Are you having an IELTS test soon and looking for some quick tips and insights? Read on for six handy tips that I have come up with through the years as an IELTS trainer.\n\nFor more informaation click here - https://goo.gl/5JbHQN\n
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and looking for some quick tips
and insights? Read on for six handy
tips that I have come up with
through the years as an IELTS
You have 60 minutes to answer 40
questions. That means 90 seconds per
question, excluding reading time! So you
must not waste time on questions you
don’t see the answer to. Skip them, move
on and come back to them later.
Questions are usually in the same order
as the answers in the text. This means
the answer to question 1 will be earlier
in the text than the answer to question
2. Bear this in mind as you look for
The reading passages generally go
from easier to harder and so do the
questions. So don’t panic if you find
the later texts and questions more
difficult — they are supposed to be!
So, following on from tip 3, do the
earlier questions first to get easy
marks and gain confidence.
Because the questions usually paraphrase the
information in the text, you need to read for
meaning, not for exact wording. So don’t
make the mistake of just looking for the same
words in the question as in the text.
Some candidates find it better to read the
questions before the text; others prefer to read
the passage first then look at the questions.
Practise trying both ways and see which suits