IELTS PREPARATION AND PRACTICE for ultimate success! Private Care by Nazrul sir 01824999888!
International English Language Testing System (IELTS). By this test your English skills in terms of four areas of English language are assessed. It’s the most accepted and recorgnised version of English language competency test conducted globally. IELTS preparation and practice is a must to do better in the exam. Because highly experienced and certificated IELTS examiners generally assess the exam papers. Generally, the assessment is done according to the stipulated IELTS exam assessment criteria.
IELTS exam results are given on a nine-band scale. Besides the score for overall language ability, IELTS provides a score in the form of a profile for each of four skills i.e. Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing. They are also given on a nine-band scale. So, for IELTS preparation and practice, you must keep them in mind to do better and equally well in all modules.
Types of IELTS
There are four types of IELTS exams – IELTS Academic, IELTS General Training, IELTS UKVI, and IELTS Life Skills.
IELTS Academic test is designed for those wanting to study in an English-speaking country (higher education). One can also take IELTS Academic for professional registration.
This measures if you are ready to begin studying in English speaking countries. It characterizes vocabulary that is familiar within an academic situation.
IELTS General Training
IELTS General Training test is for those wishing to study below degree level. It includes an English speaking school or college. This can also be taken for work experience or other employment training in the English speaking countries.
IELTS General Training is also essential for migration to Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the UK. The test structures everyday English language skills that you will need in social and workplace surroundings.
IELTS for UKVI
IELTS for UKVI (UK Visa & Immigration). It comprises IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training. However, if you need to study/move to the UK, you need to give an IELTS test approved for UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI) purposes known as IELTS for UKVI. This applies to everyone coming from a non-English speaking countries.
IELTS Life Skills
The IELTS Life Skills is for people who need to prove their English speaking and listening skills at Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) Levels A1, A2 or B1. It has only pass or fail.
IELTS ACADEMIC VS. IELTS GERAL TRAINING
Reading & Writing
IELTS Academic is different from IELTS General Training in two modules of exams. They are IELTS Writing and IELTS Reading. In IELTS Academic exam Reading passages will be from Academic contexts. While in General Training Reading will from job or social contexts. In IELTS Academic Writing – there will two writing tasks, one is describing something like a graph or chart, while in General Training – you have to write a letter of 150 words. In both Academic and General Training, you have write an essay of 250 words.
IELTS Exam preparation and practice to win the race!
IELTS Speaking Test:
Speaking is one of the four modules.
where a candidate has to attend a face-to-face interview conducted by a trained examiner on a separate test day. The test lasts for 11-14 minutes, and the test has three parts – Part-1, Part-2, and Part-3. Speaking Part-1 is to speak on general topics like home/family, their jobs/studies, their interests and a wide range of similar familiar topics.
Example questions and answers:
Quest. Talk about your hometown
Ans. Well, my hometown is Pabna, and it’s at the central part of Bangladesh. It’s about 5 hours’ driveway from here. My hometown has many places of internets and many of them are fascinating because of stunning landscapes. Moreover, you’d get smooth communication facilities along with other modern amenities. I love my people, since they are hospitable and loyal to new visitors. In a word, it’s economically important district in Bangladesh.
This part lasts for 3-4 minutes.
IELTS Speaking Part 2 is to speak for long time. It’s often called IELTS CUE CARDS, and/or Individual long-tern. This part tests your ability to talk about a topic, develop your ideas about a topic, and use relevant vocabulary and grammar in your speaking. The examiner will give you a ‘task card’ with written prompts, and he will ask you to talk about the topics and include the points that you can cover in your talk in two minutes.
IELS Speaking Part 2 last for 3-4 minutes as well.
IELTS Speaking Part 3
In IELTS Speaking Part 3, we also know it as Follow-up Questions, where the examiner will ask you questions related to the topic in Part 2. It’ll be kind of conversation between the examiner and the candidates. To do better in this part of Speaking Test, you have to :
- firstly, give a straight answer to the question
- secondly, explain the reason of your opinion
- in addition, add example to support your point
- finally, end with a sentence by linking your ideas and examples to the matter of the question
IELTS Academic Writing
IELTS Academic Writing consists of two tasks. Task 1 where you have to describe a chart, graph, table, map or a diagram in 150 words, in 20 minutes. While in Task 2 – you have to write an essay of more than 250 words in 40 minutes. The examiner will assess your writing using four assessment criteria. For task 1, assessment criteria are Task Achievement, Coherence and Cohesion, Lexical Resources, and Grammatical Range and Accuracy. While in Task 2 Assessment criteria are Task Response, Coherence and cohesion, Range of vocabulary, and Grammatical Range and accuracy. For detail about assessment criteria, please check Writing Assessment Criteira.
IELTS Preparation by Nazrul Sir.
He has nearly 15 years IELTS teaching experience. He has written many books and developed many courses for IELTS aspirants. Over thousands of IELTS candidates have been successful in their attempt to achieve higher band score in the IELTS exam. Nazrul sir conducts:
Firstly, IELTS Private Care for students who need higher band score
Secondly, he conducts IELTS 1 Month Crash program
Moreover, Nazrul IELTS has IELTS Regular Course for students who want to start from the beginning
Nazrul IELTS, Mirpur 1 Bus Stand, Capital Tower (Lift 4), Dhaka-1216, Bangladesh, Cell: 01834241444/01834241454
IELTS Writing tips
Writing Task 1 focuses on:
Task 1 assesses the ability to identify the most significant and related data and trends in a graph, chart, table or diagram, and to give a well-organized overview of it using language precisely in an academic style.
Writing Task 2 focuses on:
IELTS Writing Task 2 assesses the ability to present a clear, relevant, well-organized argument, giving evidence or examples to support ideas and use language correctly.
IELTS Writing Task 1 Assessment Criteria: IELTS Writing task 1 tips
Your performance will be assessed on four assessment criteria. Firstly, Task Achievement, Secondly, Coherence and cohesion, Thirdly, Lexical Resources, and Finally, Grammatical Range and Accuracy will be checked. Actually, what they really mean, to understand them read the following details.
Task Achievement means: IELTS Writing task 1 tips
- firstly, you have to analyse the key words
- secondly, you have to highlight the key features
- thirdly, write a report based on fact/data
- write well-over 150 words
- moreover, avoid coping words from the statement
- next, avoid wrong vocabulary
- finally, don’t give opinion. However, must write an overview sentence with the introduction or in separate paragraph.
Coherence and Cohesion: IELTS Writing Task 1 tips
- firstly, you’ve to plan your writing
- secondly, have right number of paragraphs
- next, use a good number of linking words
- after that, use ref words like this, that, it etc.
- moreover, don’t overuse connective words
Lexical Resources: IELTS Writing Task 1 tips
- must use a good range of vocabularies
- use accurate vocabulary
- mustn’t make spelling mistakes
- never use informal language
Grammatical Range and Accuracy: IELTS Writing Task 1 Tips
- to begin with, must use a number of sentence structures
- then, take care of Tense by using right form of verbs
- next, use correct punctuation
- finally, don’t make mistakes