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IELTS is one of the most important language tests that needs to be cracked for the purpose of the migration. Before going into IELTS, if certain things are taken care of then this difficult road block crumbles and it becomes really easy to get the desired score.
IELTS is conducted by two international organisations, idp, an Australian organisation, as well as British Council, a UK organisation. While booking the IELTS, one can book it from any of these organisations. There are plenty of myths and rumours outside, that one is easier than the other, but its just a false alarm.
First and foremost, understand the format of the test. That is, Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking. Both, Reading and Listening has four sections and each section with ten questions, in total, forty questions. While in writing section, one has to write two essays, one formal and one informal. Reading, Listening, and Writing are held on the same day. Speaking, on the other hand, is held on a different day, before or after the RLW test.
Listening is 30 minutes tests where the candidate has to listen to a voice recording and write the answers accordingly on the answer sheet. You can hear the recording once only, so each and every moment is important to get the correct answers. So, make sure each and every second is accounted.
Listening is followed by the Reading section, which is one hour and 30 minutes test. Read the passages and answer accordingly. You will definitely find all the correct answers in your passages itself. Just take care of certain things and you are good to go.
Talking about the Writing section, that stretches to an hour, one will be putting his/her thoughts onto the papers. Read the topic carefully and present your ideas clearly. Make sure the tone of the format remains intact, is it formal or informal.
Now moving to the speaking day, there will be one-to-one conversation between the you and the examiner. He/she will be asking few questions which starts with personal questions then personal experience, and finally personal opinion about the general topics.