IELTS reading tutorial part4

IELTS reading tutorial part4 tips for Reading:

No more than two words: Tip: This means that there is at least one answer which fulfils the condition, i.e.,  there will be one question with Two Words as an answer.

No more than three words: Tip: This means that there is at least question with Three Words as an answer.

 

 

IELTS Reading Tutorial Part4

One word and/or a number

Tip: This means that there is at least one answer which fulfills the condition; there will be one question with One word & a Number i.e. alphanumeric answer as the answer.

Two words and/or a number

Tip: This means that there is at least one answer which fulfills the condition, which is there will be one question with Two words & a Number i.e. alphanumeric answer as the answer.

Three words and/or a number

Tip: This means that there is at least one answer which fulfills the condition, which is there will be one question with Three words & a Number i.e. alphanumeric answer as the answer.

Which paragraph contains the following information?

Tip: Look for Synonyms

Match the following

Tip: Eliminate which you think are unrelated, correct ones are left.

List of Headings

Tip: Most of the times answers lies in the first (or) the last sentence.

True, false, not given (Yes, No, Not Given)

Tip: Answer all the “True” answers first

Answer “false” questions next

Remaining are “not given”

Table completion

Tip: Concentrate on where the blank is, which is the “Topic”

Fill in the blanks (Diagram)

Tip: Most of the times complete information regarding it is given in only one paragraph. Look for that paragraph

There are fewer options you may use any option more than once

Tip: This means “One of the options is going to be the answer for two Questions”

Write the answers that you find first, only after you are done with this, go for the answers that are not found.

There is no negative marking, so do not leave any question unanswered.

Do not use logic to find the answer

Knowing the vocabulary ( Synonyms and Antonyms )

Look at the condition as an indication