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I have my IELTS exam this week . I have practiced well and I believe I will score a good band. I just wanted to know how difficult are the questions on the test . Share your experience please
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sajilai hunxa, writing ali badi pratice gara aru tw sajilai hunxa
I have an experience of the Computer Delivered Test but it is the same regardless of the medium. The questions will be much more easier in comparison to the practice sets so you don’t have to worry much for L, R, W. For speaking, just be open minded and expect questions from any area possible.
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