In this post, Peter Hare focuses on three areas candidates commonly lose marks in IELTS Writing — word count, spelling and punctuation.
Millions of people take the IELTS, so it's likely you’ll be asking similar questions to other candidates. Here are seven FAQs about 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.
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.
With too much to learn in too little time, the IELTS Tips app packages a range of useful tips into one place.
Spelling out names is a common pitfall for IELTS candidates. Andrew Stokes suggests two exercises to help improve spelling accuracy.
Culture can affect your IELTS Reading score – but it doesn’t have to. Try this exercise to improve your comprehension and performance.
This post discusses the importance of good note-taking in the IELTS Listening test. Dr Adrian Raper provides suggestions of how to improve.
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.
The best way to prepare for IELTS? Start studying strategically. Answer these six questions to test your IELTS study habits.