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  এই লখাটাত আম আার IELTS experience  সবার সাত লয়ার করত যাম। আম লয খব মবা সাইতর IELTS পম(!) া মক না। এই পরীাটা মত মতয় আম preparation এর অতনক খ ুনা মতখমা। আম IELTS নাক challenge টাতক য় করার ন লযসব পা অনসরন কতরমা লসগতাই এখাতন ত ধরার লেষা কতরম। হাারটা ভ আর টাইমপি মসতটইক এর ন া লেতয় মনম আতভাতই। াই খাইতয়ন না ী...          Listening:      I always followed the instructions given on the question. Whether it is asking me to write two/three words, and that is very important because if I write more words, then I would lose my marks.    Correct spelling of the word, right forms of the verb and tense… etc are very essential for this section.    Always there are some time (about 30 seconds or more) given before the starting of the section 1 and 2 and 3 and 4. Here I utilized the time (that was given between two sections) to read the questions before listening the tape. I used to underline the keywords of the question and then during listening to the tape, I used to be more conscious when I heard of these keywords.    It is essential to be aware of the content of the next question while listening to the answer of the current question. So, while I was listening to the answer of the current question, I was also conscious of hearing the information of the next question. Therefore it helped me to understand when the speaker is turning to the answer of the next question. Marker words or phrases like ”I’d like now to move on to…, One more thing… etc ” are also noticeable as they indicate the changes in the speaker’s inflection.      For listening section, there are some times before the starting of the section 1.I utilized that time to read as many questions I can. I used to read through the questions and mark the keywords. Then when section 1 starts in the audio I used to get back to that section and read the questions given in this part. I tried to understand what the question is actually expecting. What could be in the g ap… a noun / verb/ adjective etc.    It is comparatively much easier to score good in part 1. So, correct answer of all the questions in this part can ensure a good score.    Multiple choice questions were the most challenging tasks for me; here I used the tricks of reading all the answer choices before the starting of the tape. I tried to understand the topics of the talk while reading the questions, underlined the keywords of the question and the possible answer choices.    Time is the worst enemy in IELTS exam, so time should be utilized properly so that one can read all the questions before hearing the tape. In fact there are sufficient times  available in the IELTS to read all the questions. Coolness of mind and perseverance is very essential for listening section. Reading:      Skimming and scanning are the most essential techniques that are needed in the IELTS exam. I did not read the whole passage thoroughly. I just read the whole question, underlined the key words and then searched the passage for these keywords or their synonyms    For heading matching questions, I used to read all the given headings first, to get an idea of what the passage is about. Then, at first I read the first two lines of a paragraph and the last line. Most of the time I found the correct answer that matches with the given headings. If I found two headings that match with one paragraph, then I marked both of them and read the paragraph again; this time thoroughly, to find the actual match.    After reading the first and last sentences, I already got an overall idea of what the passage is about. Then I went back to the headings and crossed the unmatched ones first. This way I finally selected a single heading that matches most.    For true/false/Not given questions (where I always used to be confused!!) I used to ask myself whether it is exactly stated in the passage or not. If it is clearly stated in the passage then it would be true, if the exactly opposite information is given in the passage then it ’s false, and if nothing is clearly discussed about the question statement, then it’s not given. I was always careful about the words like never, sometimes, most of the etc.    If sometimes I failed to find the information given in the questions; instead of wasting my time in searching this information, I used to move to the next question. Because if I solve all the questions of the passage then I would have an overall idea of the passage and may be during solving the other questions I might find the answer of the one I did not answer earlier. Writing:    For writing task 1, I practiced the strategy of writing from Simons IELTS, IELTS buddy and dc IELTS. I practiced all the different types of graphs/tables/map etc. actually I tried to pick up the sentence pattern and useful vocabulary and linking words from these sources.    For writing task 2, I followed Simon’s IELTS  mostly, as I found it as a simpler one. Then dcielts. I followed the vocabulary on different common topics    And of co urse the pdf of “how to wr ite at a level 9 ”  by Ryan Higgins. And the classes of Rayhan vai.  ** I used to write down the essays that I read in these sites, as much as I can. During my practice, I tried to limit myself in the given time. That is 20 minutes for task 1 and 40 minutes for task 2. Speaking:    For speaking I mainly followed the speaking book of Rayhan vai.    I used to practice speaking for 2 minutes. (most of the time I couldn’t :P )      I practiced speaking on different topics whatever I like to speak on.    About mistake: making a mistake is not a curse actually, but mistake can be corrected while speaking. Materials that I used: 1. The books of Cambridge series 2. Classes of Rayhan Chowdhury in HSA. 3. Finally I practiced some tests from IELTS builder, practice plus 3, IELTS trainer. 4. I also bought the book of khan’s IELTS for writing section, but I did not use it because I did not feel comfortable with that style. ** পমরতত সবার ন শভকানা রইতা। আতরকটা কা... পমরার আত ভা কতর খাওয়া াওয়া কতর যাতবন, পারত একটা েকতটও লখতয় লনতবন।      
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