Friday, July 21, 2017

3 Dumb Mistakes to Avoid in the Writing Module of PTE

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When it comes to PTE Academic exam (Pearson Test of English), where the Speaking, Listening, as well as Reading modules seem to be a cinch for people, the writing module has always received an aversion. And such reaction doesn’t come as too big surprise since this section calls for the presence of several skills at the same time - such as brainstorming different ideas, elaborating those ideas in a precise manner, and knowing spelling, grammar, plurals, and so on.
But howsoever difficult it may seem, it holds great importance. So let’s have a look at some of the silliest mistakes that students make in the PTE writing module here.

➤ Write Essay: It requires you to write an argumentative essay of 200-300 words within 20 minutes in response to a prompt. Your written essay is basically judged on your ability of organising and presenting ideas along with the other details to support your argument. 

The mistake people make in this section, doesn’t come while writing the exam - but way before it. It’s the lack of practice that can prove fatal in this exam. You cannot use up your time thinking too much. You have to practise a lot of different essays to get it done right as well as on time, in the exam.

➤ Summarize Written Text: This portion requires you to write a summary of a passage given to you within 10 minutes. It must be written in one sentence and should have no more than 75 words. Your summary will be judged on the basis of your quality and how precisely you present the vital points of the passage. 
The mistake that students make here, is similar to the one they make in an essay. Not enough practice can again have you put this section in jeopardy. More than the essay, it’s this section that requires you to think really fast, and that can only be acquired through practising a lot.

➤ Spellings, Grammar, and Punctuation: A sentence loses its meaning if it doesn’t include the proper punctuation marks. You have to be very careful with your commas, semicolons, colons, hyphens, full-stops, and such. The confusion over where to insert your punctuations is an extremely common problem, and you would need to get rid of it before your exam. 

The other common mistakes are those related to grammar. The do-does, has-have, a-an-the, and all such dilemmas are seen so frequently in PTE exam answers, that students should prepare for this whole module, starting with these concepts only. last, but not the least, please avoid making spelling mistakes. 
Know and understand words carefully while you prepare for this exam, and make sure you practise enough to not spell the words wrong in there.

Let’s face it; it’s not easy being a non-native speaker to write concise and impressive essay unless one has followed an aggressive practise schedule, and PTE writing module is no exception to this rule.

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About the Author

Dharmendra Patel

Dharmendra Patel is a registered migration agent and director at Aussizz Group, a leading immigration and education consultancy having presence in Australia, India and UAE. For over 7 years, the consultancy has been serving people with quality services and support in all the areas of migration to Australia, Professional Year Program and IELTS and PTE coaching.

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