IELTS testing centres in order of time zone

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Post by sham599 » Mon Nov 23, 2015 7:45 pm

Hello there! I will be taking my general exam on Dec 12, 2015. I'm from Toronto,Ontario. Those who are advance date to us. please share your topic regarding Writing and Reading. MY time zone is UTC -5.00. Could you please tell me what time zone is matches with that. Here is my email:shams599@gmail.com

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Post by MagzhanZ » Thu Jan 21, 2016 5:07 pm

Hi! 23rd January is my Academic IELTS date. Could you send me IELTS topics in advance? Thank you!

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Post by batool-1989 » Thu Jan 21, 2016 5:36 pm

Is it possible to know the IELTS questions before taking the real exam ?!!! :shock:

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Post by Nagham ali » Mon Oct 31, 2016 11:08 pm

HI
I NEED TIPS FOR READING to get 7. Please advice. Thanks

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Post by ieltscharlie » Wed Apr 12, 2017 7:31 am

dorot wrote:
Mon Jun 22, 2015 12:39 pm
Zenicanka_ca wrote:Hello all,
I'm not sure if I understand it correctly.
Are there testing centers that have the same listening, reading, and writing parts when held on the same day :o
--for confirmation to this subject above wrote by Zenicanka..it is true?
I don't think anybody here knows the answer for sure. IELTS Examiners certainly won't know. My best guess is that test centres are told which particular papers to use each time they run a test - this is done to make sure that few centres do use the same combination of papers.

So, maybe Auckland is told, one week, to use Listening Test 423, Reading Test 187 and Writing Test 278.
While Sao Paolo uses, in the same week, Listening Test 423, Reading test 673 and Writing Test 276.
The following week these numbers would be different. Maybe Auckland would have the same Listening Test as Moscow. And the assignment of papers would be completely random.

One thing I am sure about, is that all centres will not be using the same papers. It would be too easy, in the Internet age, for the rest of the world to find out the questions used in New Zealand, and if that happened the whole IELTS certification system would collapse.
Charles Cornelius
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