IELTS Energy 44: Your Step-by-Step Tour of IELTS Exam Day

Today you’ll find out exactly what happens on IELTS exam day. The Listening test is first. You listen for 30 minutes and then you have 10 minutes to transfer your answers. Next you start the Reading test. The Reading test has 3 passages, 40 questions,… Read More

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IELTS Energy 40: Introvert? Extrovert? How to Use Your Style To Prepare Effectively

Are you preparing for IELTS in a way that works with your personality? Do you assume that because you’re an introvert, you can’t succeed on the Speaking test? What’s the difference between an introvert and an extrovert: Introvert:  You lose energy from being around people… Read More

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IELTS Energy 36: The BIGGEST Myth About Academic Writing and Speaking on the IELTS

Do you know what the biggest myth about writing and speaking on the IELTS is? What should you do if the questions that you get on the IELTS speaking test are too broad? You should talk about examples from your personal life. Tell your own… Read More

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IELTS Energy 35: Why You Should Throw Away Your Grammar Book If You Want to Do Well on the Exam

Did you know that you should spend LESS time on grammar when you prepare for the IELTS exam? Does that sound strange to you? If it does then you should listen to today’s episode. Why shouldn’t you focus on grammar for IELTS? It’s not worth… Read More

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IELTS Energy 16: 3 Sentence Structures to Improve your IELTS Grammar Grade on Writing Task 1

Today you’ll get 3 sentence structures to improve your grammar grade on IELTS Writing Task 1. On IELTS Task 1 you are shown a graph, table, pie chart, or bar chart. They have numbers and you have to compare and contrast how they change. You… Read More

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