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Six daily habits for a higher Speaking band score

Getting a high band score on your IELTS Speaking test requires practice and persistence. Here are six daily habits that can help you achieve your goal.

IELTS vs TOEFL vs PTE: Which English test should I take?

Choosing which English proficiency test to take can be a tricky decision. There are a number of factors you need to consider.

IELTS Writing Assist - the official online IELTS Writing mock test

The difference between IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training

IELTS provides you with a choice between the Academic and General Training tests. So which one should you book? Let's find out.

Meet Peter Pei: IELTS test taker to RMIT sessional teacher

After relocating from China and graduating from a university in Melbourne, Peter credits his strong IELTS results with helping him to secure a job in Australia.

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The A to Z of IELTS: N is for 'Not Given'

Do you find the ‘Not Given’ option tricky? Let’s look at some handy tips to help make the choice easier for you.

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Australia re-opens to international students! Have you booked your IELTS test?

Universities and immigration departments are expected to be inundated with applications. Get a head start by booking your IELTS test now.

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Booking your IELTS test - A step-by-step guide

Convenience is key when it comes to booking your IELTS test. In fact, it’s actually simpler than you’d think!

The A to Z of IELTS: M is to Memorise or not

Can memorising answers be a useful approach in your preparation for your IELTS test? Let's take a look.

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Get ready for at-home testing with IELTS Online… coming your way soon!

Do you wish you could be one step closer to your study abroad goals and take your English test from the comfort of your own home? Very soon it will be possible.

The A to Z of IELTS: L is for Lexical Resource

Lexical resource is all about how flexibly and fluently you can find the right words and phrases to convey precise meanings.