Tips for IELTS

Tips for IELTS Test

Today I am going to share with you some tips for IELTS test.  These tips are to guide you before your IELTS test and they are for both GT and Academic tests. 

On this topic, you will find:

  • IELTS listening tips.
  • IELTS  Reading Tips.
  • IELTS  Speaking Tip.
  • IELTS  General Tips.

Tips for IELTS  Listening

  • Listen to original English audio material on your mp3 player/smartphone every day. Do it on the way to study / work/date. This is a hearing exercise,
    which will gradually adapt your ear to quickly perceive English.
    RECOMMENDED: audio versions of The Economist magazine, BBC Learning English broadcasts, audiobooks in English.
  • Watch your favorite movies, TV shows, and TV shows in English without subtitles. it
    will help to “plunge” into the language because we recommend treating the study of English not as a compulsory study, but as an exciting lesson.
  • Read more English texts. This will help to reproduce the heard speech on paper, as you can hear the word but not know its spelling.

Tips for IELTS  Reading

Read authentic English newspapers and magazines. Thus you will increase the speed of reading, you will learn more turns of speech and generally will be more familiar with the style of written English, which is different from other languages. However, do not count on a quick effect.
RECOMMENDED: The Economist magazine, sites of leading English-language newspapers and general magazines and generally high-quality modern periodicals, but not tabloids.
DO NOT RECOMMEND: English classic fiction, as usual, these books abound with irrelevant vocabulary, which is useless for IELTS.

Tips for IELTS Speaking

Again, watch English films, TV shows, and TV shows. Honestly, this is not will remove a block from your language, but then you can learn to reproduce the manner of the pronunciation of native speakers.

General Tips for IELTS

The following points are General Tips for the IELTS test:

  • If you decide to take IELTS, then start preparing right now and do not wait for a convenient
    moment. Such a moment may simply not come.
  • Establish an exam deadline and focus strictly on it. When you set a deadline for your goal, it becomes more real and feasible.
  • Every day, be sure to do at least something according to IELTS: one or two days of downtime in preparation can turn into months of inactivity.
  • Practice more on the parts that you have the weakest. As a rule
    most are Writing and Speaking.
  • Complete all practical tasks, time tracking. Only in this way will you learn to fit into the rules.
  • Actively use modern English-English study dictionaries: Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English; Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary; Macmillan English Dictionary for Advanced Learners; Collins COBUILD. These dictionaries were specially developed for those who study English, so they are much more useful in the study than ordinary explanatory dictionaries such as the Oxford Dictionary. Training dictionaries are written in an extremely accessible language, give the most relevant meaning of a word, and are crammed with all sorts of chips like synonyms, antonyms, and word combinations (collocations).
  • As a separate paragraph, we recommend using collocations dictionaries: Oxford Collocations Dictionary, Macmillan Collocations Dictionary. Using these dictionaries need to check their written work for the correct use of different words together. For example, the correct phrase is commit a crime, but not perform a crime. For the right collocation’s examiners increase the score.
  • Write down and constantly learn new words and phrases on specific topics (the so-called
    topic-based vocabulary). This is much more effective than learning words that are not united by one topic.
  • Before passing the exam, conduct at least two full mock exams for all four
    parts as close as possible to the format of a real exam. To do this, use new practice tests that you have not done before. Observe the time limit, do not get distracted and do not use dictionaries, reference books, etc. Provided that you reacted with
    all rigor and seriousness to simulate a real exam, including such tiniest details as using a simple pencil and exam answers sheet, you will get an unreal experience (+100500 to experience).
    NOTE: For spiking you will have to find a partner, because otherwise nothing.
  • On the day you take the main (written) part of IELTS, immediately before entering the examination room, drink a can of Red energy drink Bull. The power engineer will help to hold the whole exam in good shape, because of writing, many are already lose vigor and clarity of thinking. Drink no more than 400 ml of the drink, because more and more harmful, and the toilet wants.
  • Wear an electronic wristwatch with a stopwatch function for the exam. With the help of a stopwatch, you will clearly monitor the remaining time. This will help correctly allocate time for tasks.

Good luck with your IELTS test!

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