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The IELTS speaking questions often repeat and hence it is a good idea to go through the question papers of recent IELTS tests. This will help you get a basic idea about the kind of questions asked. And if you are lucky you might be asked the same set of questions. You can find sample answers for speaking questions at many websites. However, while preparing for the test don't memorise long answers. Remember that the examiners are trained to distinguish learned answers from spontaneous ones. If they suspect that you are saying answers that have been memorized, you will not get any marks. No righ
Speaking is a significant module of IELTS exam where you have a face to face conversation with the examiner. It is basically a test to judge your English conversational skills. How better you understand the question and answer them accordingly is the crux for the efforts put into speaking and language structure. This might turn out to be tough for non-native speakers who have less experience conversing in the language different from their native language.
You may come across many tips online about how to study for your Praxis exam, however not much guidance is given on what you should keep in mind on the test day. No matter how hard you studied, in the end it's how you perform during the Praxis test itself that will decide if you are going to pass this teacher's certification test or not.
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.
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So you're preparing for the IELTS? Here are the most useful tips which can help you get a good score: