April 24, 2024
Chicago 12, Melborne City, USA
  1. Preparation Time: You’ll see a short passage of text on the screen and have 30-40 seconds to prepare.
  2. Reading Aloud: When you hear a beep, start reading the text aloud as clearly and naturally as you can. You don’t need to rush but try to finish reading before the recording status stops.
  3. Recording: Your reading is recorded and scored automatically.
  • Pronunciation: How accurately you pronounce individual English sounds, words, and phrases.
  • Oral Fluency: Your ability to read smoothly and at a natural pace, with proper rhythm and intonation.
  • Content: Your ability to read the passage without adding, omitting, or changing words in the original text.
  • Practice Regularly: Read aloud regularly from various texts like news articles, books, or magazines to improve your overall fluency.
  • Focus on Pronunciation: Pay attention to the pronunciation of difficult words. Look up pronunciations online or use a dictionary.
  • Read at a Natural Pace: Don’t rush or speak too slowly. Maintain a conversational pace.
  • Don’t Panic: If you make a mistake, keep going smoothly. Don’t try to correct yourself mid-sentence.
  • Official PTE Practice Resources: Pearson offers sample questions and practice materials on their website.
  • PTE Practice Websites and Apps: Many online resources offer practice prompts and mock tests with scoring feedback. Some popular ones include ieltsdaljeet.com, Students.englishexam.in   or you can contact 9814927250 (Daljeet Singh) for more details.
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