PTE Academic

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Monday, 19 April 2010

19 Take notes of the key words only

When you listen and take notes using the Erasable Noteboard Booklet and pen, focus on the key words. You won’t have time to write down every word you hear, or to write complete sentences. If you quickly note just the key words of the main points, your notes will be more helpful.


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Important Test Tips

* Do
Use correct punctuation for writing tasks: full stops, capital letters, commas, etc
Answer the question. If the question asks you to write or speak about sport, write or speak about ‘sport’ NOT ‘science’
Keep strictly within the word limit given for writing tasks
Respond quickly and keep speaking during speaking tasks. The microphone will close after 3 seconds of silence and stop recording

* Don’t
Write ENTIRELY in capital letters. Only use capitals when needed: at the beginning of sentences, names, etc
Click Next (N) before you have completed the task and are ready to move on