IELTS test can be taken by a candidate who is of 16 years of age or above. Before sitting for IELTS, the candidate should spare some time and take an IELTS review, as it will help him in taking a general overview of the IELTS test sections. IELTS review will help to enlighten the candidate about the four test sections that he will have to face in the test and the time limit within which he will have to complete all the four sections.
IELTS Review Books:
Instead of plunging straightaway into IELTS test preparation, the test taker should try to take an insight view of the general techniques and skills related to reading, listening, speaking and writing. It s not possible for the test taker to spend hours in collecting information, so it is advisable that he should get hold of IELTS review books as it will equip the test taker with all the important and relevant information that the test taker is curious to know.
A few important IELTS review books that the test taker can consult are:
IELTS Tutor (Book/ CD ? ROM pack) (Paperback) by Lloyd Jacklin (Author), Roslyn Jacklin (Author)
This IELTS review book is very simple to follow, easy to understand and very helpful for the test taker, though a bit brief.
This book contains a CD ROM that is a very helpful aid for the test taker who wants to have an IELTS review. CD ROM is helpful in preparing the test taker for appearing for the test, and provides detailed knowledge on how he should go about attempting the various types of questions that he will come across in the test. This IELTS review book also provides a few useful tips on how to attempt the writing section test. It provides the test taker with numerous useful ideas, which will help him attempt the writing and reading tests and all these ideas and tips are easy to grasp and use.
This IELTS review book tells the test taker all that he should exactly know to clear IELTS with a good score.
Book by Cambridge ESOL for students preparing for IELTS – deals with IELTS practice tests and also provides answers.
The student, by making use of this IELTS review book, gets a wonderful chance to orient himself with what IELTS is all about and provides a number of practice tests so that the student can practice the techniques that he has picked up from this IELTS review book.
This IELTS review book explains all the four tests sections in details related to both the academic as well as general training modules. The test taker is properly introduced to each of the four test sections and also to the IELTS scoring system. The test taker who wants to take up a self-study course can refer to this IELTS review book as it is self-explanatory and makes use of simple language. It helps the test taker feel comfortable and confident enough to take up the IELTS test.
The test taker can get an overview of the listening test as it contains an audio CD that familiarizes him with the kind of listening that he would come across in the real IELTS test. He gets an excellent opportunity to rehearse the listening, speaking, writing and reading sections.
Barron’s IELTS with Audio CD: International English Language Testing System (Barron’s How to Prepare for the IELTS: International English)(Paperback) by Lin Loughleed (Author)
This IELTS review book covers all the four test sections and the test taker is made familiar with all types of question forms that will be put in IELTS test. He gets a chance to review the various types of questions i.e. multiple choice questions, summary completion, flowchart completion, fill in the blanks, match the headings, true/ false and not given types, etc.
This IELTS review book equips the test taker with quite a few test-taking tips; a number of model tests are given along with answers, which are explained in detail. It helps the test taker to focus on the main points of the test and thus obtain a good sore in the final test. In order words, this IELTS review book is very useful, as it gives proper directions on how to attempt the different types of questions and get a good IELTS score.
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