BEST IELTS General Reading Test 441

BEST IELTS General Reading Test 441

IELTS General Reading Test

IMPORTANT TIPS FOR WRITING REPORTS

Your final submission after any project is the report. It gives a clear idea of your performance at the onset and during the task, thus making it valuable at appraisals. 

i. At your workplace, always ensure that you follow the work-manual when it comes to report-writing. You are free to change the order and nature of some of the sections but make sure that you do not skip entire sections.

ii. Draft a clear internal outline to ensure equal and systematic distribution of all tasks and that no resource is spent in repetitive work. At the same time, ensure that you have adequate time to review the work done by others and yourself. Furthermore, be open to any revisions in favor of the assignment. 

IELTS General Reading Test

iii. Always be economical about the details you include in your report. A short, crisp report which does not beat around the bush is the best, as it provides a clear picture at first glance. At the same time, it must not be so objective that inference about the task, the team, or both, becomes difficult.

iv. Avoid jargon. Using too many technical terms may confuse team members and even the person evaluating your report.

v. Always read your report prior to submission for absolute clarity and comprehension. You may perhaps identify undesirable confusions as you read yourself. Also, proofread for grammatical accuracies such as punctuation and capitalisation, spellings and tense. Always use the past tense to evaluate reports, and the future tense to indicate possibilities of outcome or implementation for the future. Such content must necessarily be placed before or at the conclusion of your report. Use lucid writing to avoid any possible misinterpretation or distortion of facts. 

IELTS General Reading Test

vi. Headers and bullet points can be used to organise different parts of the report. Formatting must be formal regarding font style and size.

vii. Do not introduce new topics at the end of your report. It creates confusion.

viii. Do not try to justify through the presented report. A good report is one which states facts and not arguments in favour of or against the topic.

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IELTS General Reading Test

Choose NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS from the text for each answer.

While drafting a report, it is necessary to go by the 14______  . The report must include all the 15 ____________ ; however, the sequence can be altered in some. While a review of the work done is important, 16___________  work should be avoided through fair distribution of tasks. A clear and to the point report is advisable over a lengthy but vague report. However, it should not be so short that it becomes impossible to draw an 17_________ .

Also, 18__________  should be avoided to keep the report comprehensible for the assessor. Proper organisation in a report is achieved through the use of 19___________  and bullet points. Any suggestion for the future should be mentioned in, or before the 20 _________ , but no new topic should be introduced at this point. Before submitting the report, reading it is of utmost importance to eliminate any ambiguity as well as to remove 21_________  errors, for example, incorrect punctuation or tenses.

IELTS General Reading Test

HOW TO GET A WORK PERMIT FOR SOME COUNTRY

Non-immigrants in Some countries, such as student visa holders or B1(visit for pleasure) visa holders, must have an Employment Approval Document (EAD) to be employed in the country. The EAD is provided by the National Citizenship and Immigration Services (NSAIS). The citizens, permanent residents, and employees authorized to work for foreign employers need NOT apply for EAD.

The EAD can be renewed for those already having the work permit. A procedure has to be followed for renewal of the EAD or replacement of a misplaced or lost EAD.

IELTS General Reading Test

How to apply for EAD:

– Apart from the set of documents you would have included to file your application, the work permit process requires mandatory submission of certain documents. The documents include the following: 

1. An exclusive application form which has to be collected from the embassy. 

2. A copy of the form E-766, which is the Application for Employment Authorization. 

3. A cover letter explaining the reason(s) for seeking a job in the country must be included. Also, mention details of earlier visits to Some Country in the cover letter.

4. 2 passport size photographs (must be identical) 

5. Authenticated statements establishing the economic status of the applicant. These are required to identify and sort as per financial slabs announced by policy. 

6. For asylum seekers in the country, the form of asylum (A-919), either approved by the NSAIS or an immigration judge.

IELTS General Reading Test

– Visa fee is currently fixed at $ 230. Digital payment is mandatory.

– The above-mentioned documents may be handed personally to the embassy, sent by courier or via e-mail. 

– If sent via courier, please mention your contact address and contact number for return, if required. 

After a thorough scrutiny of the file, the applicant will be informed by phone, SMS, or via e-mail. The decision to grant a work visa rests entirely with the relevant authority. In case of deferred action, a $75 fee will have to be paid for further biometric tests.

IELTS General Reading Test

Do the following statements agree with the information given in the text?

Choose

TRUE – if the statement agrees with the information

FALSE – if the statement contradicts the information

NOT GIVEN – if there is no information on this

22. A temporary or permanent resident in Some Country does not require permission to work 

23. A lost EAD must be reported before applying for a replacement.

24. A cover letter with the purpose of employment and previous travel details to the country increases chances of approval of the application. 

25. The financial status of the applicant is must to place the applicant in the suitable category. 

26. The fee can be paid through credit cards, debit cards or electronic transfers only. 

27. The embassy does not entertain manual submission of documents.

IELTS General Reading Test

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14. WORK-MANUAL

15. SECTIONS

16. REPETITIVE

17. INFERENCE

18. JARGON

19. HEADERS

20. CONCLUSION

21. GRAMMATICAL

22. FALSE

23. NOT GIVEN

24. NOT GIVEN

25. TRUE

26. TRUE

27. FALSE

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