There are about 2 to 3 questions that are based on the ‘Listening-Fill in the blanks’ format in a PTE Academic test. For this reason, how well you understand this section and how well you score in it will largely affect your final score in your Pearson Test of English Academic. In this task, a text is displayed on the screen and its corresponding audio is played on the microphone, only once. The text has about 5 to 7 blanks and the candidates are required to fill these with the correct words while simultaneously listening to the audio.
Best Tips for Time Management in PTE Academic Exam
Time management is a critical factor in PTE academic exam to get your desired score. Many times, we get complaints from the students that they missed the essay writing, summarize written test, Write from Dictation in the listening section, etc. For PTE, if you want to achieve the perfect 79+ scores, then it is important to complete all the tasks within the given time frame, especially Write from Dictation. The main reason for not being able to complete the listening section is the lack of time management for each question type. Let’s know how to improve your PTE score by managing time in the PTE exam. Additionally, we will be…
3 Ways to Improve your PTE Listening Score
PTE Listening is the last section of the PTE exam, which tests your listening ability and how well you understand the English language. Before going into the techniques let’s first look at the question types and how they are scored. A total of 8 question types are there in the PTE Listening section. It will test your skills ranging from grammar, vocabulary, and spelling. You will get between 30-43 minutes depending upon the number of questions you get on the exam day. Let’s see the overview of each question type and how they will contribute to your overall and enabling skills marks: PTE Listening Question Types: Summarize Spoken Text In…
3 Easy Steps to Improve Reading and Writing Fill in The Blanks
The ‘Reading and Writing Fill in the blanks’ task in the PTE Academic test is meant to assess the test taker’s understanding of the text. It involves making use of one’s knowledge of grammar and vocabulary and make accurate decisions with speed. The candidates are given a text with a few blanks between them. Each blank has a drop-down box that has suggestive answers. The candidates are required to choose the correct answer from the given options that go best with the context & adds meaning to it. The Scoring Pattern Since there is no negative marking in this task, a candidate does not lose a mark for a wrong…