Planning to study abroad? Then it is worth noting that most graduate programs abroad require students to take language proficiency tests like IELTS. Scoring well in this exam will open gates for international students. Many educational institutions in abroad recognise the international English Language Testing System (IELTS) certificate as an evidence of proficiency in English.
IELTS Essay writing is not as easy as it seems to be. A good essay writing requires good vocabulary, relevant points to the topic, innovation, a definite structure and clarity of thoughts. Some golden rules will help you to write an essay that could be exceptional. 1. Stick to the Topic The primary rule of
Computer delivered IELTS Exam has now been introduced, to make it much convenient for the students to take IELTS exam according to their preferred time slot. Now let’s look at some basic features of the test. Of courses the level of difficulty is same for both Pen and Paper and computer-delivered tests. Let’s weigh some
IELTS is a language proficiency test which is required, to get admission in English Speaking countries for higher studies or Permanent Residency. It is not about Academic or General Training being difficult or easy, the requirement for studies and getting a PR requires either Academic or General Training tests. For you Permanent Residency you require
IELTS Reading Module is not as difficult as it is perceived by many people. There are certain basic strategies which can be followed to facilitate ones’ reading skills. In IELTS Academic a student will be reading three passages of 700-900 words in length. The passages have been taken from journals, magazines or research papers in
Masterprep, one of the leading institutes for various language proficiency exams like IELTS, TOEFL and PTE now also offers coaching for CELPIP exam at various centers in Chandigarh, Mohali and other cities across Punjab. At Masterprep we always strive to enhance a candidates learning process and our students have benefited from over decades of educational
Task 2 Talking about a Past Experience CELPIP speaking task 2, is about describing a situation or some happening in one’s personal life. At Masterprep the trainers guide the candidates the correct usage of descriptive adjectives, adverbs and gerunds to assist the students, to get a good score in CELPIP speaking. Task 2, of the
Task -1 in CELPIP speaking is about giving advice to someone, and there are different ways you can advise other people. Task 1 of the speaking module, assesses candidates ability to advice someone, may be a friend, a sibling, a colleague or a neighbor, about what to do in a fairly common situation, where someone
The following steps should be kept in mind for writing an effective email. A. Use a professional email address B. Stick to professional font. • Write your email in a legible font size, such as 12 point type. • Avoid special styles like italics, highlighting or multicolored fonts • Do not use all caps. C.
The speaking test measures functional speaking proficiency in English. There are eight tasks in the speaking section. In each section, a candidate will be able to read a small prompt on the screen, and then record his response using the headset microphone. There are two timers for each speaking prompt. The first one shows the