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IELTS Energy 379: Hit a 7 in 60 Days: Personal Plan

Today we answer a listener email about a study plan to hit a 7 in 60 days on his next IELTS Exam. My name is An. Could you please give me some advice to improve my scores? I took the IELTS test last January, and… Read More

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IELTS Energy 378: How IELTS Challenges Your Engineering Brain

Today we answer one student’s question about writing. He’s an engineer, and feels this makes IELTS more challenging. Here’s his question: My number one overall fear is writing, because my mind is set to think like an engineer, which means bullet points and short phrases,… Read More

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IELTS Energy 363: 3 Actions to Make IELTS Fear Disappear

Today we address a student’s suffocating IELTS fear, and provide real actions to make that fear disappear. A listener wrote to us about her extreme anxiety and difficulty in her IELTS preparation, and we asked her if she was now in an IELTS course. Real IELTS… Read More

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IELTS Energy 357: How Esther Got 7.5 in Speaking and Listening- The First Time!

Esther, from Germany and a 3 Keys IELTS student, got a 7.5 in Speaking and Listening on her IELTS Exam. To make this even more amazing, she had never taken IELTS before! Esther found out that she had to take the IELTS exam in 32… Read More

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IELTS Energy 345: Study Better, Let Your Mind Wander!

In today’s show, I talk to Meghan Jenkins about a study technique called Mind Wandering. Make your prep more productive! How many hours are you spending studying IELTS? Do you feel like all of these hours are productive and useful? Perhaps not. Studying too much… Read More

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