And then, the most difficult out of all the questions are flowchart completion and classification questions in the IELTS test.
Flowchart completion would be something like this:
you'd have some boxes showing a process, a scientific process, or something, an academic...something in academic things.
No, that's not right, something, you know, at university level, this thing happens, this thing happens, this thing happens, I'm thinking of biology or something like that.
So, there'll be different steps, and when you listen, you need to order which thing happens first.
How do you do that? Well, the biggest IELTS tip I can give you is that: Use a different approach for these questions.
So I'll give you...I'll give you a real life example, when I was preparing IELTS with one of my students, he was doing the practice,
and he was consistently...he stayed not getting the result that he needed for quite a long time, it was if...it was as if his practice wasn't really helping him get a better mark.
But when I suggested to him: "When you get to this part of the listening test, don't read the questions and listen at the same time."
When I suggested that he just listen, but then after, write in the answer, fill in the gap A, B, C, D,
then, suddenly, the result that he was getting in the test went up by four marks, or something like that.
So when he changed the approach, how he listened in these difficult questions, he was getting a much better result.