IELTS Energy 704: Ryoki Conquers IELTS Again (with a Speaking 9!)

Today you’ll meet Ryoki and learn how he nailed an IELTS Speaking 9!

ryoki ielts speaking 9

Ryoki took the exam two years ago, got amazing scores, and then moved to Melbourne to study and teach.

Click here to learn how he got that overall 8 the first time he took the exam.

Recently, Ryoki entered the 3 Keys program again because he found out he needed to undergo IELTS a second time.

The reason he chose to go through the course a second time was to maintain his motivation, review, and enroll in the Personal Coach package.

This time, Ryoki received 8.5 for Listening, 7.5 for Reading, 7 for Writing, and 9 for Speaking!

IELTS Speaking 9

  • Relax and enjoy the exam
  • Warm your brain up by mentally chatting to the examiner before you enter the exam room
  • Don’t second guess yourself and get anxious about grammar and vocabulary
  • Practice a lot before your exam
  • Try to tell stories in IELTS Part 2 and Part 3
  • Don’t try to cover all the possible topics and stress yourself out before the test
  • Ryoki focused on finding phrases he can use in all stories, like ‘off to the races‘ and ‘until the cows come home

 

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IELTS 7 Writing

  • Decreased by half a band
  • Ryoki looked to quickly and misunderstood the question
  • Ryoki thought the question asked for causes and solutions, but actually it asked for consequences and solutions
  • The questions stated ‘What problems might this cause?’

As a final tip, Ryoki encourages you to develop a positive relationship with English, and make sure to take breaks.

Don’t push yourself too hard, or you’ll lose motivation and you won’t learn or practice effectively.

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