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Skip to 0 minutes and 5 seconds[NON-ENGLISH] My name is Elaine Wang. I took IELTS exam 6 years ago for applying in universities in UK and the US. And 6.5 is my final grade. My college was in Philadelphia. And right now I'm doing my master degree in public relations and corporate communications in New York. I have two tips for the exam. First, before exam, do more practice. Second, on exam, be confident. Hi, everyone. [NON-ENGLISH] My name is Nahal, and I took my IELTS exam in January, 2007. And I got a band score of 9, which made me incredibly happy. I now work as a researcher at Cambridge University.

Skip to 0 minutes and 48 secondsAnd my top tip for IELTS would be, well, for me, the best thing was to practise as much as possible. I took all the IELTS practice exams. But also, I read a lot. I love reading, and I think that really helped with my performance on the test. Good luck.

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