How to get a band 9 in IELTS

How to get a band 9 in IELTS

How to get a band 9 in IELTS

IELTS Speaking tip

  • Be your own judge.
  • Watch English Based T.V. Shows.
  • Don’t try to finish quickly.
  • Listen to more sample recordings.
  • Use Pencil instead of pen and give special attention to spelling.
  • Focus on details.
  • Try to devote time effectively and Read the instructions carefully.
  • Read anything and everything.
Is it possible to get 9 bands in IELTS?

Yes, getting an IELTS band score of 9 in the actual exam is very much possible. This is possible if you have met the expectations of the IELTS examiner and showcased the qualities of a competent user of the English language.

How hard is it to get Band 9?

To achieve a band score of 9 in IELTS listening you need to be practically perfect. As you know, the listening test involves answering 40 questions, 10 each on 4 listening sections. The test lasts around 30 minutes. You then have 10 minutes, in the end, to transfer all your answers to your answer sheet.

 

Who got 9 in IELTS in Bangladesh?

And then come people like Nazrul Sir, who record 9.0 on 9.0, and we wonder if these people are for real. Nazrul Sir, now runs the country leading IELTS and Spoken English training center; Nazrul IELTS, got 9 in both Listening and Speaking while scoring 8.5 in Reading and Writing taking the Academic test.

 

How can I study IELTS by myself?

Here are some simple things that you can do from home to maintain your general English level.

  • Test yourself with practice questions.
  • Record yourself doing an IELTS Speaking test.
  • Test out computer delivered IELTS.
  • Check your bookshelf.
  • Take some time to learn all about the IELTS test.
  • Keep your general English level up.

Is 2 weeks enough to study for IELTS?

A student aiming for a 6.5 overall may need to do more work than a student who requires a higher score, because their current ability is worse. We recommend that students spend at least 6-8 weeks preparing for the IELTS exam, focusing on basic grammar, reading speed, test strategies and writing skills.