Practice Listening Test

To help you prepare correctly for the CUET test you should play each audio clip below one time only. Do not pause the audio clip.

Press play on the audio clip below and then read through the questions using the strategies covered in your listening lesson.

Listening Test Part One

Questions 1-9

Complete the notes below from a welcome talk at a British university.

Listening Test Part Two

Questions 10-14

Choose the correct letter A, B or C.

There will now be a short break of 30 seconds in this dialogue.

You will hear 3 tones at 10-second intervals.

Use this time to look ahead at questions 15-18 which are about the next part of the dialogue.

Questions 15-18: University Open Day continued

Choose the correct information about the Flying Start scheme.

There will now be a short break of 30 seconds in this dialogue.

You will hear 3 tones at 10-second intervals.

Use this time to look ahead at questions 19-28 which are about the next part of the dialogue.

Questions 19-22: University Open Day continued

Choose the correct information about the course.

Questions 23-28: University Open Day continued

Complete the sentences below.

Write the missing number(s) or word for each answer.

Listening Test Part Three

Click the play button below to hear a talk about nursing awards.

Questions 29-34

Complete the sentences below.

Write the missing number(s) or ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.

There will now be a short break of 30 seconds in this dialogue.

You will hear 3 tones at 10-second intervals.

Use this time to look ahead at questions 35-40 which are about the next part of the dialogue.

Questions 35-40: Nursing Awards continued

Do the statements below agree with the information you hear?           

TRUE                if the statement agrees with the information

FALSE              if the statement contradicts the information

NOT GIVEN     if there is no information about this

This is the end of the practice listening test. Congratulations on completing the test. Review your answers and think about where you need to improve.