Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Some Spoken English Tips

The following are some tips that can be helpful to your in speaking English without any hesitation:
1. Do not worry about your mistakes as you will definitely make mistakes as a learner.
2. Keep in mind that this is not a one day process.
3. Keep learning certain phrases that can be used in many situations.
4. Always speak slowly and carefully. Never rush through your sentences.
5. Try to restrict yourself on simple sentences until you gain confidence.
6. Watch carefully your pronunciation by keeping checking then until you are in doubt.
7. You can take help of your relatives and friends to point out your mistakes.
8. Learn one word every day and use it in your conversation with different people.
9. Make the habit of watching English movies, reading English newspapers and magazines.
10. Whenever and wherever you hear a new word, try to find its     synonyms and use it in your conversation.

You can also learn more tips to speak English from best IELTS centre in India. By getting regular classes, you can touch the skies in your English language.

Friday, 18 November 2016

What is IELTS and some important facts that you should know about IELTS test.

What is IELTS

IELTS is also known as an international English language testing system. The British council is IDP is managed the IELTS. This is the world most popular English language and ability to take test for higher education and global migrations. In all over the world, over 2 million tests are taken in last month.

 Why is IELTS important?

IELTS is one of the best and popular English Exam. If you want to do the study in abroad then you can learn IELTS and can give IELTS test.  If you will score maximum bands in IELTS then there will be lots of options for you and you can select your favorite country to study like the study in Canada, Australia.

Here are some important facts that you should know about IELTS test
Types of IELTS

Basically, there are two types of IELTS. The first one is the general IELTS and the second one is academic IELTS. If your main objective is to move to an English speaking country then you should have to clear general IELTS exam whereas the academic IELTS is the better view for students. The academic IELTS is especially for graduate and post graduate programs.

Sections for the IELTS

There are basically four sections for IELTS listening, reading, speaking and writing. All sections are very important to clear and get a score good marks in these. Otherwise, you will face problem in order to choose your favorite university.

Duration of the IELTS test

The duration of the IELTS test is 2 hours and 45 minutes and the time is divided into four sections. The listening section is 30 minutes and the reading section is 60 minutes, another 60 minutes are to write the test and the rest of minutes are for speaking.

Price of the IELTS

The prices of the IELTS test depends upon which coaching center that you choose to take the training. However, the Academic and General IELTS have the same price. To get the IELTS training at low cost you can choose the best IELTS center in Punjab.

Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Who accepts PTE - the Pearson Test of English Academic

The Pearson Test of English Academic is the computer-based examination that needs to be clear if you want to study abroad and immigration. PTE offers the fast and flexible test of English. The test centres of PTE are in 50 countries worldwide. Like IELTS this test also checks your reading, writing, speaking and listening skills.

PTE is accepted worldwide by thousands of universities. This test is also accepted for visa purposes.

Let us have a look at the list of some countries that support PTE examination:

·       PTE in Australia:
As a part of Australian visa applications, PTE is the test to check your English ability. This test is accepted by the almost all the Australian universities and the departments of state government.

·       PTE in New Zealand:
If you want to study in New Zealand then PTE exam is accepted by a growing number of polytechnics across the country as a proof of English proficiency.

·       PTE in India:
If you want to give English test in India to study abroad or for work then you can go for PTE academic. This test is accepted for study in many countries like Canada, Australia, UK, USA, etc.

·       PTE in the UK:
PTE exam is greatly accepted by the top leading universities of UK. In order to check the proper scheduling of the PTE academic for UK visa application, you can have contact with best PTE coaching centre inPunjab.

·       PTE in the USA:
Many universities and institutions across the USA accept PTE academic as an English Proficiency. After clearing the exam you can have access for the USA visa very easily. As the PTE results come out within five days, you can send your details to as many institutes in the USA.

·       PTE in Canada:
A wide range of institutions in Canada support PTE. You can give your test any of the centres in Canada and can send your scores to your selected institutes.

Saturday, 12 November 2016

Five things that make people afraid of IELTS

Generally, exams are not liked by most of the people. This can make people nervous and uncomfortable. In most of the cases, exams make people panic and they started losing an ability to think clearly.
IELTS is also an exam and for many people, IELTS might be a problem. Unless you know how to handle the different parts of IELTS, it can intimidate you. People are very much afraid about the unknown solutions to overcome all the scary facts about the IELTS.

Here are five things that make people afraid of IELTS:

1. What should you do if you miss the answers in the listening module?
This can be the fear of losing concentration. If you will ask any student about his fear then he will definitely say about this thing.The only one solution to overcome this problem is to do practice. It will help you in building up your confidence and will teach you how to recover the missed question and how to move on and reset them. Through practice, you will get to know about your weakness, about the difficult tasks and where you are lacking. By paying more attention to those tasks, you will get your marks improved.
2. What should you do if you do not have enough time?
The fear of time mostly comes in reading and writing section. If you want to overcome this, then you need to take control over the time and manage it carefully. The most significant time management technique is “Divide and Conquer”. You must divide your time and must stick to your rule no matter what.

3. What should you do if you have nothing to write about?
This is the common fear for the writer’s block. Most of the people fear this thing that what they will do if they will not have anything to write on assigned topic. To overcome this fear, you should read lots of essays on various topics and talk with other people on those topics to absorb their ideas. The exam taker does not bother about from the source of information but only the thing that matters to him is just the content part.

4. What should you do if you say anything wrong?
Basically, this is the way of expressing the inappropriate words. Unless the speaker is speaking on a topic and expressing his thoughts in a right way then it cannot have any effect on his score.

5. What should you do if you have nothing to say?
This can also be said for fear of interaction with the examiner. In speaking part, due to the procedure of no time to think, makes people uncomfortable. To get rid of this fear, just build up your confidence. Do practice of speaking for a couple of weeks.

However, all these fear can be greatly overcome by taking coaching from the best IELTS center in Punjab. In general human mentality is like that they are afraid of unknown and comfortable with familiar.

Tuesday, 8 November 2016

Top questions about IELTS exam

• To what level you need English to take IELTS?
IELTS examinations itself set a level at the intermediate level and above. It can provide the result from beginner to very advanced level.
• How many times you can sit for the exam?
There is no limit for this examination. You can sit for IELTS for any number of times.

• Where is IELTS available?
There are approximately more than 250 approved centres over many countries. You can consult with the best IELTS centre in India to get up- to-date knowledge about the exam.

• Will you receive a certificate?
No, you will get a TRF (Test Report Form) from the centre in which your band score for each part will be given.

• How long the test score is valid?
The result of IELTS has a valid time of two years. But if you want it for more than two years then with TRF you need to show an evidence that you have maintained English throughout your studies or you have done the effective use of this language.

• For any university, what score you need to get?
This thing varies with the institution/university to which you are applying. Some will accept 5 bands but the minimum requirement is of 6.5 bands.

• How long time does it take for IELTS result?
You will get the result within two weeks of sitting the test and the result will be provided by that centre where you sat for the test.

• If you have given good result in one part and not in other then do you need to give the whole test again?
Yes, you need to sit in all the four modules every time you sit for the exam.

• Do you need to study from English school to give IELTS?
No, it is not mandatory. You must be familiar with the types of the questions and by taking training from the IELTS coaching centre, you can get help from your fellow mates.

• Is IELTS is available on PC?
Yes, a computerised version IELETS which is known as CBIELTS is available at some centre that includes listening and reading tests.

• At which age I will be able to sit for IELTS?
For under 16, the exam is not recommendable.