IELTS

IELTS – the myths and the truth, or how to pass IELTS

 

IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System. It is an exhaustive test, designed to assess the ability of people for whom English is not their native language, to use language, and intend to study or apply for immigration.

 

IELTS test is absolutely necessary to pass all those who are planning to apply for permanent residence in Canada, Australia or New Zealand, come to study in the Canadian, Australian, New Zealand, UK and Irish universities.

 

ILETS is one of the main stage, where stumble millions of people from around the world, deciding to begin the immigration process to Canada, Australia or New Zealand.

 

Can you overcome it? It depends on you. If you believe that the barrier is so terrible, is better to abandon immigration plans. If you try to pass the test on “maybe” you has little chance of success. How to succeed? Do not believe the myths about IELTS – it works is quite simple and has its own weaknesses. Get rid of their internal cultural barriers that prevent not only pass the IELTS, but also live in English-speaking countries. Focus on real problems rather than offered by teachers who are interested only in the hourly rate.

 

Myths about IELTS

 

Myths arise in situations where people have to overcome the obstacles created by the powerful and inventive powers. So with IELTS – thousands of people living depend on the results of the test plans, spreading rumors about the complexity and unpredictability of tasks that must be performed at the time IELTS. In fact this is not true – the test system is designed stereotypically, test structure can be easily learned and tasks built as the bricks of the building blocks. The truth about IELTS mixed with fictions that hinder the development of the right of a critical attitude to the test, and its successful completion.

 

Myth 1

 

The test is designed to objectively assess the level of knowledge of the candidate in English. Not at all. The test determines how you can use the language invented, but close to real life situations. First of all, the test itself must be studied. Experiments have shown that even those whose English are native, can take IELTS with low scores if they are not familiar with the testing system. Many people think that you need a large vocabulary. The IELTS test is used by an average of 760 words, most of you already know, and the rest can be learned in a couple of weeks. In fact, the more words you know, the less apply them in a tense situation of the examination. Grammar? Complex grammatical structures are so rare, most importantly learn how to effectively use the elementary.

 

Myth 2

 

We need to train more on the tests. What most makes with questionable success. Even with a lot of old tests with answers, it is difficult to understand why you are making specific mistakes, and develop the right strategies for the exam. Comments to the tests in an IELTS books written by those who created this tests, and their tasks is not include the task to teach you to avoid obstacles. On tests useful training after solving skills acquisition of the main types of problems encountered in the four IELTS modules.

 

Myth 3

 

Need to pass the official exam several times “try it.” You can, but the method is not effective, as you will learn the final grades without any comments. Since there was no analysis of errors, then the probability of success of these attempts are not higher than the first. You just will spend your time, money and nerves. The exam need to pass one time and with 100% certainty of success. Do not believe the myths. Your current level of English language skills may be enough for pass of IELTS for good evaluation. All you need – this is a special training on the IELTS.

 

What prevents to pass IELTS now?

 

First of all, the cultural barrier. It must be overcome for the rapid development of the necessary skills needed for successful completion the test. We must not forget that the test system has been created by people who had grown up in a different culture.

 

For the majority of foreign candidates essay in “Writing module” may seem contrived that interferes in a short period of time write 250 words. The fact that people brought up in an English-speaking environment, the process of writing a short essay on any given topic is familiar. Essay start writing in elementary school and end up at the university, where it is the only form of examination. It should be understood that it is standardized and fairly primitive process.

 

It is equally tense it may seem in a conversation with examiner in “Speaking module”. However, it is also a part of the English culture. Speaking formulaic phrases, without putting into words the emotional content – this is a normal practice. On the question ‘How do you do’ enough to answer the same phrase, and not to talk about your problems, that do not matter.

 

The ability to quickly scan the text is also produced in English-speaking countries, even in the lower grades, where children regularly performed tests than something resembling IELTS. Therefore, to successfully complete the “Reading module” does not need to carefully read the text, just quick view and snatching the facts and the main idea.

 

There is a special specificity in “Listening module”. People who speak English since birth, understand each other’s worse than you can imagine it. Adopted constantly ask again interlocutor and clarify important points of conversation, to say the names by letters, etc. The dialogues and monologues used in IELTS and simulating real-life situations, the facts are repeated and refined. However, for many foreign candidates, this practice of hearing is not the familiar, so “Listening module” is widely regarded as the most difficult part of the test.

 

Therefore, the skills to read, write, listen and speak at the IELTS exam are not familiar to you, therefore, require special, but fairly elementary, training.