iTEP Prep: Simpler Listening Questions
During the iTEP listening section of iTEP, you will hear a conversation or lecture and then answer questions about it on the screen. Each conversation or lecture is played only once, but you can take notes while listening.
The first part of the listening section includes four short conversations. Here are six examples of this type of question. Try them, and if you feel ready to an iTEP Practice Test, you can do so for free for a limited time.
When you listen, always try to figure out who is speaking and what they are talking about. Use keywords to tell you the setting of the conversation.
Of course, some times are not spoken. Using logic to figure out what is happening in a conversation is a powerful skill.
You can often tell how people know one another from their conversation. As you listen to this sample iTEP listening question, see if you can determine the relationship between the speakers.
Specifics are important. See if you can remember all of the details you hear in this sample iTEP listening question.
Every conversation has a purpose. As you listen to this sample iTEP listening question, see if you can determine why the conversation is happening.