Video: Pass IELTS the First Time by Vision Boarding!

Today you’ll learn how to pass IELTS the first time by vision boarding, and stay inspired and motivated!

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On the podcast, we’ve mentioned the usefulness of vision boarding.

This is an inspirational technique to help you commit yourself to your goals and stay motivated.

Before you do this, however, there are two things you must have first: a test date and a study plan.

 

 

You should register for your exam one or two months from now. Having this deadline is important to keep you focused.

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Then, you can create your vision board!

On a large piece of poster board, glue images and/or words that show your future goals.

For example, you could have pictures of your future university, job or city. You could include images of travelling, such as an airplane or a beautiful view, to keep your mind on your positive future movement once you pass the IELTS Exam.

In addition, you can have images of current positive habits you want to have, such as exercise. If you are physically healthy, it is easier to focus on your studies!

Finally, hang up your vision board in a place that you walk past constantly at home. You should fix it at eye-level. The more you see these positive goals, the more likely you are to stay motivated, inspired, and positive.

Post your vision board pictures online, and share your goals for life after IELTS!

What will you put on your vision board?

Share your thoughts in the comments section below!