Do you think clearing the IELTS reading test is way too out of your league? Is so, No it’s not. There’s a way out of everything and there’s a way to get you through this as well. So don’t worry too much by just questioning your ability but take more time about focusing on how
In the IELTS exam, you are given instructions before every type of question. Some of the students directly hit the question and start solving without even reading the instructions. While it is good to save time by not consuming too much time in reading instructions, skipping it completely would cost you with lowered band score.
Students intending to score high in IELTS develop several myths about it. Many students are found having misconceptions of getting Band 7 and above in IELTS. Let us find out what these myths are: 1. The More you Write, the More you Score in IELTS Writing Students struggle a lot to score at
Many candidates say that they find it very difficult to retake the IELTS test: they feel they have already done what they were supposed to do and they cannot figure out what went wrong in their last test. For candidates who take IELTS for immigration or college application, re-sitting the test can be a stressful
ANYONE attempting the IELTS reading section without preparation will struggle to reach a Band 7. This part of the exam is not easy and even native speakers have challenges. In this post we cover: -the three types of reading -what is active reading and why it’s useful -a technique to get you practising everyday -a range