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Speaking Test in IELTS can be intimidating for many of the candidates. In fact, there are many candidates who speak and understand English well but still they do not manage to make good impression on their examiner. They just do not answer question as they should or they should have if it is not IELTS speaking test for them. Prepare yourself for the Test You should know what your examiner may ask you. Yes, you should know that. For instance, the examiner may ask you to give you personal introduction and you are expected to answer the question in an effective way, making use of as many words as
In order to understand the ways to succeed in these exams, we first need a brief introduction of both. The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a standardized test that is an admissions requirement for most graduate schools in the United States. It tests knowledge / skills, analytical writing, quantitative reasoning, verbal reasoning. Duration: About 3 hours and 45 minutes (includes 1-minute breaks after each section and a 10-minute break after third section). Analytical writing: 0.0 to 6.0 (in 0.5 point increments), Verbal reasoning: 130 to 170 (in 1 point increments), Quantitative reaso
The IELTS speaking questions often repeat and hence it is a good idea to go through the question papers of recent IELTS tests. This will help you get a basic idea about the kind of questions asked. And if you are lucky you might be asked the same set of questions. You can find sample answers for speaking questions at many websites. However, while preparing for the test don't memorise long answers. Remember that the examiners are trained to distinguish learned answers from spontaneous ones. If they suspect that you are saying answers that have been memorized, you will not get any marks. No righ
You may come across many tips online about how to study for your Praxis exam, however not much guidance is given on what you should keep in mind on the test day. No matter how hard you studied, in the end it's how you perform during the Praxis test itself that will decide if you are going to pass this teacher's certification test or not.
Sitting for the Praxis exam can be tough, especially when the test just won't cut you any slack. The Praxis exams were just designed to make things difficult for you, but do realize this is only because they want the cream of the crop to educate America's future generation!
It seems like everyone is talking about the best way to prepare for IELTS. Do we need a study plan or not, how do we master the art of interview, what is a good IELTS essay, and so on. Well, aren't we forgetting something? What about the mental aspect? IELTS, like many other similar tests, requires psychological preparation not less (and may be even more) than good solid studying.