Academic Reading 

What is academic reading? Academic reading is an active process of reading where the reader interacts with a text through taking notes, making connections between the text through what they already know and what other texts have said, and asking critical questions about the content they read. Academic reading involves a multi-faceted approach of engagement where the reader uses a range of reading strategies (prediction, surveying, skimming, scanning, analysis, reading in detail and summarising) to determine the scope and relevance of a piece and deciding which parts should be read in more depth (Wilson, 2022).

Reading tests

AEUK tests. Academic texts with a variety of question types. Click here.

Reading Summary

AEUK texts. Identify the main points and write a summary. Click here.

Reading Skills

Different texts and exercises to improve reading skills. Click here.