Recent IELTS Reading Exam Topics 2018

Recent IELTS exam topics

ALL RECENT EXAM QUESTIONS AND TOPICS ARE POSTED IN THE COMMENTS BELOW.

When you have finished your IELTS Test, please share with other students any questions (the type of questions – was it T/F/NG or matching features?) you had during your IELTS Reading Test. Post your questions/topics in the comments box underneath this post. 

When you post your reading questions (the type of question) and topics, please let us know the following information >

  • If it was for the Academic Test or the General Training.
  • The date of your test…..
  • Where you did your test.

**Please only post the questions and topics that you had from your test and NOT answers to questions.**


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9 thoughts on “Recent IELTS Reading Exam Topics 2018”

  1. Location – India,
    Test – General Training
    Date – 9th April 2018

    1A – Mobile garbage bins
    1B – Employee leave entitlement
    2 – Pregnant working women rights
    3 – Nuthatch birds

  2. Bahrain
    Academic Reading Topics – April 2018

    Section 1 – About Katherine Mansfield (New Zealand Writer)
    Section 2 – About Australian Parrots
    Section 3 – People deaf to music

  3. I had my test in Iran Tehran / April 2018 / Academic

    History of sugar
    Digital analysis of literary texts
    Practical use of scientific journals and articles in academic settings

  4. Hi, I had my test in Dubai and it was General Training. I did it in April 2018.

    Section 1 – T/F/NG – about MG bins
    Section 2 – Matching headings – about employee annual leave and pay
    Section 3 – Fill in spaces – about maternity leave
    Section 4 – Matching headings, multiple choice and filling in spaces – about a species of bird

  5. Academic – I had my test in the UK on June 23rd 2018

    1 test about birds / 1 text about multitasking / 1 text about actors

    the type of questions – true false and not given / yes no and not given / complete sentences / multiple questions and matching paragraphs.

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