PTE Templates All Modules (Describe Image, Retell Lecture, Summarize written text, Essay, Summarise Spoken Text)

What are PTE TEMPLATES?

PTE templates are phrases or structures you memorize and then use to answer certain types of questions in the PTE Exam. There are many different templates available, however,  you will notice that these templates are not universal and will not fit into every type of question.

If proper templates are memorized and  used properly, PTE  templates can increase your score in all five of the questions including

  1. Describe image and Retell the Lecture from the Speaking Module. 
  2. Summarize written Text and Essay from the Writing Module
  3. Summarize Spoken Text from the Listening Module

Use templates by inserting the required information from your notes or question prompts. We update our templates every few months to make sure they are as fresh and effective as possible. For more information please visit our Online Course Portal >>>>

https://pteacademic79plus.com/pteonlinecourse/

 

I can’t memorize templateS, what should I do?

You don’t have to memorize the “Essay Template” to get a good score in PTE. In fact, you can write an Essay by yourself. Make sure it is at least 4 paragraphs with a conclusion paragraph at the end. However, for Describe Image and Retell Lecture, students must use some sort of template to maintain their fluency.

My friend got a 90 in writing because of the Essay Template.

Essay marks are only 15 out of 90. It doesn’t mean using a good essay Template will get you 90 in Writing. Writing marks in PTE mainly come from

  1. Write from dictation
  2. Reading and Writing Blanks
  3. Summarize Spoken Text
  4. Listening Fill in the blanks
  5. Summarise Written Text

Total  from these questions = 75

Essay = 15

 

For more information please visit our Online Course Portal >>>>

https://pteacademic79plus.com/pteonlinecourse/

 

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