Hello, welcome to my IELTS blog! I’m Jeremy, an IELTS tutor and IELTS book writer who provides private 1:1 IELTS exam preparation courses and lessons in London. This blog will contain IELTS news, recent exam questions and many tips. I hope you will find it useful. Jeremy
Hello everyone! If you feel you require more practice before doing the IELTS test, here is another free practice test for you. Whether you need to practice more Reading, Writing, Listening or Speaking, you can find it all here: https://www.idpielts.me/free-ielts-practice-test/
Hi! I have another free IELTS practice test for you, this time from the British Council. You can do the Listening, Reading and Writing tests on your own and do the Speaking test with a friend or teacher. I recommend doing as much practice as you can before your test in order to achieve your required score. You can find all four parts of the test here: https://takeielts.britishcouncil.org/take-ielts/prepare/free-ielts-practice-tests
If you are looking for a free IELTS practice test then I have one for you! It is for the Academic test and covers all four parts of the test. You can also check your answers. Here is the test: https://www.ielts-exam.net/practice_tests/35/
Do you need to do some practice for the IELTS Academic Reading test? Will you be doing Computer-Delivered IELTS? If your answer to both questions is yes then it would be a good idea for you to do at least a few practice tests on a computer. To find four Academic Reading tests, please see here: https://www.ielts-exam.net/mock-test
I provide private 1:1 online IELTS Writing courses. The courses are for the Academic test and cover both Task 1 and Task 2. If you are looking for a fast and intensive course, the 1 day intensive course could be for you. Or if you want to take your time and learn at a steady pace, the longer courses such as the 2-4 weeks or 3-6 weeks course would be better. All the online courses are on Skype. For more information about the courses, please have a look at the IELTS Courses page.
Here is an IELTS Writing Task 2 question that came up in the exam in February 2021:
Some people think that a person improves their intellectual skills more when doing group activities. To what extent do you agree? Use specific details and examples to explain your view.
Here is an IELTS Writing Task 2 question that came up in the exam in January 2021:
Some people say that the best way to improve road safety is to increase the minimum legal age for driving cars or riding motorbikes. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Here is an IELTS Writing Task 2 question that came up in the exam in December 2020:
Many people believe that individuals are responsible for their own happiness, while others think happiness is dependent on other external factors. Discuss both views and include your own opinion. Give reasons for your answer and examples from your experience.
Here is an IELTS Writing Task 2 question that came up in the exam in November 2020:
It is believed that people who read for pleasure develop their imagination more and acquire better language skills compared to people who prefer watching television. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Here is an IELTS Writing Task 2 question that came up in the exam in October 2020:
Some people believe that robots will play an important role in future societies, while others argue that robots will have negative effects on society. Discuss both views and give your opinion.