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  • 01/03/2019

    Is Scoring a 6.5 or Higher on the IELTS Test possi

    IELTS Kottayam Kerala India

    This is a question most students ask when they are planning to start preparation for the IELTS. And sadly it is not often that they get a satisfying answer to the question because the answer is normally baseless and more intended to keep the spirits up. So it is invariably- “Of course! The IELTS is a really easy exam. Getting a 6.5 isn’t difficult!”
    That is so encouraging and at the same time so misleading. Of course getting a 6.5 is not impossible. In fact there are students who are able to scale the test and get scores as amazing as 8.0 and 8.5. But each test taker is different and can manage only what is his optimum efficiency in terms of a score. Do not be misled by the statistics and score records of others. Draw up an independent preparation schedule and work slowly towards achieving what is your best.
    The most important aspect of the IELTS test preparation plan is to understand the test pattern and know which version, the General Test or the Academic Test, is needed. Clearly the levels and styles of the two test versions are very different for the Reading and Writing sections and need to be well addressed in order to ensure a good score. Besides, the two versions serve different purposes for judging language proficiency. Individuals applying for immigration always need the General Test score while those applying for academic programs need to prove themselves on the Academic Test.
    The Listening section of the IELTS is fairly easy. Tracks run in parts and questions are asked in clusters of 3 to 5 based on the sequence in which the information is narrated. The portion of the track played is short and it might not really be necessary to jot down points while listening. In fact, jotting down points diverts attention from the track. The better strategy is to practice retaining the information narrated. A sharp memory is an

  • 01/03/2019


    IELTS Kottayam Kerala India

    1. Study vocabulary

    English learners are taught to put words into the proper context as much as possible. You can learn to do this by reading frequently. The more words you are exposed to, the better your vocabulary will be. As you read, pay close attention to words you do not know and underline or highlight them with a marker.   You should try to figure out their meanings from the supporting context. After this, look the words up in the dictionary. Read and listen to challenging materials like the English language news so that you will be exposed to many new words. Once you have learned the new word, practice using it.
    Using new words frequently will help you to learn to speak English fluently. Research shows that it takes from 10 to 20 repetitions to make a word part of your daily speech.
    ✓ Record expressions that can be used in a variety of academic contexts.
    ✓ Record phrases (rather than individual words)
    ✓ Use a good monolingual dictionary to check proper word arrangement
    ✓ Avoid spending too much learning highly specialized words
    ✓ Record useful expressions related to these topics
    ✓ Practice talking and writing about them in English
    ✓ Use newspapers, magazines and news websites to learn more
    2.Read, read and read
    You need to have a credible English-English dictionary and work out the meanings of new words, making sure that you do not translate back to your language.
    ✓ Skim and scan to form a general picture of a text quickly
    ✓ Make sure you know exactly what’s required for each task
    ✓ Check all instructions carefully
    ✓ Use the work for further clues about the content and organization of the text
    ✓ Remember the key vocabulary may be explained for you in the text
    ✓ Don’t use a dictionary until you&rsq

  • 01/03/2019

    How to Speak English Well: 10 Simple Tips to Extra

    How to Speak English Well: 10 Simple Tips to Extraordinary Fluency ?? IELTS Kottayam Kerala India

    1. Accept That English Is a Weird Language
      Sometimes you can find patterns in English grammar, but other times English doesn’t make sense at all. For example, why are “read” (reed) and “read” (red) the same word, but pronounced differently depending on whether you’re speaking in the past or present tense? Or why is “mice” the plural of “mouse”, but “houses” is the plural of “house”?
      Unfortunately, there are just as many exceptions as there are rules in English. It’s easy to get stuck on learning how to speak English properly, if you try to find a reason for everything.  Sometimes English is weird and unexplainable, so instead the best thing to do is just memorize the strange exceptions and move on. – IELTS Kottayam Kerala India
    2. Dive into the Deep End
      Studying English for an hour once a week isn’t usually enough to make any real progress. The best way to quickly improve your English is to spend at least a few minutes practicing every day. Immerse yourself as much as possible every time you study, and challenge yourself to listen to, read, and even say things in English that you think might be too difficult for you. If you want to speak English fluently, you need to make it an essential part of your everyday life. – IELTS Kottayam Kerala India
    3. Stop Being a Student
      The right attitude can make the difference between failure and success. Stop thinking of yourself as someone who is learning English, and start thinking of yourself as someone

  • 01/03/2019

    IELTS Reading Tips

    IELTS Kottayam Kerala India

    1. Don’t expect to understand every word

    Many of my students have been taught to look up every word in a dictionary they don’t understand in a dictionary. The theory behind this is good, a wide vocabulary is key to getting a good score in the IELTS test, but worrying about all the words you don’t understand in the reading exam is one of the worst things you can do.

    If you don’t understand a word in the reading test there are two things you can do. You can look at the words and sentences around it for clues as to its meaning or you can move on and forget about it. You don’t have to understand the meaning of every word. Even native speakers- and many IELTS teachers- would not be able to understand all the words in the reading test.

    Candidates who worry about the meaning of every word, panic and spend too much time thinking about words that might not be related to the question. Focus on the words that are related to the question and don’t worry about the words you don’t understand. – IELTS Kottayam Kerala India

    1. Practice your reading skills NOT your IELTS skills

    It is important to familiarise yourself with the IELTS reading test, IELTS reading tips and gain an understanding of the various questions. It is also important to learn from your mistakes (see below). However, students who just practice IELTS exams are missing out on a good opportunity to improve their general reading skills.

    IELTS reading texts can be a little boring and you are more likely to read regularly if you read about something you are interested in. Reading for pleasure a little every day will not only improve your English skills but also improve your vocabulary. There are thousands of blog

  • 01/03/2019

    Why choose OET ?

    Healthcare professionals –
    Do you need to take an English test to work or study in healthcare in the UK,  Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Ukraine, Dubai, Singapore or Namibia? 
    Then OET is the test for you!
    By taking OET you will prove you have the right level of English plus you’ll be learning the kind of language you will need every day at work.
    And, that’s not all – healthcare professionals choose OET because:
    • OET uses real healthcare scenarios so you’ll feel more confident on test day.
    • OET is widely recognised as proof of English proficiency for registration, study and work in the healthcare sector, as well as for visas in some countries.
    • OET helps you develop language skills for success in your career – see stories about people like you.
    • It’s easy to prepare for the test using the OET Preparation Portal – check it out now! –
    Apply for OET today. OET Kottayam Kerala India

    Fill our quick forum and We will conatct you – Royal Education Group

  • 01/03/2019

    best 8 OET tips to read before exam

    The Occupational English Test includes four sub-tests, each verifying different linguistic abilities related to the healthcare field. The Writing sub-test will obviously test writing skills, being specific for each professional (medicine, physiotherapy, nursing, etc.). Most commonly, you will be required to write a referral letter, following the task instructions and using the given case notes. In order to be better prepared for this particular sub-test, we have gathered a number of useful OET referral writing tips.

    1 Use the reading time accordingly

    At the beginning of the OET Writing sub-test, you will be given five minutes as reading time. Use it wisely and go through the task instructions, paying attention to essential details. In there, you should find out to whom you are writing and why; based on this information, it will be easier to select the case notes that are relevant to the reader. Small bits of information can change the way you write the letter; for example, it matters a lot if the medical professional is familiar with the patient or not. –

    2 Organize the case notes in a structured manner

    The first and most important thing to remember is that case notes should be organized in neat paragraphs. This will help you achieve a clear structure for the letter, with all relevant information being included. Your letter should follow this structure: introductory sentence, main and secondary issue, any other details and the request. The issues can be medical or social, additional details can refer to medication and the request is clearly for referral (to a specific medical professional). – OET Kottayam Kerala India

    3 Include at leat one of the followingpoints or both for a positive impact

    • main medical issue (diagnosis / surgery)
    • request/purpose in the introductory sentence

  • 01/03/2019

    OET Speaking Tips , OET Kottayam

    OET Kottayam

    OET Speaking Tips 1 – Start the conversation ,OET Kottayam

    A lot of candidates make the mistake of thinking that the OET speaking sub-test is an examination and not a medical situation. As such they wait for the OET person (the patient) to do the talking. Imagine that you are in a professional setting and you are the nurse, doctor or dentist. You are in control. The OET person is the patient – not the OET person.

    As such, it’s up to you to start the conversation.

    Here’s an OET sample for nurses:

    “Hello, my name is Jane and I’m the community nurse. Can I start with your name?”

    Don’t sit there and make the patient start the conversation. It’s up to you.

    OET Speaking Tips-Sample image

    OET Speaking Tips 2 – Keep the conversation moving , OET Kottayam

    It’s also up to you to maintain the conversation. If the conversation stops and silence happens you need to bring it back to life.

    Here’s a sample:

    “So, please tell me a little bit more about your situation.”


    “Is there anything that you would like to add?”

    OET Speaking Tips 3 – Ask questions to get the patient to talkOET Kottayam

    If the patient is reluctant to speak, you will need to ask questions that force him to speak.

    Consider the following two questions. Which one will get the conversation moving?

    Do you feel sore?
    Can you describe the pain to me?
    Question A would give you a Yes or a NO answer.

    You need to think of questions that will get the patient to talk – to open up and tell you

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