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Anu - iPass student of the month

We have chosen Anu as our November student of the month because she was determined to clear IELTS despite ‘struggling a lot to score band 7 in writing’ which she admitted was her ‘biggest hurdle’

When Anu, a doctor from Nepal, signed with iPass in September she told us that her dream was to work as a midwife in the UK but she was starting to feel very frustrated with the IELTS test because she had spent a lot of money on other online materials but not succeeded, even after several attempts. To register with the GMC in the UK, Anu needed an overall band 7.5 with no individual score below band 7.

Eventually she was recommended by a friend to go to iPass to help improve her IELTS writing skills. She said she needed to understand her mistakes as well as her weak points and with the constant help of our tutors she was able to work on specific areas of her writing that helped her a lot to improve.

Finally she was able to clear IELTS with overall band 8 (7 in writing) and is now planning to start working in England as a midwife. She told us “It would never be possible without achieving the required criteria in IELTS. Clearing this test was the gateway to my dream job. All credits go to you and your team. I don’t have enough words to thank you.”

Well, we certainly don’t believe that we deserve the credit because Anu was the one who persevered and kept practising while taking all of the feedback onboard in order to overcome the difficulties she was having before and finally it all paid off.

Everyone on the iPass team wishes her well with her future career in the UK!


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I highly recommend iPass to anyone who seriously wants best result in the IELTS exam. If I had not gone through iPass and met Mr Nigel, I would not have passed the ielts.
Last year I sat for it and had 6.5 as overall band score but as a prospective PhD student in English in any of the UK universities, having 6.5 is unacceptable. The required overall band score should be 7.0.
Thanks to Mr Nigel, I resat the ielts and had 8.0 in the speaking test, 7.5 in reading, 6.5 in writing and a 6 in listening, which I guess had to do with lack of concentration at that point. Above all I am elated. My overall band score is 7.0. This is exactly what I want and I am very grateful.

It is a terrible mistake for anyone to think that he or she can go through the ielts alone with any outside assistance. The four sections of the exam are jam-packed with tricky questions that even a native speaker will struggle with. My advice is — go for help with iPassielts.com. Do not be ashamed to open up your weak points in English so that they can help you. And be ready to do all the exercises on the iPassielts website (of course after you’ve registered!) Finally take the speaking exercise seriously with either Mr Nigel or Jenny. I had 8.0 in my speaking test because I listened to them. They are awesome!

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