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What is The IELTS?

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is taken by people who are required to certify their level of English proficiency for educational, vocational and immigration purposes, and it measures a person’s ability to communicate in English across four language skills—listening, reading, writing and speaking.

The IELTS is developed and delivered through the partnership of the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations, British Council and IDP Education Australia. It is currently administered at over 500 centres operating in more than 100 countries. Centres supervise the local administration of the test and recruit, train and monitor IELTS examiners. SpecTa Education is one of the well-known and trusted IELTS test venues/IELTS Preparation Courses located in Jakarta.

IELTS sessions are administered according to local needs. Most centres conduct a testing session up to four times a month. Test results are available within two weeks. You will receive only one copy of your results, but additional copies of the Test Report Form may be sent to organisations you specify.
There are no restrictions on retaking the test. However, if you want to retake the test immediately after receiving your first results, you may need to wait due to the time needed to complete the registration process.

The Academic IELTS is taken by people who wish to enrol in undergraduate and postgraduate courses and those who wish to undertake work experience at a graduate and postgraduate level.
The General Training IELTS is taken by people who are going to English-speaking countries to complete their secondary education or undertake work experience or training programmes and by people who are planning to emigrate to Australia, Canada and New Zealand.

The IELTS is a British test created by the University of Cambridge Local Examination Syndicate (UCLES) in the United Kingdom. It is written in British English. Although, since it is an international test, the vocabulary and syntax used will be completely understandable to anyone who has studied English in an English-speaking country. If you don’t recognize a word at first, you will be able to assess its meaning through its context in the sentence. In addition, you do not have to use British English in the Writing module. However, you must use just one form of English consistently—that is, either British or American throughout the exam.

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Source: IELTS by Kaplan Publishing
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Multiple Choice Questions in IELTS Listening Section (Part 1)

One of the many possibilities of question type in IELTS Listening Test is the multiple choice question. As the best way to improve the ability is by practicing as often as possible, it is also important to understand the common problems and master the tips to tackle them. In these compilation articles, IELTSJakarta.com will help you in finding the correct answers to such questions.
Mainly, there are three different formats for the multiple choice questions:
  1. The first is a short answer multiple choice question. You will be given a statement and a number of different options to choose from.
  2. The second type is sentence completion question. You will be given a sentence stem and you will have to complete it with one of a number of options.
  3. The last is when you are given a sentence and you have to match this to one of a number of pictures.

Some multiple choice questions require you to choose more than one answer from a variety of options. You may be asked to choose two answers from five options or four answers from seven options. Approach these in the same way as a single answer question.
There are certain things that can trip you up and can lead to mistakes. Before knowing the strategies, here are the common problems that candidates face in answering the multiple choice questions.
  • Indifferent order. The speaker may not necessarily give the information or answers in the same order as the choices seen on the paper. Therefore, do not assume that the order will be same as those given. Listen carefully to know which answers fit correctly with the questions.
  • Similar Choice. There will be more than one option in the multiple choice questions, but the options can be so similar to each other that you may face difficulty in finding the correct answer. Also, the information you hear about each choice may be quite similar to each other.
  • Listening to all the words. There is a possibility that you will hear all the words which are given in each choice. Obviously only one out of them will be correct. To be able to mark the answer correctly, always listen carefully. This will help you locate the correct answer.
  • Paraphrases and synonyms. When you are listening, do not match exact words you read in the questions or listening script. The words you read will be different from those you hear in the actual listening script. Instead, you can search for synonyms or paraphrases.
Source: Compiled from Linguasoftech and IELTS Advantage
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Going Over the Word Limit --> IELTS Course Jakarta Utara

In IELTS Writing Test, one of the important requirements that should be fulfilled by the participants is writing with the required length and certain amount of words. IELTS Writing Task 1 will ask you to accomplish writing of a report or letter with the length of at least 150 words, while Writing Task 2 will ask for a 250-word-minimum essay.
When doing writing, part of answering the question correctly is actually by having at least the minimum word count limit. The examiner will count every word, so do not think you can get away with just writing around 150 words of Writing Task 1, for instance. It must be more or you will lose marks.
During the international IELTS Test, you will not have time to count how many words you have written. Here are some tips to avoid writing insufficiently:
·         The best thing to do is practice with the official IELTS exam paper and count how many words you write on that. You will then be able to see how much of writing 150 or 250 words looks like.

·         Try to write about 10% over 150 words for a report and 250 words for an essay when you are practicing. By doing this, it will help you to secure the limit number in the exam.

·         Plan your writing before you start. Having an outline of your writing before starting will help you a lot in managing the length of your writing. It is always good to know when to add some more sentences and when to stop giving too much explanation.

·         Providing examples in your essay will definitely boost your word count. However, you need to make sure that your examples are necessary to support the explanation. In the end, it is not smart to put examples that are redundant with your explanation.

·         Do not repeat words or phrases. One thing you should avoid is aiming to write long by repeating your sentences or adding irrelevant information in order to make a longer writing. If you have to extent the writing and you are out of ideas already, the one thing that you can try is paraphrasing certain main ideas from your body paragraphs in the conclusion. Do avoid adding new information in the conclusion part as it will damage the purpose of the paragraph.

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Source: Parts are taken from IELTS Advantage
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Tackling True, False, Not Given Questions --> IELTS Course Near Kebon Jeruk

IELTS Reading Test will have several types of question given to assess our skill in understanding passages. One of the possibilities is ‘True, False, Not Given’ question, which requires you to identify if information in a text is true or not in comparison to a number of factual statements.

Here are some tips to tackle these questions:
·         Read the instructions carefully and make sure you know if it is a TRUE/FALSE/NOT GIVEN or YES/NO/NOT GIVEN question. TRUE/FALSE/NOT GIVEN questions deal with facts. YES/NO/NOT GIVEN questions deal with opinion.
·         Ignore anything you already know about the topic and don’t make assumptions. You should answer based on the text only.
·         Read all the statements carefully. You should try to understand what the whole sentence means rather than simply highlighting keywords.
·         Don’t skim and scan the text to find the final answer. You will have to read the appropriate part of the text very carefully in order to understand what the author means.
·         Don’t look for words that exactly match those in the statements. You should also look for synonyms. Remember that you are matching meaning, not words.
·         Focus on the statement and carefully read the matching part of the text to establish if it is true or false. The meaning should exactly match that of the statement if it is true. Underline the words that give you the answer, this will help you focus and you can check back later.
·         Identify any words that qualify the statement, for example some, all, mainly, often, always and occasionally. These words are there to test if you have read the whole statement because they can change the meaning.
·         Be careful with verbs that qualify statements, such as suggest, claim, believe and know.
·         On most question sets, answers are in the same order they appear in the text. Just keep on reading.
·         If you can’t find the information you are looking for, then it is probably ‘Not Given’. Don’t waste time looking for something that is not there.
·         Also, if you have no idea what the answer is put ‘Not Given’. You probably have no idea because the answer is not there.
·         There will be at least one of all three answers. If you don’t have at least one ‘True’, ‘False’ or ‘Not Given’, then you have at least one answer wrong.
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Source: Compiled from IELTS Advantage
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