IELTS Hello everyone I am an upper-mediate student Dose it enough to prepare within one month for my test ? And an hour a day enough for check my writing and speaking ? half-half ? Can you provide me useful websites and I indeed need website collects previous exams
Jan 31, 2017 1:20 PM
Answers · 8
I'll say simply this: Most students fail to give themselves enough time to prepare properly for the IELTS. If you want to get a good score then it is exceptionally unlikely that one month will be enough time for you to prepare for the exam.
January 31, 2017
Hi. Yes, I agree with Andrew. Time and practice.Good luck, Helen.
January 31, 2017
A month is pretty enough to pass IELTs AS LONG AS your English proficiency is greatly enough to sit the test and all you need is to practice its testing modes. However, if your English proficiency is far from the standard to pass the test, it would be hard to answer how many years you might pass the test and certainly it has to be related to the level you wish to pass and your underlying English proficiency. Good luck to you.
February 1, 2017
Wow, that's a difficult one to answer. It depends on many things. mainly though, how much time you have to spend preparing for it and the quality of the teaching you are getting. Try to do as many practice exams as you can and live, breathe and sleep English. Don't rush it...you need to feel confident when you take the exam.
January 31, 2017
My university has transferred their from Hijri(Islamic) date to Gregorian so that is a shock for me How long do you think will it be taking to get ready for the exam ?
January 31, 2017
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