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.
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Even though, there are many English exams, IELTS tops the charts due to the fact that they are very easy, understandable and recognised by more number of universities and by immigration departments of many western countries around the world. This International English Language Testing System has many advantages for the candidates who practice it, as it will develop not only their English skills but also their knowledge about various departments of science, medicine, education and so on with respect to the western countries.
Candidates need brainstorming skills while taking IELTS exam, particularly for the writing and speaking module. Speaking needs this type of skill in part 2 of the module as it is where a topic will be given with one minute time duration for preparation. After one minute, the candidate has to speak for two minutes continuously with respective to the topic. During the one minute preparation time, the candidate should make use of it to the full extent by thinking of the topic and generating more points else he will be running out of points during the two minute speech.
Setting an IELTS question paper needs a formula and a methodology which should be strictly adhered to, whereas many IELTS question booklet available online does not follow these procedures. Listening test modules should have increasing order of difficulty which is similar for reading as well and both these modules should not start from difficulty level. Section of the former should have two or more speakers in first and second whereas only one speaker should be in the transcripts of the sessions two and four.
IELTS has published many practice materials for the candidates who wish to sit for the exam, which are available both in electronic form or paper form. These materials constitutes of both practice materials and exam question papers as well. In addition, they also provide online practice materials through their website which will open until or unless the candidates register and pays the full amount for IELTS exam.
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.
Conclusion is the last paragraph of the writing task-two essay, for candidates who sit for both general and academic. Therefore it is mandatory to have a conclusion as a part of your writing task, if not included, the examiner will provide you less marks and the band score won’t be more than four. There is a strategy to write conclusion which is to be followed and an important rule is that the conclusion should never have any news points which were not discussed in the supporting paragraphs of the essay.
Supporting paragraphs of writing task two irrespective of it being general or academic, should be not more than two or three. If the questions are regarding advantages and disadvantages or agree and disagree, two paragraphs are enough whereas if it being regarding problems causes and solution, it can have three paragraphs for each. Each paragraph should be well organized with the first sentence being topic sentence with no linking words as it should be an individual one and do not depend on any other sentence.