IELTS is the abbreviation for 'International English Language Testing System'. It is almost a must for students to go through this exam. who want to study or work in English speaking countries like 'USA', 'Canada', 'U.K' and so on and who are venturing from Non-English speaking countries. |
"Excellence is an art won by training and habituation" said one of the greatest philosophers, Aristotle. So, with a view to excel in any field 'Specialized Training' is a must for anybody and everybody. IELTS training in Bangalore, in India, provides the training on proficiency in English speaking and writing with ultimate care.
How to prepare for the Writing Test?
1) Collect some training materials from the internet and local book shop. It is better to join a good ielts coaching centre in your local area. Read all the 'IELTS Coaching' study materials with CD's provided from the Institute minutely, follow the instructions on how to expertise in writing.
2) Put personal effort to improve your proficiency in the English language. In order to enrich your English, you should read at least one 'Standard' English Newspaper' to name a few 'The Guardian', 'The Statesman' and so on.
3) Writing grows with thinking, so if you read English Newspapers and Magazines and think in English and write accordingly, it would bound to enrich your writing ability.
4) Practice writing in English daily, on any good topic or search from Internet for a topic, write on it and compare with the source, not all the sources are reliable. So find good websites rich with good content.
5) Check for errors, consult an English teacher, if not possible there are so many good websites to teach English use them.
6) Be attentive with the construction of your sentence. Don't make it too complex, it would make you erroneous.
7) Contemplate over your language, is it of 'International Standard'? Judge by comparing with above mentioned 'Newspaper Articles'.
8) Learn correct usage of 'Idiomatic phrases', apply them in your writing whenever applicable to sound ornamental, don't overuse them.
9) Do watch 'Good English Movies' (which are based on dialogues), read 'English Novels' of great authors. It would enhance your understanding, imagination and enrich your vocabulary, so as to make you a better writer.
10) Imagine you are communicating with a 'Native' English speaker, jot down the imaginative conversation. It would help your communication skill as well, needless to mention it enables you to write better English.
11) Do read 'Good Essay books', learn how to write an essay, try to write of your own, don't cram and vomit. Reading and writing good essays, biographies, novels would benefit you in many ways. Your English writing certainly would get a higher benchmark.
12) Above all be correct with your grammatic knowledge and expression. Apart from good grammar books, there are dozens of reliable websites to teach you good 'English Grammar'.
As IELTS is an internationally recognized test of proficiency and competency in the English language, for your 'IELTS Test Preparation' you have to raise your benchmark higher and higher, because your competitors are supposed to be geared with all the best equipment to fight out the battle and they are not going to give you an inch. Convent educated students and students of English Literature or those who have done honors or masters in English are always a step or two ahead of others, so it needs a highly dedicated, sincere 'Endeavor' with a 'Never say die' effort to compete and fight out the battle successfully.
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