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The IELTS (International English Language Testing System) Reading test is one of the four main sections of the IELTS exam, which is widely used for assessing English language proficiency for academic and immigration purposes. The IELTS Reading test evaluates your ability to understand and interpret written English texts.

The IELTS Reading test consists of three sections, each with a different type of text:

  1. Academic Reading: This section includes three long texts taken from books, journals, magazines, and newspapers. The texts are academic in nature, and the topics may vary across disciplines such as science, social science, and humanities.

  2. General Training Reading: Similar to the Academic Reading section, this section includes three texts, but the texts are more general in nature and taken from sources such as notices, advertisements, and workplace documents.

  3. IELTS Reading Question Types: Regardless of whether you’re taking the Academic or General Training version, the types of questions you encounter are similar. They may include multiple-choice questions, matching headings to paragraphs, matching information, True/False/Not Given questions, completing sentences or summaries, and matching sentence endings.

The IELTS Reading test is designed to assess your ability to understand main ideas, detailed information, logical argumentation, and the writer’s opinions and attitudes. You’ll have one hour to complete the entire Reading test. Your performance is scored on a scale from band 1 to band 9, with higher bands indicating higher proficiency in English reading skills.

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