Many students ask – “Do the IELTS Writing Tasks 1 and 2 carry the same points?” and “How does the examiner score each task & give an overall score?” We will be answering thes
Each one of us is aware that IELTS (International English Language Testing System) Test is needed for either study abroad purpose or immigration purpose.
The Speaking section of the IELTS is an intensive module that many test takers find challenging, but that can be a five-finger exercise if one has a clear understanding of a few aspects.
Paraphrasing is simply rewording a phrase or sentence so that it has the clone meaning but with varied words.
A common myth regarding the test among the candidate is about it being a hard nut to crack. But frankly speaking, IELTS is an easy exam if one is dedicated, organized and meticulous.
Option Training Institute has collaborated with IDP Education in order to serve as a one-stop shop for every applicant who needs to relocate to or study in a Native English Speaking Country.
Academic writing task 1 requires the candidate to describe or write a report based on a graphical representation of data relating to trends in any field.
One of the main problems with the Writing Section is that students don’t read the question and identify what they are asked to do; as a result the responses are normally off track.
It is essential to stop using boring English vocabulary and start using energetic vocabulary in both IELTS and TOEFL to raise your scores.
Time, practice and perseverance are the keys factors that will determine your score in the test.
There are many approaches to scoring well in the reading test.