IELTS reading has been also classified into IELTS Academic reading and IELTS General Training reading just the way IELTS writing has been. There is a difference in both the subject matter and the difficulty level. We provide IELTS reading training to those aspirants who want to study abroad or work abroad, in both the modules of writing. We provide the best IELTS Coaching in Dwarka, Delhi.
The candidates are provided with 3 reading passages and these involve a number of task types. The text may be extracted from authentic sources such as book chapters or articles from journals, magazines and newspapers. The topics provided are of general interest.
Candidates who want to study abroad for an undergraduate or a postgraduate course have to appear for academic reading. Such candidates find these topics interesting, appropriate and comprehensible. We faculty makes the participants practice enough number of IELTS exam style reading passages and train them in writing the answers correctly till perfection. A good grip on spelling and grammar is a must for good band score in the IELTS exam because poor spelling and grammar are penalized.
The students are also made to practice various writing styles and question types. Practicing 100 questions of one type is not the key to success. Rather practicing 10 questions each of 10 different types is more desirable and helpful. Some of the major question types may include
Summary completion, Multiple choice questions (MCQs), note completion, matching information, table completion, matching headings, Identifying the writer’s views/claims, matching sentence endings, identifying information, matching features, flow-chart completion, sentence completion, diagram label completion, short-answer questions, etc.
General Training Reading
General training reading is classified into 3 sections - social survivor, workplace survivor and general reading.
‘Social survival’ aims at evaluating a candidate’s ability to survive in the society – not in a literal sense but in the sense of communication. In an English speaking nation if one doesn’t know how to read English at all, then she or he won’t be able to survive. Such a person would be counted an illiterate with reference to that country. It would make survival difficult. How would that person read traffic sign boards, or other general factual information, for example, advertisements, notices, and timetables, etc. IELTS exam contains two or three short texts related to this section.
The second section of IELTS general reading is ‘Workplace survival’. This section has a focus on workplace communication and hence it contains texts related to job descriptions, contracts, job advertisements, staff development, training materials, etc. This section in IELTS exam contains two texts.
The third section, ‘general reading’, requires the candidates to grasp an extended reading text having a more complex writing structure. Instead of containing an argumentative text, this section contains one long descriptive/instructive text. These texts are relevant to the wide range of candidates because these have a general context.
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