Planning to study abroad? Then you must’ve encountered IELTS once or twice while doing your research. IELTS is the International English Language Testing System, and is considered to be the world’s standard for English proficiency.
You will be assessed based on 4 components – listening, reading, writing and speaking. You take the listening, reading, and writing tests in one sitting, whereas you take the speaking test on the same day or up to seven days before or after the other tests.
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Again, these are general tips and tricks and everyone has their own way of preparing for their exam. Make sure to stay well-rested for the exam so you can achieve good results! You can always retake the exam for a better score, as there are no limitations to taking the IELTS. What matters is you get the score you’re ultimately satisfied with.
Sources: E2 IELTS, SkillsYouNeed, IELTS British Council Philippines