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  • IELTS will resume its paper-based tests
    Posted on October 17, 2020
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    The British Council has announced the resumption of the IELTS paper-based test in India from October 24th onwards. The paper-based tests were temporarily suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This is good news for those planning to take the paper-based IELTS test. If you are planning to take the IELTS paper-based test, you will have… Read More »

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  • Super six tips for IELTS Listening
    Posted on October 13, 2020
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    Like all other parts of the IELTS exam, the listening section of the IELTS exam is also important. In this section your listening skills are put to test. The listening test involves listening to four samples which consist of conversations and monologues and then answering questions based on them. Here are some tips to do… Read More »

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    The reading section is an important part of the IELTS reading test where your approach to the text can determine your score. The reading section tests candidates on a wide range of skills which include the ability to read the passage to understand and identify what the author wants to say. Adopting certain reading techniques… Read More »

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    There are many purposes to take the IELTS test, for some the reason may be to migrate to another country, for others it may be for admission to a foreign university for study abroad. Whatever the reason, there will be a definite score range one has to achieve to meet the objective. The idea of… Read More »

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    If you want to become a more proficient language learner, it’s important to increase your vocabulary range. It is important to understand words and know how to use them and write them correctly, and will help you perform better in the IELTS Listening Test. However, if your answer is spelled incorrectly and since you are… Read More »

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    The IELTS writing section consists of two tasks, in Task 1 candidates will be given a task based on some information, presented in graphic and/or diagrammatic form. Candidates are expected to write a descriptive report of at least 150 words by comparing and contrasting the information and making connections between the two in 20 minutes.… Read More »

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