Saturday, 29 April 2017

Proper IELTS Coaching by Global Reach can boost your career to atop the aspiration

Global Reach, one of the most reputed overseas education consultants conducts IELTS workshop at various locations and student counseling. The company is one of the leading overseas education consultants who provide the best of the guidance to the candidates in terms of choosing the right course and right university.  

Let’s discuss about IELTS exam and Reading Question Types briefly.

There are several different types of questions on the IELTS reading test and each one has its own strategy and techniques.

Short Answer Type Questions

Global Reach will help you answer short answer type questions more effectively by looking at a sample question, identifying known problems and giving you a strategy to use on exam day.

Multiple Choice Questions

Our professionals will help you answer multiple choice questions more effectively. We look at common problems and how to fix them.

Summary Completion

In these kinds of questions, you will be given a summary of information from the text and there will be some gaps in that summary.

Matching the Sentence Endings

In this IELTS reading question you will be given a list of incomplete sentences with no endings and another list with possible endings. Your job is to match the incomplete sentences with the correct ending based on the reading text.

Sentence Completion part

In this kind of question you will be given a number of sentences with gaps in them and asked to complete the sentences with words from the reading text.

True, False, Not Given section

‘True, False, Not Given’ questions requires you to identify if information in a text is true or not. You will be given a number of factual statements and you need to check in the text if it they are true or not. This is indeed the most difficult question on the reading paper.

Matching Headings Tips and Strategies 

The excellent guidance of Global Reach will help you match headings more effectively in the IELTS reading test. In the IELTS reading test you can be asked to match headings to the sections of text. This type of question judges one’s ability to understand the main idea of each paragraph.

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