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Positive news! More than 280 leading universities around the world have welcomed IELTS’ new online test, IELTS Indicator, specifically designed to help students who cannot access a language test due to precautions against the spread of Covid-19. Both University of Oxford and Imperial College London accept IELTS Indicator results! See here for more information: https://www.ielts.org/news/2020/universities-and-students-welcome-ielts-indicator-around-the-worldMay 26, 2020
Good news! IELTS has launched a new online test to support students impacted by Covid-19 restrictions. The test can be taken from the comfort and safety of your home and your performance will be marked by IELTS examiners and you will receive your result within seven days. The Academic test assesses the four skills and students will conduct their speaking test face to face with an IELTS examiner via video call. For more information about IELTS Indicator, please see here: https://www.ielts.org/news/2020/ielts-partners-launch-new-online-test-to-support-students-impacted-by-covid-19-restrictions
April 28, 2020
Hello! The first and most important thing I would like to say is that I sincerely hope everyone is well both physically and mentally during this difficult time. Coronavirus is affecting everyone and let’s hope that the situation improves soon. I would also like to inform everyone that I am currently not meeting people for lessons until further notice. Hopefully in the near future things will be back to normal and I can meet for lessons. However, I can still help anyone who needs to prepare for the IELTS exam! I can do online lessons via Skype and I also… Continue reading…March 30, 2020
In my last post, I mentioned the pros and cons of doing the Reading component on a computer, but what about the pros and cons of doing the Listening component on a computer? It would seem that out of all the components, doing the Listening component on a computer has the least advantages. In fact, many students prefer the paper-based version of the Listening component.
Pros – You listen with headphones so you can hear the audio properly and be less distracted – The tab key works to move from one part to another – You can highlight words
Cons… Continue reading…February 24, 2020