Online IELTS Practice Tests

Online IELTS Practice Tests : Official Guide & Cambridge Books

IELTS Official Listening-Test-1

IELTS Official Listening-Test-2

IELTS Official Listening-Test-3

IELTS Official Listening-Test-4

IELTS Official Listening-Test-5

ONLINE IELTS Listening-Test-8

ONLINE IELTS Reading-Test-8

ONLINE IELTS Listening-Test-7

ONLINE IELTS Reading-Test-7

ONLINE IELTS Reading-Test-6

ONLINE IELTS Listening-Test-6

ONLINE IELTS Reading-Test-5

ONLINE IELTS Listening-Test-5

ONLINE IELTS Listening-Test-4

ONLINE IELTS Reading-Test-4

ONLINE IELTS Listening-Test-3

ONLINE IELTS Reading-Test-3

ONLINE IELTS Listening-Test-1 

ONLINE IELTS Reading-Test-1 

ONLINE IELTS Listening-Test-2

ONLINE IELTS Reading-Test-2

IELTS Paper based Academic Practice Tests PDF Version to Download

IELTS Academic Practice Test-1

IELTS Academic Practice Test-2

IELTS Academic Practice Test-3

IELTS Academic Practice Test-4

IELTS Academic Practice Test-5

IELTS Academic Practice Test-6

Ielts Online Practices Tests Listening Section:

IELTS Listening Tests- 1, 2, 3 Online Link 

IELTS Listening Tests – 4, 5, 6 Online Link 

IELTS Book 11- Test-1 Section-1


IELTS Book 11- Test-1 Section-2


IELTS Book 11- Test-1 Section-3


IELTS Book 11- Test-1 Section-4


IELTS Book 11- Test-2 Section-1


IELTS Book 11- Test-2 Section-2


IELTS Book 11- Test-2 Section-3


IELTS Book 11- Test-2 Section-4


IELTS Book 11- Test-3 Section-1


IELTS Book 11- Test-3 Section-2


IELTS Book 11- Test-3 Section-3


IELTS Book 11- Test-3 Section-4


IELTS Book 11- Test-4 Section-1


IELTS Book 11- Test-4 Section-2


IELTS Book 11- Test-4 Section-3


IELTS Book 11- Test-4 Section-4


IELTS Bandscore-Descriptors Writing

Cambridge Examiner-approved IELTS Tips

IDP IELTS Band score Guide

IELTS Information for Candidates

IELTS Test day – What to expect

IELTS Speaking Band Descriptors

Writing Band descriptors Task 1 and 2

IELTS Speaking Tips 

 Focus On What’s Important When You Prepare

Unless you have particularly bad pronunciation, don’t spend a lot of time and money on pronunciation lessons.

You are better to spend this time increasing your range of vocabulary and sentence structures, and practising speaking as much as you can to increase your fluency.

Avoid Nerves

This can be difficult because you are taking a test, but try not to be nervous! If you can’t speak much because you are nervous then you may get a lower score as the examiner needs to hear you speak as much as possible in order to assess your skills.

If you speak freely and confidently then you may get a score you did not expect!

Extend Your Answers

Of all the IELTS speaking tips, this is probably one of the most important! The examiners job is to assess your speaking, so if you say very little, he/she will not be able to do this. 

Don’t give one word answers such as ‘yes’ and ‘no’ and leave it at that.  Your job is to give the examiner as much language as possible to assess, so speak as much as you can. 

Stay on Topic

It’s important to extend your answers as mentioned above, but make sure you stay on topic – don’t talk about anything that comes into your head if it is not answering the question!

Don’t Rely on the Examiner

The examiner usually won’t prompt you to say more if you don’t say enough, so it’s up to you to give a full answer to each question.

If you don’t, then the interview will be over very quickly and you may not be happy with your score!

Understand the Questions

If you do not understand a question, then ask the examiner to repeat it.  Don’t try to answer it the first time if you have not understood or heard it properly. 

You won’t lose marks for asking for a question to be repeated, however if you are unable to understand a lot of the questions you are probably not ready to take the test!

Don’t Show Off

You want to do your best to impress the examiner, but try to keep within your capabilities.  If you try to use lots of grammar structures and vocabulary that you are not confident with, you may simply bring down your score.

Keep Eye Contact

Try to have eye contact with the examiner.  This does not mean you need to look at him/her all the time, but it is normal when you have a conversation with someone to spend quite a lot of time looking at them as that keeps their attention. 

If you are speaking with someone and they never look at you this feels quite strange!

Listen Carefully

Listen very carefully to the questions so you are answering them correctly.  For example, if you are asked about an event in the past, make sure you answer using the past tense.

Be on Time

These IELTS speaking tips will not be much use to you if you are not on time!  You are going to get off to a bad start if you have upset the examiner because you have kept them waiting so arrive in plenty of time!