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Write your IELTS and PTE Essays by using these Connectors and Phrases for higher Band Score

It is really important to use these connectors and phrases for IELTS and PTE exam. These connectors for IELTS and PTE will help you score high band score easily. We provide free study material for IELTS and PTE online and offline as well. We are approved by both IDP and BRITISH COUNCIL as the authorized institute for IELTS. We are specialist in 8,7,7,7 band requirement. Trainers at our institute are specially trained for teaching the students who are looking to score high band score for Permanent Immigration and student visa for Canada, Australia, New Zealand, U.S.A., and other countries.

Useful vocabulary/phrases to open/start the essay:


Many/some people claim/opine/believe that…
There is no denying that…
It is often said that…
These days…/ Nowadays…/ In this day and age…
It goes without saying that…
It is universally accepted that…
We live in an age when many of us are…
People are divided in their opinion regarding…
…. is one of the most important issues…
Whether …. or …. is a controversial issue…

Useful vocabulary/phrases to end the Introduction part:


Let us examine both views before reaching a concrete decision.
The following paragraphs discuss whether …… or …… and reach a reasonable conclusion.
The following essay takes a look at both sides of the argument.
My two cents go for…
However, I strongly believe that…
I oppose the view and my reasons will be explained in the following paragraphs.
I will support this view with arguments in the following paragraphs.
I personally believe that…
Thus the advantages far outweigh the disadvantages…
I wholeheartedly believe that this trend should be changed.

Vocabulary for the opinion part:


In my opinion…
I strongly opine that…
I strongly agree with the idea that…
I strongly disagree with the given topic…
I think…
My opinion is that…
Personally speaking…
In my view…
I believe…
Apparently…
Personally speaking…
According to me…
From my point of view… (Not ‘In my point of view’)
As far as I am concerned…
From my perspective…
I realize…
To my way of thinking…
It seems to me that…
To me…
To my mind…
My own view on the matter is…
It appears that…
I feel that…
I understand…
I suppose…

Vocabulary for the 2nd paragraph Part:


It is true that…
First…
First of all…
Firstly…
First and foremost…
Initially…
To begin with…
To start with…
Let us take a look at…
It is worth considering…
In the first place…
Though it is true that…
Some people believe that…
Many people think that…
According to many…
Some people believe that…
Many support the view that…
On the one hand…

Vocabulary for the 3rd, 4th …… paragraph Part:


Second(ly)… (Not ‘Second of all’)
Third(ly)…
Then…
Next…
After that…
And…
Again…
Also…
Besides…
Likewise…
In addition…
Consequently…
What’s more…
Furthermore…
Moreover…
Other people think that…
Other people believe that…
On the other hand…
Apart from that…
Finally…
Last but not least…

Vocabulary to show the comparison:

In the same way…
Likewise…
Similarly…
Like the previous point…
Similar to…
Also…
At the same time…
Just as…

Vocabulary to show contrast:

On the other hand…
On the contrary…
However…
Nevertheless…/ Nonetheless…
But…
Nonetheless/ Nevertheless…
Oppositely…
Alternatively…
Unlike…
While…
Whilst…
Although…
Though…
Even though…
Despite… / In spite of…
In spite of the fact that…
Alternatively…
In contrast to this…
Then again…
On the other hand…
Despite the fact that…
Even so…
Yet…
Meanwhile…

Vocabulary to show an example:

As an example…
For instance…
For example…
Like…
As…
Among others…
Such as…
Particularly…
Regarding…
In particular…
Namely…
With respect to…
As far …. is concerned…
To show an example…
To give an example…
To cite an example…
As evidence…
To illustrate…
To paraphrase…
An example is…
…could be a good/ideal example here
A case…
When it comes to…

Vocabulary to present an idea:

Research shows that…
Research has found that…
When it comes to…
With respect to…
Not only… but also…
In terms of…

Phrases to introduce more ideas/ examples:

Furthermore…
In addition…
On top of that…
Besides…
What is more…
Another point worth noting is…
Another factor to consider is…
Furthermore…
Not only …. but also…
Also…

Vocabulary to show consequence, effects or result:

As a result…
Consequently…
As a consequent…
As an effect…
Thus…
So…
The reason why…
Therefore…
On account of…
Because of…
Hence…
Eventually…
For this/that reason…
Thereby…
Due to…
Owing to…

Vocabulary to show result & reason:

As a result…
As a result of…
Due to…
One reason behind this is…
… has led to/ … has resulted in…
Consequently…
Therefore…

Vocabulary to sum up at the end of a paragraph:

To sum up…
In short…
In a word…
To put it simply…
That is to say…
To repeat in short….
To summarise…

Vocabulary to make a point stronger/ Adding emphasis:

It goes without saying that…
Obviously…
Needless to say…
There is little doubt that…
Although…
Thought…
Nonetheless…
Nevertheless…
Still…
Yet…
Must… After
After all…
Even if…
Therefore…
Thus…..

Vocabulary for clarifying or rephrasing:

To put it simply…
To put in another way…
That is to say…
In other words…
Other transitional words/connective words:
Then…
Else…
Otherwise…
Besides…
As soon as…
As much as…..
Some correct and incorrect expressions:
Correct Incorrect
In my opinion… From my opinion…
From my point of view… In my point of view…
Second/ Secondly… Second of all
On the other hand… On the other hand
Last but not the least… Last but not least…
In conclusion/ To conclude… In a nutshell.

Vocabulary for the conclusion part:


In conclusion…
In summary…
To conclude…
To conclude with…
To sum up…
In general…
To summarise…
In short…
All in all…
Overall…
On the whole…
To draw the conclusion…
In a nutshell…
To elucidate…(‘To elucidate’ means – ‘make something clear’ or ‘to explain’.)
All things considered…
By and large…
Taking everything into consideration…
Taking everything into account…
Weighing up both sides of the argument…

Expressing personal opinions:

In my opinion, …
Personally, I think that …
It seems to me that …
I must admit that …
I believe/suppose that …
I cannot deny that …
As I see it, …
As far as I’m concerned, …
I would argue that …
I’d like to point out that …
In my experience, …

Very strong opinions:

I am sure that …
I am convinced that …
I am certain that …
Proving your arguments
to attest, …
to prove, …
this (fact) is attested/proven by …
this (fact) is evidenced by …
this (fact) is testified by …
this (fact) is endorsed/supported by…
this (evidence) establishes that …

Expressing a general point of view:

It is (generally) claimed that …
It is (generally) said that …
It is (generally) thought that …
It is (generally) considered that …
A common opinion is that …
A popular belief is that …
Outlining facts
The fact is that …
It is obvious that …
It is clear that …
There is no doubt that …
This proves that …
Generalizing
Generally speaking, …
On the whole, …
Typically, …
By and large …

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Grammar for IELTS Preparation: 7 Key English Grammar Rules You Should Know

The following content is really helpful for students who aspire for IELTS and PTE exam preparation. This will help you in your IELTS preparation as well as in your classroom PTE coaching

1. The Simple Aspect

We use the simple aspect to talk about general, permanent or repeated actions.
Here, the present simple is used to refer to a general, habitual action:
I often read business magazines online.
In the above example, it is implied that you read these magazines online all the time. This is something you do regularly.
We use the continuous aspect to focus on progressive actions that usually happen around the moment of speaking.

Here, the present continuous is used to refer to an action that is happening at the moment of speaking:
I am reading an interesting book.
The same rule applies to all the verb tenses, past, present and future. If you want to focus on the continuity of the action, use the continuous aspect. If you are more interested in the result of the action, then use the simple aspect.

Why is this useful for IELTS Preparation?

In IELTS Speaking preparation Part 1 you have to answer questions about yourself.
You will need to make sure you use the right verb tense and the right aspect—simple or continuous—depending on what you want to say. If you want to talk about general things that you do regularly, then you need the present simple. If, however, you want to refer to actions that are temporary and happen around the moment of speaking, then you need the present continuous.

You may also need this grammar rule in Writing Part 1 when describing trends shown in graphs or charts. You are probably going to use the past simple quite a lot because in this part you report on situations that happened in the past.

Examples:

Between January and March, the profit rose by 10%.
They produced twice the amount of cars in June.
Hungary accounted for 10% of the students involved in the competition.
Let’s practice this rule by putting the verbs in the right tense and aspect:
1. I ___(exercise) every other day, but I ___(not like) going to sports competitions.
2. The graphs ___(show) how the total number of students ___(change) in the past 5 years.
3. I ___(do) an internship this spring, so I ___(not want) to take another job just yet.
4. Alan ___(watch) a movie when I ___(arrive). 

2. The Simple Past and Present Perfect Verb Tenses

When using the past tense, we see these past actions as having no connection with the present. They belong to the past, so we use the past tense to express them.
I ate my breakfast with Tony and then we saw a movie.
The action above happened in the past. There is no connection with the present, so we use the simple past.
If, however, the action happened in the past but it has some kind of impact on the present, or if it continues into the present, we need to use the present perfect.
I haven’t eaten breakfast yet, I’m starving.
The above is present perfect because it is a past action but it has an obvious impact on the present, the speaker is now hungry.
I have been waiting here since 10 a.m.
The above is present perfect because the action started in the past but is continuing into the present when the speaker is still waiting.

Why is this useful for IELTS Preparation?

In the IELTS speaking test, you may have to talk about different events from the past, either about yourself or about other matters. Decide if the actions are still relevant in the present, if they still have an impact or not.
You have more time to make this decision when you are writing than when speaking, but if you practice this rule you’ll be able to think faster.
Have a look at the following sentences and decide whether to use the past or the present perfect:
5. I ___(start) studying for the IELTS exam two months ago but I still ___(not decide) whether to move to Australia.
6. According to the bar chart, more women than men ___(take) the course last year.
7. Entertainment ___(change) a lot since people ___(start) using the Internet every day.

3. The Passive Voice

 

The passive voice can be used whenever you want to sound more formal and impersonal.
You form the passive voice by using the verb “to be” in the tense you want, plus the past participle (the third form of the verb; for example, for the verb “write” you would use “written”).

Examples:

Almost 50% more courses were chosen in the second semester as compared to the first one. (the passive voice is used here, with the past tense of the verb “to be” and the past participle of the verb “choose”).
More research needs to be done before choosing a certain supplier. (“do” is used in the passive voice in the infinitive, with the verb “be” used in the infinitive and the past participle of the verb “do”).

Why is this useful for IELTS Preparation?

You can use the passive voice in both writing tasks in the IELTS exam, particularly in reports where a more formal tone is needed.
Now try using the verbs in parentheses in the right passive voice form. These are examples you could use in your own formal reports!
8. As can ___(see) from the figures, the number of first-year students decreased dramatically in the last five years.
9. As ___(show) in the diagram, there was a marked increase in the number of students driving their own cars to school.
10. More language courses ___(choose) by students in the second semester.

4. Modal Verbs

You can use modal verbs when you want to express different nuances like degrees of certainty.
Could, might and may are modal verbs and can be used to refer to possible but uncertain actions in the future, with might being slightly less certain that may.

Examples:

We could be late if we stop for drinks now.
I may want to spend my holiday in Europe, but everything depends on my partner.
We might want to move to a different class if the problem persists.
Could have, might have and may have been used to express possible actions in the present or past—you are suggesting that these actions are or were possible, or that they are or were completed.

Examples:

They could have left hours ago.
It’s almost midnight in Spain, the plane might have landed by now.
I may have mentioned your name to my colleague.
Can is used to make general possible statements about the present, while could is used as the past of can with this meaning.

Examples:

My boss can be very demanding at times.
Students can be difficult to motivate in evening classes.
My boss could be very demanding when I first got hired.
Students could be difficult to motivate when I was an inexperienced teacher.
Can’t (cannot) is used to express impossibility.

Example:

These conclusions can’t be right.
Must is used when we are sure something is true and must have is used with the same meaning for the past.

Examples:

There must be a better explanation for why they haven’t arrived yet.
They must have changed their marketing strategy to afford such good prices.

Why is this useful for IELTS Preparation?

In the IELTS exam, you may find modal verbs in reading and in listening and if you get their meaning right you stand a better chance of getting that part of the test right.
In speaking you may want to use them in Part 3 when extending the discussion from yourself to other aspects the examiner might ask you about. Modal verbs can be used to express probability when making generalizations and talking more abstractly.
Now try practicing them by filling in the gaps with the right modal verbs studied above:
11. This ___(not be) your phone, I know you had a different ringtone.
12. It ___(be) Donna at the door, she called to say she is sick.
13. They ___(change) their plans, but they haven’t said anything to me.

5. The Definite Article

The definite article (the), as the name suggests, is used for talking about people or things that are known to the speaker, already mentioned earlier, described in some detail or unique.

Examples:

Can you turn the TV on? (The speaker knows which TV they are talking about.)
We are not going by car. The car is not big enough for all of us. (The car has already been mentioned, so we know what car the speaker is referring to.)
The gift they brought was a bit inappropriate. (We know what gift the speaker is talking about.)
I can’t open the door, as I don’t have the key. (The key is unique.)
The can also be used with superlatives, ordinal numbers, countries that have plurals in them or that include the words “republic” or “kingdom.”

Examples:

This is the best movie I’ve seen in a while. (superlative)
This is the second time I’ve met him today. (ordinal number)
The Czech Republic is one of my favorite country in Europe. (the country that includes the word “republic”)

Why is this useful for IELTS Preparation?

In the IELTS Writing exam, leave a few minutes, in the end, to proofread for grammar mistakes. If you’re still having doubts whether you are using them correctly, try practicing in writing first and then in speaking, as you have more thinking time to decide if you should use them or not. It’s easy to erase it in case you decide that the person or thing is, in fact, undefined, new or not specified.

To practice making this decision, use the or nothing in the following gaps:
14. I don’t like ___ romantic comedies, I prefer ___ thrillers, but I like ___ one you suggested last week.
15. Moving to ___ United States was a big decision, but not ___ best they took.
16. ___ employees don’t like it when their bonuses are being cut.

6. Comparing Adjectives

You should use adjectives as often as you can to describe people or things because they prove you have a wide range of vocabulary in speaking and writing. You may need to compare them using comparatives or superlatives, depending on what you are trying to say.

There are a few rules you need to keep in mind:
Most one-syllable adjectives take -er and -est at the end to form the comparative and the superlative.

Examples:

My plan is safer than yours.
This is the safest plan of them all.
Two-syllable adjectives can form the comparative and superlative either by adding -er and -est or by using more and the most. In most cases, both forms can be used.

Examples:

This is a simpler version of what I’ve just said.
I’ve never lifted a heavier bag.
This is the narrowest path I’ve ever walked on.
His was the most complete answer I got.
Adjectives of three or more syllables use more and the most to form the comparative and the superlative.

Examples:

I’ve never heard a more beautiful song.
This is the most interesting story I’ve ever read.
Pay special attention to irregular adjectives that don’t follow the rules above:
good ⇒ better ⇒ the best
bad ⇒ worse ⇒ the worst
far ⇒ farther ⇒ the farthest
little ⇒ less ⇒ least
In the IELTS exam you may want to use adjectives to prove your wide range of vocabulary, but pay attention to spelling while taking the writing test.
Adjectives ending in consonant + y: The y changes to an i when adding -er or -est.

Examples:

Shiny ⇒ shinier ⇒ shiniest
Icy ⇒ icier ⇒ iciest
Adjectives ending in e: The e is dropped when adding -er or -est.

Examples:

Polite ⇒ politer ⇒ politest
Gentle ⇒ gentler ⇒ gentlest
Adjectives ending in a consonant with a single vowel preceding it, double the consonant when adding -er or -est.

Examples:

Big ⇒ bigger ⇒ biggest
Red ⇒ redder ⇒ reddest
Sad ⇒ sadder ⇒ saddest
Have a look at the following sentences and fill in the gaps with the correct comparative or superlative form:
17. This is the ___(fast) route to our destination.
18. The salad your mom makes is ___(delicious) than this one.
19. His report is ___(comprehensive) than I expected it to be.

7. Watch Out for Frequent Spelling Mistakes

Here’s a list of frequent spelling mistakes students make. Make sure you understand the rule behind each mistake so that in the IELTS Writing exam you don’t make these mistakes!
Double l in adverbs. Normally, you can add –ly to many adjectives and turn them into adverbs. For example, interesting becomes the adverb interestingly. However, if the adjective ends in l already, then its adverb will have a double l:

Examples:

Beautiful ⇒ beautifully
Adding -ing and -ed to verbs. If the verb ends in an -e, then the -e is dropped before you add -ing or -ed:

Examples:

Live ⇒ living ⇒ lived
Fake ⇒ faking ⇒ faked
If the verb ends in a consonant + vowel + consonant pattern of letters, then we double the final consonant when adding -ing or -ed:

Examples:

Plan ⇒ planning ⇒ planned
Stop ⇒ stopping ⇒ stopped
If the verb ends in -ie, we change it to –ying when adding -ing:

Examples:

Lie ⇒ lying
Die ⇒ dying

Now have a look at the following sentences and correct the spelling mistakes if you find any. Some sentences are correct.
20. I have never studied Geography and I regret it.
21. They’ve been planning to visit, but never got the chance to do it.
22. The clock stopped working hours ago.
23. I’ve been listening to this lecture for one hour and I still don’t get the point of it.
24. The little girl is tying her shoelaces.
25. He was fixing his bike when I got there.

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Sample Introductions for most important IELTS essay topics

Come visit our institute for best coaching of IELTS and PTE. We provide free study material for IELTS and PTE online and offline as well. We are approved by both IDP and BRITISH COUNCIL as the authorized institute for IELTS. We are specialist in 8,7,7,7 band requirement. Trainers at our institute are specially trained for teaching the students who are looking to score high band score for Permanent Immigration and student visa for Canada, Australia, New Zealand, U.S.A., and other countries. Let’s discuss some IELTS essay topics for both the General and Academic versions of the IELTS.

ART

Art is an activity through which an individual expresses his or her emotions and depicts a certain thing in a different manner. Art is a skill that is disappearing rapidly. People these days are more focused on work rather than art and craft. It’s not that art should only be limited to artists but it should also be practiced by everyone as it increases your capability to think creatively in every facet of life.

BUSINESS AND MONEY

Money is as important as anything in life. Human beings spend their entire life chasing money. Business, on the other hand, is a way of earning money and a lot of people choose business over employment. I do not feel that making huge sums of money is the only intention of people choosing business; there are other factors to it as well.

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

Crime is the most soaring issues in today’s era. It is increasing at an unprecedented rate over the last few decades across the globe. There are some countries that have no mercy for criminals. While there are other nations that have failed to control crime because of the lack of punishments give to the offenders in their judicial system.

EDUCATION

Education is the third eye of humans. We learn most of the things in life from our society but education teaches us directly while studying at a school or college. Education provides firsthand knowledge of our history, languages, science, and so on. Though education can be accessed by reading books at home I still feel that studying formally at a school is the best way to gain an education. Education is the most common and important IELTS essay topic. 

ENVIRONMENT

Our surroundings like rivers, lakes, trees, air, parks, plantation, and etcetera are known as an environment. Our environment throughout the world is getting contaminated day by day. This issue has been tackled by a number of countries with good effect yet there are some that have not been able to do something about this impediment. We should start to take steps regarding this otherwise the day is not far when we will put our lives in jeopardy.

FAMILY AND CHILDREN

Family plays the most integral role in shaping the life of an individual. Members of the family support each other through thick and thin. Children learn a lot of things from family in addition to formal education. When children interact with family members, they grasp the knowledge and experience of elder members. There are different structures of a family all over the Earth but nuclear and joint family is the most prominent type of families.

LANGUAGE

Language is a way of sharing your emotions and feelings through words. Everyone on the Earth uses languages to communicate with each other. Learning a language in itself is a great experience. There are endless numbers of languages which are spoken across the world out of which English, Spanish, French and Chinese are the most prominent ones.

HEALTH

As there’s an old saying, health is wealth. A person with good health can enjoy most of the things in life. Even if an individual achieves a lot of things in life but without good health, one remains incomplete. Having impeccable health is a boon. There is a myriad of things that personages can follow in order to maintain health.

MEDIA AND ADVERTISING

Media is the most powerful source of knowledge and entertainment in today’s era. Media is a thriving force which can influence the thinking of masses. Media also telecasts advertising on television, the internet and other mediums. Advertisements have changed the way people buy things these days and they are allured by the adverts to buy things.

TECHNOLOGY

Technology has emerged by leaps and bounds. Today, people depend on technology for almost everything. From waking up in the morning to going to office and cooking, everything is now integrated with technology. From the past couple of decades, technology has gained new heights and has helped humans in every field. However, some people still feel that it has both behooves as well as flinches.

TRANSPORT AND TRAVEL

Travel is an activity by which we go from one place to the other by using transport. Travelling has become effortless. Currently, there are countless ways through which we can commute. A recent survey marked that air travel is the safest travel in the world in terms of deaths per year from accidents in the past five decades.

READING

Reading is one of the most intellectual habits that people have. Reading anything will escalate knowledge of an individual. Reading the books, novels or newspaper increases the vocabulary up your sleeves. People often read books during their study but I feel that reading is a natural instinct and should not stop from cradle to grave.

TOURISM

Tourism is a way through which people visit different places for leisure, people like to see new things, taste different food, and meet contrasting people. Tourism is no more trivial activity. These days, most of people like to visit different countries and enjoy, unlike vibe.

SPORT

Sport is one of the indispensable parts of a human’s life. In our day to day life, we watch different sports that are telecasted from numerous parts of the world. Sports is not only limited to a sportsperson. It is an activity that comes with a lot of benefits and should be enjoyed by everyone.

WORK

As an adage goes, Work is worship. This is not true as people across the globe are working day in day out to churn bread and butter. There are a number of people who work full time as well as part-time depending upon their requirements. Work is of different types like some personages prefer to do a job while others like a business. Both types of work demand different skills.

GLOBALISATION

Shrinkage of the world into a small village mainly by the means of transport and the internet is known as globalization. This phenomenon is spreading with a lot of paces. It has brought the world together on the same platform. It has a lot of positive as well as negative effects on mankind.

POLLUTION

Pollution is a menace in the contemporary era. It has created a lot of chaos across the world. In some parts of the globe, it is so adverse that it has even become deadly. Pollution is of different types like air, water, soil, noise pollution and so on. It is a serious issue that needs to be addressed as soon as possible.

HEALTH CARE

Health care system of a country is its lifeline. A healthy life is a boon for anyone. Health care systems are responsible for the good health of the citizens of a nation. There are different types of health care institutes. Generally, every country has a private and government type of health care.

AGRICULTURE

Agriculture, in other words, is an activity through which different vegetables, crops and a variety of grains are produced. It is a vast subject for many centuries and an inevitable process for humans. Agriculture is practiced in almost every country of the world providing the weather is suitable. People involved in agriculture are generally hard working.

COMPUTERS

Computers have changed the way people work. Computers have made people dependent on it in every facet and field of life. Literally, all the data from the banking sector, health care, and businesses and so on is stored on computers. It has impacted human life is good as well as bad ways.

These are few IELTS essay topics which can be given to the students in their IELTS essay writing.

 

Guide to Best IELTS Preparation

IELTS basically stands for “International English Language Testing System”. This test basically tests the proficiency of the candidate in the English language. After testing the candidate in each of the modules, the bands are permitted to each of the examinees. The students are tested on four modules namely. Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening. They need to attain certain bands in each of the modules in order to apply for the study visa for foreign countries. We have a wide range of free IELTS preparation material and tools for you. All the modules are not much complicated, but one needs to understand the format of each task of the respective module. The IELTS exam is held very frequently varying with the number of candidates applying for the exam from each of the state. 
The irony of the exam is that some people are proficient enough in the English language but are incapable of clearing the exam. The repetitive failures in the exam can really disappoint the person. The IELTS results are mentored as per the country the candidate is interested in. to score good in IELTS, one needs to stick to a few tricks that can help them in attaining their desired bands.

Some of the IELTS preparation tips that can help the students to score well in the IELTS exam are as given below:

• High vocabulary words: 

  It is very necessary to use high vocabulary words in your writing tasks. No matter how high vocab you have but if you cannot put them in the right context, then it cannot benefit you in any way. This can be improved with the frequent use of certain words while practicing for each of the modules. One can also increase their vocabulary by developing the reading habit no matter it can be some articles, newspaper or magazine but it should be in the English language. While reading, one comes across the various words that are of subtle use. You can underline those words and use them later for your practice tests.

• Cracking IELTS interview:

 This is one the most complicated module by the students since it involves one to one speaking session between the examiner and examinee. The fear of public speaking is a very common problem among people. No matter how well prepared you are, sometimes, you become so nervous in front of the examiner that your brain blanks out and your result worsens. To eradicate such problems, it is advised to practice speaking sessions with your teachers and seniors. More the practice more is your comfort level with different types of questions. Prepare some general questions beforehand so that you can be at least fluent in those answers.

• Understanding the writing tasks format:

 It is very crucial to understand the format of the writing tasks. Sometimes, students go out of the topic and get negative markings for this. Do not try to cram the sample essays but just get the idea behind it and write it with your own ideas and words. Handwriting is a key point in the writing module. One must write in a very legible neat handwriting. Mind it, bad handwriting gets negative marking. While writing any of the tasks, one must take care of the time limits. The tasks must be completed within the prescribed time limit. The minimum word limit for each of the task must be pondered upon for the best scores in the IELTS exam.

• Acknowledge the tips and tricks:

 There are certain tricks and tips for each of the module you learn while IELTS preparation. If one completes the task with that trick, chances are you will get better and improved answers and thus, better result. Learning the tips and tricks is the best thing one can do to attain good marks.

It is not so difficult to attain good marks in IELTS, but one needs to choose the right path to attain their goal. “Practice makes the man perfect.” Consistency and hard work with the blend of smartness are what the IELTS exam requires to get good scores.

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