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    PTE 79+ Techniques,  PTE Speaking Tricks

    PTE-Speaking Read aloud Tips and Tricks

    PTE read aloud question type comes first in the exam for the speaking section. It consists of 6 questions during the real PTE exam. Looking at the question prompt type, all students feel easy at first. But, when it comes to the exam day it brings down your confidence when unfamiliar words are put to pronounce. First, let’s see what PTE read aloud question type demands on the exam day: You will have 30-40 seconds depending upon the passage to prepare for the recording. Once the time gets over, a beep sound will be played and you have to start audibly recording your voice. Don’t start speaking before the microphone…

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    PTE 79+ Techniques,  PTE Speaking Tricks

    PTE Describe Image Score by Proven Tips & Tricks

    PTE Describe the image question type is the third prompt type in the real PTE exam, which tests your ability of how well you describe the key points of the image in a short span of time. This question is the easiest part of the speaking section if you prepare well, and you are aware of the tips and tricks to tackle this question type. It allows 25 Seconds time to prepare and jot down the key points from the given image, and then once beep sound plays you have to start describing the image for 40 seconds. It is quite chaotic if you are not very well prepared with…

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    PTE 79+ Techniques,  PTE Pattern

    The Best Microphone positions in PTE

    PTE can be your golden ticket towards success. Once you clear this exam with high merit, there is no stopping for you. You can touch the sky of success, get admission to the university of high esteem, and make big on a foreign land by simply clearing this exam. However, to make it through is not a cakewalk. With extensive modules, this exam tests your English competency in speaking, writing, reading and listening skill areas. Though all these modules come with their own set of difficulties, speaking is considered the toughest. The reason being is it tests your real-time expertise in the English language while others are based on conjectural…

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