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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.

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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.

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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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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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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.

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IELTS Speaking Part 2: How to speak confidently for 2 minutes

In part 2 of your IELTS Speaking test, you will need to deliver a long turn, speaking for up to 2 minutes on a topic.

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The A to Z of IELTS: K is for Keywords (part 2)

In part 2 of this series, we look at scanning and identifying questions for keywords in the IELTS Reading test.

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The A to Z of IELTS: K is for Keywords (part 1)

Looking out for keywords is a great way to identify and understand what the topic is about. It's also a useful tool in helping you build ideas.

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IELTS Speaking: Top frequently asked questions

Are you preparing for your IELTS Speaking test? We have gathered the most frequently asked questions and the corresponding answers from our IELTS Experts.