Scoring an 8 or a 9 in the IELTS test is a nightmare for most Vietnamese. Actually, they consider  it an impossible achievement so they have settled for a six and at best  seven. Together, let us see why students in Vietnam don’t score high in the IELTS.

  1. Like said earlier, they  consider it an impossibility. They think English is difficult and complex so getting six or seven band score is an outstanding achievement.

  2. Affinity for Vietnamese is a stumbling block to learning English. Most students easily slide into speaking Vietnamese when faced with difficulty. Secondly, they only speak English during lessons. To be proficient in English, make an effort to speak frequently.

  3. Most centres offer limited time for study so students are faced with either skipping class or attending class, feeling exhausted from a busy day. Either way, the learners end up not understanding the  lesson hence poor results.

  4.  Majority of the available institutions offer only theoretical teaching. This is just one teaching method out of the three effective teaching methods. Students are left on their own leading to low scores in the IELTS test.

  5. One of the most important aspects of teaching which is quality control and proper administration is sub-standard in many institutions. The quality of teachers, and proper management of students is directly proportional to the quality of results achieved.

However, enumerating these problems would be useless if we do not discuss how to score high in the IELTS. If you would like to know how to score high in the IELTS, click here.

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