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Answered on 12/05/2020 Learn IELTS Listening Test +3 IELTS Coaching IELTS Academic Reading IELTS General Reading

Merlyn

IELTS - British Council Certified Trainer, Spoken English PGDEMA, MA, BA,

Learning the techniques through practising each skill - Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. For the reading section, the following are the techniques:1) Skimming and Scanning 2) Make sure you time yourself to read a passage3) Mark the keywords
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Answered on 12/05/2020 Learn IELTS Listening Test +3 IELTS Coaching IELTS Academic Reading IELTS General Reading

Merlyn

IELTS - British Council Certified Trainer, Spoken English PGDEMA, MA, BA,

As writing has two, Task 1 and Task 2. In Task 1 of writing, try to find the reason why you are writing the letter. Break your questions and note the key points. It will help you elaborate on your letter. See if the letter is formal or informal. It will help you to maintain the tone in your letter. Lastly... read more

As writing has two, Task 1 and Task 2. In Task 1 of writing, try to find the reason why you are writing the letter. Break your questions and note the key points. It will help you elaborate on your letter. See if the letter is formal or informal. It will help you to maintain the tone in your letter. Lastly focus on linking words which will help you in the continuity of paragraph.
Task 2: Note the keywords and choose whether you agree or disagree/whether you are talking about the advantages or disadvantage and according to write the passage.

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Answered on 13/05/2020 Learn IELTS Listening Test +3 IELTS Coaching IELTS Academic Reading IELTS General Reading

Kamini Kapoor

Speak Like Kamini

What exactly do you mean to say when you say failed. What is the score you are aiming, and what score did you achieve? There are a couple of things you can do to improve your band in the speaking module. Using idioms but relevantly can help improve your score. Similarly, using phrasal verbs and a... read more

What exactly do you mean to say when you say failed. What is the score you are aiming, and what score did you achieve? 

 

There are a couple of things you can do to improve your band in the speaking module. 
Using idioms but relevantly can help improve your score. Similarly, using phrasal verbs and a useful vocabulary helps to fetch you a better band. 

Fluency is another factor. Speak as much English as possible with family friends and groups on social sites. Practice speaking on familiar topics like your hobbies, job, subjects, college, aim, home, family members and so on. Also, there is a wide range of cue cards available online and offline. Practice speaking on them. The more you practice, the more the ideas to express. 

Hiring a professional trainer to achieve your desired band is another option you can look into.

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Answered on 08/05/2020 Learn IELTS Listening Test +3 IELTS Coaching IELTS Academic Reading IELTS General Reading

Nev L.

IELTS writing section can be difficult sometimes. You have to keep a couple of things in mind when it comes to writing IELTS essays or letters to get the desired result. 1. Concentrate on the structure of your answer. Your answers should be "structured". By structured, it means, there should be a flow... read more

IELTS writing section can be difficult sometimes. You have to keep a couple of things in mind when it comes to writing IELTS essays or letters to get the desired result.

1. Concentrate on the structure of your answer. Your answers should be "structured". By structured, it means, there should be a flow of thought from one paragraph to another. The context should not change, and the answer should be highly focused on that particular topic.

 

2. You can use words like "however", "in addition to", "having said that", to conclude your statements. Also, to maintain the flow between the sentences and the paragraphs.

 

3. You can use unusual words. By unusual it means that the words that everyone knows the meaning about, but nobody uses usually. By improving your vocabulary, you can showcase your lexical proficiency

 

4. The most important part is to get your sentences grammatically correct, for example, you should know where to use had been, would have been etc.

 

5. You'll have to play safely while you're writing, ensure that you don't form grammatically incorrect sentences. Also, you do not deviate out of the topic.

 

6. Your punctuation marks should be on point. You should know where to put a comma, a full stop, and colons and semicolons.

 

Hope this helps!

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Answered on 12/05/2020 Learn IELTS Listening Test +3 IELTS Coaching IELTS Academic Reading IELTS General Reading

Merlyn

IELTS - British Council Certified Trainer, Spoken English PGDEMA, MA, BA,

Understanding keywords and more reading and practising will help you do well.
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Answered on 07/05/2020 Learn IELTS Listening Test +3 IELTS Coaching IELTS Academic Reading IELTS General Reading

Nev L.

If you want to improve your reading score in exams like IELTS or TOEFL, then the first thing you need to do is to put in some time to improve where you're going wrong. Which part of it is consuming your time? If you know this, then you can put in more efforts in that particular field. Start watching... read more

If you want to improve your reading score in exams like IELTS or TOEFL, then the first thing you need to do is to put in some time to improve where you're going wrong. Which part of it is consuming your time? If you know this, then you can put in more efforts in that particular field.

 

Start watching videos on youtube, preferably with subtitles. This can improve your pace, instead of going with your own pace. Your score in reading and any other module is directly proportional to the number of mock tests you take. You can start solving the practise tests because they are almost of the same level as that of the exam. 

 

One main suggestion is that you have to avoid skimming and scanning through the pages. This will not help you increase the clarity in your reading. Read them to absorb every idea and not to get an overall vague idea. See that you are making short notes while reading the passage. You don't have to write complete sentences; write a word for an idea and move on. Don't hurry up with reading while you are practising. Take time to read, and once you become a good reader and comprehend things quickly, you will automatically read faster.

 

Hope this helps. All the best!

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Answered on 21/05/2020 Learn IELTS Listening Test +3 IELTS Coaching IELTS Academic Reading IELTS General Reading

Shivani G.

If you have done your education in English, then IELTS should not be that tough for you. All you need is to know the pattern well, go through a few sample questions, and practice at least 4-5 questions of each section. Make sure you know your targets for all individual parts as well. So I believe if... read more

If you have done your education in English, then IELTS should not be that tough for you. All you need is to know the pattern well, go through a few sample questions, and practice at least 4-5 questions of each section. Make sure you know your targets for all individual parts as well.

So I believe if done with dedication should not be more than two weeks. What I think matters the most is:

1) Concentrating during the time of the exam because there will be distractions.

2) Speed is essential as in exams like these, and we tend to put a lot of effort and time into one question forgetting about other questions.

3) Positive attitude, as always :)

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Answered on 21/05/2020 Learn IELTS Listening Test +3 IELTS Coaching IELTS Academic Reading IELTS General Writing

Shivani G.

I completely agree with the effective ways suggested in the previous answer. Those are a must for a good score. Some more tips:- 1) Structure your answer well. Take some time to structure what are you going to speak. Even if you speak impeccable English, talking in a haphazard manner will give a negative... read more

I completely agree with the effective ways suggested in the previous answer. Those are a must for a good score. Some more tips:-

1) Structure your answer well. Take some time to structure what are you going to speak. Even if you speak impeccable English, talking in a haphazard manner will give a negative impression. 

2) Use examples, News, Facts, etc you know to answer. I think they do fetch some extra points. Not much brush up little on basic stuff. Try to exemplify using things you know.  

3) Speak clearly but do not try to fake accent. Do not speak as you have just come after binge-watching Netflix for hours :P

4) Practice some sample questions. If possible make a list of some good lines, words, phrases, etc and if possible judicially use them for different possible questions.

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Answered on 24/10/2020 Learn IELTS Listening Test +3 IELTS Coaching IELTS Academic Reading IELTS General Writing

Veena J.

You have two options if you don't get the desired result. 1. Reappear for the test after working on your weak areas. 2. Apply for a re-evaluation which costs money and takes about 6 weeks.
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Answered on 13/01/2021 Learn IELTS Listening Test +3 IELTS Coaching IELTS Academic Reading IELTS General Writing

How do I write an excuse letter for my unitest exam due to fever?

Chetan Rathod

TEFL certified and Experienced English Communication Trainer with 7 years of experience.

Hi Abdul Here are a few tips for writing your letter: Adress your letter to the concerned person. Mention the details like your name, class, etc. Mention the reason you couldn't attend the test and also mention that you will appear the test. Thank you! read more

Hi Abdul

Here are a few tips for writing your letter:

  • Adress your letter to the concerned person.
  • Mention the details like your name, class, etc.
  • Mention the reason you couldn't attend the test and also mention that you will appear the test.

Thank you!

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