Spelling out names is a common pitfall for IELTS candidates. Andrew Stokes suggests two exercises to help improve spelling accuracy.
Writing and reading skills go hand in hand – the more you read, the better you will write. Try this exercise to start improving your skills and your score.
This post covers all the basics of the IELTS test and what you can do next to prepare.
You can get a better score in IELTS Listening by getting to know different accents. Try using these resources.
In this post, you will learn what to look for in the IELTS Writing Part 2 question and how to plan your answer.
This post shows how to use synonyms in the IELTS Listening test with a simple practice activity that you can try yourself.
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.
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.
In this post, Andrew Stokes breaks down what IELTS Speaking examiners are looking for and looks at how you can use this information to achieve your best band score.