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Whether you need it to study, work abroad, or fulfill visa requirements for immigration, obtaining an IELTS score can be a life-changing experience that opens many doors.


Whatever your goal is, it is essential that you are prepared.


As the well-known quote states "By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail” (attributed to Benjamin Franklin) 

The IELTS is designed to test your knowledge and use of the English language. However, employing certain techniques and structures will aid with answering the questions to the best of your ability within the strict time limits given. 

Here is a quick overview of the exam: 

The IELTS test is owned by 3 companies: IDP, British Council 

You can prepare for the test on your own via the following websites: 

Find an exam center close to you:

Useful Language: 

To obtain (v) - to get something (formal).

Open doors (idiom) - to make things possible that were not possible before. 

To attribute - to say that a particular person was the first person to say/do/invent something (usually passive)

To employ (v) - to use something (formal).


A good grammar knowledge is needed: 

revise your grammar:

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