IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System. This is a test (IELTS Preparation) to understand your listening, reading, writing, and speaking skills in the English language.
English is considered a leading global language; so, it’s easy to communicate, learn and serve anyone through a single language that can be understood anywhere in the world. The IELTS Preparation is a parameter to understand how proficient you are in English.
There is a list of the formats used in the IELTS for all the modules – Listening, reading, writing, and speaking. Formats of all the modules are a little different by using several recordings, themes, etc.
Apprentices must listen to 4 recordings and answer the questions. It’s like a comprehension test, where you can listen to recordings only a single time. Recordings are conversations and monologues on real-life issues, daily life discussions, event discussions, or even a lecture on something or some event.
You have to go through recordings 1, 2,3, & 4 for dialogue, monologue, conversation, and monologue,respectively.
There will be three sections in the reading module. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd for factual short texts and complex long texts respectively.
There will be 2 to 3 real-life factual texts in the 1St section based on native English people’s daily life, and business advertisements, especially from hospitality industries, to test the level of understanding of the native English etiquette of an apprentice.
Real-life workplace issues and pressures will be the 2 factual short texts in the 2nd section of the reading module. A little more complex and longer factual texts on real-life discussions and conversations or advertisements will come in the 3rd section.
Apprentices should be attentive to words and synonyms they are listening to in tests and build a reputation as an active person. You must be well up on alphabets, especially vowels and their pronunciations; also a few consonants such as C, W, silent letters, etc.
When it’s time to answer on paper after listening to any recording provided in your listening test, you must complete that within 10 minutes. It’ll be helpful to relate and find out answers if you read all the questions attentively before starting listening to the recording.
Start with easy to answer questions; also finish all of them where you don’t have any confusion. Move on from those questions where you’ve to invest a little more time to think. Don’t waste time struggling, but try to attempt them after solving all known questions.
It is highly recommended to listen attentively to all the sections and then start answering; otherwise, you may miss any important information between listening and writing at the same time.
All the students are highly recommended, not to apply any imaginary answer by assuming some conclusion but just go through the recordings to answer the listening module and read carefully to find out correct answers from given factual texts.
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