Tips for IELTS success

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Tips for IELTS success

IELTS success can be achieved by relentless practice in the supervision of a professional IELTS trainer at a premium IELTS training institute like Touchstone Educationals. However, there is no other IELTS training institute which can match the credentials of Touchstone Educationals. http://www.touchstoneedu.com/achievements/

Achieving IELTS success is a 6 step procedure:

  1. Secure admission in Touchstone Educationals.
  2. Improve your English.
  3. Practice sample papers which are like the actual exam.
  4. Get feedback about your answers to practice questions. Work on the feedback and improve continuously.
  5. Keep a track of your progress.
  6. Know what to expect on test day.

To do well in IELTS you must be good in English and be able to use the special techniques required to take the IELTS exam successfully. IELTS has 4 modules namely reading, listening, writing and speaking. There are various techniques and procedures which must be used to answer each module.

There have been innumerable cases where a candidate who is otherwise good in English does not do well in IELTS. In the absence of tips and techniques required for the IELTS test even a native English speaker may not do well in the test. Before choosing an institute as your IELTS training partner it is important to confirm its credibility and reputation.

IELTS is accepted by over 3000 academic institutions across Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Britain and United States of America. IELTS holds the distinction of being the only English Language test approved by the U.K. visa and immigration authority. Various professional organisations across the world also accept IELTS.

The academic and general versions of IELTS are identical in time allocation, length of written responses and reporting of scores. Writing task 1 of both the versions is different. In writing task 1 of the academic version candidates are required to describe a chart, table, graph or a diagram while task 1 of the general version is to write a letter in response to the given situation.  There are minor differences in the type of topics for writing task 2 and subjects covered in comprehension passages for reading.

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