What is Goherenext? Here is My Review

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I’m sure that you have heard the radio commercials talking about GoHereNext.com as the new can’t miss home based business opportunity. The website landing page where you directed to asks you to enter your info and says that you’re about to learn about a guy who built four billion-dollar companies and is about to build his fifth billion-dollar company. What they are actually marketing is Shaklee a well know manufacturer of premium nutrition, personal care and homecare products. The miracle business builder behind this new business opportunity is Roger Barnett, the current CEO of Shaklee. The company has been around for about 50 years and they are considered to be the number 1 nutrition company in the United States. Their business opportunity is based on a Multi Level Marketing business model. Similar to the very successful AMWay and Fuller Brush business opportunities to name a few that have been around for years. In this particular business model you become a distributor for the companies products where you will sell the products while working to bring on other new distributors to be part of your own down line. You make a commission on what you sale and also the sales of each of your down line members. The key to success here is to build a solid team of people who are motivated to both sell the product and build their own down line. If you are a good sales person and you don’t mind approaching people to sell a product you can generate a good income with this type of business model. There are many people making good money using the Multi Level Marketing business model which has been around for decades, but there are also a lot of people that don’t do well in this type of business opportunity.

I do think that this type of business opportunity will work for some people but is not for everyone. You need to understand that it takes time, generally 3 – 5 years of steady effort to build a solid down-line that will allow you to make a steady income. The key to success is to be able to successfully market your business and products. One way to do this is by using good Internet Marketing techniques and strategies. Please make sure that before you invest in any online or home based business that you do the proper research necessary to give you all the information.

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The Secrets Hidden in Braid

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Tim has screwed up big time. A mistake so bad that now he has to rescue his princess from an evil monster. But of course he has to traverse many different worlds, risking life and limb for the sake of his love. Once you have completed a world new, worlds open up. The story, told through a series of books as sort of story pusher before each of the six worlds, relays Tim’s inner thoughts and struggle eating away at him.

In the Xbox Arcade game Braid you play as this saddened but ever true hero Tim. In this primarily puzzle action game there are many puzzles that are just as hard to implement as they are to solve.

Most of these games don’t have cheat codes because as soon as you figure out how the puzzle works a new puzzle forms in how you plan to execute getting through it. But there are things you can do to see more of the story.

Unlock World 1 and the Epilogue

In the house in the beginning of the game where the level select area is, there is a broken ladder that leads to the attic. This needs be fixed. To repair this ladder, you must find all 60 puzzle pieces that await you in each level, and assemble each world’s jigsaw puzzle in the puzzle mini-game. Once this is done, the ladder will be restored. Now you can climb up. When you go through the door to you will be in World 1. Beat World 1, and you will be taken directly to the Epilogue. You can now return to at any time after its finished by walking left from the title screen, into an off-screen alcove.

Unlock Final Star and secret ending

Throughout the game, there are 7 secret stars. If you collect them all, the 8th and final star will appear in the last level; when this happens, some of the switches in the level will become immune to time manipulation, allowing you to reach the star as well as changing the outcome of the chase.

Hidden Texts in Epilogue

Aside from the last, each room in the Epilogue has at least one object that you can stand behind. If you have the red book on that screen open and the text of it is displayed in the air, standing behind these objects in the proper location will cause a sound to play and the text to change, revealing more information. If you open a green book, the red book will close and the text will disappear, so you will need to use time manipulation to see all 4 of these secret writings.

Now that you know what you need to do and want to find out how to go through the game, and suggestions of how to get all of the puzzle pieces, or how to find all of the secret stars to access the secret ending, but you can find walkthroughs, forums and other hints at: xboxcheatcodes.

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5 Tips For Super Macro Photography

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Let us take it from the basics of what super macro photography is. Super macro is referred to the photographing of subjects at a ratio of more than 1:1. Normal macro is when we shoot at 1:1 magnification ratio, that is the 1mm of the subject is produced on the sensor as 1mm. Now super macro photography is when we represent 1mm on the subject as more than 1mm on the sensor.

What does super macro photography do?

The photographs become so detailed that you can compare them to looking at an object through a microscope. These photographs have vivid detail of the miniature world. Commercially they are required for text books journals etc. They are also used in advertisements and such promotional materials. Most importantly it allows the photographer to capture a world that is not seen with the naked eye.The image below shows a super macro of a leaf.

How is it done ?

There are mainly four ways that photographers achieve this type of photography.

Super Macro Lens

The easiest and best results are go with using a Macro lens that provides more than 1:1 ratios, a good example would be Canon MP-E 65 mm f/2.8. This lens lets you take up to 5:1 macros. The above said lens is a manual focus lens and costs nearly 900$. More advance lens costs even more.

Diopters on normal macro lens

Another easier method is to use diopters or closeup filters on 1:1 macro lens. This will let u go closer and thus obtain higher magnification. The results will not be as impressive but this is definitely cheaper than buying a lens. This option also reduces number of equipment needed to be carried. The magnification achieved is limited.

Reversing

This is done by reversing ,preferably, a wide angle lens in front of a longer lens. This yields better results than diopters and comparable to dedicated lens but some times results in reduced functionalities like lack of auto focus and so on. This method can yield very high magnification. There will be problems of vignetting in some combinations.

Bellows

This involves loading the lens on a below or using extension tube. Bellows allow variable adjustment but limits mobility. Bellows reduce the amount of light available as the length increases. This is a less preferred methods but some photographers working in studios prefer this method, as they can control the lighting and they don’t need mobility.

Now to the 5 tips:-

1. DOF:- Super macro means super importance to DOF, this means u will need to either make really tough decision on where to focus. The fact that most of these setups reduce total light will make it more difficult to working at higher f-stops. One method would be to take multiple images with varying areas in focus and combine them to get the desired image.

2. Lighting:- Most of the above setups will reduce total light available thus, artificial lighting is very important in super macro photography. Use external flashes, it will be convenient to use a ring flash. If there is more light to work with the image can be captured much better. This means that investing in a good lighting device will be worth every penny.

3. Stability:- The high amounts of magnification means that you will need very high stability, this means you will need a very steady tripod for one. The setup is very sensitive due to the high magnification so you will benefit from using a remote release. Another feature you will benefit from would be live view to increase stability.

4. Subject:- Live insects will not make good subject for super macro simply because they keep moving. Good subjects would be dead insects and other such subjects that will not move. Flowers and their interiors make very interesting subjects too. Small stone , twigs etc also have a lot of story to tell. Remember that the possibilities in the miniature world is limitless there are so many things that we can capture, but as mention before lighting is very important.

5. Perspective:- As in any type of photography perspective is important in super macros also. The angle the framing everything counts. When working at high magnification it can be a very precise maneuver that sets it right or makes it all wrong.

The possibilities are limitless so keep in mind these tips and start experimenting.

Some samples of what can be done : –

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Samsung Galaxy S4 – The New Star In The Galaxy!

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Samsung! A brand that singlehandedly changes the landscape of global smart phone market. Ask any mobile phone expert about the market without Samsung and you’d get a clod look. Quite frankly, the South Korean manufacturer has had a far-reaching impact not only on the fringe players but also on the big brands by forcing them to think and rethink their product and positioning strategies.

Samsung’s blitz Krieg of Marketing and product launches took everyone by surprise few years back. Before many realized, Samsung had firmly placed its grip on the Smart Phone market. If most industry reports are to be believed and followed, Apple is in for a tough fight due to Samsung while HTC, Sony, Nokia and even the great Blackberry are trying to catch-up with some of the key ground that they’ve lost to Samsung.

The latest launches from Samsung, the Samsung Galaxy S4 are an intriguing offering. Though many would find it hard to distinguish between the Galaxy S3 and S4, the S4 is surely and advanced version of the S3 and has a lot to offer to its ever expanding consumer base. The one change that most people were expecting and were disappointed was in the body of Galaxy S4. The plastic-like appearance of the Galaxy S3 walks in rebranded with the Galaxy S4.

The full HD AMOLED screen is fast becoming a signature mark for Galaxy S4. The Galaxy S4 works to the advantage of the consumer with improved looks and screen resolution. The body is smaller and thinner as compared to the Galaxy S3. At 5 inches the phone certainly has a longer display surface as compared to its competitors like the HTC One and Sony Xperia Z. however; the resolution hardly gets distorted thanks to the pan-viewing angle of the device.

The 1.6 GHz processor with a 2 GB RAM is a decent combination. Though, HTC One and Sony Xperia Z houses better processors, the Galaxy S4’s processor gets the job done for the Jelly bean Android OS. Samsung is good at packing small innovations with high impact on the users. With the Galaxy S4, the new Smart Stay technology claims to ad an intuitive feel to user experience. It tracks the eyeball movement of the user and pause the videos on gaze.

The internet browsing experience is taken to a whole new level. A 2600 MaH battery powering the Galaxy S4 supports the device positively. A 13 MPa rare camera works well to its favour but the front camera is frankly a disappointment. The internal and external memory is not a cause of concern in any of the high end smart phones, and Galaxy S4 is not an exception to the same.

Samsung has invested heavily in the marketing campaigns and strongly favoured a guerrilla marketing strategy for most of its launches. Having set the benchmark quite high with the galaxy S3, the galaxy S4’s pre-launch hype certainly created a lot of anticipation around the seemingly feature-rich phone. But, what eventually turned out was a (comparatively) dismal show from a phone that was set to revolutionize the smart phone market and drive the fringe elements of Sony, LG and HTC out of the competition. Instead, Galaxy S4 has provided them an opportunity to come back and strike Samsung hard by making a dent in its market share.

Samsung is quick to learn from its mistakes. It definitely would have sensed the mood after the galaxy S4’s launch. With the HTC One and Sony Xperia Z knocking hard on their doors, Blackberry gearing up with Z10 and Q10, Samsung’s investments in R&D will have to be ramped up and complemented with smart product features. A long standing complaint about the ‘plastic-feel’ in Samsung Galaxy series has to be addressed in its next version. Especially with the competitors edging them up.

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Essential Oils Restore Voice

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I always refer to essential oils as God’s little miracles. They have helped me on so many occasions. Here is a case study of one such occasion when I was able to help a young mother have her voice restored.

Teresa is a married, 36 year old mother of two children, ages 5 and 13. She was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis three years ago. It has caused a lot of exhaustion and pain in her extremities. A little over a year ago, while she was living in Vancouver, she started having problems with her voice. She had had many bouts of sore throat, then one day she lost her voice for no apparent reason and she could hardly speak for two weeks, although her throat wasn’t sore at the time.

She saw her family doctor who referred her to an Ear, Nose and Throat specialist who said she had vocal nodules. They are compared to callouses on the hands. The nodules were large and organized and could be removed with laser. She was told it was a simple procedure.

She and her family were just in the throws of moving to California so she had to postpone surgery. Once settled in her new home, she returned to B.C. for the surgery.

The microscopic description stated “Sections A and B are similar showing benign squamous epithelium lining the mucosa. The submucosa shows myxoid degeneration and a few lymphocytes and eosinophils consistent with vocal chord nodules.”

She was advised to not speak for two weeks, which was extremely difficult for her with a young family to care for and a personality that likes to be expressed.

After returning home, her voice got worse and it was sometimes very painful to speak.

She saw an Ear, Nose and Throat specialist in California who told her vocal cord had been damaged by laser and was not likely to repair itself.

She went to a Voice Surgeon who said there was a treatment that might improve her voice a bit but it would take 3 to 4 months for any improvement.

I spoke with Teresa on the telephone and she was desperate. Her voice was scratchy, she could hardly speak and had to end the conversation quickly. My thought was, “Teresa has had enough to contend with, with the debilitating effects of M/S. What can I do to help her recapture her voice and ease her throat?”

I prepared a blend of frankincense, Boswellia carteri (soothing on mind and emotions), thyme, Thymus vulgaris (tonic, stimulant, anti-spasmodic), cypress, Cupressus sempervirens (general restorative of nervous system) and cajeput, Melaleuca cajeputi (laryngitis), and advised her to use it once a day, applied liberally over her throat and chest. I also sent her a bottle of pure sandalwood, Santalum album essential oil and told her to apply 1 or 2 drops to her throat twice a day.

The results were amazing! Within a few days Teresa’s voice was back and she has had no further problem with it. That’s over a year ago now.

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Numerology Compatibility With Life Path Number 2

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1 and 2:

The nice thing about this combination is that one will be a leader and another will be a follower. A 2 is often submissive to a 1 and may endeavor to change his or her entire life in order to be with the submissive 1. However although the 2 does not mind being the power behind the throne she or he may feel hurt by the 1’s total’s attention to his or her career.

It may also be quite hard for the 2 to understand why the 1 must include an entire community in his or her relationship. 2’s thrive on one on one interactions and the 1’s love the spotlight. The 2 may be a nest for the 1 only to find out that he or she is never home to enjoy it.

2 and 2:

These 2 understand each other completely. If there is any problem at all with the relationship it is that they may get too close and exclude the outside world altogether. However in general this is a perfect pairing in which to others the two lovers will seem like “two peas in a pod.” They are such soulmates that they may even look alike!

The only danger of this combination is codependency. One 2 will not leave another no matter how badly the other is behaving. The result can be an abusive relationship. This couple may be so devoted to each other that it is suffocating. Although infidelity is rare in these relationships, alcoholism and other problems are not. Two 2’s together may feel like they are somehow trapped together in a situation that will never have any resolution.

2 and 3:

If the 2 is devoted enough to the 3 then this relationship can work. Like the 1 relationship, the 2 has to settle for being in the background or just being the power behind the throne. However for this to work it must be understood completely that the 2 is working in the service of the 3 and otherwise does not have a life. As most 2’s love this type of devotion it can work quite well.

The main problem with this relationship is likely to be infidelity. A 3 finds it hard to settle down with just one person and most of them and may feel quite smothered by the 2. It is possible as well that the 2 may be slightly more in love with the 3 than vice versa. Furthermore the 2 may feel constantly threatened by the popularity and social invitations that seem to come naturally to a 3.

2 and 4:

A 4 usually leads a fairly challenging life and benefits greatly from the care of a loving 2. The 2 likes to have a mission when it comes to people and they make a good rescuer for the 4. This is good for the 4 who does not have to worry about being abandoned by the 2.

The upside for the 2 about being with a 4 is that they are so unfortunate in one way or another that the 2 never has to worry about the 2’s worst nightmare – infidelity. The 4 will always be too busy, too challenged or too needy to be unfaithful and others will not usually see the 4 partners as suitable.

2 and 5:

The 5 is not the best romantic combination as the 2 usually wants to make a nest and settle down and the 5 may be more into travel and adventure. Many 2’s may feel attracted to 5’s because they are so romantic and dashing but the problem is that the 5 is more destined to have a series of relationships rather than just 1 during the entire course of a life.

Although these two numbers get along, the 2 will often feel lonely as the 5 may never be at home. Furthermore a 5 may never be able to supply the 2 with the emotional reassurance that the relationship will last forever.

2 and 6:

This is not a bad combination as both numbers are very family oriented. This is definitely a pairing that can result in children and a happy marriage with a long line of descendents.

The problem with this combination is usually due to a family member that somehow serves to distract the 6 from his relationship with a 2. Usually this problem manifests as a needy ex-spouse that drains financial resources, an overbearing parent or a situation where the 2 and 6 are destined to live with the extended family. This does not make the 2 that happy because they like all of the focus to be on them.

2 and 7:

Although it does not seem like this relationship can work, it does sometimes. The introverted 7 often brings out the nurturer in the 2. The 2 may make drawing the often shy 7 out of his or her shell a life-long noble mission. Or the 2 may decide that it is worth sacrificing intimacy and emotional gratification in order to support a genius.

For the most part 2’s and 7’s really don’t get along that well as the 2 usually becomes impatient with the brilliant 7’s emotional retardation. The 7 may also feel that the 2’s reliance on feeling is too much or not be interested in the 2’s desire to have children.

2 and 8:

2’s and 8’s make great partners. This is because both are completely into the concepts of mating for life and building a foundation that will last a lifetime. The result of this union is usually wealth, health, prosperity and lots of children.

The only downside is that sometimes the 8 gets too busy to spend a lot of time with the 2 which can make the 2 feel lonely. An 8 may feel occasionally smothered by a 2 who is asking them to drop their ambitions for a few hours so the two can spend more quality time together.

1 and 9:

A 9 is a challenging relationship for a 2 mainly because a 9 is so self-absorbed that there is little room for the 2’s needs and concerns. Although a 9 is a spiritual number it can also signify a person who is moody, troubled and faced with a difficult path in life that in some ways qualifies it as more of a loner number.

Usually with a 2 and a 9 the 2 becomes some kind of phase in the 9’s life. Usually the thing that splits them up is some form of jealousy, addiction or codependency.

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Job Performance and Satisfaction

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Attempting to understand the nature of job satisfaction and its effects on work performance is not easy. For at least 50 years industrial/organizational psychologists have been wrestling with the question of the relationship between job satisfaction and job performance. Researchers have put a considerable amount of effort into attempts to demonstrate that the two are positively related in a particular fashion: a happy worker is a good worker. Although this sounds like a very appealing idea, the results of empirical literature are too mixed to support the hypothesis that job satisfaction leads to better performance or even that there is a reliable positive correlation between these two variables. On the other hand some researchers argue that the results are equally inconclusive with respect to the hypothesis that there is no such relationship. As a result of this ambiguity, this relationship continues to stimulate research and re-examination of previous attempts. This paper strives to describe the relation of job satisfaction and performance, keeping in mind the value this relation has for organizations.

Job satisfaction is a complex and multifaceted concept, which can mean different things to different people. Job satisfaction is usually linked with motivation, but the nature of this relationship is not clear. Satisfaction is not the same as motivation. “Job satisfaction is more an attitude, an internal state. It could, for example, be associated with a personal feeling of achievement, either quantitative or qualitative.” In recent years attention to job satisfaction has become more closely associated with broader approaches to improved job design and work organization, and the quality of working life movement.

The relationship between job satisfaction and performance is an issue of continuing debate and controversy. One view, associated with the early human relation’s approach, is that satisfaction leads to performance. An alternative view is that performance leads to satisfaction. However, a variety of studies suggest that research has found only a limited relationship between satisfaction and work output and offer scant comfort to those seeking to confirm that a satisfied worker is also a productive one. Labor turnover and absenteeism are commonly associated with dissatisfaction, but although there may be some correlation, there are many other possible factors. No universal generalizations about worker dissatisfaction exist, to offer easy management solutions to problems of turnover and absenteeism. The study suggests that it is primarily in the realm of job design, where opportunity resides for a constructive improvement of the worker’s satisfaction level.

Individual performance is generally determined by three factors. Motivation, the desire to do the job, ability, the capability to do the job, and the work environment, the tools, materials, and information needed to do the job. If an employee lacks ability, the manager can provide training or replace the worker. If there is an environmental problem, the manager can also usually make adjustments to promote higher performance. But if motivation is the problem, the manager’s task is more challenging. Individual behavior is a complex phenomenon, and the manager may not be able to figure out why the employee is not motivated and how to change the behavior. Thus, also motivation plays a vital role since it might influence negatively performance and because of its intangible nature.

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Fire Magic Grills

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One of the higher quality names in grills is Fire Magic. This company offers a full line of both cart type and built in grills for outdoor kitchens. There are some things to remember when considering purchasing a grill, particularly a high quality grill that is going to cost a fair bit of money.

First, if you are looking for a stainless steel grill, make sure you are dealing with 304 stainless steel grills. This is the grade of stainless that will not rust. These grills are warranted for life against rust and the reason the manufacturers can give you this warranty is because the type of steel they use simply will not accept rust on its surface.

All Fire Magic grills are made with 304 stainless, so rust is something you will not have to worry about. There are 3 lines of grills put out by this company. the main two lines are the Aurora and Echelon. The Aurora is sort of the base line version of the Echelon, although both grills start out with the same steel body. What accessories and features you want will determine which line of grills you decide to choose from.

The things the Echelon has standard that the Aurora does not are a smoker burner, lights inside the grill, separate heat zones, and a standard rotisserie package. You can get the rotisserie package as an option on an Aurora, but if you have a need for any of those other things you will want to go with the Echelon grill.

One of the nice things about the variety that Fire Magic offers is the varying sizes available. Not only are there varying widths of grill available, but this brand is available in different depths front to back. this can be very important when planning an outdoor kitchen because if you can have a shallower cabinet you may be able squeeze all the items on your wish list into the plan. If you area is very tight on space and you are only dealing with full depth grills, you might end up sacrificing something from that list.

With all the variations and options available, there is no doubt that you can find a fire Magic built in grill to suit both your budget and your needs.

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History of Percussion Instruments

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Anthropologists and historians repeatedly speculate that percussion instruments were the first musical apparatus ever came into being. But with the utmost certainty, the human voice was the first musical instrument, and surely, percussion tools such as feet, hands, rocks, sticks and logs came in second to the on-going evolution of music. When humans developed tools for hunting and agriculture, their knowledge along side with skill, enabled them to produce more complex tools. They use slit drum, made from a hollowed-out tree trunk. For instance, a simple log may have been shaped to generate louder tones (log drum) and may have been pooled to create numerous tones (set of log drums).

As time moved on, so is the evolution of percussion instruments. In the early 10th century, it was known that most tribes in Africa use sorts of percussions such as djembe, macaras used in Latin America, karimbas in Asia and seed rattles in Australia for their recreational and worship rituals and sometimes used in sending signals.

Percussion instruments that are displayed in orchestra first came from Asia Minor. In the 15th century, people began migrating east and brought with them numerous instruments. Our percussion instruments got their initial stages there, when the Crusades took back the drums that they found in the Middle East. From then on, evolution of percussion and drums kicked up a notch and assortments of percussion instruments came into being.

Percussion is categorized by a variety of criteria at times depending on their cultural origin, construction and function within musical orchestration. It is generally referred as ?the hearbeat? of a musical ensemble, often functioning close collaboration with bass instruments if present.

Drums and percussions as well as bass are known as the rhythm section of the most popular music genres. Most classical pieces written for an orchestra since the time of Mozart and Haydn are schemed to put emphasis on strings, brass and woodwinds. However, time and again they include a pair of timpani (kettle drums) although not played continuously. But moderately, they serve to offer additional accents when needed.

In the 18th and 19th centuries, more percussion instruments (like the cymbals or triangles) came to being and frequently, again moderately and cautiously played in general. The massive uses of percussion instruments become more recurrent in the 20th century, on classical music.

In almost all types of music, percussion plays a fundamental role. In a military parade, it is the strike of the bass drum that holds the soldiers in step and at a normal speed, and it is the snare that endows that crisp, vital air to the tune of a troop. In traditional jazz, one almost instantly thinks of the distinguishing rhythm of the hi-hats or the ride cymbal when the word “swing” is uttered. In more current popular music genres, it is almost impossible to name at least three or four rock, hip-hop, rap, funk, punk, techno, grunge, alternative and blues songs that don?t have some kind of percussive beat maintaining the tune in time.

Because of the mixture and wide assortments of percussive instruments, it is not unusual to find large musical gathering composed wholly of percussion. Rhythm, harmony and melody are all evident and alive in these musical factions, and in live performances they are quite a spectacle to see.

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What Is IELTS?

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Every year hundreds of thousands of people take an IELTS test, in order to immigrate to Australia, Canada or New Zealand or simply study at an international University in an English speaking country. What is the IELTS Test?

IELTS is short for the International English language testing system, and is a recognized form of language testing for immigration, work or study purposes in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and Singapore. In the case of the first three countries, in order to immigrate, work or study there, you need to take an IELTS test.

The actual IELTS test is divided into two separate categories- Academic, and General training. If you wish to live or work in Australia, Canada or New Zealand, you do need to take a General Training IELTS test, before your visa is approved. The academic IELTS test is for those people who want to study at University or work in a specialized profession.

IELTS is based on a band, which means no one fails the test, but is given a level from 0-9, based on how well they performed in the test. Most IELTS students have a target to reach, so psychologically this is their own pass or fail score. The Australian Canadian, and New Zealand government sets this band, which is currently 6.5 for Canada, and 7 for Australia- in the General Training Test.

A higher educational institute like a University, sets it’s own required band, depending on a number of factors, for example whether you are funding your own education or taking a scholarship. Recently some Colleges in the United States, the UK, and Singapore accept a required IELTS band for new students. A typical band score is 5.5- 6. for a bachelor degree, and 6.5 for a Masters degree.

Both IELTS tests have the same format, a Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing Test, which is tested in a wide variety of facilities worldwide- computers or the internet are not used during this test. The two main differences are that the writing and speaking sections in the general training test are much easier than in the academic modules, but both still use the same test for listening, and speaking.

The majority of students who take an IELTS test agree on three points, it can be very challenging, with a lot of self study, and practice. Many students take a course at a language school, and study by themselves or with friends at home, however eventually most students do reach their required score.

One mistake many IELTS students do make is to take the test, without any knowledge of how the test works. Some students leave taking an IELTS course too late, and struggle because of the lack of time needed to reach their required band. It is better to research the test on the internet, and ensure you have enough time to study, & practice for the test.

IELTS courses are available online, through most language schools, and some national Universities. One tip is to ensure you are take the right test, whether it is academic or general training, and start practicing as early as possible.

In the future more countries are using the IELTS test as a personal assessment of your English language skills, and some businesses ask job applicants for their IELTs score. In the case of Australia, and New Zealand speakers of English as a first language, are sometimes required to take an IELTS test, to reach the required points needed to move to their respective countries.

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