IELTS Energy 648: Hard Headings and IELTS Reading Tips

Today we’ll discuss reading questions about headings and IELTS Reading tips.

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In the beginning of the episode, Jessica mentions 3 Keys student Valery who got a Reading 7 on her first try, and also the recent episode about matching headings and finding information in paragraphs.

We had this question recently:

I was doing a practice test, and the no-brainer matching headings question type disrupted my calm. What should we do when the section has 2 paragraphs. Should we only focus on the first one, for the matching, or take into account both of them?

Matching headings should be the fastest question type, with the right strategies.

 

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Yes, usually, you’re matching each heading to just one paragraph.

However, as this student experienced, sometimes you’re matching a heading to a section with 2 paragraphs in it.

Headings are main ideas. So, first look at the beginning of the first paragraph and try to match. If you can’t, look at the end of the second paragraph in the section, and try to match.

If you still can’t match the key words with a heading, then skip it!

You need to know which questions are in order and not in order.

For instance, some questions are more difficult, and you need more time to find those answers. It’s all about strategies!

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