A poster for exam candidates

A poster for exam candidates

Read the poster outside an exam room to practise and improve your reading skills.

Do the preparation task first. Then read the text and do the exercises.

Reading text

Poster 1


  • Doors close 5 minutes before the exam begins.
  • Show your student ID card to examiner when you enter the room.
  • No phones, no books.

Poster 2


  • Have your ID card ready.
  • Listen to the instructions.
  • Arrive 10 minutes before exam.


  • Mobile phones switched off and put away.
  • ID card visible on the desk.
  • No talking. 
  • No food or drinks in exam room.

Poster 3

  • Follow the examiner's instructions.
  • If you have a question, raise your hand.
  • No mobile phones, books or bags in the exam.
  • Please use a blue or black pen.

Task 1

Task 2


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Submitted by MABCAN on Sat, 16/12/2023 - 16:17


When I was a student, from primary school to university, I took lots of tests and exams, I was enjoying preparing for exams, especially in winter at night, when it was raining. I always succeed in exams and get the highest scores.

I've prepared for the IELTS exam for more than 2 Months, I intend to take it in January. Of course a
I like doing exams because it helps me to get the best opportunities in my life.

Submitted by V4Vendetta on Sat, 09/12/2023 - 15:30


I've had some exams recently, about information technology, and English, they were written exams so I wasn't feeling anxious while taking them.
And I've had a lot of job interviews in the last few months, which could be similar to an exam. In one of them they tested my preparation on Excel and on speaking and writing in English. It went ok, but it was very basic.

Submitted by Ayaka303 on Tue, 05/12/2023 - 23:08


Do you have a lot of exams? Do you like exams?
- Yes, I do. I have had a lot of exams when I was a child. I don’t like exams, but if I prepare to learn and memorize a lot of things enough, I have a confidence during exams.

Submitted by Hy2601 on Tue, 24/10/2023 - 11:11


when i studied at school, i hate to exams because i dont study.At now i think the exams extreme need to improve your skill and impotant for study you can become a person you want

Submitted by pikanov on Mon, 23/10/2023 - 08:41


When I continue to master study, there are a lot of exams per semester. Of course, I don't like exams because they force my endorphins out.

Submitted by Semen Goryachev on Tue, 17/10/2023 - 18:58


I don't like exams. I'm afraid of exams!

Submitted by S. Reza on Wed, 11/10/2023 - 04:20


Not anymore. I like exam. It makes us know our level

Submitted by betelf on Mon, 09/10/2023 - 16:24


Not anymore, I graduated from university in 2017. I recently took an online computer science course. In the course, I had exams every two months for each module and a project presentation at the end. I didn't particularly like exams, but they certainly help with learning.

Submitted by eghtgsfvewq on Sun, 08/10/2023 - 11:16


I took two exams annually for a duration of twelve years. I dislike the exam