Sunday, April 8, 2012

Tips For IELTS Success

In listening, use the pattern at the start of the first part to become familiar with the sound situation and speaker.

To listen while recording stops, looking only to matters which relate to the part being played.

Often there are breaks in the recording between different sections. Use them to practice for the next set of questions.

Listening Answer questions in the order they appear in that book. Remember that they usually follow the order of information in the record.

After recording, you have less time to transfer your answers on the answer sheet. Check your grammar and spelling as you do so.

In academic reading begins with a quick passage in order to identify features such as theme, style, likely source, the purpose of the writer and intended reader.

As you read, do not try to understand the correct meaning of each word or phrase. It takes time, and those parts of the text can not be experienced anyway.

For the reading task sometimes have an answer for example. If so, study it and decide why it is correct.

Some tasks require you to use words from the text in the answer, while others must use their own words. Check the instructions carefully.

The instructions may also include a word boundary, for example. Use no more than three words. Stick to it, and unnecessary words in your answer.

In set of guidelines, you should always keep the theme set. Never try to prepare parts of the text before the exam.

Stick to the proposed timetable has more marks as Task 2 Task 1.

Organizing and connecting your ideas and sentences properly, using a wide range of languages and shows your ability (in task 2) to discuss ideas and express opinions.

If you write less than 150 words in task 1 or less than 250 in Task 2 will lose marks, but there is no maximum number of words or.

When planning your essay, allow time at the end to check your work.

In speaking, do not struggle to give a prepared speech or talk about different topics you want to discuss.

Always talk directly to the examiner, not the recording equipment recording equipment.

Every time you answer "Yes" or "No" to questions of the examiner, add more information for your reply. In any case, seeks to explain at least one point.
Keep in mind that they are tested on their general knowledge but also the ability to communicate effectively.

Organizing and connecting your ideas and sentences properly, speak clearly at normal speed and use a wide range of structures and vocabulary.
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