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About IELTS Exam Preparation And Strategy?

Priyanka Singh 16th Oct, 2021

Hi,

I hope you are doing good.

Understand the Exam Format

Before your begin practicing, it’s extremely important that you know what to expect of the test format. familiarize yourself with it by reviewing the content of the test, as well as the question and task types for each section.

Remember the IELTS test has a time limit and you will only have the time given for each module. If you are unable to complete the modules within the allocated time or if you cannot concentrate accordingly due to the timing pressure.

Develop your English capabilities and IELTS strategies

One of the biggest mistakes students make is to focus only on IELTS. They do lots of IELTS practice tests but they forget to improve their English.

Most Indian IELTS learners are unaware of their current English level, which is often Intermediate or below, and do not consider or forget that IELTS is an English proficiency test. As such, your English is expected to be top notch.

Multitask when listening in English

It’s no secret that the IELTS test is demanding and the listening module is no different. You will have to provide answers to 40 questions throughout 4 recordings. The recordings will be played only once. Typical questions include sentence completion, summary completion, form completion and multiple choice.

Develop a wide range of reading skills

The sole purpose of the reading module is to test a wide range of reading skills. Reading for gist, reading for main ideas, reading for detail, skimming, understanding logical argument, and recognising writers’ opinions, attitudes and purpose.

Immerse yourself in English

Expose yourself to as much language as you can alongside your test preparation. Read things that interest you in English, online magazines or blogs can be a great place to start.

Write some English every day, by writing a diary, keeping a blog or communicating with an online community such as people on a Facebook group that share an interest with you

Listen to native speakers talking to one another and if possible join in. Try the ‘shadowing’ technique. This involves repeating what someone has just said in English.  This will help with pronunciation, intonation and stress.

Bear in mind self-learning is possible as long as you are committed and find someone who is able to give you feedback.

I hope this helps!

All the best.

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I scored 1320 MKS in SAT exam conducted on 4th oct 21 . am I eligible for admission ? if Yes the. which are the universities I can apply? am I eligible for scholership?

Aashiketa 22nd Oct, 2021

Hi, yes you are eligible for admission on the basis of SAT exam. Please make sure that you are eligible on the basis of your academic scores too. Below are some of the colleges that you can try into.

  • Univ. of Cal. Berkeley
  • Univ. of Michigan
  • Reed
  • UCLA
  • Macalaster
  • Colorado College
  • Davidson
  • Scripps
  • Univ. of Florida
  • George Washington Univ.
  • Virginia Tech
  • Wheaton

When it comes to scholarships. Students with 1350 SAT score and above tend to get scholarships. You can try but no one can guarantee you a scholarship. Hope this helps.

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Is IELTS Exam in Best option after completion of Intermediate?

Ashish Ramtari 15th Oct, 2021

Hey there

It depends on the objectives of IELTS which it fulfills. This exam requires minimum 16 years of age. Objective of qualifying this exam is to is studying or working in a country where English is the major popular language of communication. The major countries which accept this exam scores are United Kingdom Australia New Zealand America and Canada.

For more:

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://studyabroad.careers360.com/exams/ielts/amp&ved=2ahUKEwjr9c2B0czzAhVOcCsKHZWACc0QFnoECAkQAQ&usg=AOvVaw2r9DWMSF2tZOZhX5TtrU1v&ampcf=1

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What is GRE for ? Is it for MIT or any other Universities?

Vedang Ranmale 15th Oct, 2021

Hello student,

GRE exam is an entrance exam just like JEE or CET but for applying to foreign universities and colleges of USA and Canada. The Graduate Record Examinations(GRE) is a standardized test that is an admissions requirement for many graduate schools in the United States and Canada and few in other countries. So, yes you can apply for Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for Masters after giving this exam. The computer-based GRE General Test consists of six sections. The first section is always the analytical writing section involving separately timed issue and argument tasks. The next five sections consist of two verbal reasoning sections, two quantitative reasoning sections, and either an experimental or research section.

Click here to get more details on GRE

I hope this helps, All the Best!

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NTSE sat exam political science previous years year question papers

anchaltibrewal2001 15th Oct, 2021

Hello there,

Hope you are doing well.

Different states in India conduct NTSE exam differently. I hope you belong to Karnataka as per what your profile shows.

Here is the link of Previous year Karnataka NTSE Question paper:

https://school.careers360.com/articles/ntse-karnataka-question-papers

Hope this helps you. All the best!

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I have 7.4cgpa and 334 GRE. I had 7 backlogs in Ece but did well since. Want to pursue Ms Data sci from US. No publications as im not interested in research. have good internships and projects in Data sci and also worked as a freelance for 2 years (since 2nd yr of college). What are my chances?

Aashiketa 22nd Oct, 2021

Hi, you have a decent CGPA. If you have a strong hold over your subject and have proved it via your internships than it will increase your chances. Getting into a very famous college won't be the best for you as they require a lot of marks. Your GRE score is impressive. While you write your SOP make sure you show that you have done well enough in your studies and maybe a reason to your backlogs. If you are willing to compromise countries then you can try for Canada. If I ad to answer it to you in short I would say yes, you can get into colleges with little efforts and top notch SOP and LOR. Hope this helps.

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