With news all around about changes in PTE scores, test-takers are left to deal with many confusions that are scaring them even more. You might also come across this and start panicking if you have recently taken the PTE Exam and plan to study or settle abroad.
The problem with most test-takers is that they do not get into the details of the PTE Exam format. For them, it is just a computer-based exam that assesses your English skills in a 3-hour long exam with questions from 20 different tasks.
The Listening Module of the PTE Academic Test can prove to be quite tricky, especially for those of Asian descent.
Myths often Mislead. And along with a lot of tips & tricks and unauthentic practice materials, there are certain myths about PTE Exam that are doing the rounds on the internet. Guess what? There are chances that PTE test takers may believe them and it might affect their score.
The PTE-A Exam requires an aspirant to study professionally and systematically, instead of wasting time in random practice.
The PTE Writing Section is not as easy as it seems. There are instances where native English speakers have failed to clear the tasks. And often aspirants are found looking for the tips. Still, many of them keep on getting confused about the right and helpful tips and waste a lot of time.