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IELTS tips for taking the test
IELTS

On the test day, your IELTS coaching centre will be helpful and friendly. But they have to follow strict procedures to ensure the quality and security of the test. Below are some guidelines for taking the test.

Arrive on time and try to stay relaxed and calm so you can do your best in the test. Read the booklet and other notice given regarding rule & regulation before coming to your test.

The computer-adaptive structure of the GMAT.

The types of exam questions asked and their common fallacies.

You can trust the quality and security of IELTS because it is owned and managed by three reputable, international organizations: British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations (Cambridge ESOL).


1. Bring your passport / national identity card with you:

You must have the same identification that you provided on your IELTS Application Form. If you do not have the correct identification document, you will not be able to take the test.
Pens, pencils and erasers which you need for the test.

2. During the test:

1.
Follow the supervisor's instructions. If you are in doubt, raise your hand and the supervisor will assist you.
2.
Tell the supervisor if you think you have not been given the right question paper, or if the question paper is incomplete or illegible.
3.
You may not ask for any explanation of the questions.
4.
You may not lend or borrow anything from another person.
5.
If you feel that your work may be affected by illness or any other reason, you must tell the supervisor at the time.

3. You must not:

1.
Try to cheat, copy the work of another candidate or disrupt the test.
2.
Use, or try to use, a dictionary, pager, spell-checker, electronic recorder or mobile phone. You will be disqualified.
3.
Talk to, or disturb, other candidates once the test has started. Smoke, eat or drink in the examination room.
4.
Reproduce any part of the test. You will have your test results disqualified and be liable to prosecution.
5.
Take any materials from the examination room. This includes, but is not limited to, test papers, answer papers and working paper.
6.
Leave the examination room without permission. If you are caught infringing any of the candidate rules, your test result will be disqualified and your receiving institution or professional body will be notified.

IELTS Preparation Tips

Here are some quick tips for practicing your English and taking the test. Good luck!

1. Practice for confidence

1.
Practice your English language skills with the IELTS Official Practice Materials or through other books or courses.
2.
Read the IELTS booklet to understand more about the test.
3.
Read, speak and listen to English as much as you can.
4.
Practice speaking English with your friends.
5.
Use radio, television and the web to read and hear different English texts.

2. Arrive on time to the test

1.
Double check the time and date of your test and allow plenty of time to travel to the test centre
2.
If you are late, you may not be allowed to take the test.
3.
Make sure you drink water and eat healthy food on the day of your test

3. Try to be calm and relaxed

1.
Get a good night's sleep before your test. Don't cram your study.
2.
Try to remain calm at the test centre. The centre staff will be friendly and assist you.
3.
Read the IELTS regulations before the test so you understand the rules. (A copy is on your IELTS Application Form.)

4.Understand the test format

1.
To do your best, you need to know what to expect. Make sure you understand the test format.
2.
Look at the sample questions to see the types of texts and questions.

5.Follow the instructions

1.
Listen to the supervisor carefully and follow the instructions on how to sit the test.
2.
When you open your test papers, read the instructions first before writing anything.

6.Stay aware of the time

1.
Every test room will have a clock on the wall. Stay aware of the time so you can complete all of your questions
2.
Each part has a number of sections. Allow enough time for each section. Some questions have suggested time limits for you to follow.

7.Do your best

1.
If you feel yourself becoming worried, take some deep breaths to calm down.
2.
Work calmly, focus on the questions, don't rush your answers and you will do your best!
3.
It is important to remember that to do well in the IELTS Test you should be able to speak well, write well, read well and be able to understand spoken English - it is as simple as that. Although you can prepare for the test (and this site will help you to do that), it is not a matter of memorizing grammar or vocabulary - you cannot prepare for the IELTS Test in this way. You will need to work really hard to get the score you need to get the IELTS score you need to study overseas!
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