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Should you connect not perfect your English for the IELTS exam?

Today, learn how to connect with the examiner, and something you probably don’t know about the exam day schedule!

 

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In the IELTS, you’re not graded for being perfect.  You’re graded for communication ability.  It’s important to understand that this is connection, not perfection.

After you complete the Reading and Writing sections, there will probably be some waiting time before the Speaking section of your test.  While you’re waiting, don’t get nervous!  Instead, keep in mind that the examiner is not expecting you to be perfect.  He or she only wants you to communicate your ideas the best you can.  They want you to be able to connect with them.

 

Does connection not perfection work for you and your English learning?

How will you use it with your IELTS examiner?

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