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    (Original post by lalaland09)
    you are very welcome here in rio! undergrad!. probably manchester, you never know, london is overcrowded

    I'm really sorry about venezuela, it is sad and i know its beautiful, I've never been there but i have friends who have gone to the beaches and they say that they are stunning
    Thanks!! Yes I considered London but I got 7 in ielts overall but 6 in writing, and all unis in London that had the program in forensic psychology that is what I want, asked for at least 6.5 in writing in the ielts.. so other cities. I hope you get the score you need in the ielts, what's your aiming?


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    Thanks!! Yes I considered London but I got 7 in ielts overall but 6 in writing, and all unis in London that had the program in forensic psychology that is what I want, asked for at least 6.5 in writing in the ielts.. so other cities. I hope you get the score you need in the ielts, what's your aiming?


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    I'm looking to get a 7 overall and the rest, i`ve been studying for months! its not that I'm not confident of my english but is really different to talk and write that taking a test, and even more the academic module
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    (Original post by lalaland09)
    I'm looking to get a 7 overall and the rest, i`ve been studying for months! its not that I'm not confident of my english but is really different to talk and write that taking a test, and even more the academic module
    Yeah I know what you mean. I can advice you to practice academic writing, there is an American page, chegg.com that has amazing tutors for this preparation if you want. Practice the charts and graphs.


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    Oh and the listening! You may understand evything in movies but the listening it's hard, in YouTube there are real listening ielts tests


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    Yeah I know what you mean. I can advice you to practice academic writing, there is an American page, chegg.com that has amazing tutors for this preparation if you want. Practice the charts and graphs.


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    What about speaking? was it hard?
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    (Original post by lalaland09)
    What about speaking? was it hard?
    I was quite nervous about the speaking, but it was by far the easiest. I thought it was question after question, but not, it was like a conversation
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    it probably depends on the interviewer of course, but the people who took the test the same day I did, said the same about the interview. And it is only 15 minutes..
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    I would avoid to be too chatty, try to use big words, remember it's your time to show yourself
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    (Original post by TagridS)
    I would avoid to be too chatty, try to use big words, remember it's your time to show yourself
    I see.. thank you very much Tagrid! you've been really really helpful
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    I see.. thank you very much Tagrid! you've been really really helpful
    You're very welcome leo, happy to help


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    hola! puedo intender mucho pero no puedo hablar o escribir bien

    necessito apprender gramatica!
    I can understand bits of that simply by knowing a little French.
 
 
 
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