International Journal of Home Science
2015, VOL. 1 ISSUE 1, PART A
Analysis of the impact of TAP (Target - Amelioration Programme) on IELTS scores
Author(s): Shruti Marwaha
The research was conducted in Chandigarh. The sample consisted of 60 students divided into two groups, between 18-26 years of age. All the subjects were at least the second time IELTS test takers. The first group included 30 IELTS Candidates re-taking the test without undergoing any Targeted scheme-work/professional training. The second group included 30 such candidates who were given Targeted scheme-work and Professional training before re-appearing in the IELTS Test. The scheme-work was prepared for a specified period of 34 days (excluding Sundays/off days). The research was carried out primarily to assess the amelioration in the Result/scores of candidate who were given Targeted scheme-work and professional training before re-appearing in the IELTS Test. It was reported that the subjects in Group 2 had scored significantly higher band-scores in the Test 2 after completing the 34-day Targeted scheme-work and Professional training successfully, before re-appearing in the IELTS Test. It becomes lucid that knowledge, professional guidance, motivation and logical tips/methods/techniques along with practice are important to achieve success and to get the desired results.
How to cite this article:
Shruti Marwaha. Analysis of the impact of TAP (Target - Amelioration Programme) on IELTS scores. Int J Home Sci 2015;1(1):26-33.