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Tips And Tricks
The questions and answers usually follow the order of the text.
With multiple choice questions, don't choose an answer because you hear a word from it. Think about the whole meaning of what is said.
Test Day Tip:
Spend time before the test speaking, listening and reading in English so you're thinking in English when you go to the examination room.
Writing Task 2 Tip:
There are often two parts/questions to respond to in Part 2 of the IELTS Writing paper. In order to get the best mark, make sure you respond to /answer both questions.
The more you practice your listening skills, the easier you'll find the exam but this does not only mean doing lots of ILETS practice exercises. Listening to things like talk radio, pod casts and TEDtalks are a way you can practice your listening every day.
When you're given a topic to talk about, try to include a range of collocations.
Make sure you read to the end of the relevant part of text, because the options are not in the same order as they are in the text.
You should read the headings before reading the text to focus your mind on the main ideas you need to look for.
Always weigh up both sides of a question and give examples to support this.
This will help you to tackle the more challenging questions in part 3.
Make sure you not only use a range of vocabulary during the speaking test, but also that you have used the vocabulary correctly.