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.
Andrew Stokes suggests three key questions to ask yourself before your IELTS test. These will tell you if you’re ready for your IELTS test or not.
In this post, Sahar Azzam breaks down the True / False / Not Given question – what to look for, how to answer it and other useful tips and lessons.
In this post, Bryan Dowie gives examples of distractors you might find in the IELTS Listening test – and how you can spot them.
Kevin McLaven shares two ways you can improve your speaking fluency – and your band score.
If you’re short of time, try this one-week study plan to prepare for your upcoming IELTS test.
In this post, Kishore Roy discusses the importance of planning ahead in the IELTS Writing test and practise planning with a new exercise.
To find the right answers, you have to know what you’re looking for. Learn how keyword synonyms can boost your band score.
We answer nine most frequently asked questions about the IELTS Listening test.
The psychological aspects of the IELTS Speaking test are almost as important as the content. Here are some things to consider when you enter the exam room.