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IELTS Reading Practice

IELTS Reading Practice is essential if you want to do well in the test. 

This page provides a set of lessons that you can work through that cover all the types of questions that you may get in the IELTS test for the Academic Module

Each lesson includes full readings based on the IELTS test, which range from 600 to 800 words, with questions and answer keys.

Taking General Training?

Head here if you are looking to take some Online IELTS Reading Tests

Video Training

But for more lessons, check out these training videos that take you through some reading tests, step-by-step:

Multiple Choice Questions 

Summary Completion

True / False / Not Given

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Do you need further help with your reading?

This book is designed so that you can practice all the different types of reading questions you may get in the test.

When you make a purchase, you will get three eBooks - the readings and questions, a book showing where the answers are, and a tips booklet.

Get it here:

IELTS Academic Reading Guide

IELTS Reading Tips

These are some of the best reading tips if you need a quick overview:

IELTS Reading Forum:

In the IELTS Reading Forum you can ask questions about the reading part of the test or learn more about it from the questions that other students have asked. 

Here are some of the most useful questions and answers:

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