Today I would like to share some info about my IELTS exam. This is a good thing to know whether yours is coming up soon or even if you are a Teacher that would like to share it with your students and help them get prepared for their test.
A little background info…
If you’re new to Why I Post, let me tell you a quick background on me. You can simply skip to the next section if you’re not new here.
I’m Marcelle and I started my website Why I Post so I could share all my travel-related experiences with as many people as possible so that everyone would feel more confident when applying for a visa, a citizenship process, book a trip overseas, go abroad as an international student or work overseas.
I am such a big nerd when it comes to exchange programs, visas and citizenship applications. I find it really enjoyable to search for all the rules and requirements mandatory for those applications. But I know that’s not for everyone. I understand you may not like those
boring things like me. So to help you guys out, I try to simplify and summarize them on my blog.
The information I share comes from countries’ official websites and my personal experience in applying for international processes. And having traveled to 16 countries and having lived abroad a couple times, you can imagine how many application and paperwork I had to go through.
Because of my experience, I have written to other travel blogs and have even given an interview.
Above are just a few of the reasons for why I enjoy blogging about travel experiences.
I’d like to show you that you can have better travel experiences and you should not hate planning your next international trip.
You can make changes to your life by traveling and it doesn’t have to be scary.
Yes, an international experience helps you to tick places off your bucket list. But it’s more than that!
I see traveling as an exclusive experience, that’s all about being present, tasting, learning, trying, seeing and doing.
Going abroad is about indulging in unique local experiences: living the moment and making remarkable memories, the best ones!
I want you to have fun & create your own history while having THE time of your life abroad, truly enjoying the life you are living!
Now let’s get back to the questions I got on my IELTS.
I didn’t write anything down after my first exam. But the last time I took the test I made sure to write down everything I could remember, so I could share it with other test takers like you and teachers.
Both times I did the General Training IELTS.
In this last time particularly, the Speaking part of the test was on the same day of the rest of the exam.
Below you can check the subjects of each part of my exam.
Computers: do you think you still have a lot to learn about computers so that you can succeed in your job?
What computers skills do you have?
Which computer skills would you like to learn?
Start as follows: Dear……..,
I have put a list of Essay Topic Ideas to help you with the writing part of the exam. Make sure to subscribe below so I can get it to your inbox.
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