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My IELTS score is bad... Now What?

Couldn’t score well in IELTS? It’s okay to retake the IELTS exam; therefore, there is no restriction on how many times you appear for it. Are you confused about the next step? Here are a few suggestions that you can incorporate this time.
A bad score means you can now use the previous experience and prepare for your weak areas in each module.
Work on past mistakes
Find a trainer who is experienced and certified in teaching English as a second language.
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Vocabulary-building is a skill that requires hard work and dedication toward understanding the meaning of each word and its application in the general and academic setting.
Genuinely work on vocabulary-building techniques
Cambridge books offer the best and the most authentic material to practice and check your answers
Practice from authentic material
To understand any language deeply, it is essential to regularly indulge in it by reading or listening to podcasts, etc.
Develop the habit of reading regularly to bring versatility to your ideas
Commonly made grammatical mistakes can be tackled by regularly correcting the mistakes made and by understanding the rules and applying them.
Bring clarity to your ideas by thoroughly developing grammar-based skills
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