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1. Know What to Except Before You Take Your IELTS Test


1. Know the Schedule and Format

1/Know the Schedule and Format Knowing the schedule and format of the IELTS test can help you prepare for your test.Let’s start with the basics: the listening, reading, and writing tests are all scheduled and completed on the same day, with no breaks between each part of the test. Depending on the IELTS Test Centre, you may also have your speaking test on the same day. 

In addition to knowing the scheduling, I recommend you have an idea about the structure and format of each part of the test:


The listening test is 30 minutes and includes four different recordings, including monologues and conversations. You will be asked a variety of questions about these recordings, and you will hear each part of the listening test once. 


The speaking test has three sections, which includes short questions and longer questions, as well as a structured discussion with your IELTS speaking examiner. The speaking test lasts between 11-14 minutes, and while you can’t plan your answers for the speaking test ahead of time, you can be prepared by knowing the types of questions you could be asked.


The reading test has three sections and lasts 60 minutes. You will be using a variety of skills for the reading section, including skimming, reading for main ideas, and more. You should be aware that there is an Academic Version of the reading test, as well as a General Training Version. 


The writing test has two sections and lasts 60 minutes. The first task includes writing at least 150 words, and the second task includes writing at least 250 words. As with the reading test, there is an Academic Version and a General Training Version. 

2. Know what your examiner is looking for

It is important to know what your examiner will be looking for in the speaking and writing sections of the test. By knowing this, you will be better able to focus your answers and give the kinds of answers the examiner is looking for.

3. Do practice tests

Take advantage of the practice tests and model answers available online to help you prepare for your IELTS test. These tests are a great way to get a sense of the kinds of questions that are asked, as well as possible answers.
Another advantage of using practice tests is they give you an opportunity to time yourself. The IELTS tests are carefully timed, so you should know how long it takes you to prepare your answers. I recommend that you use these practice tests and time yourself; then, if necessary, you can work on improving your timing before you take the test.

4. Get Help

Do you have questions about the IELTS test? Do you need some help with certain aspects of the test? If so, help is available. I recommend that you take advantage of free online IELTS webinars and in-class seminars to ask questions, get tips on how to improve your score, and much more! 


Preparation is key before you take your IELTS test. I recommend that you take time before your test to plan, prepare and inform yourself. Take advantage of the information that is available to you before you take your test – it’s there for the taking!
Good luck in preparing for your IELTS test.



Anything that saves time and money while bringing best results sounds great. And, that is exactly what PTE test does.

PTE stands for the Pearson Test of English. PTE is one of the English proficiency tests acceptable for both Student Visa and PR Visa/Migration for Australia. The test is generally divided into 4 sections: speaking, writing, reading and listening.

The exam is held on a single day and the duration of it is 2 hours 45 minutes to 3 hours, approximately. The test score is accepted by hundreds of universities across the globe, including INSEAD, Yale, and the Harvard Business School etc.The test score is also accepted for visa purposes by the Australian government.

No matter whether you are planning to study in New Zealand or Australia, you will be required to crack PTE test. A recent report states that PTE is accepted by 100 percent of New Zealand universities. Seeing the importance of the test, we are offering information about it.


PTE is a fully computer-based test. For example, during the speaking module, you will have to perform all speaking tasks using a headset. Similarly, all tasks must be typed during the writing module. The same pattern is applicable to listening and reading sections as well.
Hence, the test is beneficial for the ones who have good computer skills.

Availability of Dates

PTE exam is held on almost all days of the week. The days can be checked on the Pearson PTE website. The process of booking a date is very easy and you need not wait so long as there are a number of centers in various countries.

Quick Result Time

The result of the test is generally mailed to you within the 5 working days after the test date. Therefore, PTE is advantageous for people who are in a hurry to begin their VISA process and have little time available to them.

PTE has evolved! It’s hardly been a few years and PTE has taken a giant leap into the world of language proficiency tests. It has many positive outcomes, on the way it is being taken, on the way it is being designed. PTE is slowly, but steadily grasping the steps to success, not just for itself but also the candidate that chooses it.Mainly called PTE Academic, this language test is administered by Pearson English and is modulated by the same. With over the globe recognition, PTE guarantees the best outcome for you to choose your career or university.When it comes to PTE Academic, the ones who have been into its coaching, always come forward with bags full of advice for the candidates who are about to appear for a Pearson English test.

Best Of Selected Advices are below..


    Many of the coaches have the foremost and the same to say, ‘to stay conscious’. When you are totally into it, there is nothing that can stop you to gain superiority. ‘As soon as you step out of being conscious, you lose it’ and that’s what many of the coaches have said on the other hand. It’s very much a necessity to ‘stay awake’ while you appear and even when you prepare for it.

  • 2. GET TO KNOW IT!…

    Many of the candidates don’t even know what PTE acts like! All they do is to grasp knowledge about other tests and assume PTE to be the same. Guys, it isn’t so! PTE is completely computerized, making complete justice to the candidates who are willing to opt for it. Other tests, there are chances that the scores of a candidate might get ruined because of the handwriting or the mood of the checker, but here that case never comes into play. So it’s necessary to know how the things work here. One has to be clear enough at the time of speaking so that the computer understands the language and the accent easily.

Make sure, there are four modules: Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing


    Whenever you come on to the section of speaking, mind well to whatever you speak, and do it clearly. The computer will surely listen to your pauses, but not your emotions. So make sure that you speak a bit slow and in a way that can make you confident that “yes, the computer is listening to you”. Speaking something that the computer may not understand might make you lose marks.


    When you listen, keep a track of the words. Catching the previous one might make you lose your ears over the next. So it’s very much important that you keep taking a note of the things that you listen. That will surely help you. Make this a habit, practice this often, so that it automatically turns up during your exam.


    It’s necessary to think a lot about whatever you are writing. Writing rubbish will at the end make no sense, but cost you ample marks. Make it go in a rhythm, as losing the rhythm will make you lose the grip on whatever you are writing. When it comes to this module, especially, try not to focus on something else but to only whatever your topic is. This will surely let you go pure and in excellence.


    The world is big, and so is the language and its variedness. One word has many transformations and masks, to which in simple language we call ‘synonyms’. Try figuring out synonyms of the words that you generally use. This will help you increase your vocabulary and grammar.


    Reading can surely make a difference. When your practicing is on, make sure you go through the newspapers and magazines to read. They can be, at times, a refreshment and at times, a source for you to get through. You never know to what extent can your reading level be at the examination; therefore, newspapers are the best alternatives.


    Well, the soul to every language is its Grammar. You might think that you have a perfect grip on grammar, but this might take seconds to turn into a myth. Polish it every day, there will surely be ample amount of things that you will learn. Whatever you learn, just not keep it to yourself, play the best shots while you practice and analyse which ones of them can help you better. And at last, use the best out of the best in your examinations.