In this podcast I have a chat with an old friend of mine, a great IELTS tutor, a funny charismatic guy, also ex‐military! His name is Simon ‐ but nooooooooo ‐ he isn’t the other Simon with the IELTS blog, but he is from Manchester and equally as sharp! Listen to this podcast and learn:
‐ The 10 types of reading questions
‐ How to tackle “Features matching” questions.
‐ Why you shouldn’t read every word of the text…
‐ A handful of test busting tips for solid exam preparation.
‐ An important tip to help you avoid sneaky examiner tricks (negative sentences).
In this podcast / video / blog post you will get a treasure chest of IELTS resources, ranging from practice tests, online exercises, and even preparation strategy (at the end of the post).
Professional Online Preparation
Without doubt the best place for IELTS writing preparation and it even comes with a guarantee.
This site is run by a very handsome fellow, who will push you to improve fast.
To get the absolute value from this material you need to APPLY it and practise, practise, practise, and for that you need IELTS MOTIVATION. I would also advise you read the section at the end regarding getting a plan.
This site has TONNES of IELTS material for free.
Imagine you have taken the IELTS exam 16 times!
How would you feel?
Where would you go?
Well this happened to Kevin, check out this email from him:
Writing IELTS essays of is a challenge to many, especially because of the word limit. But there are some simple techniques you can easily adopt to improve your essay writing skills.
Listed below are 7 simple sentence constructions or enrichment tips you can effectively use to ensure a longer yet grammatically error-free essay.
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IELTS Letter Writing Samples
In this quick tutorial video, we’re going to look at some of the tips regarding General IELTS Academic Task 1.
We’re going to talk about at some phrases and look at the structure of your writing. We will also go through some IELTS Writing Task 1 samples. There’s a link for the samples at the end!
- The easiest part is the structure.
You’re lucky if you’re doing IELTS Task 1 General because (personally) this is the easiest part of the writing exam – so much easier than the Academic Task! Why? Basically, you’ve got the structure already laid out for you.