Wednesday, August 3, 2016

4 Ways IELTS Will Make You Better

IELTS Davao has an increasing demand of IELTS candidates who are either applying to work or study overseas. Those who take their reviews in IELTS Davao were hesitant at first. They didn’t think that they’d be able to handle the IELTS comprehensive course guide. So, it is the duty of IELTS Davao to make sure they constantly advance their lessons and exercises to continuously help candidates pass their IELTS test.

If you are a candidate, one of the things that you most concerned about is your difficulty in adapting to the English language. IELTS or International English Language Testing System is an English proficiency test which is a requirement if you want to work, migrate or study in a country where the main language is English. It has four sub-sections – Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing. You must pass all four sub-sections to be able to assess how you use English in your everyday life. Taking the IELTS exam can be arduous.


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However, an IELTS Review Center in Davao shares that nothing is difficult if you are prepared for it.

Here are 4 ways IELTS will make you better:
  1. Speaking. For the Speaking Test, each of the following are equally weighted: Grammatical Range, Fluency and Coherence, Lexical Resource and Pronunciation. You don’t need to give a prepared speech. Don’t get off the topic too. Keep in mind to always speak directly to the Examiner, not to the recording equipment. Organize your train of thoughts. Link ideas and sentences appropriately. Make sure to talk clearly at normal speed and use a wide range of structures and vocabulary.

  2. Listening. The Listening Test contains 40 items. In listening, IELTS Review Center in Davao advises to use the example at the beginning of the first section to familiarize yourself with the tone, the situation, and the speakers. Keep listening until the recording stops, look only at the questions that you may relate to the part being played. Always check the grammar and spelling of your answers.

  3. Reading. IELTS grades in the same level, both the Academic and General Training Reading Tests. IELTS will teach you to skim and scan. By going through each passage quickly, you will be able to identify features such as the style, the likely source, the topic, the writer’s purpose and what you need to know. Check the instructions carefully.

  4. Writing. The Writing Test (both Academic and General Training) is marked on the following basis: Task Achievement (for Task 1), Task Response (for Task 2), Coherence and Cohesion, Grammatical Range, Lexical Resource and Accuracy. Know the word limit. If you write less than 150 words in Task 1 or less than 250 in Task 2 you will lose marks. But there is no maximum number of words for either. However, it doesn’t mean you can write on and on, you still need to save time to check your answer.



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