Common myths about IELTS exam-taking toll on students brain!by Robert Lewis professional speaker
Dreams of millions of people to study abroad get shattered because of fear of not being proficient in English. Despite the fact that the vast majority of us attempt to talk in English nowadays especially in school or in office yet in nations like India, Pakistan, Japan, Turkey and so forth where English is not a local language, the greater part of us may not be capable in speaking, writing in the English language. Communicating in English serenely doesn't imply that we will be capable. Furthermore, the most ideal approach to demonstrate one's capability in English language, regardless of whether it is for working in an alternate country or making sure about better openings for work in the nation of origin, is to have an IELTS certification. There are many institutes that are running an IELTS preparation course for guiding students for cracking the International English Language Testing System exam. Although there are loads of myths going round the corner that are affecting the brains of students.
Cracking IELTS exam needs both smart and hard work. Well planned and well-executed preparation can only help the students to crack the exam.
Before moving further, let’s shed some light on the myths that aspirants are carrying in their mind.
Mentioned below are some myths regarding IELTS Exam-
In IELST exam, the most important is the Speaking part.
More than quality, speed matters.
Multiple choice questions will slay me.
It’s just an exam that doesn’t need much concentration like maths and science.
Before appearing for IELTS exam I shall never try to get hands-on sample papers.
Flaunting Western accent will add brownie points.
It’s just a language exam that needs strong vocabulary and error-free spellings and grammar.
Even if you are a slow writer, the ability to pen down well is what matters.
Now, some tips to get rid of these mind baffling myths for candidates that are preparing for the IELTS exam.
IELTS exam is not just about speaking, but when you are appearing in this exam, you need to concentrate on all the four parameters i.e. Reading, writing, listening and speaking.
All the 4 areas of IELTS tests: Reading Writing, Speaking and Listening are time-bound. For two sections 60-60 minutes and rest two sections-15 minutes and 40 minutes are separately assigned. Time management is key to crack this particular exam.
Remain calm and focussed. You have to comprehend that you can't learn or ace a language in a day. There is no easy route to rehearse. Subsequently "determination" is the catchphrase. During preparation, the greater part of the candidates loses trust. This is because of the distinctive pattern of tests in various colleges and nations. The only key to get rid of this is to brush your grammar.
Since all the sections are time-bound, so, the high concentration level is needed.
Do not try to speak in a Western accent as this will only lead to the deduction of your marks.
The perusing segment involves questions dependent on basic curves and charts. Thus, fundamental information on charts is an unquestionable requirement. You may invest some energy in getting acquainted with how to understand graphs and curves.
Ability to pen down fast is very essential for cracking the IELTS exam.
So, these were some myths and tips that are buzzing in the minds of candidates. It is recommended to join the IELTS preparation course to upload these myths.
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