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2018 IELTS Predicted Writing Topics

Scared for your upcoming 2018 IELTS test? Want to have an idea of what they are going to test you? The following is a sample of the predicted set of questions for IELTS examination from July 2018-August 2018 in the North American region (Canada & USA testing centers). We have collected these based on intel […]

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2018 IELTS Speaking Predicted Questions

Scared for your upcoming 2018 IELTS test? Want to have an idea of what they are going to test you? The following is a sample of the predicted set of questions for IELTS examination from July 2018-August 2018 in the North American region (Canada & USA testing centers). We have collected these based on intel […]

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The Trickiest IELTS Questions

Everyone loves magic tricks but nobody likes questions on major exams that are designed to trick you. Which leads us to the topic of our blog post today: the trickiest IELTS questions out there.   Every module of the IELTS has an element to it that’s designed to throw you off guard and put you […]

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Common Myths About the IELTS

I’ve been teaching the IELTS for a very long time, extending my services across two continents. I find that many IELTS test takers come into the exam with many assumptions and myths. More unfortunate is the way repeaters keep getting below their intended score because of these assumptions and myths. MYTH: You can hear the […]

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When is formal too formal? Understanding IELTS registers

Formality, also known as register, is an important elements of IELTS Writing. Formality can be formal, semi-formal, and informal.   Formality should not be confused with format as these are two different things. I will elaborate on format in another blog post.   In IELTS, formality is considered and marked under the section Task Achievement. […]

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IELTS – WRITING PART 2

Many students ask me how they can achieve a better writing score for their IELTS (General or Academic). Most of them are desperate, having spent 300 CAD on a test already. Some are even more unfortunate as they are on their 6th test. My students then ask me, “Should I buy a vocabulary book?” Or, […]

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How to Perfect the IELTS Speaking

Perfecting the IELTS speaking task isn’t easy but we have a few tips today that will help you jump a band score, but only if you practice over and over again. The first step is to make sure you don’t make these common mistakes: Studdering Repeating yourself Grammatical and syntactical mistakes i.e. using wrong tenses, […]

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