IELTS Speaking Plus
IELTS Speaking Plus is the ideal online test preparation course for candidates who only want to focus on improving their IELTS Speaking band score. It includes:
- interactive self-access lessons to guide you through each part of the speaking test
- 5 practice interviews with instant feedback on your performance from a professional iPass IELTS tutor
- 10 video/audio training modules for extra language practice
- complete access to the iPass IELTS toolkit; 100+ interactive exercises to improve your grammar, vocabulary and IELTS test skills
SAVE €20 when you sign up for Speaking + Writing Plus
Frequently asked questions
How long are the mock interviews?
The interviews take approximately 30-40 mins (5-min intro; 15-min interview; 10-20-min feedback)
Are all the interviews done online?
Yes. We usually use Skype, but we can also use Viber or Google Hangout if there is a problem with Skype.
Does it matter if I live in Australia? What about the time difference?
No, don't worry! We have tutors in Spain, Portugal, Australia and New Zealand with very flexible timetables, so we are able to interview students all over the world!
Are the tutors all native English teachers?
Yes. All of our tutors are highly experienced native English teachers with specific training in IELTS preparation.
How long do I have to wait for my feedback?
Your feedback is immediate. Your tutor will highlight your good points, make you aware of your mistakes, and advise you on the areas you need to improve to get a higher band score.
How can I get feedback on my writing as well as my speaking?
I did a Speaking Plus course with Jenny and Nigel to practise speaking before my exam. The feedback I got with each session helped me improve a lot and so I got 7 for speaking, which is just what I needed. I am very glad that I found this website before my test.
The iPass tutors are knowledgeable and professional. I successfully jumped one whole band in speaking after 5 skype sessions with Jenny. For anyone who wants to boost their IELTS speaking scores, I'd suggest to look no further than iPass IELTS.