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If you are a student who wants to appear in Pearson Test of English ,PTE Academic test and want to learn the strategies of a person who achieved 90 each in PTE Academic, you don't have to surf all the internet for tips & tricks, its all packed in this Book.
This is the ultimate Pearson Test of English ,PTE Academic Book- a guide that can help both beginning students learning about PTE Academic test for the first time and advanced students looking for strategies and extra practice to boost their score.

This book is guaranteed to improve your PTE Score and it won’t take you months to achieve it. Simply read the book and example questions. Learn the strategies and apply these strategies to the practice questions in the book or when you practice other materials.

What to Expect from this Book

This 267 Page Ebook covers all aspects of PTE Academic test

Explains the format of each section of PTE Academic test
Scoring Guide for each section
Provides proven strategy for each question
Strategies for each type of ” Graph ,image”.
Strategies for RE Tell Lecture
Strategies for Arrange Paragraphs
Strategies for all speaking Sections with Solved Examples on Unique practice materials
Strategies for Summarize written text and Essay with Examples
Strategies for all Listening Sections with Solved Examples on Unique practice materials
Strategies for all Reading Sections with Solved Examples on Unique practice materials

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ISBN: 137057150X
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