Years back, I had many students who were so focused on studying for the IELTS exam that they forgot the importance of the registration process. I found this wonderful article about registering for the test that may actually be of help to examinees who are wondering how they can register for the exam.
Study Life USA IELTS Facts and Registration Information
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is one of the world’s most popular English language tests. More than 2 million IELTS tests are taken each year in over 130 countries.
Taking IELTS opens doors – it can help you live, study and work around the world. More than 7,000 organizations worldwide accept IELTS, including government, academic and employment institutions.
Because the test is designed by experts in English language assessment and trusted around the world, you can be sure that IELTS will give a fair and consistent assessment of your English skills.
IELTS is designed to assess the language ability of non-native speakers of English for admissions into higher education and other purposes. IELTS tests all four language skills: listening, reading, writing and speaking.
Here are just a few reasons why millions of people have taken IELTS with the British Council:
We also offer British Council IELTS scholarships that provide financial assistance to students wishing to study in English-speaking countries. Find out more about British Council scholarship opportunities Via studyusa.com
My decades worth of teaching experience has taught me many things and one is the importance for students to relax their mind before and during the exam. I came across this article that tells about the tips in knowing how to relax before an exam.
Dr. Honey: How To Relax Before Final Exams
How to Relax Before Final ExamsBy eHow Education Editor For most people, relaxing before final exams may prove just as difficult as learning advanced calculus or chemistry.
The extra stress affects your overall health and well being, as well as your grades, so steal a moment to take a deep breath and relax.
Step1Prepare for the exam prior to the night before.
The earlier you start studying, the more comfortable you will feel with the material.
Give yourself at least a week (or two) to review course material.
Stop cramming about an hour before the test, so you can focus on relaxing instead.Step2Step away from the computer and books every now and then.
Physical activity lets you relax, focus your thoughts better, clear your head and get your juices running.
Take regular breaks while studying, and then try taking a short walk just before final exams start.Step3Breathe deep and easily.
Deep breathing offers an easy method of reducing stress. Via dochoney.blogspot.com
After a few weeks or even months of studying the listening test, or other test sections, it can be extremely rewarding to get to the point where all you need to do is relax. There are many ways to relax and people just need to do the kind of relaxation that benefits them the most.