for those who passed their ielts

  1. hey guys any one here who wants to share their experience on taking the ielts bacause i'm having mine on the 28th of this month and i'm little nervous and so that i will know what to do in case something happens.. thank you so much..
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  3. by   lawrence01
    Quote from dyan_gorgeous RN
    hey guys any one here who wants to share their experience on taking the ielts bacause i'm having mine on the 28th of this month and i'm little nervous and so that i will know what to do in case something happens.. thank you so much..
    Goodluck Dyan. The listening and reading sections are usually the easiest. Just continue doing practice tests.

    For the writing section. Just keep it simple esp. if you are not sure what term to use but do avoid repeating terms you have used already and use a synonym instead.

    For the speaking section, try to relax and converse as naturally as you can w/ the one doing the speaking section. There are no wrong or right answer.

    I'm sure there will be more posters to share their experience and advice.

    Goodluck. :wink2:
  4. by   yeljet
    I had my IELTS in London, I was expecting a modern equipment for the Listening part but it turned out to be an old sound system. I was a little bit far from the machine and I could barely hear the audio.

    Hope you won't get that problem. Good luck.
  5. by   lawrence01
    In the Phil, the listening, reading and writing part is done in a hotel and w/ relatively good audio where ever you seat. They also assign a seating place alphabetically so the applicants dont have a choice.
  6. by   BurstPurse
    What is the required score for Nurses?
  7. by   lawrence01
    If its to be used for the Visa Screen you may go to CGFN's website and see the Visa Screen application handbook.
    Last edit by lawrence01 on Sep 23, '06
  8. by   nursedandy
    Quote from BurstPurse
    What is the required score for Nurses?
    Academic module Over all band 6.5 and Speaking 7.0:wink2:
  9. by   khirbz
    hey i'm also taking my ielts this coming 28. I'm also having a hard time in speaking. But i'm still practicing my speaking skills. Let's hope and pray that we will pass. Goodluck to you and me.
  10. by   batibot
    just make sure during speaking, speak slowly, very articulate and understandable. i did not undergo any review programs but i passed IELTS, i did not even practice my writing skills but i get a high score band, so just relax and believe to yourself. i guess no one fails in this english exam as long as you know how to understand english. goodluck
  11. by   mahoogie
    Focus on the speaking part especially when you're not articulate or not used to speak English on everyday basis...Try to speak English everyday as much as you can and it would help if you would rehearse yourself answering questions especially the complicated questions, however, just be natural during the interview, dont sound as if you had memorized your answers, you would be given a lower credit for that..

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