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“I miss some key words in the answer”
“I understand the content but I’m not sure if I get the right answer.”
“When checking the answers, there’s always some difference in expression between the model answer and my answer"
“I want to polish my skills in preparation and answering questions"
"When there's something I don't know how to spell, I often misspell it and miss the mark. What should I do in this situation?"
Does this sound like you? Sometimes you write down what you hear from the recording, but you missed the key point of the questions so you missed the keywords in the answers.
Listening involves quite a lot of steps, and in each step of the way, there are lots of strategies that can help you.
- Preparation: anticipating ahead of time what the key points may be; understanding what’s required in the question and thus what is required in the answer
- While listening: recognizing the development of ideas, not just individual words, because when the speaker elaborates and summarises, he may be extending the ideas or he may be simply paraphrasing—repeating the same idea with different words—knowing the difference can help you decide what to write down, and avoid writing down an answer that is slightly different from the modal answer
- Comprehension: You have to know how much detail is needed, and whether you need to write down the main point, or the elaboration, and distinguish between elaboration and conclusion
- Strategic listening: knowing what to listen for so you can decide which point is the main point accurately and quickly;
- Spelling--something you need really if you don't want to you lose marks. What should you do if there is a word you don't know how to spell? (Hint: not doing it phonetically!)
That’s why I think strategies are very important. With the right strategies, you can
- understand the question thoroughly so that you know what kind of answer the question expects; and therefore identify the material from the recording that is relevant to the question being asked
- use the preparation time to predict what the question expects from your answer and what kind of key word may indicate the coming of the key points
- be acquainted with the LPAT question types and what kind of info does the question type require you to provide
- jotting down the words quickly with professional speedwriting skills commonly used for journalists or secretaries
A 4-page note that contains lots of useful tips for the exam, for example: 9 question types, tricks to score points, traps to avoid, common mistakes, and strategies to tackle different types of questions.
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A lot of tips based on LPAT listening past paper, including tricks to score points, traps to avoid, common mistakes, and strategies to tackle different types of questions.
Some tips apply to DSE.
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