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Undoubtedly, in the IELTS test, time is candidate’s enemy. It is common to hear that the candidates having taken the test and not performing as well as they hoped complain for unable to give all the answers in Listening Test since the tape was probably too fast, and running out of time in the Reading Test.
            Firstly, do not worry if you do not finish the tests. The test is designed to measure candidates over a range of scores from 0 to 9 (0 indicates the test was not attempted). Candidates whose English is near perfect can expect to score 9, but even native English-speaking people would be unlikely to complete every Listening Test answer perfectly or finish the Reading Test a long time before the examination ends. Remember, the test is meant to be challenging.
            The IELTS test measures many aspects of your English ability including the speed at which you listen, read, write, speak, and think in English. Your personal speed is not something which changes a great deal from day to day, but does change considerably over a longer period of time, as a direct result of practice in working with the English language. This is why IELTS preparation is important for students who aim to achieve high score in IELTS.
            Your personal speed and ability in the 5 areas previously mentioned is pretty well fixed at any given time. The official IELTS Band Scores you receive are extremely accurate, since each test is trialed extensively to achieve standardised results for candidates at all English levels. Nonetheless, there are certainly many things you can do, before and on the day of the test, to help maximise the use of your time and give yourself the best chance of success.
            The Listening, Reading, and Writing Tests are given in that order, and are usually held on a single morning. The combined length of those three tests is 2 hours and 30 minutes. (The Speaking Test is conducted at an appointed time in the afternoon.) Only one short break is given between the Reading and Writing Tests, so you need to be at your best for a long period of time. Thus, teachers in IELTS Jakarta always suggest you to have good sleep and eat well before the test. Good Luck.

101 Helpful hints for IELTS

Onny Anastasia Tampubolon


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