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Experts always advise IELTS applicants or the examinees to first undergo a bit of practice on all four modules. Yes, it is essential that mastery shall be gained over reading skills, writing skills, listening or speaking skills. If you claim yourself to be a perfect English language user then you will really have to give a proof of it. When you are applying in a foreign university for the purpose of your graduate or postgraduate studies (or even for masters or any degree) then you need to first prove that you are well versed in English language usage and you have no difficulty in expressing or understanding yourself or others in time of need.

How shall you practice?

Well, this is going to be one of the interesting questions. Here, we are going to talk of what you shall do when you are about to take this international English language exam and what shall be your way of carrying on with your practice. First, keep this thing in your mind that you will have to practice on all the modules of the exam. If you miss one then you may not be able to get your desired score in that. So, you need to be very proficient in all the modules. First, begin with practice on reading. Yes, you need to improve your skills in reading and this you can do by constantly reading anything that which comes in front of your eyes.

You can just simply work on previous exam papers as well. In fact, this will help you to a greater extent. You can have the chance to know of how the questions can be and what can be the level of difficulty etc. After the improvement in your reading skills, your second step should be to improve your writing skills. Yes, for this purpose you need to extend your vocabulary.

Refer dictionaries like Roget’s Thesaurus, Oxford or Cambridge etc when you find anything new. When you read or listen to anything and you do not understand then making use of the dictionaries can really help you. This will help you in increasing your word power as well. Keep synonyms, antonyms etc in your brain and use them as and when required. Work on some sample topics as well which often get asked in real test papers. Get them crosschecked by experienced ELT. You can have the chance to improve more and more when you come to know of what you are lacking in. Refer grammar books too so that you can structure your essay grammatically. After these reading and writing practice, you can move onto improving your listening and speaking skills. Yes, you can listen to audios which teach you Australian, UK or US pronunciation.

You can watch television, or listen to radio to know more about the differences in pronunciation. If once, your ears are familiar to different types of pronunciation then you will face no difficulty in real listening test. Taking some sample tests in listening prior to real tests is always recommended. Similarly, work on your speaking skills too so that you do not find difficulty in speaking in front of the panel of the examinees.

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