IELTS e-books and downloads to help you prepare for the IELTS Writing test
Do you want to know the most common types of IELTS Academic or General Training Writing question?
Do you want to know how to answer IELTS Academic or General Training Writing questions?
If you answered ‘yes’ to either of these questions, the good news is we’ve just launched our first IELTS e-books and downloads that focus on the most common types of IELTS Writing question and how to answer them.
The IELTS downloads are free and include the most common types of IELTS Writing question, together with tips for the IELTS Writing test.
The IELTS e-books include sample answers written by some of our IELTS tutors, exercises to help you understand how to answer IELTS Writing tasks, and more tips for the IELTS Writing test.
For a limited time, these e-books are available at special introductory prices starting from less than US$5. Read the full post »
Get IELTS preparation tips at an IELTS Masterclass
Over the coming months, IELTS Australia will be running some free IELTS Masterclasses in several countries, including Australia, Egypt, Indonesia, Singapore and Turkey.
Each IELTS Masterclass is designed for candidates who need an IELTS band score 6.0 or above and will include IELTS preparation tips, common mistakes to avoid and an opportunity to learn about the IELTS assessment criteria.
To find out if there’s one on near you, have a look at the following link:
Take a free IELTS Academic or General Training practice test online
You can now do a free IELTS practice test on the British Council website. The test includes all four modules of the IELTS test (Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking) and includes separate Reading and Writing tests for IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training.
Two videos that may motivate you to work harder on your IELTS preparation
In my experience of preparing for exams, if you take a break from your preparation and do something completely different, it can give you the motivation you need to keep going with your study.
So, for something completely different, I’d like to share with you two videos that inspired me to work harder, do some exercise, and of course write better blog posts to help you with your IELTS preparation.
The first video is from the Tempest Freerunning Academy and the second one is from Yoga Breakdancing.
Prepare to be inspired!
(If you can’t view the video above, try viewing it directly on YouTube.