IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Practice Questions

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Table of Contents

  1. IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Practice Questions 
  2. 5 IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Practice Questions & Tips to Solve them ( With Answer key) 
  3. IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Practice Question 1 
  4. IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Practice Question 2
  5. IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Practice Question 3
  6. IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Practice Question 4
  7. Answers for Practice Questions 
  8. IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Question List for Practice 
  9. Conclusion 

These IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Practice Questions are designed by the IELTS trainers for their students to familarize with the flow chart completion questions. In this task, you will find information about a particular process or a sequence of events along with passages. The information will be in a box and connected by arrows to depict a series of events. You are required to read the passages and fill out the information where you find the blanks in them.

Flow chart Completion is found to be one of the time consuming IELTS academic reading question types. In this article, you will find 6 IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Practice Questions which you can use for your preparation. You can achieve a 7+ band score in the IELTS academic reading test with the help of these practice questions. 

5 IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Practice Questions & Tips to Solve them ( With Answer key) 

Make sure to read the instructions carefully before answering them . And, the words must be picked up from the passages to answer the questions. Try to find the processes or sequence of events related passages while you are skimming the text. It will help you to find answers without taking too much time. Use these tips with the following diagram labelling practice questions to enhance your answering skills.

Also read: IELTS academic reading tips

IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Practice Question 1

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

The Process of Cheesemaking

Cheese is widely used by everyone. It is a great source of calcium, fat and protein. Acidification is the first step of making cheese. Here, the acidity level of the milk will be changed in order to turn milk from liquid to solid. An enzyme called rennet will be added either as a liquid or paste to the milk which will speed up the process of turning the milk to solidify during the coagulation process. After the milk solidifies, curd and whey will be separated. To make cheese, curd alone is needed. Salt will be added to the curd, it added for flavour also preservative for cheese. Then, the cheese will be found in various shapes. The task is to mould the cheese into a specific form. It is referred to as a shaping process. Cheese needs to be at optimal ripeness in order to use. So, it will be kept in a cave or room with certain temperature and humidity, this will be monitored closely. Sometimes cheese ages slowly, but once finished, it is ready to be packaged and used. 

Questions 1 - 6

Complete the flow chart below.

Choose a word from the passage for each answer.

Check answer for this exercise

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IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Practice Question 2 

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

The History of Bicycle

Humans are social creatures. They have an inner need to travel and communicate with people. If there is travel, there will be a destination. Walking is not an efficient way to reach the destination. Bicycles enable us to travel at considerable speed to reach our destination. At first, bicycles were referred to as velocipedes. It appeared in Scotland, in the early 1800s. The early bicycles had no pedals, but they had two wheels and it was heavy. Users used to sit on the velocipede pillow and walk their feet along with the ground to move forward. Soon, pedals were added to the bicycles by a French Inventor. But, people perceived velocipedes as a toy rather than transportation. It is made with solid steel tubes. In 1870, American manufacturers built velocipedes but with hollow steel tubes. This made velocipedes much lighter. But, still pedaling was difficult. British engineers altered the wheels to make the pedaling efficient. Once again, American manufacturers tried to design a better and safer bicycle. They substituted small in the place of a larger wheel and placed the driving mechanism in rear to the wheel. The British redesigned the bicycle by making the two wheels equal in size and used the chains to turn the rear wheel. Subsequent improvements were made such as adding brakes, lights and rubber tubes. 

Questions 1 - 6 

Complete the flow chart below.

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

Check answer for this exercise

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IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Practice Question 3

Answer questions 1-4 which are based on the reading passage below.

The Production Process

Production is all about creating or adding value to the goods. It must go through a series of processes to produce goods and services. In Production, there are four stages: Planning, Routing, Scheduling and Dispatching. To produce goods, we need direction. Planning gives us direction by determining what kind of goods will be made, how much cost it will take and how much labour is required to successfully carry out the production. In Routing, flow needs to be determined and sequence of events needs to be laid in order to tune the flow accurately. In the Scheduling process, the task is to allocate the working hours to the workers and determine the length of each production flow. In Dispatching, orders and instructions will be given to start the production process. These four stages constitute the successful production.

Questions 1 - 4 

Complete the flow chart below.

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

Check answer for this exercise 

IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Practice Question 4 

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

Learning Process

Learning is an important part of life. It becomes difficult to conduct one’s life, if they’ve stopped learning. It is found that learning has its own stages of development. There are four stages in the learning process, Unconscious Incompetence, Conscious Incompetence, Unconscious Competence, and Conscious Competence. In Unconscious Incompetence, the learner does not have any knowledge or skill. They don’t find the need to learn skills or gather knowledge. They don't even know what they don’t know. In the second stage which is Conscious Incompetence, the learner becomes aware of what knowledge or skill that they’re lacking. In Conscious Competence, the learner learnt the skill but still not mastered it in a way that becomes natural. In the last stage, Unconscious competence, the skill is ingrained well in the learner. They can do some skill without even realizing that they’re doing it. This process mostly every individual goes through. If one knows this process, one can use it consciously to learn something. 


Questions 1 - 4 

Complete the flow chart below.

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

Check answer for this exercise

Answers for Practice Questions 

  • Answer for Practice Question 1 

(Note: The text in italics is from the reading passage and shows the location from where the answer is taken or inferred. The text in the regular font explains the answer in detail.)

1. Acidification 

Explanation: Acidification is the first step of making cheese. Here, the acidity level of the milk will be changed in order to turn milk from liquid to solid.

2. rennet 

Explanation: An enzyme called rennet will be added either as a liquid or paste to the milk which will speed up the process of turning the milk to solidify during the coagulation process.

3. curd

Explanation: After the milk solidifies, curd and whey will be separated.

4.Salt 

Explanation: Salt will be added to the curd, it added for flavour also preservative for cheese. 

5. shaping 

Explanation:  Then, the cheese will be found in various shapes. The task is to mould the cheese into a specific form. It is referred to as a shaping process.

6. ripeness 

Explanation: Cheese needs to be at optimal ripeness in order to use. So, it will be kept in a cave or room with certain temperature and humidity, this will be monitored closely.

  • Answer for Practice Question 2 

(Note: The text in italics is from the reading passage and shows the location from where the answer is taken or inferred. The text in the regular font explains the answer in detail.)

1. Scotland 

Explanation: At first, bicycles were referred to as velocipedes. It appeared in Scotland, in the early 1800s. The early bicycles had no pedals, but they had two wheels and it was heavy.

2. French 

Explanation: Soon, pedals were added to the bicycles by a French Inventor.

3. hollow steel tubes 

Explanation: In 1870, American manufacturers built velocipedes but with hollow steel tubes

4. wheels 

Explanation: British engineers altered the wheels to make the pedaling efficient.

5. safer

Explanation: Once again, American manufacturers tried to design a better and safer bicycle. 

6. chains 

Explanation: The British redesigned the bicycle by making the two wheels equal in size and used the chains to turn the rear wheel.

  • Answer for Practice Question 3 

(Note: The text in italics is from the reading passage and shows the location from where the answer is taken or inferred. The text in the regular font explains the answer in detail.)

1. Planning 

Explanation: To produce goods, we need direction. Planning gives us direction by determining what kind of goods will be made, how much cost it will take and how much labour is required to successfully carry out the production.

2. sequence of events

Explanation: In Routing, flow needs to be determined and sequence of events needs to be laid in order to tune the flow accurately

3. Scheduling 

Explanation: In the Scheduling process, the task is to allocate the working hours to the workers and determine the length of each production flow. 

4. Dispatching 

Explanation: In Dispatching, orders and instructions will be given to start the production process.

  1. Answer for Practice Question 4

(Note: The text in italics is from the reading passage and shows the location from where the answer is taken or inferred. The text in the regular font explains the answer in detail.)

1. Unconscious Incompetence 

Explanation: In Unconscious Incompetence, the learner does not have any knowledge or skill. 

2. aware 

Explanation: In the second stage which is Conscious Incompetence, the learner becomes aware of what knowledge or skill that they’re lacking. 

3. Conscious Competence 

Explanation: In Conscious Competence, the learner learnt the skill but still not mastered it in a way that becomes natural.

4. realizing 

Explanation:  In the last stage, Unconscious competence, the skill is ingrained well in the learner. They can do some skill without even realizing that they’re doing it. This process mostly every individual goes through. If one knows this process, one can use it consciously to learn something. 

Also check IELTS academic reading flow chart completion tips

IELTS Academic Reading Flow chart Completion Question List for Practice 

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

The Printing Process

The printing processes are distinguished by the method of image transfer and the type of image carrier employed. Based on the process, the printed image will be transferred to the substrate either directly or indirectly. In direct printing, the images are directly transferred to the substrate while in indirect printing, the images are transferred to the blanket and then transferred to the substrate. 

There are three stages in the Printing Process. In the Prepress stage, several operations are executed including composition and typesetting, image assembly and image carrier preparation. During the Press stage, the actual printing operations are performed. Postpress involves the assembly of printed materials and operations such as binding and finishing will be executed. Each process involves the usage of different types of chemicals. During the preprocess stage, photo processing chemicals and solutions are used. Inks and cleaning solvents will be used in the press stage. Large amounts of adhesives will be used during the finishing process - postpress stage.

Questions 1 - 4 

Complete the flow chart below.

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

Stages in Printing Process

  • Answer for this Exercise 

(Note: The text in italics is from the reading passage and shows the location from where the answer is taken or inferred. The text in the regular font explains the answer in detail.)

1. typesetting 

Explanation: Paragraph 2 - In the Prepress stage, several operations are executed including composition and typesetting, image assembly and image carrier preparation. 

2. Press 

Explanation: Paragraph 2 - During the Press stage, the actual printing operations are performed.

3.  printed materials 
adhesives 

Explanation: Paragraph 2 - Postpress involves the assembly of printed materials
and operations such as binding and finishing will be executed.

 Large amounts of adhesives will be used during the finishing process - postpress stage. 

Conclusion 

You will be given 60 minutes to complete the IELTS academic reading test. If you’re not have proper practice for each question type, it will take a lot of time. These flow chart completion practice questions will help you to complete the reading test a little bit faster. You can also find practice questions for other question types on this website. 

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