Candidates who are well-prepared for the exam are more likely to do well during the actual test date. Preparation doesn’t only equip them with knowledge and skills but also confidence, which is something that ever test taker should possess. I’ve been reviewing the reading materials I collected in the past weeks, and this article below just caught my attention. This is about planning the IELTS test preparation better. Check this out:
Struggling to get started? Plan your IELTS test prep better | IELTS tips
Sometimes it’s easy to fall behind on your IELTS test prep, or any test prep for that matter. Maybe you’re a student taking IELTS as one of your many other exams. Or maybe you’re working and you have to take IELTS while juggling your work duties as well. “There’s always tomorrow”, “I can do that a bit later”, you tell yourself.
Suddenly, you find there’s not too much time left and your IELTS test is just around the corner…
We often get asked, “What can I do to study for IELTS? I only have a week left before my test!”
The very first thing we do is suggest that people sign up for our six-day IELTS study guides. Our study guides cover all four components of the IELTS test – Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing – as well as test preparation and information about the test day. (Scroll to the bottom of the link and sign up on the right.) Read more…
If you want to have more reading materials about IELTS, you may visit this website again. I will be posting more articles here in the coming days or weeks so please do keep yourself updated for my posts.