Part 1 Questions: Fill in the gap (one word only).
Part 2 Questions: Multiple choice.
Part 3 Questions: Multiple choice.
Part 4 Questions: Fill in the gap (one word only).
Part 1 Questions: True/False/Not Given, Fill in the gap (one word only).
Part 2 Questions: Matching headings, Fill in the gap (one word only).
Part 3 Questions: Multiple choice, Match sentence endings, Yes/No/Not Given.
Writing task 1 (a report)
We were given two bar graphs describing the numbers of Australian employed men and women, by age groups (15-19, 35-44, 61-64) in years 1984, 2004 and 2014.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
In many countries students do not want to study science subjects at university. Why is this happening? What will be the consequences of this for the society?
Part 1 (Interview)
– Can you tell me your full name, please?
– Can I see your identification?
– Let’s talk about the place where you live.
– What things don’t you like about your hometown?
– Let’s talk about haircuts.
– How long have you had your current haircut?
– How often do you get a haircut?
– Have you ever had an unpleasant haircut experience?
– Do you like to change the colour of your hair? Why or why not?
– Let’s talk about walking.
– Do you walk a lot?
– Do you walk more now than you did in the past?
– Do you think people will walk more in the future?
Part 2 (Cue Card)
Describe a place where you read and write, apart from your home. Please say
– What place is this?
– How often do you visit it?
– Why do you like this place?
Part 3 (Discussion)
– Can you tell me about some other places where you can read or write?
– Why do you think home can be a convenient place to study?
– Do you think that children can create a disturbance to your study at home?
– Some people think that a public park can be a great place to study. Why?