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Lesson Posted on 05 Jan Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/PTE Academic Exam Coaching Language Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/IELTS Coaching

My advice to all PTE test takers

Harshal Parikh

I am an experienced, qualified tutor with over 1.5 years of experience in teaching the PTE academic exam....

Do you know your Score of Writing Skill of PTE does not depend on Writing Section only? Please note that your writing score depends on the following item types- Writing Section: Summarizing written text Writing Section: Write Essay Reading Section: Reading & Writing: Fill in the blanks Listening... read more

Do you know your Score of Writing Skill of PTE does not depend on Writing Section only? Please note that your writing score depends on the following item types-

 

  • Writing Section: Summarizing written text
  • Writing Section: Write Essay
  • Reading Section: Reading & Writing: Fill in the blanks
  • Listening Section: Summarize spoken text
  • Listening Section: Fill in the blanks
  • Listening Section: Write from dictation

If you want good marks in the writing skill of your PTE test, you have to ace in all of these sections.

 

My advice to all pte test takers. I am sharing few tips which would help u during the exam.

 

  •  Concentrate very hard because you will be distracted by others in the exam room during the speaking session. Everybody speaks hard and loud... U cannot control that. Press headphones hard to your ears when listening and concentrate.
  • Don't underestimate writing essays. U will hardly have time to plan and type 200-300 words in 20 minutes. My advice...After reading the question, start typing immediately and have an eye on the timer.
  • The reading part is another deceiving session. U will run out of time before you realize. So practice hard.
  • Stay confident and crack the exam. Good luck

 

My advice to all test takers:

 

  • Concentrate very hard because u will be distracted by others in the exam room during the speaking session. Everybody speaks hard and loud... U can't control that. Press headphones hard to ur ear when listening and concentrate.
  • Don't underestimate writing essays. U will hardly have time to plan and type 200-300 words in 20 minutes. My advice...After reading the question, start typing immediately and have an eye on a timer.
  • The reading part is another deceiving session. U will run out of time before you realize. So practice hard. 
  • Stay confident and crack the exam. Good luck...

 

 

Key points to crack PTE Exam. 

 

Summarise written text.

  • 30 words ideal.
  • Identify keywords.
  • Read twice in 2 mins.
  • Write for 7 minutes.
  • Edit in 1 minute.
  • Who did what? What happened? (the Main idea behind SWT)
  • Ignore details

 

Writing an Essay

  • Prepare 1 min.
  • Write 18 min.
  • Check 1 min.
  • Identify two sides.
  • 1 idea per paragraph.
  • Intro (rewrite section 1&2, This essay will..),
  • 2 Whys and conclusion.
  • One cause in one Why para.
  • Only one side in conclusion.

Retell lecture 

  • Take maximum notes while listening.
  • Create vocabulary from an image.

Describe an image.

  • Introduce image title and X-axis. 10 sec. 
  • Key features most noticeable. 20 sec.
  • Conclusion starting with Overall.
  • Summary/opinion. 8 sec.
  • Keep an on time as you have only 40 seconds only.

 

Repeat sentence

  • Remember phrases. Keywords.
  • Listen and repeat.
  • Watch daily English tv shows, web series, and movies without subtitles so that your mind can be familiar with English words and pronunciation. (Daily activity for Listening section)  

Summarise spoken text.

  • Take notes while listening.
  • Multiple sentences.
  • 70 words limit 
  • Keep an on words limit and time (Very imp)

Write from dictation.

  • Listen and absorb the sentence.
  • Then type fast.
  • Use grammar knowledge to correct the sentence.
  • Meaning words and grammar words.

Reorder paragraph.

  • Independent sentence.
  • The object of sentence 1 connects to the subject of the next sentence.
  • Subject+Verb+Object. Grammar

 

You have to prepare for the test. If you simply go and give it you will be shocked to see your marks.

Remember, everyone has a weak area and you need to identify yours by taking tests

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Lesson Posted on 05 Jan Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/PTE Academic Exam Coaching

Benefits of PTE official mock test:

Harshal Parikh

I am an experienced, qualified tutor with over 1.5 years of experience in teaching the PTE academic exam....

Benefits of PTE official mock test: · Gives you the simulation of the real PTE exam.· Follow the actual pattern of PTE questions.· Get a scorecard like the real Pearson exam along with enabling skills.· Compare your answers with the expert's answers and improve your skills.·... read more

Benefits of PTE official mock test:

· Gives you the simulation of the real PTE exam.
· Follow the actual pattern of PTE questions.
· Get a scorecard like the real Pearson exam along with enabling skills.
· Compare your answers with the expert's answers and improve your skills.
· Don’t waste money by giving PTE exam directly and go for the official mocks first, if you get your desired score then only go for the exam

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Lesson Posted on 16/04/2019 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/IELTS Coaching Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/TOEFL Coaching Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/PTE Academic Exam Coaching

SPEECH HABITS

Saritha

Speech Habits Saying little - meaning much LACONIC Saying little – these people like neither to talk nor to listen, they act as if the conversation is a bore TACITURN Much talk, little sense GARRULOUS When the words won’t... read more

Speech Habits

  1. Saying little - meaning much

              LACONIC

 

  1. Saying little – these people like neither to talk nor to listen, they act as if the conversation is a bore

             TACITURN

 

  1. Much talk, little sense

              GARRULOUS

 

  1. When the words won’t come out of strong emotions – fear, rage, anger

              INARTICULATE

 

  1. They talk, talk and talk – they phrase, rephrase using far more words than necessary

              VERBOSE

 

  1. Unoriginal – everything they say is trite, hackneyed, commonplace, and humourless. Full of clichés and stereotypes

              BANAL

 

  1. Words in quick succession – fluent , rapid talkers. Such copiousness, that you listen to them in amazement

               VOLUBLE

 

  1. Words that convince – persuasively, brilliantly and draws wholehearted assent from an intelligent listener

             COGENT

 

  1. The sound and the fury - They talk loud, noisy, clamorous, and vehement.

             VOCIFEROUS

 

  1. Quantity – they talk a great deal. Voluble, vociferous, garrulous, verbose, but never inarticulate, taciturn, or laconic.

             LOQUACIOUS

 

Bibliography

Lewis, N. (2017). Word Power Made Easy. Noida: B.B. Press.

 

 

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Lesson Posted on 22/03/2019 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/PTE Academic Exam Coaching

PTE Academic - What is Retell Lecture

Rekha J.

I have been an IELTS (British Council certified IELTS Trainer), PTE & French trainer (qualified in DELF...

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Lesson Posted on 27/02/2019 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/PTE Academic Exam Coaching

Pte reading and writing

Bindia Jitendra Agrawal

Teaching verbal to students preparing for IELTS. Taking Doubt clearing sessions with the students. Developing...

Part 1: English Speaking & Writing Test Introduction - PTE AcademicPart 1 of PTE Academic will take 77-93 minutes and will test your speaking and writing skills. To test speaking skills, you will be assessed on your ability to produce spoken English in an academic environment. Your writing skills... read more

 

Part 1: English Speaking & Writing Test Introduction - PTE Academic
Part 1 of PTE Academic will take 77-93 minutes and will test your speaking and writing skills.

To test speaking skills, you will be assessed on your ability to produce spoken English in an academic environment.

Your writing skills will be assessed by giving written responses in academic English using correct grammar, spelling and structure.

Personal Introduction
First, you will be asked to give a personal introduction to give some information about yourself.

You will have 25 seconds to read the prompt and prepare your response. You will only have 30 seconds to record a response and can only record this once.

Don’t worry, your personal introduction is not scored but will be sent together with your score report to the institutions selected by you.

For the speaking and writing test, there are seven types of questions that you will be scored on. Below, we will break down each part of this section of the test.

Read Aloud
The first question type to test your reading and speaking skills will be the Read Aloud assessment. In this test there are 6-7 questions.

You will be shown a text prompt that will be up to 60 words. You will have 30-40 seconds to prepare by reading the passage. You will also have a set time to read aloud, which will vary by item, depending on the length of the text.

To complete the question, speak clearly and straight away after you hear a tone. You must finish speaking before the progress bar on the screen reaches the end.

You can receive a maximum of 3 points for the content spoken, maximum of 5 points for oralfluency and a maximum of 5 points for pronunciation.

Repeat Sentence
The second question type is Repeat Sentence, which will test listening and speaking skills.

You will listen to a recording between 3-9 seconds and are given 15 seconds to answer.

Once the microphone shows as recording, you will need to speak straight away and say all the words that the speaker uses, in the same order.

For this question, you can receive a maximum score of 3 for content, maximum 5 for fluency and a maximum of 5 points for pronunciation.

Describe Image
The third question type will test speaking skills by describing an image. There are 6-7 questions.

You will be shown an image and have 25 seconds to study the image and prepare your response. For this task, use the Erasable Noteboard Booklet to take short notes.

After a short tone is heard, start speaking straight away. You will have 40 seconds to answer and must finish speaking before the progress bar reaches the end.

In this question type, you can receive a maximum of 5 points for content, maximum of 5 points for  fluency and maximum of 5 points for pronunciation.

Re-tell Lecture
The fourth question type, Re-tell Lecture, will test your listening and speaking skills. There are 3-4 questions in this test.

You will be given a prompt of up to 90 seconds and will have 40 seconds to answer.

Audio will be played straight away and you may also see an image related to the audio. While you are listening use the Erasable Noteboard Booklet to take short notes.

Once the audio finishes you have 10 seconds to prepare. To complete the task, in detail, you will need to cover the situation, characters, aspects, actions and developments given in the recording.

You can receive a maximum score of 5 points on content, a maximum of 5 points on your fluency and a maximum of 5 points for pronunciation.

Answer Short Question
The fifth question type, Answer Short Question, will assess listening and speaking skills. There are 10-12 questions in this test.

Here, you will be given a prompt of 3-9 seconds and will have 10 seconds to answer the question.

You will be required to answer a short question with a clear, simple, single word or a few words. This will not test general knowledge, it will simply test your vocabulary.

You will receive 1 point per correct word. No points are given for no response or incorrect response.

Summarize Written Text
In the first question type in the writing section, you will be required to Summarize Written Text, which will test reading and writing skills.

You will read a text of up to 300 words and have 10 minutes to write your summary. You will do 2-3 of these questions depending on the combination of tasks in the given test.

In this assessment, you must write just one sentence. Try using the Erasable Noteboard Booklet to take notes of the main points.

Make sure to include the main points of the text in a full, single sentence of no more than 75 words.

You can receive a maximum score of 2 points for content, maximum 1 point for the formal requirements, a maximum of 2 points for grammar and a maximum of 2 points for vocabulary.

Essay
The last question type of the Speaking and Writing Test will test writing skills.

In this question type, you will be provided with 2-3 sentences of text prompt and have 20 minutes to answer, by writing a 200-300 word argumentative essay on a given topic.

Time management is important for this task as you will need to plan, write and proofread your essay.

In this question, there are many parts where you can receive points. You can receive a maximum of 3 points for the content, maximum of 2 points for the formal requirements and maximum 2 points for development, structure and coherence.

You can also receive a maximum score of 2 points for grammar, maximum 2 points for general linguistic range, maximum 2 points for vocabulary range and a maximum of 2 points for no spelling errors.

There is a total of 15 points that you can pick up in this question type.

 

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Answered on 23/12/2018 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/PTE Academic Exam Coaching

Karthikeyan S

Certified TESOL & SME - Test Preparation

Both are accepted in Australia. I would suggeest you to go for the PTE.
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Answered on 23/02/2019 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/PTE Academic Exam Coaching

Which is the best PTE, general or academic?

Shachi Patel

Cosmetic Dentist, IELTS/PTE/TOEFL/BEC LANGUAGE COACH.

In India we can answer only PTE academic. IELTS however can be answered in the Academic form if you are applying to a university and in General, if you are applying for PR.
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Answered on 15/10/2018 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/PTE Academic Exam Coaching

Achievers Point

The documents all you need to carry with yourself are the ID proof such as Passport and your admit card. When you go to take exam, firstly you will need to show your ID, check in with the Test Administrator, secondly your digital signature, third your digital photograph is taken and last palm scannin... read more

The documents all you need to carry with yourself are the ID proof such as Passport and your admit card.

When you go to take exam, firstly you will need to show your ID, check in with the Test Administrator, secondly your digital signature, third your digital photograph is taken and last palm scanning.

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Answered on 15/10/2018 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/PTE Academic Exam Coaching

Achievers Point

PTE (Pearson Test of English) is conducted by Pearson VUE(Virtual User Environment). It was approved by the Australian Board Agency and Australian Department of Immigration. There are four sections in PTE:- Speaking Writing Reading Listening Speaking & Writing both are combined and Reading, Listening... read more

PTE (Pearson Test of English) is conducted by Pearson VUE(Virtual User Environment). It was approved by the Australian Board Agency and Australian Department of Immigration. There are four sections in PTE:-

  • Speaking
  • Writing
  • Reading
  • Listening

Speaking & Writing both are combined and Reading, Listening are separate. PTE academic is endorsed by the GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council, it is a computer based test. Its scores are reported on the global scale of English, numeric scale from 10 to 90 and these scores are valid for 2 years.

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Lesson Posted on 08/02/2018 Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/IELTS Coaching +1 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/PTE Academic Exam Coaching less

Fill In The Blanks With Appropriate Forms Of The Verb Given In The Brackets

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Tenses exercise: Fill in the blanks with appropriate forms of the verb given in the brackets: 1. We usually go to Singapore on a holiday, but this year we (go) to Bangkok. 2. Heat (expand) and cold (contract). 3. A good player (practice) every day. 4. John usually (drink) coffee in the morning,... read more

Tenses exercise:

Fill in the blanks with appropriate forms of the verb given in the brackets:

1. We usually go to Singapore on a holiday, but this year we (go) to Bangkok.

2. Heat (expand) and cold (contract).

3. A good player (practice) every day.

4. John usually (drink) coffee in the morning, but today he (drink) tea.

5. The child (suffer) from pneumonia since last week.

6. He (write) a novel since October last, and he is about to finish it.

7. If he (work) hard, he will pass.

8. I (help) you if I had had money.

9. Time and tide (wait) for no man.

10. By this time next year he (complete) the construction of his house.

11. Whenever he is in London, my father (stay) with a friend of his.

12. He (court) her for two years now, but he (not propose) to her yet.

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