IELTS - The World’s most popular English Language Test
- May 01, 2017
IELTS, The International English Language Testing System is one of the world’s most popular English language test used for study, work and migration. This test is organized in around 135 countries and thousands of people appear for it every year. IELTS tests all four English fundamental skills i.e. speaking, writing, reading and listening. It has an excellent international reputation and it is accepted by more than 10000 organization across the whole world. These organization include various types of schools, universities,institutions, employers and professional bodies. It uses a one-to-one speaking English test to check your English skills. This is the most effective method to determine whether your English skills are at par with international standards.
Ways to prepare for IELTS
Approach the official website of IELTS and find information on how to appear and find out about the best organization which offers IELTS in their particular country. Look for the test format and practice papers.
If you are studying for the test on your own then you should refer plenty of books, textbooks from different publications and various types of practice papers. You can also take tuition from coaching classes or from experienced tutors.
Try to find which your weakest skill is and try working on it. Read loads of newspapers, journals and articles and you should be well aware of current issues.
Often people neglect the skill of listening but it is one of the most important skills of English. Listen to as much English language audios as possible. Communicate with people in English. Hear English radio and news. Listen to the speeches made by famous English writers.
Writing in English is very important. Write journals, speeches, article, essays and various other things. Writing will give you practice for the examination and will help you to understand the questions properly. It will also increase your vocabulary immensely.
Make sure that correct grammar has been learnt. Pay attention that correct phrases, punctuation, verbs etc. are used while practising for these exams.
Practice speaking in English thoroughly as IELTS is one-to-one exam where you to speak in front of the examiner. Communicate with everyone around you in English. Try having one-to-one conversation with people. Make sure that you speak with correct pronunciation a grammar.
Practice spelling as a few mistakes in spelling may cost you an entire level. Prepare for introduction and conclusion for writing part. Learn linking words, phrases and English proverbs as it will save huge amount of time that will be useful for proof reading.
The procedure for IELTS
The IELTS test has been divided into four parts that is reading, writing, speaking, and listening. While the reading, writing and the listening test is taken on the same day, the speaking test is taken on the next day by an external examiner. A paragraph of about 250 words should be written for the writing test. The IELTS test is for people applying for higher education or professional registration in an English speaking environment. It is also the basic requirement for migration to many countries like Australia, Canada, UK, etc. So if you are planning to settle in any of these countries mentioned above, giving IELTS exam is a must. One can sit in IELTS test in more than 1100 locations in the world.
Preparation for the IELTS is extremely important as thousands of people appear and it is a must for migration to other countries. By getting good grades in an IELTS exam one can get admission in top foreign universities or apply for visa. The test prepares you well for your future endeavours and it is vital to take the test seriously and get good grades.
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