Before you start to study for the IELTS, it’s a good idea to get a clear picture of what you will have to do on the exam. It helps to prepare you mentally and will give direction to your studying. This will lead to a better score on IELTS.
In these blogs, we provide in-depth information on what you will encounter in each section of IELTS such as the types of questions, format, time limits, types of answers expected and so on. You’ll find example questions with sample answers, so you can really understand what you should be saying and writing on IELTS.
We have a blog that talks about some really good tips and strategies that you can employ to make your preparation smoother and your test-taking performance better. Random studying isn’t terribly effective by the way.
A lot of people have a pretty high level of English, but they perform poorly on IELTS due to a lack of understanding of what the various questions and tasks require. Don’t be one of those people! Become acquainted with the IELTS guidelines.
Take the time and read the blogs. Learn what you’ll encounter, and what you’ll need to do.