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Feedback on a student’s performance is a very essential feature which can help a student identify his or her weak areas and overcome the problems. We give prompt feedback to you which ensures that you get maximum benefit from the course.
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IELTS General Training Reading Tip :
There are three sections.
Section 1: Contains two or three short factual texts, one of which may be composite (consisting of 6-8 short texts related by topic, e.g. hotel advertisements). Topics are relevant to everyday life in an English-speaking country.
Section 2: Contains two short factual texts focusing on work-related issues (e.g. applying for jobs, company policies, pay and conditions, workplace facilities, staff development and training).
Section 3: Contains one longer, more complex text on a topic of general interest.
You will be reading real passages taken from notices, advertisements, company handbooks, official documents, books, magazines and newspapers.
IELTS Reading Tip: (General Training and Academic) :
How to answer gap fill question of a flow chart/Process chart?
1. Read the heading of the flow/Process chart which will give you general idea.
2. Remember that answers will be in sequence only
3. Check whether a verb/noun or adjective will be required.
4. Locate the information in the passage and fill the exact words.
IELTS Speaking Tip for Clue card :
Use the one minute time to prepare notes to help you recollect the main points Your notes will help you to better organise what you want to say, which will improve your fluency and coherence score. Remember that your notes are just ideas, and they are not checked by your examiner.
Use of Idioms to improve your IELTS Speaking score:
Get rid of something or someone: To free oneself from some unwanted or undesirable thing or a person
1. He wanted to get rid of his lazy employee.
2. I got rid of my old bicycle which was giving frequent trouble.
IELTS Speaking Tip :
Use the correct verb tense when answering questions in the Speaking test. Listen carefully to the question and notice which verb tense is used. For example, if the question is ‘What kind of music do you like?’
(in the present tense) your answer should also be in the present tense (e.g. ‘I like pop music best’). You can go on to use other tenses as you extend your response, e.g. ‘I haven’t always enjoyed that kind of music.
Avoid these errors if you want to score7 plus in IELTS Writing and Speaking:
1. Do not use but with although: Although he is intelligent, he is lazy.
2. Do not use will/would with if clause: If we work hard (not if we will/would work hard), we can get success.
3. Do not say advices, furnitures or newses (say pieces of advice, items of furniture and items of news)