IELTS Video Lesson: How to Start Studying for IELTS

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Are you planning on taking the IELTS exam? Have you started studying for IELTS yet?start studying ielts

 

There are so many IELTS classes and resources both in schools and online. It’s really hard to know how to begin your IELTS journey.

 

As it’s back to school time for a lot of students, I thought today was the perfect time to address those of you just starting out in your IELTS preparation.

These three tips will help you save time and commit yourself to getting the scores you need the first time you take the IELTS exam.

 

 

1. Be honest with yourself about your level.

2. Schedule a test date.

  • You have to have a deadline to organize your time well.
  • Choose a date 60 days from now, and develop a study plan.
  • You should include activities in your study plan that strengthen overall English as well as IELTS skills.
  • Our course, 3 Keys IELTS, has a 30 day and a 60 day study plan that tell you exactly how to prepare every day.

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3. Invest in yourself.

In our online IELTS course, 3 Keys IELTS, we give you all the strategies and practice you need to score highly on all parts of the IELTS Exam.

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  • Gear up to prepare for IELTS SUCCESS with 3 KEYS . Don’t let fear of failure and other erroneous beliefs stop you from attaining your goals . Here is some advice from Teacher Jessica to follow . Start being honest about your English level , then schedue a test date and develop a study plan , finally invest yourself in a solid system .