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Student Accommodation: IELTS Reading With Answers

IELTS General Test – Passage 07: Student Accommodation reading with answers explanation, location and pdf summary. This reading paragraph has been taken from our huge collection of Academic & General Training (GT) Reading practice tests PDF’s.

Student Accommodation

The College offers five basic accommodation options. Here is some information to help you make your choice.

A     CAMBOURNE HOUSE â€“ self-catering, student residence, located in the town centre about 2 miles from the main College campus. Up to 499 students live in 6, 7 and 8 bedroom flats, all with en-suite shower rooms. Rent is £64 per week, including bills (not telephone). Broadband Internet connections and telephones, with communal kitchen/dining and lounge areas. Parking space is available, with permits costing £60 per term.
       
    STUDENT VILLAGE â€“ features 3, 4, 5 and 7 bedroom, self-catering shared houses for 250 students close to the main College campus. Rent is £60 per week inclusive of bills (except telephone). Parking is available with permits costing £90 for the academic year.
       
C     HANLEY HOUSE â€“ a second, modern, self-catering residence in the town centre for 152 students. Eighteen rooms per floor with communal kitchens, lounges, bathrooms and toilets. Rent is £53 per week including bills (not telephone). There is no space for parking nearby.
       
D     GLENCARRICK HOUSE â€“ a privately-owned and managed student residence in the town centre above a multi-storey car park, close to a major nightclub and housing 120 students. Rooms are allocated by the College Accommodation Service. Rents range from £58.50 to £68.50 for a single en-suite room or larger en-suite room respectively. A small extra charge is made for electricity.
       
E     HOUSE SHARES â€“ this recent initiative is a range of shared houses for 140 students, conforming to standards set by us to meet all legal safety requirements. A room in a shared house costs between £45 and £55 per week, exclusive of bills, and will be within a 4-mile radius of both campuses. As with halls of residence, the rent is payable termly.

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Questions 21-27

Look at the accommodation options A-E on the above text. For which options are the following statements true?

Write the correct letter A-E in boxes 21-27 on your answer sheet.

NB You may use any letter more than once.

21.  This is possibly inconvenient for car owners.  
22.  This is best if you like surfing the Web.
23.  Of the College residences, this has the fewest students.  
24.  This is a new option offered by the College.  
25.  You have to organise parking a year at a time.  
26.  This accommodation does not belong to the College.  
27.  Here you definitely do not have your own bathroom. 

Reading Answers

Check out Student Accommodation reading answers below with explanations and locations given in the text.

  1. C
  2. A
  3. D
  4. E
  5. B
  6. D
  7. C

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