IELTS Four-week course

Course Info:

Our IELTS course is designed to give you intensive preparation to help you achieve your exam target grade.




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Course Requirements:

This course aims to help students at intermediate level (B1) enhance their exam skills through looking at different types of questions and discovering a range of useful techniques such as time management, question analysis and processing speed. The course aims to give students opportunities to practice exam questions using various types of learning materials and enhance the exam skills they need to get a higher band score in IELTS

Course Calender:

  1. We use Cambridge English Placement Test (CEPT) to make sure you are B1+
  2. Placement Tests (PTs) are conducted from Sundays to Thursdays from 12.00 pm to 6.00 pm
  3. 4 weeks, 3 sessions per week, 3 hours per session

Course Goals:

On this course, students will:

  1. Practice mock tests in all areas.
  2. Help students gain full understanding of each part of the test:
    listening, reading, speaking and writing and the purpose of each one.
  3. Equip students with strategies needed to undertake the test confidently.
  4. Exam skills such as time management, question analysis and processing
    speed, and techniques such as scanning, paraphrasing and skimming.
  5. Learn and notice key vocabulary related to each IELTS exam topic.
  6. Familiarize the students with the format and content of the test.
  7. Provide students with detailed feedback on areas of strengths and
    those of weakness that would need extra focus.

By the end of the course students will be able to

Improve grammatical accuracy and expand their vocabulary

Boost their confidence to perform their best on the test date.

Gain essential skills and useful techniques they need to maximize their IELTS score.

Course content:


  • Understand main ideas and specific factual information
  • Recognize the opinions, attitudes and purpose of a speaker
  • Follow the development of an argument

II. Writing

  • Write a response appropriately
  • Organize ideas
  • Use a range of vocabulary and grammar accurately

III. Reading

  • Read for the general sense of a passage
  • Read for the main ideas
  • Read for detail
  • Understand inferences and implied meaning
  • Recognize a writer’s opinions, attitudes and purpose
  • Follow the development of an argument

IV. Speaking

  • Communicate opinions and information on everyday topics and common experiences; to do this you will need to answer a range of questions
  • Speak at length on a given topic using appropriate language
  • Organize your ideas coherently
  • Express and justify your opinions
  • Analyze, discuss and speculate about issues
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