School’s Out: IELTS Teaching Stories From June 2019

Jun 30, 2019 | IELTS, IELTS News, IELTS Test

It’s been another month of successes at With an Expert!

IELTS Newsletter: What We've Done

We Have Been Voted A Top 100 Digital Enterprise

We’re pleased to share that our business has featured in the Digital Enterprise Top 100 special report!

We were excited to attend the celebratory event on 27 June 2019 at the Everyman Cinema in Leeds.

Digital Enterprise Top 100 by Andrew Turner at

Over the past few years, we have been working hard on upgrading and continually improving our digital offerings. It is wonderful to have all our hard work recognised.

There is much more in the pipeline. Over the next few months, we intend to start both a podcast and webinar series, as well as launch our first video courses.

Next month there will also be a revamp of our Writing Corrections course – with even further innovations planned for later this year.

Social Media

Our Twitter account continues to be updated with news of interest to IELTS test candidates.

I have also opened a LinkedIn account, and this will be rapidly expanded and developed over 2019.

If you would like more in-depth advice about IELTS, then connect with me on LinkedIn.

Website News

This month we continued with our focus on IELTS Writing, turning out attention to Task 2.

The first page answers the question: What is IELTS Writing Task2? It explains the small difference between the General and Academic versions of the test, and lists many of the topics used.

The second page explains the different question types used in Task 2. As a free gift, we include a link to 4 Task 2 questions which are based on each of the main question types.

We continued our series on IELTS vocabulary – linking you to some articles which contain high-level collocation.

Finally, we have published part two of our special series on emigrating to Australia.

IELTS Newsletter: Who We've Met

Where Our Students Come From

This month we have taught students from Russia; Macau; New Taipei, Taiwan; Minsk, Belarus; Seoul, South Korea; Berlin, Germany; Doha, Qatar; London, UK; Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; Brussels, Belgium; and Tokyo, Japan.

We could teach you too – all you need is an internet and an internet-connected device.

Student Spotlight

This month we would like to shine a spotlight on the success of our student Mohammed Adly.

Adly has been studying with us for a while, in addition to using our proofreading service.

Now for his success. He was recently awarded an MA in International Education at Keele University. Not only that, he was awarded a distinction!

Congratulations Adly!

Why Learn With Us?

We are passionate about what we do and feel that your success is our success.

You can see our most recent IELTS success stories here.

Needs help? Book a free demo lesson with us.

When Can You Book An IELTS Lesson?

We have received a few emails recently from people who are taking the test within a week of contacting us.

Good teachers are not sitting at their computer just waiting for the next job to roll in.

We are proud to offer a first class service, and as a result, we are fully booked several weeks ahead. Some of our students continue studying with us long after they have achieved the score they need on the IELTS test

If you would like to take lessons with us, then we strongly advise that you try to contact us a month in advance. We might be able to help you sooner – but we will have limited lesson spaces.

More importantly, you will not have enough time to implement everything you learn in our lessons.

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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