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IELTS Listening Success
Module 1: Introduction
Hello And Welcome (1:03)
About This Course (2:21)
About Your Instructor (2:48)
What You Will Learn In This Course (2:30)
Downloading Course Content
Navigating Through This Course
Communicating Inside This Course
Getting The Most Out Of This Course
Module 1 Discussion (1:24)
Module 2: About The IELTS Listening Exam
Listening Exam Facts And Figures (1:46)
The Structure Of The Exam
Exam Conditions For Practice Listening Tasks
Understanding Listening Exam Instructions
Listening Exam Question Types
Calculating Your Listening Exam Band Score
Module 2 Discussion
Module 3: Listening Exam Strategy
The Importance Of Having A Strategy (3:24)
7 Step Listening Exam Strategy Overview (4:25)
Listening Strategy Step 1 (2:30)
Listening Strategy Step 2 (2:46)
Listening Strategy Step 3 (8:33)
Listening Strategy Step 4 (5:23)
Listening Strategy Step 5 (7:52)
Listening Strategy Step 6 (4:53)
Listening Strategy Step 7 (3:06)
Listening Strategy Exceptions (7:44)
Module 3 Discussion
Module 4: Listening Skills Practice
The Skills You Need For The Listening Exam (1:13)
Analysing Before You Listen
Managing Your Time In The Listening Exam
Listening Exam Error Types
Correcting Errors After You Listen
Transferring Your Answers Correctly
How Many Practice Tests Should You Do? (1:56)
Module 4 Discussion
Module 5: Practice Listening Activities
A Reminder About Analyzing Before You Listen
Practice Listening Test 1 - Questions and Audio
Practice Listening Test 1 - Answer Key
Listening Test 1 - Section 1 Analysis (8:09)
Listening Test 1 - Section 2 Analysis (10:27)
Listening Test 1 - Section 3 Analysis (9:03)
Listening Test 1 - Section 4 Analysis (7:47)
Practice Listening Test 2 - Questions and Audio
Practice Listening Test 2 - Answer Key
Practice Listening Test 3 - Questions and Audio (NEW)
Practice Listening Test 3 - Answer Key
Module 5 Discussion
Module 6: Frequently Asked Questions
What happens if I write the correct answers in the wrong order?
Is grammar important for my answers?
Can I write my answers using capital letters?
How much time do I have to read the questions before I listen?
What can I do if I don't understand the instructions?
How many practice tests should I do?
Do I lose marks for spelling mistakes?
What should I do if I can't hear the "s" on the end of words?
How can I find out my listening band score from my practice tests?
Why do I usually score higher in practice tests than I did in the real test?
Can I write on the question paper?
The Skills You Need For The Listening Exam
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