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  • RE: IELTS requirement UBC

    @rajesh-mehra

    Hi Rajesh,
    The University of British Columbia creates an exceptional learning environment that fosters global citizenship, advances a civil and sustainable society, and supports outstanding research. The IELTS range required to enter this prestigious university is 6.5.

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  • RE: Google Word Coach for IELTS

    Hey Charlotte!

    If you are wondering why you should use this tool and how it is going to help you, read these points:

    1. Firstly, the Google word coach app is an interactive way to improve your English vocabulary.
    2. This tool is available for free and is good learning material for tests like IELTS and TOEFL.
    3. Building your vocabulary can immensely increase your chances to crack the English Proficiency tests.
    4. Last but not least, the quiz is accessible anywhere and anytime. You do not even need a computer to access it. You can access this tool on any android smartphone.

    Read about all these points in detail here: Google Word Coach – Your IELTS/TOEFL study guide

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  • RE: IELTS Exam Preparation

    Hey Rahul!

    Firstly, you need to take some time to learn all there is to know about this exam. Next, you need to attempt some practice questions to know where your English proficiency stands. You can also record yourself attempting a practice speaking test. It is also a good idea to try out some online IELTS training. Most importantly, it would be best to read about the fundamentals of basic and advanced English grammar. Moreover, it would also do you good to develop an academic word list that can help you improve your vocabulary. Last but not least, remember to stay positive and motivated.

    If you want to know more about IELTS exam, then read: How to Prepare for IELTS Exam | 5 expert tips

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  • RE: IELTS General

    @manas-goyal

    Hey Manas,
    The IELTS General Training Test is the perfect way to score high on your English language tests. It's also great for anyone who needs work experience or other employment training in order to study below degree level and can take it as their sole means of getting certified!

    IELTS General measures your proficiency in the English language proficiency in an everyday, practical context. The exam's four sections are listening, reading, and writing, which takes place on one day. The speaking test can be taken up to a week before or after your scheduled date for that particular section depending upon how you want it organized with respect to the availability of slots available online, booking them through the official website if required.

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  • RE: Process

    @arsimran4
    Hi,
    You will receive all the information regarding your IELTS prep via email. Therefore, keep a check on your inbox for the same!

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  • RE: Difference between IELTS and TOEFL

    Following are the differences between IELTS and TOEFL:

    1. While TOEFL is ONLY computer-based, IELTS is both paper and computer-based. So if you’re more comfortable taking an exam on paper, you can choose IELTS.
    2. The speaking section for these two exams is so different. In IELTS, you have to appear for a personal interview. This isn’t the case in TOEFL, where you can speak to the computer during your online test itself.
    3. They take TOEFL in standard American English. So if you’ve grown up watching English movies and binge-watch sitcoms even today, TOEFL might be for you.
    4. The essay they expect you to write in the TOEFL writing section is lengthier. It also demands a fast typing speed. On the other hand, if you type slow but have legible handwriting, you can go for TOEFL.
      In IELTS, you have to give short answers, which is not the case in TOEFL. TOEFL requires you to attempt MCQ-type questions.
    5. The reading passages in TOEFL are also used to inform rather than entertain. This means that if you like reading non-fiction, news, etc., you will find this exam easier to attempt.

    If you want to have a more comprehensive idea about the differences between TOEFL and IELTS, then read this blog: TOEFL vs. IELTS

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  • RE: IELTS- band 8 tips

    @natasha-rao
    You can get a band 8 in IELTS by working on your weaknesses and playing on your strengths. For this, take a mock test, figure out your strong and weak areas. Make a plan accordingly.
    You can follow these tips to score well in IELTS:

    1. Work on your vocabulary
    2. Don't make any assumptions
    3. For writing section part 1, Begin the first paragraph by paraphrasing the information given in the question.
      Paragraph 2 should consist of the data you can gather from the graph, table, etc. Describe the information that is
      relevant to the issue.
      Conclude the task by stating your opinion as per the given diagram in the third paragraph.
    4. For writing Part 2, write an introduction, at least two paragraphs explaining the topic or the data, and a conclusion.

    You can read all about scoring well in IELTS here: Tips to score well in IELTS

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