- PTE Live Workshop Day 1 – Introduction to All Question Types
- Fountainhead Prep’s PTE Sunday Learning Session – Week 2
- Fountainhead Prep’s PTE Sunday Learning Session – Week 3
- Fountainhead Prep’s PTE Sunday Learning Session – Week 4
- Fountainhead Prep’s PTE Sunday Learning Session – Week 5
- Fountainhead Prep’s PTE Sunday Learning Session – Week 6
INTRODUCTION TO PTE
For any individual starting PTE-A exam preparation, most important aspect is to understand the overall PTE-A exam structure and know their your current preparation level. Exam is divided into 4 sections that appear in the following order: Speaking and Writing (combined), Reading and Listening. It is a forward-moving exam, i.e. neither is there an option of choosing which section to attempt first, nor an option of going back to reattempt a question.
Our video covers PTE-A exam’s each section & question type in detail.
PTE PREPARATION PATHWAY
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Keeping this in mind, we tell this to all our students – “Learn, Practice & Achieve”
Watch this short video to clearly understand how to prepare efficiently and achieve your PTE target score in the first attempt.
In this section, the speaking skills are tested on the candidate’s ability to speak English in an academic setting. Speaking and Writing section together is allotted 77-93 minutes in total. Since this section is a combination of speaking and writing skills, it is the longest section, which carries the maximum weightage of points. Practicing for the question types of this section can help a candidate boost up the PTE results.
Why PTE Speaking is really important
How to score 90 in PTE Speaking
PTE Speaking - Read Aloud
PTE Speaking - Repeat Sentence
PTE Speaking - Describe Image
PTE Speaking - Retell Lecture
In this section, writing skills are tested on the basis of the responses of the candidates to the questions. Correct vocabulary, grammar and spelling are also tested in the written section.
Since Speaking and Writing section together involve question types that test all the four communicative skills (Speaking, Writing, Reading and Listening), one needs to be absolutely sure about her/his ability of handling all these question types. It always helps to attempt a sample test and understand your comfort level in handling all these question types.
PTE - Writing components
PTE - Write from dictation
PTE Writing - Reading and Writing FIB
PTE Writing - Listening FIB
PTE Writing - Summarize Written Text
pte writing - write essay
PTE Writing - Summarize Spoken Text
PTE Writing - Help
The second section, the Reading section is timed for a total of 32-40 minutes. No question type in this section is timed separately. The different question types in the reading section assess the reading comprehension and logical ability of the test taker. The candidate needs to read and understand the questions. To increase the difficulty level of the test, the options are sometimes confusing and tricky.
Reading Components of PTE
PTE Reading - MCSA - Multiple Choice Single Answer
PTE Reading - MCMA - Multiple Choice Multiple Answer
PTE Reading - RoP - Reorder Paragraph
PTE reading - reading fib
Improve your Reading skills - Reference Websites
Listening Section mostly require the candidate to listen to the instructions, understand the questions and deliver the correct responses. The listening section can be a little more challenging than the rest when it comes to the question types. Whereas in the reading section, the passage can be seen multiple times, in the listening section, the audio recordings can only be listened to, once.