IELTS Preparation Tips & Tricks to Improve your IELTS Score
To do well in IELTS, you need to understand how the IELTS test works. This is quite difficult to do quickly because there are plenty of task types, and so many sections to the test (Speaking includes three parts and Writing includes two parts and so on). Each part tests your different skills in different ways. So, there’s a lot to learn.
For example, do you know?
- About distracters in the listening test?
- The importance of a data overview sentence in Academic Writing Task 1?
- What to do when you don’t understand a question in speaking part 3?
You could read an IELTS book to find out, but it’s almost impossible to take in all this information at one time. So we can Help you on this You can Join our Demo class to explore more things on IELTS preparation.
Here are Some Quick Tips for confirming you do your best on the test day
Arrive on time & be prepared
- Double-check the time and date of your test which gives you sufficient time to travel to the test centre, because if you late you are not allowed to take the test.
- Be sure you have original identification documents with you. If you arrive with the wrong ID proofs, you will not be allowed to take the test.
Try to Calm & Relaxed
- Try to remain calm during test
- If you have any questions – our friendly centre staff are here to help
- Read the IELTS rules and regulations before the test so you understand them.
Follow the instructions
- Switch off your mobile phone & any electronic devices. Place these things with other personal belongings outside the test room.
- Listening, Reading & Writing tests take 2 hours 40 min & there are no breaks between each component of the test.
- Listen to the supervisor carefully & follow the test day instructions
- Don’t lose points over careless mistakes done by you because of you didn’t read the question properly
Beware of Time
- Watches are not allowed in the test room. Every test room has a clock on the wall. Stay aware of the time So you can attempt all questions on time.
- Listing, Reading & writing tests have a number of sections; spend enough time on each section.
Do your Best
- Don’t worried, take some deep breaths to help you calm down
- Work peacefully, focus on the questions, don’t rush your answers & you will do your best.