Monday, September 15, 2014

General Ielts Tips

Success in the IELTS exam requires a candidate for the test format and the specific techniques for answering questions to know. Make sure that you are fully equipped with this knowledge. (See Resources on the Internet and books)
People who tell you that IELTS needs no preparation, if your English is good you will not believe. Even if it is, you have yet to learn the right skills for the test. I would suggest a period of two weeks preparation time, although this will vary depending on the degree of familiarity with English. The examination fees are high, and if you do not get the band score, wait for three months before you take the test again you have.

As in all other tests, practice is the key to well in the IELTS. Make sure you have plenty before you appear for the test.

Answer all questions. There is no negative marking for wrong answers.

Preparation for the testStart by making yourself familiar with the test format. Then read the online resources that I have proposed. Then you can step up to IELTS to begin the basic skills you need to build to do the test. Finally going to do that. 4 tests in Cambridge IELTS 3 under test conditions This should get you ready to take the IELTS.

The British Council offers preparatory courses for IELTS. A placement test is first to assess the candidates level of English instead. It costs Rs 400 / -. A four-day intensive course held prior to the day of the test. It costs Rs 5600 / -. If you can afford the fees, the price might be a good idea as it gives you an insight into IELTS with a lot of practice. I think it would not help those whose level is very bad (maybe they would not do well in the placement test itself) or very good (they can not take the course). It would be very useful for persons that are somewhere in the middle of the spectrum.
Ielts Test day
Make sure that you have visited the site of the test a few days before the test date certain. Come at least half an hour earlier than the specified reporting period. We arrived late were your stress levels rising and the examination requires that you completely relaxed and ready to give your best.

There is no break between the four components of the test. This means that for about 3-3.5 hours, you can not eat, drink or visit the restroom. However, water was provided in the test hall, the examination and students where I could visit the toilet, but was only during the test in progress (not in the time between the various modules). Since time is a key factor in the exam, no one would want to spend time going to the bathroom in the middle of the test waste. Make sure to visit the toilet before the test begins.

Carry your original and valid passport, as it is mandatory. Also take the letter you gave the location of the examination and your roll number. The receipt for the IELTS fee is another document that is sometimes asked for. Take it too.

Take a series of sharpened pencils, a pencil sharpener, eraser and pens. Do all components of the test in pencil. For listening and reading, the use is prescribed by a pencil. For writing, it's much easier to delete what you write in pencil if you want to change a set. If you use a pen, deleting sentences or words creates a mess.

Time is a critical factor in the test. Make sure that you have a clock that works and shows the correct time. Keep it in front of you on your desk while you work. It is all too easy to forget how much time has passed.

You can put anything on the question of how to write sheet. It is not to be read by the examiner. You can underline words, write down your ideas for the written test or write the answers for the listening test.

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