School’s Out: IELTS and OET Teaching Stories From September 2022

Sep 29, 2022 | IELTS, IELTS Test

September is usually a quieter month in the IELTS world as students have either gained or failed to secure their place at university.

Not so this year — there is still a great deal of interest in IELTS, and our work continues apace! 

IELTS Newsletter: What We've Done

Where We’ve Been

This September, we have created new content for our website, sent our Task 2 book to the publishers and begun work on a book for Academic Task 1.

We have also met hundreds of candidates and helped many to identify the barriers that are holding them back.

Website News

Every month we update our website with new content and model essays. 

This month we published a new model essay for a semi-formal letter to a gym. This one focuses on how to deal with plurals in bullet points — something which causes many test candidates to lose marks!

Our Task 2 model essay tackles a to what extent do you agree or disagree essay — this time on the subject of retirement age. Writing about the elderly is something that the elderly often seem to find difficult. 

We have also published other pages to help you learn vocabulary and keep updated with international migration news. 

Next month we will have a special issue highlighting our recommended top IELTS study books — so keep your eyes open for that! 

You can find them all on our blog.

IELTS Newsletter: Who We've Met

Where Our Students Come From

As specialists in online teaching, our students come from around the world. This month we met test candidates from…

Doha, Qatar; Cairo, Egypt; Amman, Jordan; Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Taipei, TaiwanHong Kong; Beijing, ChinaSingaporeIndia; Jakarta, Indonesia; Colombo, Sri Lanka; ManilaPhilippines; Darwin, Australia; Accra, Ghana; Bombay, 

IELTS Newsletter: Why We Teach

Student Spotlight

This month we shine the spotlight on Sean from Taiwan, who is currently studying at a top Singaporean university after scoring a band 8.0. Listen to more about how he succeeded in the video below…

Is Sean’s dream your dream? Would you like to achieve his level of success in 2022? 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 9.00 am to 6.30 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 September!

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