Effective preparation is key to a good IELTS score. But most of us have busy lives, so finding enough time for this can be hard. Here are some tips to help make sure you organise your time sufficiently well to achieve the strong IELTS result you need:
What’s the best way to prepare for IELTS? In a word: practice!!
But we’re not talking about test practice – We’re talking about English practice. Sure, test practice is good – but it’s not actually useful until you’re getting close to your test date.
What you do need to do is practise your English! You really need to give yourself lots of general and wide practice of listening, reading, speaking and writing.
Does IELTS make you anxious? If so, it’s OK and you aren’t the only one. IELTS is a very important test, so it’s normal for you to be feeling anxious or stressed. However, in order to do your best you need to manage your anxiety. If you don’t, it can negatively affect your performance and therefore your IELTS result. To help you manage your anxiety it’s a good idea to ask yourself two questions: