Feeling nervous? Here are three tips to give you the best fighting chance for your IELTS preparation.
Overview statements can improve your IELTS Writing score. This post explains what a data overview is, how to write one and how you can practice for your test.
This post outlines everything you need to know about IELTS Writing Task 2 — from the basics, to a sample essay.
Research by Dr Sian Beilock shows stress management is key to improve IELTS band scores. Sieon Lau suggests three ways to achieve this.
In this post, you will learn how best to manage your time in all three sections of the IELTS Reading test.
Sieon Lau gives a short guide on how to use the IELTS Score Calculator to predict your current IELTS level and create your study strategy based on your result.
In this post, Sieon Lau talks through the process of retaking the IELTS test and three useful suggestions on how to prepare for your re-sit.
You may have read one of our posts about nine commonly-asked questions for the Listening module. In this post, I am going to discuss some frequently asked questions raised by candidates about the Reading module.
For some candidates, it’s very tempting to write as much as they can in the one hour given in the Writing section — they want to really showcase their range of vocabulary and their ability to write long sentences. But do long essays really get you a better band score?
Certain tasks in IELTS are more predictable than the others. For example, we know that in the Listening module there is always at least one part related to education and academic knowledge. The Reading module in General Training also features topics that are fairly predictable, and there is no reason to not prepare well for them.