Do you know there are three solutions to say what is your mind in front of the examiner?
So you can respond with a clear strong coherent answer that makes the examiner sit up and pay attention.
Strong answers that show the examiner your true ability, and get the score you honestly deserve.
The ability to give a full presentation, and express clearly what is in your mind, using ALL the vocabulary you know, not just 10%!
The skill to deliver smooth confident, automatic answers, that are easy to understand and not simplified.
And best of all, when you start preparing like this, you won’t need to spend a lot of money with a tutor, and you’ll finally be certain that you’re learning the right way.
Before I share these three techniques I’d like you to know why so many IELTS students take test after test after test…
Why don’t they say what is in their mind?
Why do they speak at Band 7 or higher with friends, and then talk at Band 6 in the exam?
Why do students get nervous and show the examiner 30% of their actual ability?
Why do so many students fail -pause- to show their true ability?
What stops them from speaking automatically and clearly?
The answer to these IELTS questions is:
how they prepare
You see normal exam preparation might just focus on learning lists of useful vocabulary or idiomatic expressions but unless you actually start using them it then it’s near useless for you.
A lot of students watch videos about useful words and phrases -but get very little opportunity to put it into practice.
They watch lots of movies and read books and Ted Talks etc
Or worse, they take test after test after test….
So what are the three solutions to say what is in my mind on exam day?
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