Cambridge IELTS 10 Test 3, Reading Passage 1 | The Context, Meaning and Scope of Tourism (2023)


This passage is about the context, meaning and scope of tourism. There are three types of questions: Matching Headings (1-4), True/False/Not Given (5-10), and Sentence Completion (11-13).



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3 passage, 1 video author and today we're looking at a passage called um.

What is it called the context, meaning and scope of tourism? So the context way tourism happens, meaning what it means to to be a tourist.

What it means to have a good tourist tourism industry is what it means to travel scope of tourism, the size of it okay.

So the title is very self-explanatory: it's going to be kind of an essay on tourism and probably it's it's history and its implications on the world.

So there is the questions we have guys.

We have two types of questions: no actually three types of questions matching headings and then truthful is not given and then sentence completion, okay, um.

So what i'm going to do? I'M going to decide which you know questions to read.

We should not read, but before i do so, i first of all need to remove eight from the answer choices all right because they are giving us example.

So it's very easy to get confused.

So what you might do not paying attention to this example.

You might read a and then try to find a heading for it.

One heading is already chosen all right, so i'm not going to be.

You know trying to find a heading for a because it's already there all right and i'm going to start choosing headings, but it does not mean i will not be reading um.

You know a.

I will still read because any of the answers might come from period of a all right and then i'm not usually used to reading these.

You know it's like i think, reading the headings a list of headings at the beginning is kind of a waste of time.

So i don't really read them because why? I think it's a waste of time, because when i finish reading b, i have to choose a paragraph heading for that and i'm going to have to look at every answer choice.

Why would i you know, look at them at the beginning? Okay, that's why i don't think it's really important the largest employment figures, largest employment figures in the world, found in the travel and tourism industry, because they are saying most people are employed in in the tourism industry.

They are saying no industry, you know, employs more than uh more than tourism and travel industry.

Tourism contributes over six percent of australia's gross national product.

Okay, tourism has a social impact because it promotes recreation, uh, two main features of the travel and tourism industry make its economic, economic, okay, it's not really important.

Uh economic significance is difficult to certain two features of travel and tourism.

Industry uh make its economic significance difficulty.

Certainly, it's economic significance is not easy to understand or is, is easy to see because of the two features uh that are interesting to travel in the tourism industry was, their spending is always greater than the spending of of residents in tourist areas.

Okay, it's easy to show statistically how tourism affects individual economies and no more than three words in greece.

Tourism is the main, the most important something it's very easy um, you know to find greece.

The traveling tourism industry in jamaica is the major something the problems associated with measuring international tourism, often reflected in the measurement of something.

So when we are measuring international tourism, we experience similar problems, reflected guys means reflected similar.

We experience similar problems in measuring something as well all right.

So, okay, the way i do it guys i will be reading a because any of these answers might come from, but i don't see greece, so i don't think there is answer for any of these questions.

I'M gon na be keeping an eye on question number five and six, mostly all right.

I will be looking at these questions like 11 and 13 only when they start talking about greece, jamaica and also about measuring international tourism.

Okay, so you have to always do that in every question you have to find one word that immediately gives you a cue, a signal that says to you know, for example, in my head, i'm i'm going to have to receive a signal.

Saying dear pig, you you remember, reading that there has to be this question.

You know it's being sent signal sent to my.

You know of course mind all right.

So now what i'm going to do, i'm going to start reading and making sure that i'm going to read at the normal pace, so travel has existed since the beginning of time.

Yes, since you know, time started well, since the dawn of time we've been traveling when primitive man set out set out me and start the journey, often traversing great distances in search of game.

Gaming means animals which provide the food and clothing necessary for his survival.


Throughout the course of history, people have traveled for a purpose of trade: okay, they've people travel for different reasons for trade, for religious conviction like, for example, people travel in order to make pilgrimage right.

Economic gain, war, migration and other equally compelling motivations.

People have different travels for different reasons.

In the roman era, wealthy aristocrats and high government officials travel for pleasure or even poor pleasure in the roman empire, so seaside resorts located at pompeii and herculaneum afford it before that means gave okay, so they're using the common word with its less common definition, the they Gave citizens the chance to escape their vacation to their vacation villas in order to avoid the summer heat of rome? Okay, it's kind of modern thing.

Right travel, except during dark ages, has continued to grow and, throughout the recorded history, has played a vital role in the development of civilizations in their economies.

Okay, basically, yes, uh heading for a is very well chosen.

It's it was about the travel history so and there's no answer um.

You know that could be you know any answer i mean i don't think, there's any answer: there's nothing about travel and tourism being the largest employer.


So i'm going to continue reading now now i'm going to read be expecting, of course, to find heading.

That's something i do uh.

Definitely that's! You know i have no other option but to find a heading for b, but also i'm going to now be expecting to find five and six.

I'M gon na keep an eye on them and i'm gon na look at these questions only if they talk about greece all right, so let's go ahead and tourism in the mass forum.

As we know it today is a distinctly 20 20th century phenomenon.

So today, mass tourism is happening.

Mass numbers of people are traveling from one place to another place.

Of course, this probably has been um.

You know put to a grinding hold because of the pandemic, but still things like going back to normal and people starting to travel for work for pleasure for business right.

But you know overall, the mass tourism that we know is actually 20th century phenomenon.

What it means that it came into existence in the 21st century 20th that i'm sorry historians suggest that advent arrival of mass tourism began in england during the industrial revolution of the rise of middle class, okay, middle class rose and availability of relatively inexpensive, transportation and transportation Became cheaper and it became available to people the creation of commercial airline industry following the second world war, so commercial airline, industry and subsequent development of jet aircraft.

These two things uh signal the rapid growth and expansion of international travel.

People start traveling internationally.

This growth led to the development of a major new industry tourism.

In turn, international tourism became the concern of a number of world governments, since it's not only pro, it's not only provided new unemployment opportunities, but also produce a means of earning for an exchange.

So tourism not only has become a employer kind of a job provider, but it also has become a means of a way of earning foreign exchange.

So again, now let's go and look at economic and social significance in of tourism um.

They did not talk about social significance, author.

This one was more about how mass tourism developed, so they it was.

They said it's a 20th century phenomenon and then they said it began in england and they talked about what factors played a role in the growth of mass tourism, so they are talking mainly about mass tourism travel for the development of masterism.

I, like it, the development of mass tourism, the development of mass tourism, so i'm gon na for the time being, stick to it, travel for the wealthy.

They do not talk about travel for the wealthy.

They did not particularly talk about how wealthy, and this might be something that anyone who might not have seen a has already been selected.

You know done, but they might be looking for an answer and then they might choose for a3 because they talked about how in ancient rome wealthy aristocrats did that.

But no there's not answer for this paragraph earning for an extent through tourism i had this is ielts favorite way of trying to trick students into choosing.

I don't think the ielts is trying to trick.

Ielts is just trying to see if you are not going.

If you are going to be uh, what is it attracted to wrong answer choices right so because, just because it's there, it doesn't mean that's an overall idea.

You need to find overall idea of the paragraph earning foreign exchange was the only was only there because they were trying to tell us.

It was one of the two uh.

You know reasons why governments became concerned about international tourism, one of which was and being an employer, and also this being a way of foreign exchange right difficulty in recognizing economic effects of tourism, no contribution of air travel to tourism, some people, i see some people might Be tempted to choose six as well the contribution of air travel to tourism, but it's it was mentioned only in some way in the middle, but the overall paragraph was.

This was even mentioned to tell us how mass tourism developed all right.

So the overall perigee was the bad mass tourism.

The world impact of tourism.

No dance is going to be definitely and i'm going to remove and by the way again, we have no answer.

There's nothing about greece, there's nothing about travel and tourism industry being or having the largest employment figures.

Nothing about any of those things.

Tourism today has grown guys has grown significantly in both economic and social importance.

It has become more socially important and economically important.

Okay in most industrialized countries, over the past few years, the fastest growth has been in the area of services.

Okay, one of the largest segments of the service industry, although largely unrecognized as an entity, an entity is kind of thing in some of these countries is travel and tourism, although it's kind of unrecognized, but it's one of the largest segments of service industry, travel and tourism.

According to the world travel and tourism, council, travel and tourism, okay, travel travel and tourism is the largest is the largest industry in the world on virtually on an economic measure.

Okay, they're saying it's: the largest industry on any economic measure, virtually means almost any economy.

Look at any economic measure, let it be value-added, capital investment, let it be employment, let it be tax contributions.

Okay, let's see um, you know, they're saying, based on the this sentence.

Five is going to be likely to be true, they're, saying on any economic measure, traveling towards the largest industry, but it says virtual: let's go in 1992 industry growth output output is how much um you know was produced.

Right was estimated to be this trillion dollars over 12 percent of all consumer spending.

Oh that's! A lot of you know: gross output right, the travel and tourism industry is the world's largest world's largest employer, almost a million jobs uh or employees.


Now, that's clearly five.

That's clearly, five click.

Five is definitely definitely what true right.

Five is definitely true, because they're clearly saying that um they're clearly saying that the tourism industry is the world's largest employer, with this many jobs being created in this area, but it's the largest employer, so largest employment figures in the toronto and tourism industry.

This industry is the world's leading industrial contributor producing over six percent of the world's national product, accounting for capital investment in excess of this million directly indirect personal taxes.

This year, guys there is six percent.

They are saying this industry, the world's leading industrial contributor, producing over six percent of the world's national product.

There is in the question, accounting for capital investment of this billion dollars right, but but guys, but the question is about the question - is about australian gross national product tourism countries, but there is nothing about uh australia.

So, for me to choose false, it has to say the tax has to say: australia's gross national product contributes not six percent either higher percent or lower percent, but i don't have anything about australian gross national product all right.

So the answer for this one is going to be not given all right.

The answer is going to be not given it's a very typical, not giving question and that most people end up choosing, i guess false.

Thus, tourism has a profound impact on both the world economy and because of the educative, effect of travel and the effects of unemployment on society all right.

So there is, i think, social impact because they are talking about impact on society.

Okay, let's, let's look at it.

So so they are saying, tourism has a social impact because it promotes secretion.

Tourism has a social impact because it promotes recreation.

Recreation is something that people like do to enjoy themselves right, recreation: it has a social impact because it promotes recreation.

Let'S, let's look at it that this part tourism has a profound impact on the world economy and okay, i'm gon na be able to remove this right because it's like it's non-essential class, so tourism has a like now.

If i rewrite it, it's like this.

Tourism has a profound profound impact impact on the world, the world economy, economy and and on society itself, right itself now so, based on this, i know it has social impact because it says it has a profound impact on society itself, but because it promotes the creation, Because of the educative effect of travel and tourism in the trap, because of in fact on the employment, but there's nothing about its impact on society.

Okay, we don't know why it has yes, it's certainly.

It certainly has social impact which, which means tourism, has a social impact, social impact, but there is no.

We don't know why why it hasn't? Okay, we don't know why tourism has a social impact.

Somebody might show dancer false.

Somebody might choose, choose dance of false because they might say okay, because it has educated the effect right, educative, uh effect.

But can you look at what educated effect educated effect is on the employment, but it's not related to social impact right.

So if it was, if it was guys, tourism has a um like what kind of societal impact, because it promotes it, because it's if it's sad, if it's at, because it promotes job opportunities and because it has educational fights sites.

I'M sorry, then you would choose true.

But now there's nothing about it's promoting anything, so we don't know that is going to be for this one, not given.

Okay, that's a probably difficult, uh choice.

Most people would probably i keep you know making this pop up.

So all right again at this time of the day, everyone starts writing to me, but anyway, let's continue.

Okay, however, the major, oh by the way i chose, i have to choose heading for this right, okay, but by the way i have to unstrike through all right.

So i'm going to choose for this one for this one: economic and social significance of tourism, right, significant social importance, significance, economic and social and throughout the period they talked about male economic impact, and then they talked about social impact as well.

So that's an easy one.

Okay, that's an easy one.

So, but i let's look at some other answer choices that might possibly tempt some of you guys travel for the wealthy.

They did not talk about travel for the earning for next year.

That was actually in part in the previous paragraph.

Difficulty in recognizing they could nothing and not no.

No, these right.

I don't see anybody choosing any other option all right.

However, the major problems of the travel and tourism industry that have hidden or obscured obscured its economic impact is economic significance, uh impact the diversity and fragmentation of the industry itself.

Okay, guys, we have an answer here so whenever i feel like i've found an answer, i'm going to slow down a little bit, i'm going to go to the question and read it.

Two main features of the travel and tourism industry make its economic significance to feel difficult to certain.

The question is saying: there are two features of travel and tourism industry and those two things make its economic significance difficult to establish um various in the text.

They are saying the same thing, so the major problems with travel and tourism industry that have hidden or obscured its economic impact, its economic impact, its economic significance.

It means difficulty certain they have hidden those two problems.

Those problems have hidden of skirt.

These are two diversity in fragmentation.

These are two main features, guys diversity, so tourism is very diverse and it's fragmented.

It's divided, okay.

The answer for this one is going to be it's such a nice.

True question: it's such a nice.

True question.

I mean the way.

It's written is very well indeed, i mean you see, there is a difference between those created by amateur test, writers and very professional test writers.

Visitor spending is always greater than spending of residents in tourist areas, which and also statistically show easy to show how tourism.

In fact, okay, the travel industry includes hotels.

They are talking about in diversity of it, motels other types of accommodation, restaurants and other food services, transportation, service facilities, amusements attractions, other leisure for sales, gift jobs and a lot of other enterprises.

Since many of these businesses also sold local residents, so that's residents spending okay, they also serve local.

The impact of spending by visitors can easily be overlooked or underestimated, because these services businesses not only serve tourists but also local residents.

It's very easy to underestimate or overlook overlook means to ignore how much spending is coming from visitors.

But is there anything about how much which spends more, i mean how much it spends, there's nothing about how much visitors spend and how much local residents spend and there's no comparison between the two.

So it's very likely to be not given.

Okay, there's no comparison between the two and they're, not saying one is spending more than the other, so the answer is going to be not given all right.

In addition, mace points out the tourism industry involves concepts that have remained amorphous to both analysts and decision makers.

Moreover, in all nations these problems, i don't know what amorphous means.

I'M more amorphous.

I guess it's usually in chemistry, amorphous and when it's unclear, i guess so.

Tourism involves concepts that have remained amorphous to both analyze, so, moreover, in all nations, this problem has made it difficult the fact that it has remained amorphous and all nation.

This problem has made it difficult for the industry to develop any reliable or credible tourism information base.

So in all nations, the problem guys has been the creation of reliable, credible tourism information center base.

In order to estimate the contribution it makes to regional, national and global economies.

They want to know how much impact in contribution tourism is making to regional, national and global economies, but there's no way of developing reliable, credible tourism.

Okay, various in the question they are saying it's easy to show statistical various in the text, they're saying it's very difficult to develop any type of reliable, credible tourism information base to show statistically that's reliable, a credible source of information, not information based, but they're, saying it's Difficult there's in the question saying it's easy, but individual economies guys these are regional, national and global economies.

It affects its contribution so that everything is there, but that's just going to be false.

It's not easy.

It's actually difficult.


The nature of this diversity very diverse, makes traveling uh tourism, ideal vehicles for economic development in a wide variety of countries, regions and communities.

Okay, you see the good thing about ielts reading.

It's a really nice way of practicing lighting as well, although it's not really really related, but it's like.

I want you guys to pay attention to the last sentence.

How here this sentence is kind of telling us what might come in the next paragraph, all right.

So that's what a good concluding sentence in the body paragraph should denial's writing.

It should tell you what the next paragraph will be about.

I mean ideally that's the case, but it's not always easy to do or any execution.

So now this paragraph was about some of the aspects of travel and tourism industry that make it difficult to ascertain its economic significance, travel for the wealthy, no earning for an exchange through tourism.

They did not talk about it, difficult in recognizing economic effects of it.

Yes, we are finding it difficult to ascertain its economic impact because of what it's fragmentation and diversity.

So the answer is going to be five for paragraph d.

So now i'm going to continue reading, i'm gon na, of course find e.

But i think these answers are here, because they've got a lot of countries right once the exclusive province of the wealthy okay, it was only for the wealthy okay, so it was for the wealthy travel and tourism have become an institutionalized way of life.

If something has become institutionalized way of life, i mean our lives have been institutionalized right.

We go to you, know, preschool nursery primary school middle school, high school university and then go to your in your.

Your life has been institutionalized and then what it means institutionalize.

I mean when you get a job, they, you know as part of the agreement, you get to travel right and you can only travel, i guess if you're working for some company or organizational government there are certain times of the year.

You can.

You know take this opportunity right.

In fact, macintosh and goldener suggests the tourism has become the largest commodity international trade for many nations.

Okay, this guy's is commodity, which is my speaker that i show all the time this is commodity right.

This is the thing, but although it's not i mean tourism is not tangible, i mean there are so many hotel chains.

There are so many uh cafes and restaurants, which primarily are opened with tourists in mind, and that's why it has become the largest commodity for a significant number of other countries, right uh.

It ranks second or third.

For most countries, it's number one commodity, but for most other countries is ranked second or third, for example, tourism is the major source of income in bermuda, greece, italy, spain, um, but switzerland and most caribbean countries.

Okay, guys we've got an answer, so there is greece as well.

It has become a major source of income instead of major they are using mo.

These are most important here, they're using major, so i'm going to write source of income that this list includes increase as well.

So the answer is going to be is going to be source of source of income all right.

In addition, in addition, hawkins and richie, like now the different people - i guess quoting from data published by the american express companies, as you have traveling tourism industry - is the number one ranked employer in bahamas: brazil, canada, france, former west, germany, hong kong, italy, jamaica, japan and Singapore and the us and the united kingdom, okay, it's now number one employer they're saying in these countries.

It's number one employer all right so now, instead of number one they're using major so 12 is going to be 12 is going to be employer.

Okay, quite an easy one right, however, because of the problems of definition, which directly affected statistical measurement, it's not possible with any degree of certainty, uh to provide precise, valid, reliable data about the extent of worldwide tourism participation or its economic impact.

So they're saying we will find it, there are problems and then those problems have to do with definition, uh.

You know when measuring international tourism and in many cases similar difficulties arise that these are reflected difficulties now synonyms as well.

When attempts are made to measure domestic tourism - okay, that's an easy one.

So that's going to be domestic tourism, but i'm going to quickly explain again.

So that's domestic tourism right domestic tourism, again you're really you're, really relish.

When you do ielts questions, so it's not possible with any degree of certainty to produce.

You cannot be 100 certain that, oh that's, a precise, valid, reliable data about the extent of worldwide tourism participation, its economic impact.

You cannot say, for example, worlds why tourism contributes to the world economy with this percent.

You cannot precisely say that in many cases, similar difficulties, similar difficulties, problems, problems at rise, similar means reflected when attempts are made to measure that's measurement when we are measuring domestic tourism.

So dance is going to be domestic tourism, so this one was about more about how the world its impact on the world in different countries in different countries.

It's the number one commodity in different countries.

It's the major source of company income in different countries.

It is our number one employer, so that's why it's going to be it's going to be the world impact of tourism.

Okay, quite an easy one.

So i'm going to choose seven as an answer, so this is going to be seven.

So which concludes my you know.

I guess walk through and i will see you guys with passage two with the rock


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What is the meaning and scope of tourism? ›

According to these authors, tourism “is the sum of relations and phenomena resulting from the travel and stay of people outside their usual place of residence, provided that these travels and experiences are not used for the practice of a main lucrative activity, permanent or temporary”.

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What is the tourism meaning? ›

Tourism is a social, cultural and economic phenomenon which entails the movement of people to countries or places outside their usual environment for personal or business/professional purposes.

What is scope and meaning? ›

: space or opportunity for action or thought. full scope for expression. 2. : area or amount included, reached, or viewed : range. a subject broad in scope.

What is the scope of the study in tourism? ›

Studying tourism can open up a number of lucrative job options, from becoming a travel agent to working in hotel management. Topics like destination marketing, customer service, and event management are frequently covered in Travel and Tourism courses.

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What are the 4 main types of tourism? ›

  • Types of Tourism.
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The five vital components of tourism system are Attraction, Accessibility, Accommodation, Amenities and Activities.

Why is it called tourism? ›

Etymology. The English-language word tourist was used in 1772 and tourism in 1811. These words derive from the word tour, which comes from Old English turian, from Old French torner, from Latin tornare - "to turn on a lathe", which is itself from Ancient Greek tornos (τόρνος) - "lathe".

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Some common synonyms of scope are compass, gamut, orbit, range, and sweep. While all these words mean "the extent that lies within the powers of something (as to cover or control)," scope is applicable to an area of activity, predetermined and limited, but somewhat flexible.

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What is the importance of tourism scope and development? ›

Tourism boosts the revenue of the economy, creates thousands of jobs, develops the infrastructures of a country, and plants a sense of cultural exchange between foreigners and citizens.

Why is tourism important? ›

It creates jobs, strengthens the local economy, contributes to local infrastructure development and can help to conserve the natural environment and cultural assets and traditions, and to reduce poverty and inequality.

What is the size and scope of tourism industry? ›

Growing at a rate of 7.5%, as per World travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), tourism stands tall as an important category of services exports - with a contribution to the global GDP of Rs 8.22 lakh crore (7%), offering 37.4 million jobs, 9% of the total employment.

Is IELTS exam easy or hard? ›

Preparing for the IELTS exam includes focusing on different areas of the English language. The difficulty level of skill may vary from a person to person. Listening can be difficult for someone while reading can be difficult for others. Similarly, writing can be the hardest for a few candidates.

Which part of IELTS reading is easiest? ›

In the reading test, there are 3 passages, and we will start with Passage 1, as it's the easiest. If the passage has a title, read it; if not, move to the next step.

Who got the highest IELTS score? ›

Which countries score the highest IELTS Overall Band Score (Academic Module)?
  • Germany. 7.6. 7.4. 6.6. 7.3. 7.3.
  • United Kingdom. 7.3. 6.8. 6.5. 7.5. 7.1.
  • Malaysia. 7.2. 6.2. 6.6. 6.8.
  • Philippines. 7.2. 6.8. 6.2. 6.8. 6.8.
  • France. 7.1. 6.1. 6.6. 6.7.
  • Greece. 7.3. 6.5. 6.7.
  • Spain. 6.8. 7.1. 6.1. 6.6. 6.7.
  • Italy. 6.6. 5.9. 6.4. 6.6.
May 25, 2016

Which Cambridge IELTS book is difficult? ›

Some of the tests in books are very difficult and some are very easy. For example: In Cambridge IELTS 8 book, test 3 academic reading is very tough as compared to the other tests. They try to make them at a similar level but there are bound to be some differences.

How can I practice IELTS reading at home? ›

Helpful Tips for IELTS Reading Test
  1. Practise reading different kinds of texts in English to develop the habit of reading quickly.
  2. Before you answer any question, read each question properly to make it easier to find answers later. ...
  3. Start with a cursory reading of the text to have a generic idea what it is about.

Can I pass IELTS without grammar? ›

Grammar is not tested directly in this exam, so you might be surprised to hear this. But it is true: Proper English grammar is very important for getting a high IELTS score! Even though there is no part of the IELTS that focuses only on grammar, you will need to study grammar to get on the path to exam success.

Can we repeat words in IELTS? ›

You should not repeat vocabulary words in IELTS Speaking or Writing. Even if you have some high-level and impressive words and phrases in your vocabulary, but keep saying them again and again, your score cannot go beyond band 6 in the IELTS Speaking section.

Can you repeat words in IELTS writing? ›

As we have seen today, repetition is something to be avoided in IELTS writing. We can do this in three main ways – synonyms, pronouns, and omission. Ideally, a mixture of these will be used in order to create natural and sophisticated answers that avoid repeating the same words over and over.

Which passage is most difficult in IELTS reading? ›

'True, False, Not Given' questions require you to identify if the information in a text is true or not. You will be given a number of factual statements and have to check in the text whether they are true. This is probably the most difficult question in the reading paper.

How to tackle IELTS listening section 3? ›

The same tips apply to all parts of the Listening Test:
  1. Read the title, if there is one.
  2. Skim the questions.
  3. Guess the gaps before you listen.
  4. Pay attention to spelling, especially plurals.
  5. Watch out for distractors.
  6. The answers are in the synonyms, so build your vocabulary.

How to skim a passage for IELTS reading? ›

Reading the introduction and conclusion of a reading passage is one skimming technique when doing questions like a title match. This will allow you to get the main idea of the reading passage. In order to get the general overview of the reading passage, read the first and last paragraph.

Which is the most difficult section in IELTS reading? ›

The score bands are the same for all the four modules but not all are equally easy or difficult. Some find listening difficult and writing easy while others feel speaking a tough task. According to several surveys on IELTS modules, the Writing module is the toughest among the four.

What is the lowest score in IELTS reading? ›

The IELTS reading band score is graded from 1-9 scale in increments of 0.5 with band 9 being the highest grade and band 1 being the lowest score.

How can I get 8.5 in IELTS reading? ›

Let's go through each section one by one:
  1. LISTENING. There are few points which can be kept in mind while taking up the listening test to achieve an 8 band score. ...
  6. PRACTICE. ...
  7. READING. ...
Mar 4, 2020

How to complete IELTS reading in 1 hour? ›

Tips to prepare for the IELTS Reading test:
  1. Learn about the test format. ...
  2. Learn about different question types. ...
  3. Implement skimming and scanning technique. ...
  4. Use context clues. ...
  5. Distribute your time appropriately. ...
  6. Build your vocabulary. ...
  7. Transfer your answers concurrently. ...
  8. Read and practise more often.
Dec 20, 2021

How can I practice IELTS listening at home? ›

8 ways to improve your IELTS listening score
  1. No surprises: know the test.
  2. YOLO! ( You Only Listen Once)
  3. Follow your heart.
  4. Audio scripts.
  5. Synonyms.
  6. Get real – real life listening.
  7. Check it twice, be precise!
  8. Think in English.

What is the trick for listening in IELTS? ›

Helpful Tips for IELTS Listening Test. Before the recording begins for any section, do read all the questions carefully. This will help follow the recordings and identify the answers easily. Once a section is complete, you can move ahead and read up the questions for the next section.

How can I improve my English listening skills for IELTS? ›

Helpful Tips for IELTS Listening Test (Preparation)
  1. Practice with different accents. ...
  2. Prepare for every type of question. ...
  3. Improve your Vocabulary. ...
  4. Practice listening and writing answers. ...
  5. Differentiate between essential and non-essential. ...
  6. Use abbreviations. ...
  7. Concentrate. ...
  8. Ignore the unknown words.
Apr 13, 2023

What makes IELTS reading difficult? ›

You might be wondering, “is IELTS reading difficult?” The test's difficulty varies for everyone, but the biggest challenge of the IELTS Reading section comes from having to understand a large amount of text and answer questions about what you read in a short amount of time.

How can I complete IELTS reading in less than an hour? ›

Managing your time in the test is essential in the IELTS Reading section, as you only get 60 minutes to complete the above-listed tasks.
  1. Learn about the test format.
  2. Learn about the test format. ...
  3. Learn about different question types.
  4. Learn about different question types. ...
  5. Implement skimming and scanning technique.

Which month is easy for IELTS exam? ›

Which is the best month for IELTS? The examination board adds the speaking topics are generally during January, September, and May. Therefore, the best time to take this exam would be before the questions change, meaning in the months of August, April, and December.

Can I pass IELTS without preparation? ›

IELTS can be passed without being trained, but even if a person has a very good level of language, one will need to figure out how the test works and what the task requires. This applies to all parts of the test, as everything has to be built according to plan.

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