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IELTS Hacks: How to Study While Commuting via Bus


Is your travel time often long and tedious? Want to use that time to further your test preparations? If so, this article is for you! Read on to find out how to conduct study sessions safely and efficiently while riding the bus. Read more – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: IELTS Hacks: How to Study While Commuting via Bus

IELTS Hacks How to Study
While Commuting via Bus
Before Boarding the Bus
Prepare the exact amount of bus fare. This is,
of course, if you hailed your ride at a bus stop.
If you take a bus that accepts fare via card,
like premium point-to-point bus services, make
sure your card has the necessary amount for your
Prepare Handy Versions of your IELTS Review
As a frequent bus rider, you know that elbow room
is never a guarantee. So, keep handy versions of
your materials. If the materials provided by your
IELTS review center in Cebu is difficult to
handle (e.g., thick modules, long bond
paper-sized practices tests, etc.), convert them
into something more manageable.
While Riding The Bus
Sit by the window. Its the best spot for
uninterrupted reviewat least, the most
undisturbed you can get while riding a public
vehicle. Youll be away from the people coming
and going at the aisle. The window seat also
gives you a good view of the outside.
Avoid Using Your Earphones.
Listening to music to either cancel out noise or
put yourself in the mood to studywhile riding a
bus is not a good idea. Itll expose you to the
many dangers of public transportation, from
missing your bus stop to having your belongings
Take Out One Material At A Time.
Fumbling and dropping your materials is the last
thing you want when reviewing while commuting.
Be aware of your surroundings.
Dont disregard your surroundings while youre
studying. Remember, you are in a public setting.
Keep your belongings close. Observe your seatmate
and consider everyone who boards and leaves the