1. Questions are timed; observe and follow the timings.
  2. You will be given instructions and examples; follow them and don’t do your own
  3. Time management is important, use the short breaks given to you to plan answers to the next questions.
  4. Cross-check your spelling and grammar
  5. Don’t try to understand every word and phrase you read in each of the IELTS sections. mo time
  6. Review the example answer if one is provided in the Reading section.
  7. Don’t just write, plan your writing in your mind before putting them down.
  8. Allow plenty of time to review your essay question and check your work.
  9. During the spoken part, ensure to make eye contact with the examiner as you speak.
  10. Don’t just tell the examiner “yes” or “no”, provide a little more detail.
  11. Listen to recordings properly and focus on the part currently being played.
  12. Write above the minimum amount of words needed. Don’t use unnecessary words just because you want to meet up with the word count.

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