FREE IELTS Review Materials

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IELTS Apps Review

comprehensive review of various android/iOS apps for the IELTS

IELTS Books Reviews

dissecting various IELTS books

IELTS Speaking Topics Compilation

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IELTS Test Schedule 2015

2014 test schedules for the IELTS in the Philippines

IELTS and IELTS UKVI Comparison

Differences between IELTS and IELTS UKVI

Monday, January 23, 2017

Five Stress Relief Hobbies that Can Help You Prepare for the IELTS Exam

Whether you are starting from scratch or have prior knowledge of the language, learning English under the pressure of an international proficiency exam is daunting. The drive to achieve an excellent band score has led most test takers to turn to extensive preparation practices.

Many examinees enroll in test-centric training facilities, like the IELTS review Philippines, to prepare for the assessment. The instructors of these language institutions can equip students with the necessary tools to tackle the exam. The IELTS review center in Baguio, for instance, provides not only test-focused lessons but also administers mock examinations.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Commonly Misused British Expressions

Planning to migrate or take up a course below degree level in the UK? Then you must take the IELTS General Training for UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI). It is a government recognized Secure Language English Test or SELT which can be used to prove one’s English language proficiency.

Then again, if things are too much for you to process, you may want to go to the nearest IELTS UKVI review centers. They can discuss with you everything you need to know about the IELTS exam and the visa that you need to apply for.

Monday, January 16, 2017

5 Ways to Unwind after Taking the IELTS Exam

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) exam evaluates test takers’ English language proficiency in listening, reading, writing and speaking. Going through the exam can be overwhelming for examinees, but they can lessen the stress that preparation entails by joining IELTS review centers or IELTS online reviews.

Friday, January 6, 2017

Advantages of One-on-One Coaching for the IELTS Exam

Have you ever been taught by a good coach? If yes, you know that coaches can be great teachers as well as great friends. A coach does not only help you understand a difficult subject but also supports you so that you can be comfortable about your weaknesses.

The IELTS exam aims to assess a test taker’s English language proficiency. If you are from a non-English-speaking country with little to no usage of the language, speaking in front of people may be a challenge. This is one of the reasons why some people prefer to be taught alone than with others.

Monday, January 2, 2017

Disadvantages of One-on-One Coaching for the IELTS Exam

One-on-one coaching can help you learn a difficult subject as your mentor can modify his/her methods based on your needs. On that note, one might think that hiring a mentor or enrolling in a one-on-one coaching may be a great way to prepare you for the IELTS exam.

However, you may want to reconsider. As beneficial as it sounds, it also comes with disadvantages, which you should weigh carefully.
Meanwhile, IELTS Cebu offers both IELTS training in a traditional classroom setup, one-on-one setup and online. You can take advantage of interacting with fellow test takers and share experiences with them.

Thursday, December 29, 2016

What to Expect When Taking the IELTS Life Skills Tests

Moving to the UK, regardless of duration and purpose, involves the accomplishment and submission of certain visa and immigration requirements. Non-native English speakers need to present evidence of their proficiency.   UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) acknowledges specific language assessment tests that aspiring immigrants must accomplish—the IELTS Life Skills is one of these tests.

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Five Test Techniques for the IELTS Listening Exam

You should not underestimate the Listening component of the IELTS exam. While its goal of accurate evaluation is simple, the test is chock-full of subtle and well-placed linguistic challenges that assess more than just your listening skills. For instance, it forces examinees to rely solely on their listening abilities. Test takers have to listen to four audio materials of English native speakers with various accents. The topics and degrees of formality involved range from social conversations to academic discussions. Examinees must, therefore, simultaneously listen to the recordings, take down key notes and write their answers on the question paper in 30 minutes (allocated time).