IELTS Vocabulary Tips

Many IELTS exam candidates don’t obtain the IELTS result they desire because their vocabulary is not wide enough.
Certain topics, such as health, environment, education and public transport appear regularly in the IELTS exam. If students were to take the time to learn vocabulary related to these topics they would increase their band score.
Many students don’t bother because they find learning vocabulary is boring. Here are some IELTS Vocabulary tips that will help to make vocabulary learning fun and interesting:

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IELTS Reading Strategies

Is your exam getting close and you’ve realised that you need some IELTS Reading Strategies for improving your reading quickly?
To be good at reading takes a long time and a lot of practice; there is no quick fix. However, there are some IELTS Reading Strategies which you can use to help you prepare for the reading exam in a short space of time.

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The Computer Based IELTS Exam

You can take a computer based IELTS Exam or take the exam on paper. Both versions provide the same questions and both require that the speaking test is always carried out face to face with an IELTS examiner. The experience is slightly different though so, in this article, we will explore the pros and cons of a computer based IELTS exam.

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Ten Tips for the IELTS Listening Exam

Follow these tips for the IELTS Listening Exam to get a high Band Score:
Get to Know the Test
Each section of the listening test is designed to test different skills:
Part 1: A Short Conversation
The parts of the tests become progressively more difficult so part one is the easiest. The questions are relatively simple.
The conversation could be face to face or over the telephone and might involve a hotel receptionist, tour operator or holiday planner.

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