Few hours before your IELTS test – just chill
A little nervousness is Okay just before your test day but are you worrying a lot and getting tensed? This is not good as by now you know how much you have worked hard for this day and with regular practice and test you must have improved.
I take this opportunity to help you and make you relax a bit through this post. Here are some quick and most important tips:
- Stay in good mood. Do whatever makes you happy. Spend an evening with a close friend, listen to good music, watch a movie, play online games or watch a sports event.
- Think about those things which you know well. A positive approach towards your test can do wonders.
- Plan for every minute detail such as clothes you have to wear tomorrow, arrange your passport, pencils, erasers etc., print your admit letter. If you are under 18 years then make sure your consent form is filled properly and signed by your parents.
- Make sure that your offer letter has your correct name. If the name is typed wrong, then get it rectified with the instructors else your wrong name will come on TRF.
- Ensure that you have made all proper arrangements to travel to the test center.
- Take a proper meal and preferably sleep early. Do not stay awake late.
- Set up an alarm to get up on time and eat a healthy and filling breakfast so that you do not feel hungry after few hours, as the test usually gets over by 3:30 PM.
Just do the above things and I am sure that you feel better, relaxed and ready to score.
If you want to know more about the test tips, I strongly recommend you to read the post IELTS Get Going now by us.
Make sure to use these last-minute tips to your test preparation.
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Just Chillax! You will do well.
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