You should have a solid understanding of the aspects of listening to acquire a good IELTS band score of 8 and 8+.
Let’s first look at some key facts about the Listening test.
In the paper-based test, you will be given a Question Booklet containing the questions. You should write your answers in the Question Booklet as you listen to the test. You will have 10 minutes at the end of the test to transfer your answers to the Answer Sheet.
You will not have the 10 extra minutes at the end of the computer-delivered test as you must type your answers at the end of every question.
Note: You will hear a variety of different accents in the Listening test, for example, British, Irish, Australian, New Zealand, Canadian, American, and Indian.
For computer-delivered IELTS test.https://www.ielts.org/about-the-test/computer-delivered-ielts
Instructions for the Listening test are spoken as part of the recording so it is important that you listen carefully to these instructions. The instructions are not difficult and they are clearly explained. Instructions are also written on the Question Booklet in the paper-based test and on the computer screen in the computer-delivered test.
Note:- You don’t get examples in IELTS Listening from 2020 onwards