First of all, keep in mind that at this critical moment, you should not grind to learn "new" things, you should be the most knowledge and skills you already have. To do this:
The first fully familiar with every part of the module (listening, reading, writing and speaking). It is very important. For example
How many sections, each module is?
How many questions are there in each section?
How much time is allowed for each module and the individual components of this module?
What is expected of candidates?
What is the answer sheet look like?
I'll take the time to transfer answers to a sheet (eg, listening to the module) or not (such as reading the module.
It is imperative to things, and unfortunately many of the candidates to spend time on other things while ignoring completely. If you do not know what on paper seems likely that you could see the panic in the first day of the exam. If you already know what the "pattern" of paper, you can feel comfortable trying questions.
The second you have heard, "Practice makes perfect", and rightly so. In practice, the brain prepares the real thing, the IELTS test. The more you expose yourself to the actual test material, the more they become familiar with, the more your mind to adapt to a more "comfortable" you feel when you try the real litmus test for the big day. So, in practice, IELTS recent work whole-heartedly, and will soon begin to feel the difference.
Third Trains also has other important advantages: it shows you more information and to "improve" their existing knowledge. So, in practice IELTS papers, when you encounter new and difficult words and write their own diary or journal, and to investigate their role is to give new impetus to their vocabulary. So is like killing two birds with one stone. For the practical exam papers to build a word over time. (Otherwise, you may want to build your word power!)
After the fourth practice, also not useful phrases and sentences, which you should be able to use their writing in writing the module. Remember, idioms and sayings (like killing two birds with one stone, or should say, or to build an apple a day keeps the doctor away, etc.) are universal. "Anyone" can be used idioms and phrases in their writing! Make a sentence or phrase, you are right and you know how to use them correctly!
When you spend that time in the fifth try to complete the test within a time schedule. When you start preparing, you should do all of the modules at a time. Make one module at a time, but try to stay within a certain time. This will prepare you for trying to term the book a great day.
The sixth practice IELTS papers, check your answers and give a fair indication (but only then do the test). This not only gives you a clear picture of where you stand, how much effort you have taken, but also allows you to monitor your progress and give you a feeling of success when you better! It is a huge motivation. It must try!
As the seventh time is very important that everywhere and anywhere learning arena. Confused? Do not be. You can read a newspaper every day, or at least different articles on the Internet. What most of them. After reading ask yourself. What was it? Was it well written? How does it benefit me? Or simply, I like it? If it is possible to write ideas on your calendar, or write a document in MS, you can even write an e-mail and share with friends. Then again, you can listen to the radio or the message (in English), to increase learning. Try to focus on what was said. Find important information about only the daily news. Try to write a summary of important news, or trying to talk with a friend. You can even record a tape recorder or mobile phone. This debate will improve the strength and will give you the confidence to speak fluently.
Eighth, it improves your concentration span. Longer you can concentrate on the target, greater chance of success. Do not bother, when you sit in to investigate. Keep away from entertainment education, work and other matters, especially when the training papers. Try to make conditions in near real-time exam conditions as possible, especially when approaching day of the test.
Ninth Use all the practical tactics to try IELTS (practical exam, or the real test). Read and meaning, underline key words in the corridors, and to understand things better, to write clearly, use accurate grammar, if possible (as you know), do not waste your time on one question, go to the next, you can always come back to it. If you have too much time on one question, you should allow time to respond to other questions are answered, you probably know well. So use the time effectively, it is expensive, especially in testing.
Tenth Take plenty of rest and eat a balanced diet. Do not neglect your health test preparation. Health is wealth, after all. (Another useful phrase for you). So do not stay too late, study, or "watching TV" or "surfing the Internet just in vain ', rest, sleep well and see the difference. You will be pleasantly surprised at how well you know and how ready for exam preparation and the actual exam, when you are rested and slept well. Do not take it for granted and do not ignore your own well-being at any cost. It is important to do the test.