An overview of the reading component of the Aptis Test. We explain the question-types, include some example activities and give you our top tips for passing with a good mark.
Our tips for passing the Aptis reading test are also very useful for any exams with a reading component, such as Trinity ISE, Cambridge, IELTS, Language Cert, EOI, etc.
Sentence comprehension is Part 1 in the Reading Test. It’s a multiple-choice gap-fill exercise in the form of a very short informal email, note or letter. There are 5 gaps to fill.
Part 2 of the Aptis Reading Test is on text cohesion. You must put six sentences in the correct order to form a very short text. We show you how.
Part 3 of the Reading Test is opinion matching. You read the opinions of four different people on the same topic and match them with seven more statements.
Part 4 of the Reading Test is on long text comprehension. You read have to seven paragraphs and choose the best headings for them from a list of eight.
Aptis for Teachers Reading Test Part 1 is Sentence Comprehension. It’s a multiple-choice gap-fill exercise in the form of a very short informal text with 5 gaps, as in Aptis General.
Part 2 of the Aptis Reading Test is on text cohesion. You have to put six sentences in the correct order to form a very short text. We show you how to look for clues.
Aptis for Teachers Reading Test Part 3 tests your ability to read and understand short texts. You have to complete a text with seven missing words from a list.