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  • June 24 2022
  • IELTS AOLCC

How to Write Pie Chart Essay in IELTS Writing Task 1

In Academic Task 1 of the Writing module, you are expected to write a short descriptive report based on visual information or data. This visual information may be presented as pie charts. Pie charts are circular charts divided into sectors usually illustrating percentages. In this blog, we’re going to tell how to effectively describe a pie chart in IELTS Writing task 1. To get a band 9 for your answer, you should follow this answer structure:

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  • May 27 2022
  • IELTS AOLCC

Academic IELTS Writing Task 1 Mistakes That Can Stop You Getting Over Band 6

IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 requires you to write at least 150 words in response to a graph, table, chart, or process. You will be presented with factual information and asked to select and report the main features of the data in under 20 minutes. You can’t spend more than 20 minutes on Writing Task 1. This task consists of 33% of your total writing mask so you must avoid mistakes that can cost you this 33% of your total marks.

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  • May 10 2022
  • IELTS AOLCC

IELTS Reading Test – How to Attempt Short Answer Questions and Avoid Silly Mistakes

The IELTS Reading test requires you to answer 40 questions in 60 minutes. In the IELTS Reading Test, there are many question types that you must answer. We are going to share some tips that will help you score full marks in Short Answer Questions during your IELTS Reading Test. Check them out below:

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  • April 29 2022
  • IELTS AOLCC

Try These 5 Methods to Become a Fluent English Speaker Faster

If you struggle with fluency when you speak English, then this blog is for you. Read this blog to learn different methods to improve your English fluency. It will help you get a Band 7 or 8 in IELTS Speaking Test if you do everything right.

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  • March 28 2022
  • IELTS AOLCC

How to Break Out of Your Shell and Start to Speak English

One of the best ways to improve your English speaking skills is to talk to a native speaker. But what if you don’t feel confident enough to actually speak to another person. Here’s how to start speaking English in 5 easy steps:

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  • March 11 2022
  • IELTS AOLCC

Using “The Imitation Method” to Improve Your Pronunciation

Imitation is the ability to mimic the way someone speaks. But for people, who are not natural mimics, need to practice the imitation method daily to improve their communication skills.

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  • February 25 2022
  • IELTS AOLCC

How to Train Yourself to Think in English

If you’re not a native English speaker, chances are you will think about the answer in your mother tongue, whether consciously or subconsciously. All of us do so when we learn the English language as non-native English speakers.

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  • February 7 2022
  • IELTS AOLCC

 How Audiobook Can Improve Your English

If you find that reading takes too much time, you can try listening to an audiobook while driving, walking, eating, and doing anything at home. Audiobooks would help your English pronunciation and listening skills. Using audiobooks as part of your IELTS preparation will help you improve speaking, oratory, and comprehension skills.

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  • January 22 2022
  • IELTS AOLCC

The Importance of the Habit of Reading for IELTS Candidates

Learning how to develop a reading habit is a great investment of time for IELTS candidates. Most successful people acknowledge the importance and value of reading habits. Building your reading habit will help you become a better version of yourself.

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  • January 7 2022
  • IELTS AOLCC

How to Speak Like an English Native Speaker by Understanding Idioms

The only way you can be proficient in speaking English like native speakers is to actually keep talking and practicing.

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