School’s Out: IELTS and OET Teaching Stories From June 2021

Jun 30, 2021 | IELTS, IELTS News, IELTS Test

June has been a bit of a whirlwind!

IELTS Newsletter: What We've Done

Where We’ve Been

We started June by participating in Round 2 of research at the University of Lancashire, where we looked at examples of student work responding to IELTS Task 1. 

The research aims to help university administrators understand what an IELTS band score means.

Since then, we have both given and attended webinars around the world!

We hope soon to be able to bring you exciting news about online Reading webinars.

Website News

This month we have published a number of new articles for our model Writing and Speaking series. You will find model Speaking answers for the topic of shopping on this page.

We also tackled a Task 1 mixed graph question. By the way, all our questions are unique to our site – but we have found other sites starting to use them. If you do see our material on another site – let us know! 

Finally, we published another edition of our Spotlight IELTS Vocabulary series. 

IELTS Newsletter: Who We've Met

Where Our Students Come From

Darwin, Australia; Hanoi, Vietnam; Beijing, China; Shanghai, China; New Taipei, TaiwanHong Kong; Seoul, South Korea; Tokyo, Japan; Doha, Qatar; Cairo, Egypt; Amman, Jordan; Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; London, UK; Bucharest, Romania; Madrid, Spain; Berlin, Germany; Denver, USA

IELTS Newsletter: Why We Teach

Student Spotlight

This month we shine the spotlight on Sean. After receiving a Band 8.0 in IELTS, he received several offers from top universities around the world. 

Watch the video to learn more about his success story!

Would you like to achieve Sean’s level of success in 2020? We can help!

Take a look at our coaching options and get in touch! 

Is Sean’s dream your dream? Would you like to achieve his level of success in 2020? We can help!

Take a look at our coaching options and get in touch! 

IELTS Newsletter: When We Teach

When Can You Book An IELTS Lesson?

Our lessons are currently taking place from 8.00 am to 7 pm London time. 

Using our online booking system, you can choose a time for our lessons that suits your busy schedule. 

Please contact us early – don’t leave it too late. It takes time to master new skills, and contacting us a few days before your exam is leaving it too late!

We are also in high demand – and our schedule can sometimes be filled weeks in advance. 

If you would like to meet to discuss how we can help, contact us via our contact form or through our free demo lesson page.

That’s all for June!

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