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The IELTS exam is the most widely used English test in the world. It is used as an admission test for schools, colleges and universities as well as a screening test for job applications and immigration. It comprises of Four papers: Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing. This article will focus on Part 2 of the Academic Writing Paper.
Sitting for the Praxis exam can be tough, especially when the test just won't cut you any slack. The Praxis exams were just designed to make things difficult for you, but do realize this is only because they want the cream of the crop to educate America's future generation!
There are many English language tests in the market and it can be difficult to decide which test is right for you. This article gives you a quick guide to the main English language tests available, what they are mainly used for, and how they are scored.
If you’re applying to an undergraduate program in the U.S., you will probably have to submit scores for both the TOEFL and the SAT (or ACT). However, in some cases the only required test will either be the TOEFL or the SAT. The score and exam required changes from each institution. A good SAT English score will often override the requirement of submitting a TOEFL score, since you’ve proven that you’re able to communicate proficiently in English. The SAT has three sections: verbal, math, and writing. Each section is worth 800 points, for a total of 2400 possible points. The TOEFL test
A lot of questions comes you mind when starting to practice for the IELTS exam, especially how to practice for it. I guess it's a valid worry inside you as the IELTS exam is often believed to be the hardest English skill test. But it's also often necessary in order to go overseas to study.
A prominent newspaper columnist who writes about the IELTS Examination and answers readers' questions about it recently responded to a query from a Thai student who asked how he could boost his IELTS band score in a hurry.