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IELTS/PTE PREPARATION PLAN

by sandeep singh ielts-pte-oet faculty

So you have your IELTS/PTE test booked already and having apprehensions now to prepare for it to get the maximum score in the 1st attempt.

How many hours should one study to score the desired bands?

When you make the IELTS/PTE study plan you may think of a study plan which you must make which can be helpful for you to think of your PTE study hours in terms of weekly time spent. As you only know how much time you are spending on other activities every week such as work or school colleges.The plan made by you would be the best and fruitful results would be generated out of that. 

Consider your existing weekly daily activities your official and unofficial commitments and try to figure out that how much time you can spend to practice your IELTS/PTE test alongside your other responsibilities.

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Please take care that you must not make any unrealistic commitments in your schedule which you are not unable to make as this could lead to the demonization in this preparation. Assign yourself certain targets and set some priorities to understand your weakness and strength in this area. Make sure to practice all the skills every week to practice your weakness in every module. Since all the modules are important and it would be really difficult if you don’t score well in one of these as it could lower down your average score. If you spare only a very few hours of study you won’t practice all the skills and could not stay in practice of these modules.

The knowledge and practice of this module or test would help you to score good bands. If your knowledge of this language is good then you can take the test date but if it is less than then you must not book the test prior taking guidance and permission from your trainer. Your trainer would conduct the mock test to tell you the score you could get tentatively.

Try to build up your skills by practicing daily and getting to learn from your mistakes. We can recommend a minimum of five hours in a day and a maximum number of practice hours we can give to our training sessions to crack this exam.

The best way to enhance your skills is to enhance your language skills is to regularly practice the test papers.

And if we talk about the regular practice, it is best not to group all of your IELTS/PTE study hours into just one or two days. Don’t take too many practice days gap in between your practice sessions.

How many hours should one study for the IELTS/PTE per day?

At least minimum of 5 hours study is recommended each day to score the desired bands. If you can only do the advised number of hours you can easily score the desired bands.

You can start out an individual study session at a slower pace but gradually it must be increased and make it 6 to 7 hours each day.

Often the most productive study sessions are longer than an hour, starting from one hour to three hours long too. It really helps you to explore the exam in depth, and with the least interruptions. Certainly studying for 90 minutes each day won’t be helpful for everyone. It can’t be that helpful but if you are already engaged in your work so it can’t be that much helpful for you to score the maximum bands. One must follow the strategies tips and tricks which are required to crack this exam.

But if you are lacking somewhere with the preparations than trying to reserve your seat after completing your preparations.

The take away many different schedules are available for daily and weekly preparations for the day. Some fortunate people are able to study full time when they are not preparing for anything: and can even commit to studying more than 15 hours a day.

Read more: 

https://seekacademy.jimdo.com/how-to-improve-ielts-skills/

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