Wednesday, 22nd January 2020

Pros And Cons Of Computer-Delivered IELTS (Reading Test)

Many IELTS test-takers choose to do Computer-Delivered IELTS. In my previous post, I mentioned the pros and cons of doing the Writing component on a computer, but what about the pros and cons of doing the Reading component on a computer?

Pros – The passage is on the left side and the questions are on the right side so it is really easy and convenient to read and answer the questions – The font size can be increased to make it easier for you to read – You can highlight any part of the text to make words and sentences… Continue reading…

Saturday, 30th September 2017

3 Great Tips For IELTS Reading

Here are 3 great tips for achieving success in IELTS Reading:

1. Do not spend more than 20 minutes on each passage. The last passage is usually the most difficult so save enough time for it. 2. At the beginning, read the title, any headings, the first paragraph and the topic sentences of each paragraph to get an idea about the passage and to have some understanding of where information is likely to be. After this, start the questions. Do not read the whole passage as there is not enough time. 3. True/False/Not Given and Yes/No questions are the most… Continue reading…