IELTS Energy 486: 2 Things Holding You Back on IELTS

2 things holding back IELTSToday we talk about 2 things holding you back on IELTS, and help you get on the track to success!

It’s no joke- IELTS is a huge hurdle to overcome.

You have to dedicate yourself to preparing for the exam, and improving your overall English, over a month or two months.

Therefore, as there is a significant amount of work to do, you have to be careful to not waste your time.

You must be organized, with a trusted, solid study plan to follow every day.

If you have vetted content to follow, you won’t wander around the internet, searching for free strategies and practice.

There’s a lot of misleading information out there about the exam, and you could be hurting your IELTS score.

Jessica has been teaching IELTS for more than 13 years, and she has put all the applicable free resources on the 3 Keys study plans.

One student in our course recently had a question about an activity on the plan, using One Stop English’s Guardian reading activity.

This worried him, because he wasn’t sure what level or what the strategies would be. So, instead of just pushing forward and doing the activity, he stopped.

 

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Don’t overthink it!

The questions on here may not be like IELTS, but they do increase valuable formal vocabulary and improve reading comprehension.

Don’t strengthen your affective filter, the wall that goes up in your mind and prevents you from learning.

Secondly, focusing on tiny details will impede your IELTS progress as well.

For instance, in Writing Task 1, you must plan, write and check your essay in 20 minutes.

If you have slightly more than our recommended maximum of 180 words, but are still accomplishing all 3 steps in 20 minutes, you’re fine!

What IELTS study plan are you following?

Share your preparation strategies in the comments section below!

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