simplewarrior wrote: »
Kelangan ba talagang mag enrol sa review center to pass IELTS? I took TOEFL but I did self-review. May packet (CD+review booklet) na binigay at yon lang binasa ko. Pano ba ang IELTS? Nag-expire kasi ang TOEFL ko, hinihintay ko nalang mag reply ang CGFNS kung tatanggapin pa nila yon considering na nag-aaral naman ako sa US for the past 2 years. If not, mag-exam uli ako. I am thinking if IELTS or TOEFL ba kukunin ko.
For me, madali lang ang TOEFL basta focus ka lang during sa exam.
jay08 wrote: »
is British Council an office here or website? for a nurse who is planning to immigrate should take the GT, right?
mark_chiz wrote: »
tuloy pa rin pa rin promo ng niners?
dikonaalam wrote: »
^wag ka mag-alala 733, mahalaga may alam ka sa English at may test-taking strategies ka.
Yung friend ko, sa Niners din nag-review. May 9.0 nga siya. ehehe.
733 wrote: »
Yup kaya sa Niners ako magreview sana makakuha din ako ng mataas na score sa lahat ng concept. :bashful: Sana makapasa talaga ako sa IELTS. *okay* Nahihiya tuloy ako. :depressed:
bybyby wrote: »
Bakit ka naman mahihiya? Do you have an IELTS-like subject during college?
bybyby wrote: »
Bring back your confidence, you'll really need that. I had a one month full review at Niner for their unlimited review package. I also attended Sir Ervin's final coaching. It helped me a lot. I reckon english is an innate ability, you cannot learn perfect english in a snap.
During my examination...
Listening - I thought it went well. I accepted the fact that I cannot score perfectly for any of the subtest because during exercises and practices, my highest would be 37-38/40. During the actual exam, it was easy. Pero may 2 items pa rin akong hindi narinig. Nakakataas ng anxiety kapag hindi mo narinig. I took the liberty to have an intellectual guess for that two.
Reading - Mind you, it was the hardest. It seems to me that as the passage progresses it doubles its level of difficulty. The last five items was a total chaos. Alam mo yung pakiramdam na BAHALA na.
Writing - Writing task 1 was a table. Writing task 2 was about people and society. Knowing that I can write better than converse, I really felt that I outdid myself for an hour. I already extracted everything that I can grasp and even the invigilator announced that the time is over, I continued writing my last two edited words. It wasn't the ideal tasks for me. And I admit that it was hard to think of synonyms for 'wedding' and 'television'.
Speaking - My weakness. It was the longest 15 minutes of my life. My examiner was a blue-eyed guy. He was not intimidating, he was laughing but he had mannerisms that could deflate your confidence tremendously and he did that three times. 6/12 of the questions were about, ugh, Park. Kung anu ano na ang pinagsasabi kong parks.