Marvin from The Philippines is our student of the month for January. Read More →
In this week's blogpost from the series "IELTS Reading made easier", we're going to look at a fascinating article all about the teenage brain and give you some great tips on how to answer multiple choice questions, which can be particular tricky until you know the best way of answering them!Read More →
If you are preparing for the IELTS test - academic or general - you will know there are several different types of questions in both the Reading and Listening tests. In this mini series "IELTS Reading made easier", we're going to look at different question types and give you some great tips on how to answer them correctly!
We're going to start with the True/False/Not Given or Yes/No/Not Given questions because those are the ones that our students always have the most difficulty with.Read More →
E-learning has undoubtedly revolutionised the way we educate ourselves with so many different training courses and teaching resources now available online. Thanks to the internet and the explosion of youtube in particular, both children and adults can learn so many new skills and gain a vast array of qualifications, without needing to leave their homes.
But does online learning suit everyone? This blogpost looks at the pros and cons of learning online so you can decide if it's the right choice for you!Read More →
Mina from South Korea is our student of the month for December. Read More →
After much anticipation, the NMC (Nursing and Midwifery Council) in the UK has agreed to reduce the Academic IELTS writing test requirement from band 7 to 6.5. Read More →
Radwan, from Egypt, is our student of the month for November Read More →
Many of our students who work in the medical profession as doctors and nurses often ask which English test should they prepare for - OET (Occupational English Test) or IELTS (International English Language Testing System).
As IELTS test preparation providers we naturally favour the IELTS test, but at the end of the day it's a decision that has to be made individually.
So, if you are someone who has to make that decision, here are some quick comparisons to help you decide.Read More →
Celeste, from The Philippines, is our student of the month for October. Read More →
Stanley, from India, is our student of the month for September. Read More →