. For example, if the text contains the word "global", the
question might use the word "international". If you find the similar words, you have
probably found the answer.
6. You must get to the end and answer every question. If you don't finish, you might miss
some easy points.
7. Some questions are difficult because their aim is to separate band 8 and band 9. Don't
waste time on difficult questions. Miss them, finish the exam, and return to them at
the end.
IELTS Reading: time
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