Monday, June 20, 2016

What are the Books Recommended for your IELTS Practice?

The Philippine’s economic situation has recently been fluctuating between positive and negative growths. Due to this volatility, citizens are left feeling forced to take the necessary steps in search for better living and economic environments. That and the search for better educational settings are just a couple of reasons why centers which focus on IELTS review in the Philippines are thriving.

In fact, one quick Google search and you’ll easily locate an IELTS review center in Makati.

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Best Practices in Dealing with Data Interpretation in the IELTS Writing Test

Every person studying for the IELTS examination has experienced the difficulty and confusion in data interpretation in the writing sub-test of the examination.

The first task of the Writing test in the Academic module is to interpret a given data. The data can vary from pie charts, bar graphs, line graphs, tables and even a combination of different data. Interpreting these data is tricky and might pose a problem if you do not know what to consider in your writing. Here is how you can write an essay for the Writing Task 1 of the IELTS Academic test. 

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Proper Ways When Interpreting Diagrams and Flow Charts in the IELTS Writing Test 1

Another type of question that is used in the writing task 1 of the IELTS Academic test is the use of process diagrams or flow charts. If you compare this with the other data (bar, line, pie, table), this could be a little easier as arrows are used to point the flow of the process. However, if you are not familiar with the nature of the diagram, such as how a home heating system functions, it will be a task that you are sure to fail.

There are a number of ways IELTS candidates can successfully interpret this kind of diagram. Here are some points to consider when writing your essay. Let us have a sample diagram. 


Thursday, March 17, 2016

How Do I Manage My Time in Answering IELTS Test Questions?

One of the problems IELTS examinees face when taking the IELTS test is time management. Candidates often fail to answer completely the test because they run out of time. When I took my IELTS exam, I actually had a problem with the reading test since I realized that I spent a lot of time reading the entire passage and even choosing the answers. In the end, I still had six more questions left unanswered. Before I took the examination again, I wrote down things that I did which totally wasted my time, and come up with some tips on how you can manage your time for the IELTS.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Get the Band Score You Need for the IELTS

Each candidate for the IELTS test has a target score to reach. This band score is a requirement set by the companies and institutions these candidates are applying for. If they fail to reach these target scores, then their applications cannot push through. So, it puts a great deal of pressure to these applicants to prepare for the examination. One solution to their problem is to find an IELTS center for IELTS review packages.