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To correctly practice the interview, find a speaking partner if possible. You will complete the Listening section, followed by the Reading section. You may be asked to complete the interview first, before the remaining three sections. On test day, two things will help you keep an eye on your IELTS section time limits: a wall clock, and the invigilator , or proctor.
The invigilator is the person who supervises students during the exam. The invigilator will announce the time limit at the beginning of the test. The invigilator tells students when there is 40 minutes left, 20 minutes left, and 5 minutes left. They also announce when the time is up. And during all this, you can of course also look at the wall clock. During your practice tests, keep a clock in plain view. Use that clock with an timer app such as Google Timer.
For your virtual timer, set 30 minutes for Listening, 10 minutes for transferring Listening answers to the answer sheet, 60 minutes for your IELTS mock test Reading section, and so on.
In Task 2 test takers are presented with a point of view or argument or problem. They need to write their response in words in about 40 minutes. Below are samples of Task 1 and Task 2. In Task 1, test takers are asked to respond to a situation by writing a letter, for example, requesting information or explaining a situation.