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  • The IELTS reading section tests candidates on a wide range of skills which include the ability to read the passage thoroughly or skim through it to understand and identify what the author wants to say. The reading test has a time limit of 60 minutes and has 40 questions. The question types you can come… Read More »

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  • Preparing for the IELTS in one month
    Posted on June 29, 2020
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    If we tell you that you have just one month to study for your IELTS exam, then you must be wondering how well you can make use of the one month to study effectively for the exam.  One thing you can do is to make a schedule to study for the exam. The schedule should… Read More »

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  • The IELTS Speaking Test has 3 parts. In part 1 you should expect personal questions about familiar topics, for example about your work or studies, your home, your family, etc. In Part 2 you will have to talk about a single subject for 1 to 2 minutes. You will be given four bullet points that… Read More »

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  • 7 tips to prepare for the IELTS exam
    Posted on June 16, 2020
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    The IELTS exam or the International English Language Testing System is designed to test the English language proficiency of non- native speakers. They will need to obtain a specific score if they want to work or study in a country where English is the main language of communication. If you intend to study or work… Read More »

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    The IELTS speaking section will assess your abilities to: Speak with fluency Use your vocabulary Make no grammatical errors Use the right pronunciation You can do well in this section provided you take care not to do the following things in your speaking test. Don’t memorize the answers Scripted answers won’t get you anywhere, it’s… Read More »

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  • The listening section of the IELTS should be attempted with caution. Since you can listen to the recording only once, you should avoid these common mistakes while attempting this part of your IELTS test. Low concentration on the audio: As people, we end up with a preconceived idea. Many people listen badly. The greatest mistake… Read More »

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