hey congrats amazing scores, y dont share thy tips here, it would be helpful for us.
One more thing From where r u? you got such scores without prepn?iHOw?
i have my exam next week, this would be nice if u could give some tips.
Not bad after 0 h 0 min of preparation
I know exactly where I messed up in the listening section. I actually thought that the Listening section was over, took off my headphones and began walking away for the break, when I saw a new task beginning. You can imagine my surprise.
In the Speaking section, I got confused on the 5th task.. Just a lapse, probably due to lack of preparation.
As for the Writing section, I have no idea what happened. I wrote my Ph.D. (Cambridge Univ) in English and did not have more than a few style-related corrections on it (70,000 words). So, I am very disappointed there.
Nonetheless, that hassle is done with. Good luck to future test takers. The test is somewhat unfair to people who lack active English experience, but if ETS likes it that way, who am I to complain?
My advice - speak slowly, clearly, a bit louder than normal and you'll be fine. I didn't finish 2 out of 6 Speaking tasks and I still got high scores because I spoke clearly and with an American accent.
As for other sections - I have no idea how to prepare, I guess you should practice if you feel you need to.
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