IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Mock Test

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Table of Completion

  1. IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Mock Test 
  2. IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Mock Test - Question 1
  3. IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Mock Test - Question 2
  4. IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Mock Test - Question 3
  5. IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Mock Test - Question 4
  6. Answers for IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Mock Test 
  7. Conclusion 

Identify your strengths and weaknesses by attempting these IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion mock tests. In this task, you will be presented with a flow chart with missing information followed by the reading text. Your task is to go through the reading text and fill in the missing information. Instructions will tell you the permitted word limit to answer the questions. If you exceed the word limit, it will be marked wrong even if the information is correct. More Importantly, the words that you choose to answer must be from the reading text. 

IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Mock Test - Question 1

Answer questions 1-6 which are based on the reading passage below.

Enigma Machine

The basic operating procedure of the Enigma machine was simple. To send an encrypted message, the operator set the Enigma's electric and mechanical settings (the plug wirings and the rotor wheels) to a predefined initial combination known to him and the receiving operator. Then he typed the free text message on the Enigma’s keyboard. For each typed letter, a different letter  was lit in the upper board. The operator wrote down each lit letter so that when he finished typing the original message on the Enigma, he had a meaningless stream of letters, which was the Enigma-encrypted message. He then transmitted the encrypted message with a standard Morse Code radio transmitter. The receiving operator wrote the received encrypted message, set his Enigma machine to the same predefined combination, and then typed the message at the machine’s keyboard. Typing the encrypted message on his Enigma machine with the same combination of settings deciphered it so that the operator read the original free text message by the letters lit in the upper board as he typed.

Questions 1 – 6 

Complete the flow chart below.

Choose NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

Also read: IELTS academic reading tips

IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Mock Test - Question 2 

Answer questions 1-5 which are based on the reading passage below.

Process of Creativity

Creativity is the ability to create new ideas and forms. There are two types of thinking: convergent thinking and divergent thinking. Convergent thinking means, when an individual is trying to focus on solving a well-defined problem. Divergent thinking is about imagining possible solutions for a problem. Creativity is related to Divergent thinking. Psychologists laid out four stages in creative thinking. Those stages are Preparation, Incubation, Illumination and Verification. In Preparation, the thinker formulates the problem and collects the information and materials in order to solve the problem. Incubation is the period of relaxation and solitude, in this stage, the thinker cuts himself off from the problem and lets his mind wander and contemplate about the problem in the back of mind. In the Illumination stage, the thinker has an eureka moment, like, a solution occurs suddenly to his mind. In the Verification stage, evaluating whether the solution to the problem is correct or not will be done by the thinker. 

Questions 1 - 5 

Complete the flowchart below.

Choose NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS from the passage for each answer.

Stages of Creativity

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IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Mock Test - Question 3 

Answer questions 1-7 which are based on the reading passage below.

Driverless Cars

Driverless Cars use electronics, computers and sensors for advanced safety technologies to drive themselves. It is also called an autonomous vehicle. Although driverless cars are not yet released, some of the features are purchased and installed in cars to make them autonomous. Seat Belts were introduced in cars as the first safety features, in the 1950s. In 2000, some of the advanced features were introduced in driverless cars such as blind spot detection, electronic stability control, and front collision warning. Lane centring assist is one of the advanced driver assistance features introduced during 2010. Several partially automated safety features have been introduced in 2016 including Self-park and Traffic jam assist. Currently, the Autonomous vehicles industry doesn’t have standards for safety. The software which is installed in the cars, vulnerable to hacking and can be affected by viruses.

Questions 1 - 7 

Complete the flow chart below.

Choose NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS from the passage for each answer.

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IELTS Experts considered this IELTS academic reading flow chart completion mock test as an effective way to measure your level of expertise in answering flow chart completion questions. And, it was found that IELTS students who are prepared flowchart completion using this mock test achieved good score in the IELTS academic reading section. If required you can check out our mock tests for other IELTS academic reading question types.

IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Mock Test - Question 4 

Answer questions 1-6 which are based on the reading passage below.

Detecting the Deception

Historians are unsure when the deception-detection skills originated. The methods of detecting deception changes over the period of time. Currently, both behavioural psychology and technology are joined hands to detect deception. In 1000 BC, Chinese used a certain method to detect deception, which is a suspect forced to fill his mouth with rice and spit it out. Suspects will be found guilty if the rice remains dry. In 300 BC, Greek physician Erasistratus detected whether an individual was deceived or not by measuring his pulse. It acted as a kind of precursor to the modern polygraph. In the 11th Century, various methods were employed for deception-detection such as trial by ordeal and God’s Judgement. One of the methods is dipping the suspect's hand into the hot water to see if they’re burned or not. Phrenology and graphology emerged during the 19th Century. It is determined to analyze the contours of the skill and traits of their handwriting to detect the deception. First Polygraph was introduced in 1881 and advanced further in the 1900s. Polygraph. A polygraph is called a lie detector test, it is a device which measures and records an individual physiological responses such as blood pressure, respiration and pulse while answering a series of questions.

Questions 1 - 6 

Complete the flow chart below.

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

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Answers for IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Mock Test 

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Conclusion

This IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion mock test is designed to measure your skill in flow chart completion tasks. It is necessary to assess one's ability to prevent errors in future. Even IELTS trainers found that their students' solving capability improved by attempting this mock test. 

 

 

 

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