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Interpreting Process Diagram   In IELTS , process diagram is a less common but still very important task type as students are required to use specific language to interpret the relevant information. In this task type, the steps are shown through visual information.   The process may be natural or man-made.     Here are some tips to interpret this task type correctly to get high band score.   •The initial thing to decide about a process diagram is the tense usage: if the chart includes a natural process, use present indefinite tense but if it is a man-made process, then, write it in present passive tense as in a man-made process the emphasize is on steps not on the person conducting the process. •The second thing to decide is the use of connectors to make the task coherent. In this kind of chart students should use sequential connectors.  Some commonly used sequential connectors are: First, Next, Then, After that, Following this, Late
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Professional Tips and Techniques of GMAT One of the section included in GMAT is Critical Reasoning. There are certain types of questions and in order to solve those questions, the technique followed is:- Always read question prior reading to an argument.   Also, analyze the type of question before solving these questions. Types of Question There are roughly 7 types of question.   1.   Assumption Questions:- These questions ask students to identify the unstated piece information that must be true for the author’s evidence to lead to their conclusion.  Remember, that the right answer will be information, that if it were not true, would cause the author’s argument to no longer make sense.   2.      Strengthen Questions :- Strengthen questions require an answer choice that makes the argument more likely to be true.  You want to find a new piece of evidence that provides support for the argument’s main point.   3.      Weaken Quest

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Important tips to describe where things are in maps and where changes have occurred W hile describing a map of writing task 1 which is for academic students, students have to describe the changes where directions are an integral part of the task. Most students find it easy to use words like ‘to the left’ and ‘to the right ‘for describing directions but a better way is to use ‘north’, ‘south’, ‘east’ and ‘west’. Students can draw the symbols on the question paper if they are not already there. Examples : ·         The forest to the south of the river was cut down. ·         A golf course was constructed to the north of the airport. ·         The houses in the south-west of the town were demolished. ·         The green fields to the north-west of the city were redeveloped as a park. ·         The airport in the centre of the city was relocated to the north-east of the river. ·         The school to the south-east was knocked down and a new one built to the east o

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Tips for improving your Spoken English One cannot deny the fact that learning English, nowadays, has become the necessity for every age group.   It has become a trend these days to communicate in English in every field. English as an international language has been given a priority to interact with the people while working in daily routine. Speaking English allows a person to broaden his knowledge and avail different opportunities around the world. People around the world are learning English these days as it is the mode of communication which is acceptable worldwide. One may find it difficult to communicate one does not get suitable environment to practice his speaking skills.. Communicating in English will not only gives you the confidence but also opens the door for you to grab worldwide opportunities. Students can pursue their further studies in the best universities around the world. Moreover, they can start their career in the multinational companies and can improve