The test is divided into four sections - Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking.Here are some pointers and resources to help you get on your way to score well for the test.
1. Find something interesting to read and listen to, then practice speaking and writing about it:
Listen to Podcasts, recorded lectures – check the website of your favorite university. Go to news websites such as ndtv.com, ibnlive.com, timesofindia.com. Read up on your favorite subjects on popular websites such as wikipedia.org. Tell a friend or family member about what you learned.
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2 Work with a speaking partner:
The more opportunity you have to speak English, the more proficient you will become with the language.
3.Take on the role of a great journalist:
Take good notes and use them to make summaries.
4.Make vocabulary flash cards and pretend you are a contestant on a vocabulary quiz show:
Carry the vocabulary flash cards with you often. Try to learn as many words of English every day and frame sentences from those words to improve your vocabulary.
5. Reading Tips
Practice summarizing and paraphrasing texts. Use charts and outlines to organize the ideas in a text. Practice speed reading techniques. Practice reading (and answering questions) on a computer screen. Expand your vocabulary with daily-use of vocabulary cards.
6. Listening Tips
Listen for basic information – did you comprehend the main idea, major points and important details?
isten for “pragmatic” understanding - Can you recognize a speaker’s attitude? What is the purpose of the speech?
Listen for connecting and synthesizing - Can you understand the relationship between ideas? Compare and contrast. Determine the cause and effect.
7. Speaking Tips
Read aloud a short article from a newspaper, campus newspaper, magazine, textbook or the Internet. Write down 2 – 3 questions about the article.
With a speaking partner - Answer the questions. Outline the main points of the article. Give a one-minute oral summary of the article. Express your opinion about it. If there is a problem discussed, give the solution.
8. Writing Tips
Find a writing buddy who can give you feedback. Read an article and find listening material on the same topic. Write a summary of the article.
Combine all your skills!
Find listening and reading materials on the same topic from the library or Internet (e.g., news websites such as ndtv.com). Take notes or create outlines on each. Give a one-minute oral summary of each.
Explain how the two relate in a short written response (150 – 225 words). Take notes or create outlines on each. Give a one-minute speech about the same.
Use free resources: www.TOEFLGoAnywhere.org, download TOEFL iBT Tipswatch video clips highlighting study practices, download sample questions, join communities on SMS GupShup for free updates.
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Most four - year colleges require that all applicants , domestic and international alike , take the SAT or ACT. If English isn't your first language , then you will likely also have to take TOEFL to apply to college. Most colleges will equally accept IELTS or PTE too. The TOEFL is most popular option.
But if you score highly enough on the verbal section of the SAT or ACT , then you might not have to take the TOEFL.
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you can register for IELTS exam in the following way:
1. you can register online and pay the fees by credit card (Log on to www.ieltsidpindia.com and Select the option
"Register for IELTS"
and fill the necessary information).
2. register in person at idp branch and pay the fees there. identical to the first option.
3. register by courier and pay test fee by demand draft.
you can register for TOEFL exam by online means and or by email or by phone. you can also register in person at a toefl resource center. you will be basically required to visit and create an online profile and then pay the exam fees.
Giving either of them is ok actually. And for preparations then if you plan to shift in 2021 try to give the exam in around November 2020 if possible and to start it's preparations, as per me it's a 3 months regular studies required to crack the same. So you can start in around July/August to be well prepared to give the exam.
Either the IELTS or the TOEFL is required as part of your application to an English-speaking university and will demonstrate if you will be able to understand the course material.
The IELTS and TOEFL exams are two of the most accepted English proficiency exams around the world. However, both of these tests are different in their structure, approach, and teaching criteria. This means that you need to understand how the two differ before selecting which test to study for and ultimately take.
All the foreign Universities offer a scholarship which is on the basis of meriat and need basis . You should try to look for it and inform the competent authority about it . They would help you in every way . They also offers 100 % scholarship to merit and need basis students.
This would help you to study abroad.
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