Monday, June 21, 2010

Check Your Vocabulary For IELTS English

Check your vocabulary for English for IELTS Examination is a workbook that has been written for students who are planning to sit either the IELTS general training or the IELTS academic modules of the IELTS exam. It covers some of the main vocabulary points that you will need for, or come across in, the listening, reading, writing and speaking sections of the exam.
Check Your Vocabulary For IELTS English
I hope that you find the modules in this book useful and that the vocabulary you acquire will help you to achieve the grade you want in the IELTS.


Here are all important tips mention for IELTS Students. For IELTS study you can get extra benefit to learn these tips.

  1. Leave a question if you can's answer. To spend a long time on one answer is disastrous. Go back later if you have time and guess if you have to.
  2. Don't panic if you don't know anything about the subject matter covered in the passage. All the answers are in the passage and you don't need any specialist knowledge.
  1. Read the instructions carefully.
  2. In the time given to read questions
  • Read the questions
  • Grasp the content
  • Underline keywords
    3. In the 30 seconds, read the questions of the other section.
    4. Concentrate on present section. Forget about the questions in the previous section.
    5. If you miss questions just be cool.
ielts tips and tricks

  1. Practice writing: At Home , practice any common and uncommon subject. Exercise like exam. It may increase your vocabulary and thinking capacity to write a topic.
  2. Writing in won: Write your answer in your won way. Describe from your side.
  3. Read the full question: Carefully read full the question. Question may mention some point to answer. You should take care of that point.
  4. Plan before you write: Though there is limited time in exam, you should have a plan what to write and how you will proceed.
  5. Use Paragraph: Writing task will more originated if you write using paragraph. It a point to et more marks in exam.
  6. Don’t repeat word: You can use synonyms without repeating same word. It may power your writing skill.
  7. Clearity: Write simple and clear English. It is not a place to explore your vocabulary knowledge than clearity.
  8. Spell Correctly: Spelling is very much important. If any confusion about any word you can use synonym or skip the sentence or take another sentence to write your expression and avoid that word.
  9. Don’t use informal word and slag: Informal words (Like: can’t, BTW etc) should avoid. Slang (like guys, kids) are also bad practice in writing.
  10. Take care of  Grammar structure: Grammar mistake may cause less marks in exam.
  11. Revision: At the end of writing you should check your writing task, spelling and grammatical error etc.
The following study hints will help you in the weeks leading up to the IELTS.
  1. Become familiar with the test as early as possible. The skills being tested in the IELTS take a period of time to build up. Cramming is not an effective study technique for IELTS.
  2. Use your study time efficiently. Study when you are fresh and, after you have planned a timetable, make sure that you keep to it. Set goals and ensure that you have adequate breaks. In the IELTS test, each of the four Band Modules  Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking  carries the same weight. Study each skill carefully and spend more time on the skills in which you feel you are weak.
  3. Be aware of the exact procedure for the test.Be very clear on the order of each section, its length and the specific question types.There are many resources available to improve these skills.
  4. Having a study partner or study group is an excellent idea. Other students may raise issues that you may not have considered.
  5. Seek help from teachers, friends and native English Speakers.

Monday, June 7, 2010

101 Helpful Hints For IELTS

The Book Contain 101 Helpful Hints for IELTS Academic Reading,Writing and Speaking.The book Contain Audio CD which helps student to improve their speaking and Listening.The Book is international Edition containing practices test for reading and Writing.
101 Helpful Hints For IELTS
This book helpful for anyone who would like to know every thing about IELTS Exam.The Book tells you that nothing is impossible and anything you want to know about IELTS Testing System is completely possible.The book hints are divided into two main sections.First Section  include  Basic hints , which are subdivided into three sections.The First Section focus on that what students should know before the actual test.The second section tells that what have to know during the test and third reminds you that what should keep in mind before end of the test.Once students studies all about these hints than  student should have a clear idea that how to tackle IELTS test.
The Next type of Hints consist of four types.These hints tell that what should know to tackle IELTS test.The  four types are IELTS Listening,reading,writing and speaking.In them, students properly and practically learn all about the actual test each sections. The Answer key and model answers will help students to evaluate and access the ability before the actual test and tells them that how much practice required before the real IELTS test. 


Below are few top IELTS tips & tricks and strategies for success in IELTS follow this top tips of IELTS to gain more band in IELTS. 


First,read instructions carefully, don't just glance at them. They are not always the same as in practice or previous tests.
Try and anticipate what the speaker will say. This requires concentration, easy in your own language, but more difficult in English. 
ielts tips for success


Reading is also very important part of IELTS.Leave a question if you can't answer. To spend a long time on one answer is disastrous. Go back later if you have time and guess if you have to.
Don't panic if you don't know anything about the subject matter covered in the passage. All the answers are in the passage and you don't need any specialist knowledge. 

  • High light / Circle keywords.
  • Clearly divide paragraphs.
  • Don't repeat ideas in different way
  • Stick to the topic

It tests your ability to communicate effectively, not just your grammatical accuracy.
Don't  learn scripts of prepared answers. The examiner is trained to spot this and will change the question.