How to Generate Ideas for IELTS

generate ideas For IELTS

People frequently ask us how to generate ideas for IELTS writing task 2. This is a great question, because getting writer’s block in IELTS is definitely something you want to avoid. The most important thing to … Read More

IELTS Task 1 Maps

IELTS task 1 maps

One of our Writing Development students recently wrote in with an excellent question about IELTS task 1 map question. I’d like to address her question and answer it for you here: Okay so when it comes … Read More

Writing an Introduction for IELTS Task 2

introduction to IELTS task 2

One of the most important aspects of your IELTS experience will be your skill at writing an introduction for IELTS task 2. As the saying goes, well begun is half done. If you get the introduction … Read More

Common Mistakes with Idioms

common mistakes with idioms

In this article we will be discussing and correcting some common mistakes with idioms. This topic is directly relevant to the speaking and writing IELTS tests. This is because the concept “idiom” features in the rubrics … Read More

IELTS for Afrikaans Speakers

IELTS for Afrikaans Speakers

As a proudly South African company, IELTS for Afrikaans speakers is one of our most important research topics. It’s no secret that South Africans are currently seeking to emigrate in fairly large numbers. A large number … Read More

IELTS for Teachers

IELTS for Teachers

Education is one of the industries for which countries like Australia, New Zealand and Canada offer visas. Teachers with adequate experience will find a range of prospective employers in their target countries. Teachers with additional or … Read More

From 6.5 to 7 in IELTS Writing

6.5 to 7 IELTS Writing

Moving from 6.5 to 7 in IELTS writing is a hot topic. Falling short of a required band score is a common problem for IELTS test takers. This is particularly true for people who go in … Read More

How to Format Your IELTS Writing Task

IELTS Writing Task Format

How important is format in the IELTS writing test? Coherence and Cohesion, in other words, format, makes up 25% of your total writing score. It is essential that you understand how to format your responses when attempting the IELTS writing test.