How to Pass IELTS Exam in Nigeria with a High Score Easily

1. Work on your English Language Strength

Score 8 in IELTS Listening, 8 in IELTS Reading, 8 in IELTS Writing, and also 8 in IELTS Speaking, and you’re free to fly to any English-speaking country as a bird. By being free to fly, I mean, your CRS point will be on the advantageous side, because for instance, not all the relocation routes to Canada require such high IELTS scores.

But the big question is, how do you pass IELTS with band 8?

Answer: Start improving your English language strengths, and that can be achieved by simply using your English every day.

You see, I have discovered that we get better (daily and as time goes on) doing the same thing only if you have the INTEREST at heart.

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What you want to do is read, speak, listen and write in English as often as you can. Because the more words you are exposed to, the better your vocabulary & English Language Strength will improve.

This may sound weird, but truth is, you can hack the process by listening to English podcasts/podcasters, radio, television, and film. And of course, accents from the Americans, Australians, British, and Canadians will bring in the most desired results.

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2. Take Pre-Test

Practice the test using free IELTS test sample questions you can get hold of.

I remember always using past questions to pre-examine myself – to see my preparation strengths. I do think this is what you want to do as well.

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And please note, this is not a criterion for judging your 8 Band score attainment, but rather to weigh your area of strengths and weaknesses. For instance, you can score 6, 7, 6, but 4 in Reading. Such a score line signifies a need to read and study more on “READING”.

3. Familiarize with the Test Format

It is important you get to know the basics of the test to know what to expect on D-day.

As we know, there are two versions of IELTS – IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training. The Listening and the Speaking components are the same for both tests but the Reading and the Writing components are different.

The IELTS test format is broken down into four categories: speaking, writing, listening, and reading. There are two versions of the exam, tailored for either academic or general training. The total exam time is 2 hours and 45 minutes.

And lastly, to boost your confidence, get to know all the Dos and Don’ts for Candidates for proper guidance – a factor that beats wrong info and rumors from hearsays.

With these 3 IELTS preparation steps, you can hack your way to a positive score in the IELTS exam.

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