1. Get the best PTE coaching
During my 6-year PTE coaching, I have seen English native speakers attending my class who scored only 50 in their speaking while preparing for the test by themselves. So if you do not know how to do the test, you may end up missing points in the same skill over and over again.
2. Practice makes perfect
Once you know the tricks and the templates, then practice is the name of the game. This test is about habit formation. Find a good PTE practice website and form those habits.
3. Prioritize your practice time
In the PTE test, speaking attracts the highest points. In the speaking section, Repeat Sentence is the most important item throughout the test. The second most important item is Write from Dictation of the listening section.
4. Do standardized PTE mock tests weeks before your PTE test
A good PTE mock test will give you a rough estimate of what your strongest and weakest points are. There are many PTE mock tests out there. Even the one provided by Pearson has no resemblance to their real one. In terms of content it is close, but not in terms of appearance. And the score you get is not an indicator of what you are going to get in the real test. Our free PTE mock test is very close to the real PTE test in terms of content and appearance. Your PTE score report will be ready right at the end of our PTE mock test. It is also a good indicator of what score you are going to get in your real PTE test.
Need more information?
For learning the tricks of how to ace the PTE academic test, and for doing a free scored PTE mock test and practicing real PTE materials on our PTE practice platform, visit our website at www.thepte.com, where you can also book a free online PTE coaching with one of our Melbourne-based expert PTE trainers via the zoom app.