From admin to timing, Bryan Dowie outlines the key facts you need to know for your IELTS test day.
Get familiar with these three exam skills you’ll need in your IELTS Reading test.
In this post, Bryan Dowie gives examples of distractors you might find in the IELTS Listening test – and how you can spot them.
Bryan Dowie explains why a better vocabulary will result in a better band score in IELTS Writing, and offers some practical tips and exercises.
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.
Most people find the Listening test more stressful than the Reading test. That’s because when you are reading, you have the texts in front of you and you can refer to them more than once. When you are listening, if you miss an answer, it’s gone — and because you only hear the recording once, you can never get it back. So you need to work out some strategies in advance.
IELTS Reading includes unusual question types which you may not find in other reading exams. Let’s look at this example of matching headings to paragraphs.