This is the third part of your Listening test. Listen to the audio and answer questions 21-30.

Listen to the instructions for each part of this section carefully. Answer all the questions.

You can download the questions for the entire Listening practice test page from the Listening practice test 1 page. The questions for part 3 are also shown on this page.

While you are listening, write your answers on the question paper. Use a pencil. 

When you have completed all four parts of the Listening test you will have ten minutes to copy your answers on to a separate answer sheet.

IELTS practice Listening test audio: part 3

First, listen to the audio. Left click on the link to listen now (the audio player will open in a new tab) or right click and select 'Save Link As' to download the file to your computer and listen later.

Questions 21–25

Complete the sentences below.

Write no more than two words for each answer.

21. Students must follow ............. to prevent accidents in the lab.

22. The students have not been using ............... while in the lab.

23. Students cannot eat or drink until ............. is finished and they have washed their hands.

24. Tessa should tie her hair back to avoid danger when she is working with a .............. or chemicals.

25. Students must wear long sleeves and shoes made of .............. in the lab.

Questions 26–28

Choose the correct letter A, B or C.

26. Which student is currently using an appropriate notebook?

A. Vincent

B. Tessa

C. Neither student

 27. The tutor says that writing observations in complete sentences

A. is often not a good use of time

B. makes them easier to interpret later

C. means that others can understand them

28. The students must write dates

A. next to each drawing

B. next to each written section

C. next to each drawing and written section

Questions 29 and 30

Choose two letters, A–E.

Which two things must be included in the conclusion to the experiment?

A. the questions investigated

B. the solutions to the questions

C. the student’s own thoughts about the experiment

D. the length of time spent on the experiment

E. the student’s signature

See also