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20 IELTS TEST Myths That Roam In The Air

- By jhaugh
Publish Date : 2021-04-12 06:40:07
20 IELTS TEST Myths That Roam In The Air

The IELTS tests are regarded as the most authentic, best structured and well-accepted test of 'Proficiency in the English language.' In real life situations, we have seen more than often that the 'Famous People' have to suffer the agonies of being famous. In all walks of the life it is an accepted truth that 'Fame' follows 'infamy,' naturally, the 'Fame' of the IELTS is not spared. As IELTS is not the only test of it's kind, the battle is always on to subdue it. A large section of the people worldwide is always 'skeptic' - regardless of their literacy, language or whatever. Therefore, a rational and analytical discussion of the 'False Myths' that roam in the air is required to make people avoid being misguided.

What are the myths?

Qualifying through IELTS is next to impossible: IELTS is off course tough and it's supposed to be so, as it is the most accepted test for testing the 'Ultimate proficiency of a candidate in the English language.' Therefore to get a good 'Band Score,' candidates need to have a thorough preparation. But that does not support the myth at all. What do the data suggest? Every year approximately 2.5 million candidates appear for the test, from not less than 135 countries around the world. A large chunk of them comes from non-English speaking countries as well. Percentage of the successful candidates are not negligible at all. So the myth is just a rumor and nothing more.

It's not possible for a non-native speaker to get a good Band Score: Again it does not match the data. Thousands of young aspirants from a number of non-English speaking countries, including India, perform extremely well each year. A good number of candidates even get a high Band Score of 8/8.5 or 9 as well. So, no reason to even discuss the myth.

 

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Qualifying through IELTS is next to impossible: IELTS is off course tough and it's supposed to be so, as it is the most accepted test for testing the 'Ultimate proficiency of a candidate in the English language.' Therefore to get a good 'Band Score,' candidates need to have a thorough preparation. But that does not support the myth at all. What do the data suggest? Every year approximately 2.5 million candidates appear for the test, from not less than 135 countries around the world. A large chunk of them comes from non-English speaking countries as well. Percentage of the successful candidates are not negligible at all. So the myth is just a rumor and nothing more.

It's not possible for a non-native speaker to get a good Band Score: Again it does not match the data. Thousands of young aspirants from a number of non-English speaking countries, including India, perform extremely well each year. A good number of candidates even get a high Band Score of 8/8.5 or 9 as well. So, no reason to even discuss the myth


Qualifying through IELTS is next to impossible: IELTS is off course tough and it's supposed to be so, as it is the most accepted test for testing the 'Ultimate proficiency of a candidate in the English language.' Therefore to get a good 'Band Score,' candidates need to have a thorough preparation. But that does not support the myth at all. What do the data suggest? Every year approximately 2.5 million candidates appear for the test, from not less than 135 countries around the world. A large chunk of them comes from non-English speaking countries as well. Percentage of the successful candidates are not negligible at all. So the myth is just a rumor and nothing more.

It's not possible for a non-native speaker to get a good Band Score: Again it does not match the data. Thousands of young aspirants from a number of non-English speaking countries, including India, perform extremely well each year. A good number of candidates even get a high Band Score of 8/8.5 or 9 as well. So, no reason to even discuss the myth



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