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    PTE 79+ Techniques,  PTE Reading Tips

    PTE Reading Fill in the Blanks Tips/Superb Strategy

    In PTE reading fill in the blanks task, the question type is drag and drop. You need to choose the correct word and fill into the blanks. The one question type is drag and drop fill in the blank’s in the PTE Reading section. In the PTE reading exam, you will get up to 4 to 5 paragraphs of fill in the blanks question. The PTE reading fill in the blank’s paragraph length can be of 80 to 90 words having 5 to 6 blanks in it. How Do You Score 90 in PTE Reading Fill in the Blank? For every correct answer, you will get 1 credit and for…

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    PTE 79+ Techniques,  PTE Speaking Tricks

    Speaking Tips & Tricks For PTE Repeat Sentence

    Pearson Test of English is the exam to test the ability of a non-native speaker to know the level of English language. PTE exam is designed so meticulously that all the aspects of learning the new language are covered. PTE repeat sentence tests your ability of how you adapt the language and how well you understand the language. Studies show that the ability to repeat the sentence tells how an individual is learning that particular language. One can mimic up to 3 to 4 words. But it is really hard to mimic the sentence and repeat exactly the same if you don’t understand the language. To improve the PTE repeat…

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    PTE Writing Tips

    Tips & Tricks for PTE Summarize Written Text – Easiest Writing Strategy

    PTE summarize written text is always been a notorious topic when it comes to the writing section. Many times we come across the student, who always get demotivated because of the Summarize written text. Summarizing 200 to 250 words passage into 70 to 75 words seems really a tedious task and that too in 10 minutes. Phewwwww Stiff Mountain to climb isn’t it? Don’t worry, stay tills the end and you will feel like “A walk in the park”. Firstly, let’s look at the question prompt type that what Pearson is asking from the test taker. Your response must be between 5 and 75 words so check the word count…

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