There is a common assumption that accent plays a major role in IELTS assessment whereas on the contrary it is not. Accent is important only during the listening process as the candidate should have the ability to identify and understand the pronunciation of the words and letters played in the transcript. Some letters have pronunciation of phonetics especially letter ‘a’ will be pronounced in the manner of ‘i' which actually follows the pronunciation of ‘ai’.
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Candidates who register for IELTS exam has to enter their address details along with their personal details in the respective column, in addition, they should also upload the scanned copy of their passport`s the front and last page.
Universities around the world demand a score of more than band 6 in all four modules and an overall score of band 7 for admission. Candidates need to fulfill this requirement to get an admission seat at prestigious colleges else the colleges of low ranking alone would suffix their need. Scoring band 6 in overall in academic reading module will be a result of hard work and the candidates should be a competent English user.
IELTS candidates are to be taught with nuances for scoring higher band of more than 7 in all the four modules such as listening, reading, writing and speaking as practice alone will not be sufficient for those who need band score of more than 7. Candidates needs to know the tips for not getting panic during the exam especially in the listening module as most of them panic when they miss one answer and eventually this will result in missing the subsequent answers.
Candidates during the examination have to overcome exam fear as this will be a great challenging task for them. It is usual to face such fears but every candidate would be able to score above band seven only if they have the potential to overcome or reduce their fears. At prestige institute, candidates are well trained for such attributes as it plays a major role for the candidate to score high and be relaxed throughout the exam. Achieving such a stage will happen if the candidate turmoil themselves during the vigorous practice sessions conducted at this Prestige institute.
Usually candidates either get a map or diagram type of questions in section two of the IELTS listening test but luckily since it will have one speaker who guides through the diagram, they can easily follow and find the answers. Initially, the candidates should make use of the time gap given before the start of listening transcript, during which they should check the answers which are needed in the diagrams and check the parts to which they are about to be labelled.
Candidates might get map type of questions in section 2 of IELTS listening test but luckily since it will have one speaker alone guiding through the map, they can easily follow and find the answers. Initially, the candidates should make use of the time gap given before the start of listening transcript, during which they should check the places mentioned the maps and consider them as landmark. After that, they can mark the direction of north east west and south so that while the transcription is played, they can easily follow them and find the places.
Candidates usually read the question, underline the keywords and wait for the keywords to hear the answers but multiple choice questions does not work that way. The candidate should understand the conversation which comes from usually three or four speakers and then try to answer the questions. And another challenge here which the candidate has to face is, the speaker will discuss all the three options and then later will confirm an option which tends to be the correct one.
To get the answer correct in fill in type of questions, there are more strategies than listening alone; which will be discussed in this article. Firstly, the instructions are to be read clearly, it may mention one word only or one word and a number or a number alone. We should always adhere to this as if we fail to do so, we will be penalised for it. For example, if the answer is a year, it should be mentioned as 1944 and not in words if the instruction says one word or a number.
Task 1 in academic writing will be a formal report on graphical representation of an image which can be a graph like bar, line or pie chart or a flow diagram. The formal report should be of 150 words and should be well organized with three paragraphs, out of which introduction and conclusion is a must. Then supporting evidence should be given in middle of it. Candidates should ensure that the body part of this task 1 academic is rich in vocabulary and full of different types of sentence structure.