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Listen to and read the instructions throughout the test. Make sure you understand what you are listening for and what you have to do.
Use the preparation time before each recording is played to read through the question and think about the context.
Use the information on the page to help you follow the text.
Look carefully at what is printed before and after the gap in Part 2 and think about the kind of information that you are listening for.
Write only the missing information on the answer sheet. (Part 2)
Write your answers as clearly as possible.
If you have an idea of the correct answer the first time you hear a recording, check that this is correct the second time.
Answer all the questions – even if you’re not sure.
Make sure you have transferred your answers accurately to the answer sheet.
Don’t rephrase what you hear in Part 2; write down the exact word(s) or figure(s) that you hear on the recording.
Don’t complicate your answer by writing extra, irrelevant information. (Part 2)
Don’t spend too much time on a question you are having difficulty with as you may miss the next question.
Don’t rush to choose an answer just because you hear one word or phrase – concentrate on the overall meaning. (Parts 1, 3 and 4)