26 April, 2019
In this lesson, you can learn how to improve your grammar for the IELTS writing exam.
You’ll see exactly what resources you need to improve your grammar score for IELTS writing. You’ll also get a practical plan which you can follow.
19 April, 2019
In this lesson, you can learn how to use linking words and phrases for the IELTS writing exam.Linking words are important for your IELTS writing, especially for the essay. Using linking words well can make a big difference to your coherence and cohesion score, which is 25% of your writing score.Even if you’re not preparing for an IELTS exam and just want to improve your English writing generally, this lesson could help you!
31 January, 2019
This is a series of IELTS-style academic reading texts, just like you will find in the exam. For each text, there are three exercises for you to do and a total of 14 questions to answer.
When you click on the title of a text below, you will be shown the first paragraph, to give you an idea of what it is about. You can choose texts that interest you, or for a more realistic exam practice, choose something you know nothing about.
When you click on any exercise, you will see the full text. A time limit of 20 minutes will begin as soon as you click on the link. This is how long one reading text should take you in the IELTS exam.
At the end of the text and before the questions, you will have the opportunity to click ‘download’ to save the text. We recommend that you do this, so as to have the text open in a separate window as you answer the questions.
When you have answered the questions, click ‘Finish Quiz’ and you will see your score. This will happen automatically after 20 minutes. You can then click ‘View Questions’ to see all the answers.
If you prefer to try the exercise again before looking at the correct answers, click ‘Restart Quiz’. You can repeat the exercises as many times as you like.
23 November, 2018
In this lesson, you can learn how to improve your vocabulary score in IELTS writing.
Here, you’ll see some common mistakes which IELTS students make which can hurt your vocabulary score. You’ll also see how you can change your approach to the IELTS writing exam to get a better score for vocabulary.
In this lesson, you’ll see five common IELTS mistakes that we often see. Are you planning to take the IELTS exam? We have some useful tips to avoid five common mistakes students often make when preparing for the IELTS. Avoid these and get a higher score!