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How to Attempt Reading and Writing Fill in the Blanks


There are two tasks in the reading section in which the test taker has to fill in the blanks. The only difference between Reading and Writing Fill in the Blanks and Fill in the Blanks is that in the former, you have to select one option from a drop-down list provided for each blank separately. Whereas in the latter, a single list of options is provided and you have to fill all the blanks from...

PTE Reading Tips : Multiple Choice, Multiple Answer


In Reading Multiple Choice, Multiple Answer tasks, you will get a passage up to 300 words long. You have to read it and answer a multiple-choice question based on it. From a group of five to seven options, you have to select more than one correct option.  In the PTE Academic test, you will get  2 or 3 questions based on Reading Multiple Choice, Multiple Answer format. For Reading Multiple Choice...

How to Become a Pro at Re-order Paragraphs Tasks: 9 Tips


In Re-order Paragraphs tasks, several text boxes appear on the screen in a random order. You have to arrange the boxes to make a meaningful paragraph. As per the current PTE Academic Reading test format, the complete text will be up to 150 words long. The test will include 2-3 questions based on the Re-order Paragraphs task. You can use any of the following methods to move the text boxes in Re...

PTE Reading Tips: Fill in the Blanks


In Fill in the Blanks tasks, a passage up to 80 words long, with some missing words, is displayed on the screen, and you have to fill the gaps from a list of words placed in a blue box. 4-5 questions based on the Fill in the Blanks format typically appear in the PTE Academic test. You must build your vocabulary and have a reasonably sound knowledge of “collocations” to ace Fill in the Blanks...