In the PTE writing section, candidates have to use decent vocabulary to express their ideas better. While attempting this section, candidates must spell words correctly to get a better score. Candidates attempting the PTE exam aren’t by default supposed to be native English speakers. To score better in the PTE writing section, candidates should focus on keywords and use them accordingly. Many editing software these days uses autocorrect features to check the candidates’ spelling abilities. Focusing on spelling will also improve your vocabulary skills. This blog will tell you about the most repeated spellings in the PTE exam.
|Exam Name||PTE Exam|
|Full Form||Pearson Test of English|
|Conduction Body||Pearson PLC Group|
|Sections||Speaking and WritingReadingListening|
|Application Fee||INR 15,900|
|Score Range||10-90 Points|
PTE Vocabulary Spelling Tests
To improve a candidate’s vocabulary skills and word spelling, there are many vocabulary practice tests available online which will surely help you in scoring better marks in the PTE exam. Some of these practice tests are on the official website of Pearson PLC Group, which is the conducting body of the PTE exam. Inside these practice tests, there are 1000+ words; almost all of them have been repeated more than once in the PTE exam.
While attending the PTE Writing section, you don’t have to attend to all the questions, but you have to make sure the questions you are attempting to answer should be correct so that there are no negative markings. These practice tests will help you gain confidence in the PTE Writing section.
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Most Repeated Spellings in the PTE exam
Here is a list of some of the most repeated spellings or words in the PTE exam with their meaning.
|1||Accumulation||The process of gradually getting more and more|
|2||Application||A formal request for something|
|3||Appreciation||Recognizing the good qualities of someone|
|4||Architecture||The art and study of designing a building|
|5||Commissioner||A member of a commission|
|6||Communicable||Somebody or something can pass on to others|
|7||Communicate||To exchange or share information, news, etc.|
|8||Configuration||Arrangement of some parts or groups of parts|
|9||Conservative||Opposed to sudden or significant social change|
|10||Considerably||A lot; much; more|
|11||Construction||Process of building something|
|12||Carbohydrate||It’s a food which provides body energy and heat|
|13||Development||The steady growth of something or someone|
|14||Disappointment||Upset because of the outcome of an action|
|15||Explanation||A fact or reason why something occurred|
|16||Geographical||Physical features of a place|
|17||Inconclusive||Not leading to a definite result or conclusion|
|18||Instruction||Details information about using something|
|19||Instrumental||An important piece or part in making something|
|20||Insufficient||Not significant or important for a purpose|
|21||Neuroscience||Study of the brain and its functioning|
|22||Participant||A person taking part in an activity or event|
|23||Publication||The act of printing a book or magazine|
|24||Recollection||The ability to remember something|
|25||Scholarship||Money or financial aid for education support|
|26||Stationeries||Materials for writing and use in school or office|
|27||Surprisingly||In a way that causes a surprise|
|28||Technological||Connected with technology|
|39||University||An institution for higher education|
|30||Unemployment||A person without a job|
Candidates applying for the PTE exam will have to pay INR 15,900 (inclusive taxes). This payment is non-refundable. If the candidate has provided any false information, the candidate’s application will be rejected and the application fee is to be paid again to complete the PTE exam application process.
Both PTE and IELTS exams are conducted to test candidates’ four fundamental skills; Writing, Reading, Speaking and Listening. Without sufficient preparation, neither of these exams is easy. The only difference between these exams is their mode of examination and their pattern.
There is no such thing as passing marks in the PTE exam. The PTE exam score ranges from 10-90 points. A good PTE score varies between 60-75. This score will be sufficient to get you admission to some of the best universities in the world.
Candidates or students applying for the PTE exam should be at least 16+ years of age. There is no upper age limit for the PTE exam. Also, candidates in the age group of 16-18 years must submit parental consent in advance.
The PTE exam is conducted with the object of testing a candidate’s four fundamental skills in the English language; Writing, Speaking, Reading and Listening. To get a good score, all the sections are equally important and so is the marks distribution of this exam.
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