Myths About IELTS

myths about IELTS

myths about IELTS

Common

Myths About IELTS

which make most of the students nervous about the exam:

1.Non-native speakers can’t get a band 9 on IELTS

2.I have to keep practicing tests to improve my score

3.I need to learn long lists of vocabulary to be successful

4.They make the IELTS test too hard so overseas students can’t get into university

5.If I don’t understand the examiner in the speaking test, I will get a low band

6.If I take the test in my country, I will get a better score

7.The examiner is looking at the clock in the speaking test so I must be very boring

All these are just myths and have nothing to do with the actual exam. It will be really helpful for the students if they just concentrate on the exam rather than getting worried for something which ain’t true.
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IELTS Grammar and Vocabulary

IELTS has four sections-: reading, writing, listening and speaking. So, what is the use of grammar and vocabulary in IELTS. Why do you need to improve it. You can easily get a high score with basic knowlede. If you think this way, I say, change it. Given below are the reasons why grammar and Vocabulary are important for IELTS?

IELTS Grammar and Vocabulary

Grammar and Vocabulary

IELTS Grammar And Vocabulary

It is important that you use correct English, appropriate grammar, and a wide range of vocabulary and sentence structures!

Grammar and vocabulary make up half of your speaking and writing scores! They both form 25% of your writing AND your speaking score.

In the listening and reading tests you need to have accurate spelling (so you need to know a lot of words!) and you also need good grammar so you can make sure the sentences make sense!
We at IELTS BAND 7 make sure that our students concentrate on their grammar and vocabulary each and every time they write, read and speak.

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Letter Writing Tips

 letter writing tips

letter writing tips

Few letter writing tips :

1. Identify the type of letter you are being asked to write..

2. Open and close the letter correctly.

3. Open a formal and semi-formal letter with a formal sentence.

4. Open an informal letter with a general, friendly paragraph.

5. Identify the main purpose of the letter.

6. Learn and use standard written phrases..

7. Make sure you write at least 150 words. .

8. Learn the correct spelling of commonly used words. .

9. Stay on topic. .

10. Include all three bulletined points.

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