Take a closer look at the IELTS practice tests and get a better idea of the types of questions you might encounter on test day.
The IELTS practice tests will help you:
Get familiar with the IELTS test format
Test yourself and get used to real test time conditions
Experience tasks similar to test tasks
Review your answers by comparing to model answers.
The computer-delivered IELTS familiarisation tests will give you a fair idea of what you can expect in the computer-delivered format of the test. However, the test format, question types, time allocated to each test part and content is the same for both computer-delivered test and the paper-based test.
You can also have a look at the IELTS preparation course to familiarise with the test format, number of questions and time taken to complete each test part.
If you plan to study in higher education or seek professional registration in an English-speaking country, you might need to take the IELTS Academic test.
If you plan to move abroad for work or migrate to Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the UK or the USA, you might need to take an IELTS General Training test.
If you want to study or apply for professional registration in the UK, you might need to take the IELTS Academic for UKVI test.