In this tutorial, we discuss three time-based IELTS Exam preparation strategies
We look at:
- The significance of planned preparation and setting clear goals.
- Three different time-based IELTS preparation strategies.
- The role of frameworks to improve writing skills for the IELTS exam
Table of Content
- The Importance of IELTS Preparation
- Preparation Timeframes
– 7-Day Preparation
– One Month Preparation
– Two to Three Months Preparation
- Tips for Productive Skills
- The Role of Personal Tutors
- Conclusion and Contact
Welcome to the IELTS podcast. Learn from and examiners who are masters of IELTS preparation. Your host, Ben Worthington, shares his journey and insights into the world of IELTS.
2. The Importance of IELTS Preparation
IELTS preparation is crucial for many individuals, including those pursuing careers in interactive journalism in places like London. Achieving a score of seven overall and seven in writing can be challenging, but with the right strategies, it’s attainable.
3. Preparation Timeframes
– Identify your weakest skills.
– Focus on areas where you previously scored lower.
– Get your essay corrected and understand where you’re making mistakes.
– Use the “Look, Cover, Write” technique to improve vocabulary and sentence structure.
One Month Preparation
– Establish a study routine, preferably in the morning.
– Focus on one skill at a time during study sessions.
– Utilize downtime for listening to English podcasts or radio.
– Get feedback on your speaking and writing.
FF Two to Three Months Preparation
– Create an English environment around you.
– Take practice tests to identify weak spots.
– Set up a weekly practice test routine.
– Consider finding a personal tutor.
4. Tips for Productive Skills
Mimicking and shadowing are effective techniques for improving speaking. For writing, feedback is invaluable. Singing can also help with fluency. Establishing a routine and reviewing regularly can lead to faster improvements.
5. The Role of Personal Tutors
If you’re considering a personal tutor, be prepared to invest. Organize your classes, focus on specific areas of improvement, and record sessions for review. An organized tutor can provide drills and focused practice on problem areas.
6. Conclusion and Contact
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