IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System. It is a test which assesses the language proficiency of the candidates who wish to go for further studies or to settle in English-speaking countries.
Well, the answer is here.
People mostly believe in the myth that IELTS test is difficult but it is not the case if proper preparation and practice is done. It is difficult for those who do not practice properly.
One should also be clear about choosing the right module between the two-Academic and General. There are some general tips for all the four modules-
Transfer the reading strategies you use in your native language while learning any other language.
Communicate yourself with clarity to a larger audience than telephonic or verbal communication with your writing skills.
Be an authentic speaker and develop an accent that shows your high emotional state and personality.
Listen carefully so that you can interpret it quickly and correctly to speak and respond swiftly and effectively.
1. Overview: Read the following carefully:
2. Understand the main points: Underline the keywords or the lead sentence in each paragraph.
3. Interpret diagrams: The information in the diagram can be used to understand the written text. Try to find links between text and graphical information.
4. Find the information required: One needs to know the organisation of the text to find the information required. Often names, numbers and italics help to find the exact answers.
5. Understand unknown words: Knowing the meaning of unfamiliar words is also necessary. Its meaning may have been defined in the glossary at the end of the page. It helps to carry out the required task. There are some other points which need to be noted which are that the answers must be grammatically correct, spellings should be correct and the word limit should also be kept in mind.
There are some Dos for writing module:
In general, for writing a good content, one should follow these steps:
1. Planning: The first step should be to make a plan as it will make the writing more organised. It gives an idea to the candidate about what to write and in which order.
2. Focusing: This task is to see how appropriately and accurately a candidate can write. The focus should be only on doing what is asked in the task and nothing more than that. If the candidate does not focus on the task and writes irrelevant information, he/she will be penalised.
3. Checking: One needs to check for clarity, relevance, grammatical accuracy and presentation. This helps to review the whole task once again.
There are some Dos for speaking module:
Following these tips and strategies give the candidate a deep insight into the information which a candidate needs to keep in mind when appearing for the test.
Dedicated practice routine along with these tips will surely give you an edge over others.
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