Whether you take classes or not, this is the best plan to study for the IELTS test and get the best score on it
*Daily short reading is much more effective than reading for example 6 hours on the weekend. The key to success is continuity and repetition.
*Try to study about 5 or 6 days a week and choose a time when you can concentrate well (when you are not too tired).
Write down the words you don’t know – find their meaning and try to learn them during the next week – practice spelling them too. Can you use these words in writing? How about speaking? Are these words related to a specific topic that you may come across again?
*Create vocabulary lists for different topics: You will come across these topics and words again and again. Although we have a ready vocabulary list here
*If you need speaking practice or have a poor conversation: choose a topic and talk about it for 2 minutes. Record your voice, listen to it and correct yourself.
*Practice out loud in front of the mirror (or record yourself to catch your mistakes).
Listen and practice English songs when you are idle, driving etc
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Practice tests are one of the best strategies to prepare for the IELTS test. These tests help the candidates to manage their time easily during the test to reduce the pressure and stress of the exam. In addition to the topic of time management, taking these tests will help you get used to the conditions and time of the test and come to the meeting much more prepared.