Kevin McLaven shares two ways you can improve your speaking fluency – and your band score.
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.
Eyad Darras explains what discourse markers are, how to use them, and how they can improve your IELTS band score.
Eyad Darras suggests two resources, with accompanying exercises, that can help improve your vocabulary for your IELTS test and general English.
Kishore Roy looks at a common misconception about grammar in IELTS Speaking, and how you can get a better score by practising your grammatical devices.
Sarah Philpot writes about the Road to IELTS Speaking section, its features and how the highly interactive program can boost your IELTS preparation and band score.
Does telling the truth get you top marks? Click here for tips on how to plan, structure, and deliver your answers for the IELTS Speaking test.
Some researchers suggest preparing your body is just as important as preparing your mind for a test. See if this exercise influences your IELTS Speaking test.
In this post, Sahar Azzam gives tips on how to overcome the fear of making mistakes in your IELTS Speaking test – and how to get comfortable making them.