IELTS Listening - CHOICE ROUTE

Listening Test 10 Volume 1

Listening Section 1

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Listen carefully and answer Questions 1 to 10:

Questions 1-3

Complete the Student Profile below.

Use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS OR A NUMBER for each answer. STUDENT PROFILE – GRISHAM COLLEGE

Example:

A New student

B Current student

C Past student – graduate

Complete the Student Profile below.

Use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS OR A NUMBER for each answer.


STUDENT PROFILE – GRISHAM COLLEGE

Example:

A New student

B Current student

C Past student – graduate

 

Student Number: 1 -EXT

Name: Jack LARASSY

Course: Master of Linguistics School of Languages & Literacy

Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy): 2 /1979

Address: 3   Avenue , CHELMSFORD, CM3 94Y


 

Questions 4-5

Complete the sign on the door of Grisham College Counselling Office below.

Use NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS OR A NUMBER for each answer.


Welcome to Student Services – Counselling Office

Office Hours. 8 a.m. to 4

After Hours Entry: Use the 5 and a Counsellor will let you in.

Telephone – 7893 4611


 

Questions 6-10

Complete the Counsellor’s notes.

Use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

Student Name: Jack LARASSY
Current JobPossible Future Job
–          working as a 6

–          studying part-time

 – research at university
Advantages
Likes–      7 teaching
–     the satisfaction–     increase in pay
–     the six week summer holiday–     would still have 8
–     professionally beneficial
Dislikes

 –       badly behaved students

 –       lazy students

–       insufficient 9    

Disadvantages

–                              working 10

–                              extra travel time

Listening Section 2

Listen carefully and answer Questions 11 to 20:

Questions 11-13

Choose the correct letter from A-C for each answer.

11 The problem that Constable Gray describes is



 

12 It is difficult to chase the thieves because



 

13 The police have caught



 

Questions 14-15

Choose TWO letters from A-E for each answer.

Police advise the group of students to

 

 

Questions 16-20

Complete the following notes using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer


If robbed, you should contact your 16 or Darlinghurst Police Station with the following details:

• your full name

• your contact telephone number

• time of the incident

• location of the incident, for example, nearest 17 or name of 18

19 of item that was stolen.

Prevent illegal use of credit cards by 20 as soon as possible after the theft

Listening Section 3

Listen carefully and answer Questions 21 to 30:

Questions 21-25

Choose the correct letter from A-C for each answer.

21 What is the purpose of Jane and Rick’s meeting with the tutor?



 

22 What work still needs to be completed before doing the presentation?



 

23 Which chart A, B or C shows the correct distribution of the 400 surveys Jane and Rick handed out?



 

24 Why did Jane and Rick survey international students from three different institutions?



 

25 Which illustration (A, B or C) best shows the rates of responses in the pre-test and actual survey?



 

Questions 26-30

Complete the following flow chart.

Insert the steps A-F given in the box below.

NOTE: there are more steps than you will need .

A Distribute transmittal letter

B Rewrite unclear items

C Compile trial survey report

D Send reminders for overdue surveys

E Present, pro-test trial results

F Draw conclusions

G Set objectives

 

Steps for Survey and Presentation

Step 1Choose your topic.
Step 226
Step 3Write items to match objectives.
TRIAL SURVEYS
Step 4Distribute the trial survey.
Step 5On due date, collect surveys and 27
Step 6Collate and analyse data from trial survey.
Step 728 
ACTUALSURVEYS
Step 829  with the survey.
Step 9Send out postcard reminders.
Step 10On due date, collect surveys, collate and analyse the data.
Step 1130   and compile the report.

Listening Section 4

Listen carefully and answer Questions 31 to 40:

Questions 31-34

Complete the summary below.

Use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

 PROJECT MANAGEMENT


Last week’s definition of project management: Project Management has
• a clear 31  
• goals, budget and 32 .
A project, can ht; divided into 33 The subject of today’s lecture is 34


 

Questions 35-39

Complete the table below.

Use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

Elements of Stage 2Considerations
 Budget Planning–       most challenging element

–       try to plan 35

 Allocation of Time–      dependent on 36

–      37 used to identify tasks and schedules in units of work

 38 –       outlined in tender documents

–       help for this element can be obtained from 39 Manager

 

Question 40

Complete the sentence below.

Use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for the answer

The three elements of Stage 2 will be examined in more depth in 40

ANSWER

1       0278804
2      2/5
3      17 Rocksford
4      5 p.m.
5      doorbell
6       teacher
7      no/break from
8      (long) summer holiday
9      pay/salary/money
10       by himself/by myself/alone/on his own
11      A
12      A
13       B
14/15      B,D
16      nearest police station
17      cross street/intersection
18       cafe/ (nearest)shop
19      detailed/full description
20      canceling them
21      C
22       B
23      A
24      A
25      C
26      G
27      D
28      B
29      A
30       F
31       beginning and completion/ending/end
32       a schedule
33      four stages
34       developing a plan / planning a project
35      realistically
36      help / advice (from others / other people)
37      Gant Chart
38       standard of delivery
39 (the) Quality Assurance
40 (the / your / this week’s) tutorials

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