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How to get 7 BANDS in 7 DAYS in IELTS?

 

There are a number of websites that will tell you that you can score 7 bands in 7 days in IELTS. Is it true? I hope not. It is virtually impossible to get 7 bands in 7 days if your English level is not up to the mark. TARGET 9 EDUCITY is the best institute that offers the best IELTS coaching in Mohali and Chandigarh.

Obviously, if you are good at English then scoring even 8 bands in 7 days in IELTS is possible. But for this you need right guidance and training from professionals. In this blog, you will get some tips on how to score high in IELTS in a limited amount of time.

There are several factors that influence the band score. It is really important to understand the right path that will lead you to your desired band score. The majority of candidates who aim 7 each or 8 each band often fell short by half band in one of the modules. It is purely because of the lack of knowledge about the details and certain aspects of the four modules.

In this blog, you will find the minutest details that are essential in getting big scores. In IELTS, there are four modules that require equal attention. These modules are designed in a system that they test your English proficiency in the best way. Listening module requires attentive mind whereas reading requires more concentration. On the other hand, speaking and writing require decent English Language skill set to score good.

Four modules of IELTS

As far as the reading module of IELTS is concerned, it is considered to be one of the most difficult modules. The reason that people find this module difficult is that they lack the knowledge of vocabulary. Hence, they are not able to write correct answers. Also, it is important to manage your time in reading so that you are able to complete all your questions in the given time.

There is another thing to keep in mind that you should always transfer the answers simultaneously on the answer sheet in order to save time. Moreover, you should thoroughly read the paragraph and then read the questions to give the answers. It is important to understand the questions carefully before writing the answers.

In the listening module, you should write the answers on the question paper and then transfer the answers in capital letters on the answer sheets after the test is over. You must read all the questions in the section properly before you hear the conversation.

As far as the writing module is concerned, you must follow the word limit seriously. You should write a minimum of 150 words in writing task 1 and 250 words in writing task 2 for both General training and Academic module. Also, try to use more synonyms and avoid the repetition of the words.

For an example, ‘and’ can be written as ‘also’, ‘as well as’, ‘besides it’ and ‘moreover’. The use of synonyms can prove vital in scoring high bands. Writing in proper format is the key to score good in writing module of IELTS. Apart from this, you must not exceed the word limit too much. Lastly, you must try to write in a neat and clean handwriting.

The speaking module of IELTS is a one on one speaking interview. You will be asked few questions in the first round. Make sure that you don’t give lengthy answers to the general questions. The answers should be of two to three lines only. You should stick to your point and speak less. Next, you will be asked to speak for two minutes on a certain topic. You must prepare notes on that topic first. Then you can take the reference of your notes and speak on that topic.

After you are finished speaking on the topic, the examiner will ask you some follow up questions related to that topic. The follow up questions should be answered in three to four lines. The examiner will try to confuse you in this round, but your job is to listen the question carefully and answer it to the point.

I hope these tips will help you fetch 8 bands in IELTS. For better description, you can go through videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl0oSaFn4gbM-kPZIzXjRRw .

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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