This post covers the three key areas you must know about before taking IELTS on computer – the basics, computer vs paper test differences, and where and how to practise.
The first thing you should know before going into your IELTS Writing test is what the examiner is looking for. Take a look at the four keys to success.
This post explains an IELTS trainer’s six key tips to follow to achieve the IELTS Reading band score you need.
Multitasking in the IELTS Listening test can feel impossible. Try Kishore Roy’s three tips on how to use your preparation time effectively and improve your performance.
If you’re short of time, try this one-week study plan to prepare for your upcoming IELTS test.
In this post, Peter Hare focuses on three areas candidates commonly lose marks in IELTS Writing — word count, spelling and punctuation.
In this post, Andrew Stokes suggests five tips that can improve your IELTS Reading score when you are short of time.
These three tips will help you to avoid common IELTS Listening mistakes — and improve your band score.
Kevin McLaven shares two ways you can improve your speaking fluency – and your band score.
Feeling nervous? Here are three tips to give you the best fighting chance for your IELTS preparation.