Conquering High IELTS Score With BIET Center

Are not you sure how to conquer IELTS high score? BIET Center will give you the secrets to do this.
As you know, IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is a four-skill test: Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking. Questions in each section are designed to assess and evaluate that specific skill. For this reason, if you want to get a good score, you will need to set up a separate study plan for each section since every section will have different question types:

In the reading section, you will read three passages and answer 40 questions.
In the listening section, you will have to answer 40 questions from the audio file that you listen to once.
In the writing section, you will have to write two tasks about the assigned topic.
In the speaking section, you will talk and discuss given topics with an examiner.
For those saying, “We’re studying, but we don’t know how to get a high score”. Yes, BIET Center has some tips for you below!
1. Study and prepare vocabulary:
Using new words frequently will help you to learn to speak English fluently. Research shows that it takes from 10 to 20 repetitions to make a word part of your daily speech. Below is what you need to do:

 - Record expressions that can be used in a variety of academic contexts.
 - Record phrases (rather than individual words).
 - Use a good monolingual dictionary to check proper word arrangement.
 - Avoid spending too much learning highly specialized words.
 - Record useful expressions related to these topics.
 - Practice talking and writing about them in English.
 - Use newspapers, magazines and news websites to learn more.
2. Read, read and read as much as possible:
You need to have a credible English-English dictionary and work out the meanings of new words, making sure that you do not translate back to your language. Below is what you need to do:

 - Skim and scan to form a general picture of a text quickly.
 - Make sure you know exactly what’s required for each task.
 - Check all instructions carefully.
 - Use the work for further clues about the content and organization of the text.
 - Remember the key vocabulary may be explained for you in the text.
 - Don’t use a dictionary until you’ve done the task and checked your answers. You can read an English newspaper every morning and listen to the news in English.
3. Enhance your writing skills:
Record words as a consistent part of your English lessons. Compose both the definition and a sentence utilizing the word on a file card that you can check later for reference. You ought to say the word resoundingly to initiate your sound-related memory and relate the word to words you definitely know. For instance, “immense,” which implies tremendous, has a comparable intending to the words colossal, enormous and expansive. Below is what you need to do:

 - Practice timed writing to improve your speed.
 - Never write answers BELOW the minimum length.
 - Remember that Task 2 is longer and has more marks, so leave enough time for it.

Task 1:
 - Describe the information, not the diagram itself (e.g. you don’t need to say exactly what’s shown on the vertical and horizontal axes of a graph).
 - Select the important features and choose figures to support these.
 - To practice, look for diagrams, graphs, and charts in the newspaper or on the Internet and analyze them. Notice how diagrams are used on TV programs.

Task 2:
 - Analyze the question carefully to avoid digress.
 - Make a paragraph plan before you write.
 - Check that all parts of the question are addressed.
 - Always leave time to edit your writing.
 - Know your common mistakes and check for them.
4. Exercise fluency and pronunciation by practising speaking:
The speaking part is divided into three ones. The areas include a structured interview, a short talk, and free interview. You will be asked about 2 to 3 brief concerns on familiar topics that will last 4 to 5 minutes.
Be ready to give a talk for 2 minutes in the brief talk section. You will be provided 1 minute to get ready for your discussion. The whole section will take 3 to 4 minutes. The following are tips on what is examined in IELTS speaking and how to prepare for it.
Consistent practice is all that it takes. By using a new word or a correct pronunciation, the student is reinforced to practice what he has learned, imprinting it in the mind. Also, it signals to whoever taught him the new skill, whether that be a teacher, a friend or a fellow-worker, and that he has made a conscious effort to memorize something that has been taught. It encourages his mentors to be more determined than ever to help him succeed.

For Fluency:
 - Practice talking for a considerable long time.
 - Talk aloud in English to hear yourself pronounce the words.
 - Record yourself speaking on different topics as often as you can.

For Pronunciation:
 - Listen to spoken English (e.g. on radio/TV/ films) as much as possible.
 - Repeat phrases after the speaker in recordings to help you speak in word groups and use stress and intonation appropriately.
 - Record and listen to yourself speaking as much as you can.
5. Practice your listening skills:
You can listen to the news in English every morning and try to write them down and analyze later. The following are tips on how to prepare for listening skills.

 - Use the preparation time to think about the task content and focus.
 - Make sure you know exactly what’s required for each task and check the instructions.
 - After checking your answers, listen again, and try to work out the cause of any problem.

How to improve:
 - Remember that you only hear the recording once. Don’t pause the CD when you’re practicing.
 - Finally, listen once more to the tapescript and highlight useful expressions.
BIET Center believes that these helpful tips will equip you to be ready for the exam. However, your success rate depends on your commitment and practice. A combination of the two will give you a great chance of getting the desired grade for IELTS.
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