These are the most recent topics on which questions were asked in academic module of IELTS tests held in Nepal.
- Do you work or study?
- Please introduce yourself?
- Describe about the place you belong to? (28 March 2016)
- Tell me about the school in which you studied? What did you like the most about your school? (28 March 2016)
- Traffic jams (What causes traffic jams? What measures can be taken to reduce traffic jams? Has a traffic jam ever had any effect on your daily life?)
- Food (Which are the most common foods in your country? Do you know how to cook a food? Explain steps involved in cooking a food of your choice?)
- Toys you played/liked (27 March 2016)
- Museum (Have you ever visited a museum? What do you know about museum?)
- Vehicle (Given a chance to buy, which vehicle would you wish to own and why?)
In Nepal, IELTS test dates will open on the following days:
- For April 2 2016, date opened on 9 March 2016
- For 16 April 2016, date opened on 14 March 2016
- For 21 April 2016, date opened on 21 March 2016
- For 30 April 2016, date will open on 29 March 2016
- For 7 May 2016, date will open on 1 April 2016
- For 21 May 2016, date will open on 11 April 2016
- For 28 May 2016, date will open on 18 April 2016
- For 4 June 2016, date will open on 2 May 2016
- For 25 June 2016, date will open on 16 May 2016
Kindly note that, the registration for the IELTS tests generally opens around or after 11 am Nepali time. However, the exact time cannot be guaranteed. Keep on refreshing your browser every few minutes so that you do not miss the golden opportunity. That is only the key. As there is a huge demand for the test here in Nepal, once it opens, it takes only a few minutes for the dates to be booked completely. That is why, you need to be prepared with all necessary details about yourself and you must know how to fill up the form for yourself.
In Nepal, dates for IELTS tests for the months of April, May and June are to be published soon.
Please visit the link to register yourself for IELTS test: https://ielts.britishcouncil.org/
After you open the above given link, follow these steps to reserve a date for yourself:
a. Select “Nepal” from left bottom side and click on submit (You will be redirected to a new page)
b. When the dates are open, you will see on the left side of the page the date, place and module drop downs. Make appropriate selections and click on “Submit” button. (You will be redirected to a new page)
c. On this page, you will see a list of dates available with “Apply” button active against each available date. Click on Apply button. (You will be redirected to a new page)
d. Fill up the form which appears on the screen with correct details. Make sure that you enter same details as provided on your valid passport. You need to enter the following details in the form: full name, passport number, passport expiry date, date of birth, address as per your passport, your email address and mobile number. Be sure to have them all with you when you surf to register a date for yourself. Click on submit button. (You will be redirected to a new page)
e. You will see the details just filled up by you on this page. Review the details carefully. If they are correct, click on continue button or click on back button to make corrections.
f. If a seat is temporarily reserved for you, you will receive a confirmation email with further instructions.
Note: Please do not forget to pay Rs. 16950 within 6 days from date of registration at British Council office. Otherwise, your reservation will be automatically cancelled.
Remember – your interest in learning English language and a serious effort are the keys
There are few simple ways in which you can significantly improve range of your vocabulary before you take the IELTS test.
- Listen to English news – Within a few days of listening to English news continuously, you will experience a remarkable improvement in your active vocabulary list. It will also contribute significantly to improve your listening ability. I recommend listening news on radio rather than on TV. If what is playing on radio or TV is not clear, make an attempt to listen through headphone at first.
- Watch a variety of television channels
- Read newspapers and read different kinds of articles
- Try to remember the words you just read