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  • in this video, we're going to have a look at the information for candidates online document available from I'll Start or which gives a really quick overview of what the ounces and how it works.

  • And I know many of you have read this at least once, but I just want to highlight a few of the little tips that are shared in it that are easy to miss when you kind of lost over the documents quickly.

  • And there are a couple of really helpful tools that that you can use.

  • And actually, these tools have been improved recently.

  • So I just wanted Thio remind you that these tools are out there and that they can really help you with your prep and for your overall strategy with regards to where you want to go with the aisles.

  • So this is the information for candidate um, booklet.

  • Oh, our document, and you can find it by Google searching I'll stock or GE and then information for its candidates.

  • It's often the first document that anybody sees when they find out that they're going to need to take the outs or decide they're going to take the aisles.

  • So one of the first items that I want to highlight in this document is on page two.

  • It's a very helpful tool.

  • Um, that allows you to search for organizations and to see the aisles requirements for those organizations.

  • So and that's not only universities but understand streak of searching the university to start with.

  • Um so you see, I've searched for the University of Toronto, comes up with a couple of different campuses, and then a very clear indication of the aisles requirement.

  • Now, if you click into it sometimes it also shares the varying requirements for different apartments, um, or different levels of degree.

  • So here we see 6.5 for undergraduate, 6.5 for the Faculty of Dentistry, Um, and seven for Graduate.

  • And then also there's a link to the university.

  • So it's It's a really helpful little tool to kind of quickly get an idea for what sort of islets level is needed.

  • Now, of course, you want to actually follow these up and contact university and make sure that the all the data that you're seeing here is is actually accurate.

  • So really helpful tool there.

  • That's the first thing I wanted to share it now, just go back to the information for candidates document.

  • So a common question that I receive is with regards to How do you, um, physically create your answer on the examination?

  • Should you use pen or should you use pencil?

  • Can you write in all capital letters?

  • You know what's what's the best strategy to do this and actually the information for candidates document does stipulate a few things that sometimes I think candidates overlooked when they read through this the first time.

  • So if we just look a test tips, this is page six of the document.

  • You'll see that it very clearly says that you can write your excuse me.

  • You must write your answers in pencil.

  • And another thing that is indicated here is that so for the completion takes questions where you know where it tells you how many words you will be writing.

  • In your answer, you can write the's in lower case or capital letters, and with regards to reading, it's the same set of rules.

  • So you must read your answers and pencil, and then, secondly, three completion questions follow the same rules for the listening section, so that being that you can write your answers in lower case or in all capitals now for the writing section.

  • There's also a few interesting tips shared here, so firstly, you can write in pen or pencil as it states here.

  • Um, and also there's something dishonest people ask if they can write their response in all capital letters because they're they're writing is perhaps not very clear.

  • Ah, and that is something that is permitted.

  • As you see here.

  • You may write your answers entirely in capitals if you wish, but I don't recommend you do that because you're kind of forfeiting an opportunity to demonstrate to the Examiner your full understanding of written English.

  • So if you're writing with with complete grammatical accuracy and you're capitalizing your proper noun DS and you're showing that you know when and where to use capital letters, it's just it's an opportunity that that you're missing if you decide to write your entire response in capital letters and just to give you some perspective, I have an Examiner friend who's been an examiner for about 10 years, and he says in all of that time he has never once received a response written in all capital letters.

  • So it's a strategy that's that's not really followed, despite the fact that it is indeed possible.

  • Okay, now, if we scroll down a little bit further here, um, so there's a nice little link under retaking the aisles that you can click, and it has some nice sample tests that you can run through if you click through to have I tried the practice test questions, so I'll start or does indeed have a few sample listening is that you can work through and academic reading general training, reading even some writing samples that you can you can read.

  • So if you are looking for other, um, you know, practice tests to run through, that might be one length of you might have overlooked.

  • Okay?

  • And the final thing that I want to draw your attention to is that if you scroll right down to the very bottom of the document, and it does have some nice examples of how the reading and listening answer sheets are filled in, if you've never taken the exam before, but anyway, if you score right down to the bottom, you'll see this little area here, so it's isles for UK, Australian, Canadian in New Zealand, visas and immigration and these little links that I'll start order quite helpful.

  • So I click on the Canada link.

  • So you see that there are links here to help you identify what I'll scores are needed for different kinds of visa so that that's and then they provide links like that for the different countries that use the aisles as part of their immigration protocol.

  • Okay, so very quick video.

  • I hope you pulled at least one thing away from it.

  • Maura Isles writing videos to come soon, so please stay tuned.

  • Thanks for tuning in and we'll see in the next video.

in this video, we're going to have a look at the information for candidates online document available from I'll Start or which gives a really quick overview of what the ounces and how it works.


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IELTSでオールキャップで書けますか?(...他の質問も!) (CAN YOU WRITE IN ALL CAPS ON THE IELTS?! (...and other questions!))

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