Let’s look at some strategies that can help you to make a positive final impression on your Writing Task 2.
Each and every month, a number of people take the IELTS test. Some people say that achieving a high score on the test is very difficult, while others believe there are key points to follow to get the score you need.
When it comes to the IELTS test, there are a variety of ways to prepare. Some test takers prefer to study on their own, while others prefer taking IELTS classes. Finding an IELTS tutor is another popular choice.
Writing an effective introduction for Writing Task 2 can be a tricky task. We have put together a list of strategies that you can use to write an effective introduction for Writing Task 2.
Many people today love to binge watch a variety of series since almost every movie and television programme is at our fingertips. This can be beneficial when taking the IELTS test in different ways.
One of the most important pieces of information available is the IELTS band descriptors for the Speaking and Writing sections of the test. This blog post gives an overview of the Speaking descriptors.
“OH NO! I didn’t answer all the bullet points! I’m going to get a low score.” This is a common thing I hear from students in my IELTS classes. They’re stressed out because in Part 2 of the Speaking test, the two-minute long turn, they didn’t speak to
Sorry seems to be the hardest thing to say sometimes, but it doesn’t have to be – especially on the IELTS General Training test. In this blog post, we’ll consider two apology tasks (one personal and one more formal), discuss how to approach each and
If you’re wondering which IELTS is right for you, we’re here to help you explore both alternatives so that you can make an informed decision.
With the introduction of IELTS on computer, getting to know how the test works on computer before your actual test is important for your preparation. This makes sure that you are going in to your actual test familiar with how to use the system, so