IELTS Coaching Center in Thripunithura
IELTS scores are between 0 and 9. You will get a band score for each skill (listening, reading, writing and speaking) and also an overview band score. The overall band score is the average score of all the skills.
There is no short cut to get a high score.
Develop skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking by daily practice to achieve good band score. Identify keywords and also have time for revision during the test.
Search relevant websites, listening to BBC radio, always having a diary to note down important words and their uses and talking to people who are native English speakers are some of the things that you can do to make sure you get as much exposure to the language as possible.
- Do a lot reading. Not of news articles but scientific analysis or observation by academicians of current issues
- Identify the flow and genre of the passages
- Find blogs or feature articles to help you practice. BBC or the Guardian are recommended for finding such passages
- Find keywords in the questions to look out for in the passages
- Strategize and think of how best to answer them all
- For practice switch to mediums that allow you to practice only listening
- Listen with utmost focus and attention. You do not get to hear the clip again
- Try and get an expert to help you if you do not understand words instead of assuming the meaning
- Listen to programs based on science or technology
- Take professional help as there really is no correct or perfect answer to a question
- You should practice writing at least 20 essays and have them examined by IELTS Experts
- Make notes of sentences you do not understand to analyze later
- Find out the type of questions that you will be asked
- Do as much mock practice with your friends, family or professionals as you can of the probable questions
- Prepare for the pressure by setting yourself in interview like scenarios