IELTS, the International English Language Testing System, it is recognised by over 6,000 organisations worldwide, including universities, employers, professional bodies, immigration authorities and other government agencies.
IELTS is very common to international students.
We hope that we could share some creative ways of learning English effectively. Here are some of the ways:
- Be sure that the style used is appropriate ( formal language to be used in essays or in formal letters/informal language to be used in the informal letters)
- Make sure you answer the question
- There is no right or wrong answer as long as you answer the question. The language is assessed not the ideas.
- Focus on both sides of the question ( agree/disagree; positive/negative aspects; advantages/disadvantages; problems/solutions; causes/effects)
- Write your answers in capital letters to avoid making punctuation mistakes
- Use the checking time at the end of each section to read the next section
- Predict answers. Your prediction may be the correct answer
- Don’t focus on spelling during the listening. You can check the spelling at the end of the test when you transfer the answers onto the answer sheet
- Answers should be in order in the text
- The first 2 sections of the test are easier than the third one so answer the questions in order
- Don’t leave empty boxes. Write an answer even if you are not sure it is the correct answer.
- Read the questions first and then find the information in the texts.
- Keep on talking. The more you talk, the higher the score
- Listen to the questions and make sure you answer the question. Going off topic may mean that you didn’t understand the topic or you are trying to use memorized answers
- Give shorter answers for PART1 and longer answers for PART3
- Make sure you talk about PART 2 for at least for 90 seconds