Sunday, April 2, 2017

Smiling is your body’s foremost facial reaction to something that makes you happy. The corners of your mouth quirk upward and, depending on how pleased you are, your front teeth may even show.

More than just an expression of amusement, a smile can also reflect confidence and conviction—traits that will certainly give you an edge when taking the IELTS speaking evaluation. Because, while studying with the help of IELTS review online courses or enrolling at JROOZ Review Center can prepare you for the test’s extensive coverage, these training programs can only do so much in preparing you for the IELTS speaking exam.

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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Eating brain-boosting foods can level up your IELTS preparation efforts. Mind-empowering foods do not only keep your mind in excellent condition, but they also boost your cognitive performance. With their nutritious supplement, you can maintain your mental awareness and learning capacity for longer periods—a much-needed advantage if you are attending an IELTS Philippines training facility, like the IELTS review center in Davao.

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Thursday, February 9, 2017

Idioms and contractions are two points in the English language that confuse IELTS students whether these are to be used or not. Idiomatic expressions or idioms are group of words that have a figurative meaning. Most of the time, idioms are used in sentences to emphasize or exaggerate the content. Furthermore, contractions are the short forms of words such as cannot = can’t. Since idioms make better sounding sentences and contractions sound natural, IELTS students are questioning whether the use of such idioms and contractions are acceptable in the examination. What would IELTS review training think of this?

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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Do not let your difficulties restrain you from reaching your dreams!

If you are experiencing visual difficulties, from slightly impaired vision to total blindness, and wish to study, work or migrate abroad, IELTS will gladly accommodate your special needs and accurately assess your language proficiency.

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Sunday, January 8, 2017

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a proficiency test used by countries whose native language is English. IELTS has four subsections: Writing, Reading, Speaking and Listening. A person who wishes to study, work and live overseas must meet the required IELTS band score. (Band scores vary depending on the country a person wishes to migrate, study and work.)

Non-native English speakers are easily intimidated just by the thought of the IELTS exam. To overcome this intimidation, they may opt to enroll in IELTS reviews available through coaching centers, in a classroom or online setup.

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Tuesday, November 8, 2016

When you are about to take the IELTS test, you should always consider getting a review course from an IELTS review center. There are lots of test candidates who failed to reach their target scores in the IELTS test because of the lack of preparation for the examination. Some candidates choose to do a self-review relying on books and review materials that are readily available online. However, the amount of knowledge gained from a review center for the IELTS is incomparable with self-studying.

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Thursday, October 20, 2016

Some people are skeptics with the quality of training they can get in reviewing for the IELTS in an IELTS review center. They believe that no one needs IELTS training to ace the IELTS test. As an English proficiency examination, the IELTS test has a reputation of testing one’s English skills to the limit – even making one feel bad when getting a low score. Let’s check your knowledge about the IELTS. Let’s see how much you know about taking the IELTS if you fail then you have to enroll in an IELTS training program.

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