“Is critical thinking related to IELTS exam in some way?” is a question that arises after you read the blog title. You might be confused as well as curious to know the relation. Being the best IELTS coaching in Rohini, Pitampura, we help the IELTS aspirants develop critical thinking for IELTS. Each IELTS aspirant must understand firmly that she or he cannot attain a high band score without demonstrating critical thinking skills in IELTS examination. There are components of knowledge as well as its application. English grammar, Vocabulary, etc. are the knowledge component but critical thinking is connected to the application of knowledge.
Let’s imagine you are planning to go to the UK, Canada, Australia, Germany, New Zealand or any other country of your choice, be it for study or work or immigration. You must develop high proficiency in English language and we help you doing so. We are the best IELTS coaching in Rohini. You decide to make your English language strong. One day, you see a newspaper advertisement about dictionary memorization. There is a program that offers to make you have a command over the entire Oxford English Dictionary in one month. You finally join the program.
Now just Imagine! What will happen after you join the program? May be that you actually memorize the entire dictionary but would you be able to write good essays or speak good English? There is a pretty much possibility of you committing a number of grammatical mistakes. Then you join several more programs related to English grammar, English vocabulary, spoken English etc. or may be a comprehensive program that covers this all. Does such a program ensure success in IELTS? Would you surely be able to develop the required skills for IELTS?
All these programs are focused on domain knowledge but until and unless you are trained for critical thinking skills, you may not attain that success. If an essential component - critical thinking - is missing in a program it may not lead you towards success. We help students develop critical thinking at the British IELTS Coaching Institute.In our next blog on critical thinking, we will discuss about what critical thinking means in each IELTS module.