“Check Out PTE Listening Test Exam Structure Below”
In this section, test-takers listen to 60 to 90 seconds, of text (you can take notes), then they are asked to summarize in 59 to 70 words.
Here it’s important to get the main idea in the answer, get the correct number of words and use paper grammar, punctuation and spelling. Word choice matters here too. Use the right vocabulary (so listen for key vocabulary words during the oral time) to keep your answer accurate.
This section has test-takers listening to a 40-90 seconds piece of text. Before the selection begins, it will help you to read the prompt so you are prepared to listen for answers. You can take notes while listening.
Then you get a multiple choice question more than one one correct answer. Listen for specifics like people, places, dates but also listen for meaning. Don’t just choose an answer because you heard some of the words in the answer.
This section asks listeners to fill in missing words from the text they have just listened to.
Use the 7 seconds before the audio begins and skim to get familiar. You only hear the audio one time. Try to Take note quickly while listening to help with what words go in.
While listening don’t worry about spelling. Just get the idea of the words. You have time to work out spelling and capitalizationwhen you fill in the answers.
This section asks listeners to hear a selection (only once), then choose the best summary of the selection. While listening jot down keywords, names, places, dates . It’s best to avoid attempting to read the choices while the audio is playing. You will get confused.
Listen for details, then select the choice that best fits those details.
Like previous multiple choice , you will listen to a selection one time. Try to read the question for clues before listening. Look in the question for what information the answer will want. For example, is it looking for the main idea, supporting details or an inference?
There is only ONE correct answer from the choices in this section. The key to the correct anwser is knowing what the question is asking for.
In this part of the test, listeners will hear a 20-70 piece of text. Near the end, there will be a beep to represent a missing word which is one of the answer choices. Only one answer is correct.
This section has you listen to a 10-15 second piece of text with a copy on the screen. You must click on the words that are different in the text from what is said aloud.
Before it begin skim from the choices in this section. The key to the keywords is knowing what the question is asking for nouns and adjectives
Here you can hear a short sentence and be asked to type as much as you can from what you hear. You can take notes while listening. Spelling counts.
You don't have to get all words, just as many as you can recall into the box