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  The Reading Test

  Are question types limited to one section in the Reading test?

  No, they aren't. However, you will usually find summary gap-fills in Section 3 only.

  Can I ask the invigilator questions?

  The invigilator is not allowed to answer any questions to help you understand the Reading test

  Can I write on the question paper?

  Yes.

  Can I use a pen?

  No, you must use a pencil.

  Can I use typex/correction fluid?

  No, you may only use an eraser or cross your answer out.

  Are there penalties for the wrong answers in the Reading test?

  No, there aren't. If you are not sure of an answer, you should guess.

  Should I answer the questions in sequence, i.e. Section 1, then 2, then 3?

  It is a good idea because the texts get progressively longer and the questions more difficult.

  Should I write the answer in the question booklet first and transfer them to the answer sheet at the end?

  No, this is a complete waste of time.

  How long should I spend on each question?

  There are 10 questions in the test and you have an hour, so you have an average of 1.5 minutes per question. Therefore you should spend approximately 20 minutes on each section.

  Why does it waste time if you read the text first and then answer the questions?

  You will never have to read every word of any text to answer the questions. Your aim is to answer the questions, so you should practise scanning and skimming in order to locate the answers as quickly as possible.

  If there are only 10 minutes left but I still have 10 questions to answer, what should I do ?

  You should continue answering the questions using the appropriate strategies, but if you really run out of time you should guess.

  What should I do if I can't find the answer to one of the questions in the Reading test?

  Don't waste lots of time looking for the answer to one questions .

  Is it important to spell answers correctly?

  If the spelling errors are serious your answer may be market incorrect.

  Does the answer have to be grammatically accurate in the 'complete with up to 3 words' questions?

  There are 2 types of these questions. When you have to 'complete a sentence' the answer should be grammatically correct. However, when you have to 'answer a question' in no more than 3 words the answer does not have to be a complete, grammatically correct sentence.

  When I write short answers, I often use words from the text. Do I have to always use the same word form as the word in the text.

  No, not always. You will sometimes have to change the form of some words--from nouns to adjectives, from verbs to gerunds, and so on .

  If the instruction says to write a letter of the alphabet on the answer sheet, but instead I write the answer in full, is that all right?

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