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HOW SHOULD YOU INTERPRET YOUR SCORES

 

HOW SHOULD YOU INTERPRET YOUR SCORES


HOW SHOULD YOU INTERPRET YOUR SCORES? •
Atthe end of each Listening andReading Answer Key you will find a chartwhichwjii help
youaSSe Whether, on the basis of your Practice Test results, you arereaciy to1take.the

(ELTS test.

In interpreting your score, there are a nurnberof’points you should bear in mtn. Your

performancein the real lELTStest wilIberepàrted.in.two ways there will be a Band Score a from I ,to 9 for each df the corñonents and’an Overall Band. Score from I to 9, which
‘I
is the ayerage of your scores in the four components: However, institutions considering your application are advised to look at both the Ovérál1 Band Score and the Bands far :
: eachó0mPàr1e1t in.ordêrtó determihe whether you.:haveth:e language skilisneeded fora1 . : particular course of study. For example, ifyourcäurse has a lot.of reading and’writing, but
.no Iqctures, listening skills might be leséj,o,tant anda score of 51n Listening might be a acceptable if the Overall..Band Score was’7. However, for acourse which has lots of lectures
0 and spoken instructions, ascoreof Sin Listening might be unacceptable even thoughthe :
Overall Band Score-was 7.


Once you have marked your test, you should hàvesome idea àfwheher your’listening • ‘ .
• arid reading skills are good enough for you to try the IELTS’test. if Vou,did well enough in
-one càmponent. but not in others, you will haveto decide for yourselfwhethéryou are ready
to take thetest.

The PracticeTests have been chedked to ensure that they are of approximately the same

IeveiOfdiffiëUlty asthé .ràPlELT5fst ‘H
oweyer, wecannot guarantee that your score in the
Practice Tests will be ref1edtd. in the real IELTS test. ThéPractice Tests can only give you a an idea.bf yourpossjb,e. future perforrrjanàe and itis ultimately up to you ta make •
basedonyourscor

Different institutions accept different fELTS scOres for different types of courses.We have ‘ based Our recommendations On the rnajority of institutions.acdept.
Th*1
e 1rtjtütion to whichyou are applying may, of course, require ahigher or lOwerscore than
otherjnstitutjons

By the year 2Q50.nearlySO% of... J I
the Earth’s popu1atton will.live • In
urban centres . Applyig the;most
conservative estimates to current
demographic trends, the.’ human • population will increase

eo.pleby.then. An
estmated1. hectares of,ne land (about 20% 1arjr thàhBrazi1) Wilibe fleêded to grow enough food to feed them, if traditional farming methods’, continue astheyare practised tOday. . At.present, throughout the world, ‘.. over 80% of the land that is suitable. fOr raising crops is in use. Historica S 0 me 1 % 0 f th at h a S b e en .1 ai d vi as t è
by poor .rnahagement’practices •

What canbe done 0t9 ensure enough food, , for the world’s popu1ati.di to live on?..



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