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In the Speaking and Writing tasks of the IELTS exam, you can use idioms to make your speaking and essay more interesting. Even if you already know what an idiom is it is still very important to be cautious with its usage. Every idiom can still be detrimental to your IELTS band score if not well-chosen and properly used.


Sitting for the Praxis exam can be tough, especially when the test just won't cut you any slack. The Praxis exams were just designed to make things difficult for you, but do realize this is only because they want the cream of the crop to educate America's future generation!


There are great numbers of tests that are developed in order to examine the abilities of non-English speakers to use the English language. One of these tests, which puts an emphasis on using English in everyday working activities is Test of English for International Communication or TOEIC.


The GMAT exam is an exam organized by the Graduate Management Admission Council. This exam is basically conducted to undergo a detailed study of a student's applicability for an MBA program at a standard management institute.


The TOEFL exam is for some people a hard exam to practice and pass successfully. I will in this small article look at how the TOEFL exam is build up. It might help you be prepared for it. And even to choose which kind of exam you want enter.


It seems like everyone is talking about the best way to prepare for IELTS. Do we need a study plan or not, how do we master the art of interview, what is a good IELTS essay, and so on. Well, aren't we forgetting something? What about the mental aspect? IELTS, like many other similar tests, requires psychological preparation not less (and may be even more) than good solid studying.