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Academic Module / General Module
The Academic module is for studies at undergraduate / postgraduate level or for professionals, eg. Nursing
The General Training module is normally for those who want to migrate to an English – speaking country .
A wide range of topics are covered and they are relevant and accessible to those wanting to study at university level. General knowledge is required.
All candidates take the same test
At the beginning of each section you will hear a summary of the part you are about to listen .
English native-speaker accents on the recordings for example, Australian, British, New Zealand and North American .
Write your answers on the Writing answer sheet. You will not get two answer sheets for both task 1 and task 2any paper for making notes, but you can write notes on the question paper. The examiner will not see these.
You can write in pen or pencil, but you must write clearly. You may erase/cross out and change parts of your writing, but you must make sure that your writing is easy to read
Punctuation is assessed in the Writing test
Yes. You must write at least 150 words for the Task 1 question and 250 words for the Task 2 question. If you don’t write enough words, you will be penalised.
No. Task 2 contributes twice as much as Task 1 to the Writing score.
You only have 60 minutes to answer the questions and to transfer your answers onto your answer sheet.
Yes its different for both modules.
An understanding of the text structure can be very helpful when answering the questions.
Yes, make sure your answer is grammatically correct where you have to write your answer in words, e.g. short-answer questions, sentence completion, summary completion.
If you say something you have memorised, you probably won’t answer the examiner’s question and give a totally different answer
The topics are carefully chosen to reflect common experiences, and day to day life
2 minutes. You should try to talk 2 minutes to give the examiner a good sample of your English.
No, the examiner is not allowed to give feedback.
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