Speaking of moving on, again, if you're looking at a question and you just don't know the answer, you just can't find it anywhere, don't spend too much time on it.
Remember, you have about a minute and a half per question for the whole reading section.
If you're spending five minutes on one question, that's two questions that you can't answer later because you won't even have time to read the question.
You don't know, you guess, you move on. Okay?
Again, another thing you want to do, build your vocabulary, this is the hardest part of the reading section, is the vocabulary, and learn your paraphrasing skills.
Learn how to write this sentence a different way, but keep the same meaning.
Very, very important, because the questions... the answers, I should say, the answers and what's written in the article will mean the same thing, but completely different words, completely different syntax or grammar.
Very, very important skill. I will make a lesson for this as well in the future. Look out for that.
And then you move on to the writing section.
Okay, last section, writing. I'm not really going to speak to you about the speaking section because there's not too much in terms of time management.
You walk in, you speak, you leave. Okay?
There's no tricks here. It's a live one-on-one interview with a person. He or she will set the pace, you follow, that's it.
The only thing I will say about the speaking section, sometimes you will have the test right... the speaking test 30 minutes after your paper test, sometimes you'll have it two or three hours later.
If it's later, just go somewhere, stay calm, stay focused. That's all I can tell you about that.