You all are preparing for your IELTS exam, right? Good luck! Well, things are not going to be easy. You too can score 8.5 in your IELTS exam but you have to prepare well for your exam. I’m more than happy to share how I managed to get 8.5 bands in my IELTS exam. I was born in Chandigarh. So, my mother tongue is Punjabi. I’m also good at Hindi. However, my English is as good as my mother tongue. And I proved it by scoring well in the IELTS exam. My overall IELTS score was 8.5 bands with a remarkable score of 9 bands in listening section. It made me really happy. Most importantly, it is necessary that you keep yourself calm and focused. I want to share some useful tips that can help you get a good IELTS score as well.
I personally feel that the listening section is very competitive but also high-scoring. If you pay attention and listen carefully, there is a good chance that you will be able to score 9 bands in this section. If you are focused, I believe that this score is achievable. And if you are really dedicated, you will be able to achieve this score.
Since I got a very good score of 9, the best advice I can give you is to fully stick to the conversation and make sure you avoid using the erasers while the test is still in progress. This helped me a lot and I was able to get a very good score. This is my secret and you should try it too. You will be happy with the results.
Well, most of the folks think that reading part is the toughest to score. But you can score really well in the reading section. I managed to score an 8 in IELTS reading section. One of the most important tips during the reading section is looking for synonyms instead of exact words. Also what I did was I would transfer answers to my answer sheet at the end of the passage.
This can help you avoid shortage of time. I also answered paragraph summary questions while I was reading it. This also saved me a lot of time.
I got a 7.5 in IELTS writing section and I personally feel that I could have done a lot better. I made a mistake of finishing my essay too early and hence the score. The best advice I can give you is to take your time while writing the longer essay. Besides, my secret is not writing long passages.
After I finished my essay, I reviewed it thoroughly. What you can do is try to replace the common words with the fancier ones. This will surely help impress the examiner. This really helped me get a good score during my IELTS score.
To be very honest, the speaking section didn’t go as good as I expected. But I still managed to score an 8. I also made a mistake of writing down notes on my question card. You should avoid non-lexical fillers like “umm”, “uggh” etc. because they just do not create a very good impression at all.
I avoided all these things and that helped me get a better score. I also included quotes and idioms in my two-minute speech. Using them in your introduction would definitely impress the examiner.
It’s another most important tip which I think helped me a lot. I stayed calm, focused, and concentrated before and after the exam. It’s okay to be nervous but don’t get carried away. Clear all your thoughts and trust the process. Everything is going to be fine. It is important that you read the instructions carefully and do not miss any important instruction.
It is possible to miss a thing or two when you are under pressure. Therefore, to avoid such a situation, you should learn to stay calm and focused during the time of exam. Do not panic and keep your thoughts clear. That is the best thing I can say to you if you are looking to do better in your exams.
So, that is it. These are some basic tips that I followed during my IELTS exam and trust me, they helped me a lot. If you can follow these tips, you can get a very good score in your exams as well. At Kunal Bansal Chandigarh IELTS Institute, there are many candidates who have followed these tips and they have managed to get a very good score in their exams. We can assure you that you will thrive when you enroll with Kunal Bansal Chandigarh IELTS Institute.