IELTS Pattern Changes – January 2020
There seems to be only one news that seems to be more popular now than the changes in the IELTS test – and that is news about Coronavirus. Since we are more in tune with the first and not with the latter, we will now talk about the changes in IELTS.TL;DR (Too Long, Didn’t Read) Version: The Changes Do Not Matter!
If you still want to know what those changes are, continue reading.
🦻Only in Listening!
There are changes only in the listening section of the test. All other sections remain untouched.
We are guessing that these changes have been made to make the listening module in the computer delivered IELTS test and the paper test more uniform.
🔬Change #1: There will be no example.
🔬Change #2: Sections will now be called parts
🔬Change #3: There will be no mention of page numbers.
There is no change 4 or 5 or anything else for that matter. These are all the changes. Every other section remains the same. Happy Preparing!
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