In IELTS Reading Test, you're gonna encounter three different articles or essays on the reading paper and these are gonna be written at a college level. This doesn't mean they're going to be text taken from a college textbook. For example, they could be articles from a newspaper or a magazine.
The language in it is going to be written for a college-level audience, it's gonna be the same kind of level that you might encounter in your college coursework. Therefore, there are gonna be a range of topics possibly in a range of different kinds of materials, but all are going to reflect that kind of level.
A list of IELTS Reading Practice Tests that are the same as the actual exam in terms of format and difficulty level is provided hereafter:
|1||Practice Test 1||1||Practice Test 1|
|2||Practice Test 2||2||Practice Test 2|
|3||Practice Test 3||3||Practice Test 3|
|4||Practice Test 4||4||Practice Test 4|
|5||Practice Test 5||5||Practice Test 5|
|6||Practice Test 6||6||Practice Test 6|
|7||Practice Test 7||7||Practice Test 7||(to be updated)|
|8||Practice Test 8||8|
|9||Practice Test 9|
|10||Practice Test 10|
|11||Practice Test 11||(to be updated)|