The International English Language Testing System or the IELTS test, as it is commonly known as, is a test of one's ability to communicate in English - the score of which is recognized throughout the globe for academic and career-related purposes. With a maximum score of 9, it is said that on an average, IELTS test-takers score 6 points - which may not quite meet the requirements set by most academic and professional organizations. However, scoring a higher score is easy with the right kind and amount of preparation.
This course is a complete and definitive IELTS preparation guide that offers much more than just high-quality lessons based on the official syllabus. With over 14 hours of engaging content, you will be exposed to techniques to help you ace the IELTS and score a near-9 score.
- Learn time-tested strategies to ace every section of the IELTS
- Get access to sectional mock tests at the end of every section to assess your strengths and weaknesses better
- Get access to two full-length mock tests and gain a complete test taking experience for your IELTS preparation
There are few things which are important to get high bands in IELTS.
- Start reading news papers and magazines or novels etc.
- Practice under time bound manner
- Get the right feed back from an experienced Trainer.
- For writing - work on two skills; presentation and grammar.
- Foe speaking be more interactive, work on - Intonation, pronunciation, fluency and sense of language.
- Reading is really, gives hard time to the students if one does not habit of reading.
- Listening needs concentration, perseverance, purpose and understanding.
If one needs to prepare for the exam in one week only. He should have sound knowledge about English language. Not only this, even he should be well aware about the format of the exam only then he can do well at the time of exam. Because I personally believe, one needs at least 15 days regular practice even if he is very good in English. Usually candidates who are good in English, they go for the exam without doing much preparation. At the end of the day, they do not come up with desired results. Still if someone wants to prepare in 1 week, he should go through all modules first then after he should work more on the modules where he is weak .
For diagnosing weak areas, either one should take any experienced trainer or from any person who has already taken IELTS and came with good bands.
Top Tip- Schedule Your Study
This is probably the most important part of this article. As human beings, we tend to think that we have more time than we actually do, in order to achieve something. Lots of students have 3 months to study and they do a little bit of work every week for the first 2 and a half months and then realize that their exam is next week and they still know very little.
Don’t let this happen to you by scheduling your study.
First of all, you must stop doing non-essential things for the entire time before your exam. Stop checking Facebook every 10 minutes, playing games on your phone, wasting time with friends or watching TV. These non-productive things waste an unbelievable amount of time that could be better spent improving your chances of getting the score you need. This might sound harsh, but if you want to get a seriously high score, you have to work seriously hard. For me, hard work is the number one differential. It doesn’t matter how intelligent you are or how naturally good you are at learning English, if you work hard, you will get the scores you need.
You should do the following things:
1. Make a list of all of the things you need to do before you do the test. These should be as specific as possible e.g. learn technique for part 2 of speaking test, listen to podcast every day, read 4 English newspaper articles each day, practice test etc.
2. Work out how much free time you have every day from now until your test.
3. Get a calendar (make your own calendar or use an electronic one) and fill out what you are going to do every day before your test.
4. Tick off every day and every task you complete as you do them.
5. Don’t skip. If you miss something, go back and do it.
If you follow the advice above you will be more prepared that 95% of people doing the test.
Best of Luck..!!
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