In IELTS Listening if you hear the correct answer, but write it down with a mistake, you’ll lose one point. The answer with a word spelt in the wrong way is INcorrect.
IELTS Listening could be really challenging even for native speakers! There are different accents, tough tasks and academic words to spell. To get a high score you should get used to the format, questions and use effective listening strategies.
The test consists of 4 sections, and you will hear the tape only once. There are 40 questions in total. The listening passages become more difficult as you progress through the test.
In order to effectively prepare for the Reading Part you should know the questions format and have practice completing them before the exam. It is important to complete all 40 questions in 60 minutes. Just like in the exam.
To get a high score for IELTS Reading you should know what question types there will be in the reading section. Each type has its own traps and you should use certain reading strategies to deal with different questions. If you don’t know what to expect in IELTS reading it could be really hard to complete the tasks within the time limit – 60 minutes.
If you want to get a decent score for IELTS Reading, it will be useful for you to get familiar with the tasks format of this part and understand what is required from you so you do not spend valuable time trying to understand the task at the real exam.
In order to get a high score for the Reading part you should know the format of the tasks and practise doing them within the time limit. It is important to train to complete all 40 questions in 60 minutes because in the real exam you will not have more time.
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