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International English Language Testing System

Whether it is to improve job prospects, to study abroad or starting a new life in a developed country, most people feel so excited about taking IELTS, Simply Because if they get a good score in IELTS, a much better life awaits them.

Many of these excited people start googling  the term ‘IELTS’ and start studying on the first webpage showing up, or they go to the nearest language school, thinking that all teachers and all language schools teach the same thing and in the same way. Only after studying so hard, spending so much money and so much time do they realize that their IELTS score has not improved, even just a little. The worst part is that, after studying for months, many of them feel so confused about how they should prepare for the test.

This confusion is caused by opposing advice internet websites and teachers give. After long hours of studying, some IELTS students are still not sure what the best strategy for answering IELTS reading questions is. They are not sure if they should read all words in the reading passages ,or they should read the first and the last sentence of each paragraph. or even maybe they should stop reading the passage altogether and try to find the answer in the passage just by using keywords.

The confusion is even greater about IELTS writing. Many students end up not being sure how many paragraph long their essay must be, if it is necessary to directly state their own opinion in the essay, and if so, should they write it in the introduction or in the conclusion paragraph of the essay. Is it also possible to use the pronoun ‘I’ in IELTS academic writing? How about giving a personal example of what happened to you or a person you know which is related to the topic of the writing task?

But does it really have to be so difficult? Does it have to be so confusing? And If it is confusing, is there a solution? Well, the answer to the questions are very simple. We have to only see why it became confusing in the first place. It was the bad advice that caused all the problems. In fact, with right advice, genuine progress and a boost in IELTS score is quite achievable. All you need to is to study authentic IELTS material published by Cambridge and a professional who has studied all the Cambridge books who can select and provide you with exactly what you need.

Here at BIZ ENGLISH, we have gathered a highly professional team of IELTS experts who have spent years studying all authentic material who can give you all Techniques that really work , which help you improve your score. From session one of the class, you can personally feel that you are on the right track and what you receive in class as input is setting the right journey for you to achieve the score that you really need. Our professional team will also show you the real resources of IELTS so you can rest assured that what you are receiving in class is completely genuine and is not something written online by a random IELTS teacher.

At BIZ ENGLISH, we only offer one-on-one IELTS classes. This is because the whole class is organized in a way that fully addresses student’s individual needs. For example, an IELTS candidate who can score 6 but need a score of 6.5 will receive IELTS techniques, academic writing and falimilrizaton with the test. But if the same student wants to score 7, he will also need to improve his range and accuracy of the grammar and vocabulary he uses. This will call for some lessons where the student also practices his general English skills.

The books covered in class:

  1. Complete IELTS Series.
  2. Cambridge Series (9 to 13)
  3. The official Cambridge Guide To IELTS
  4. Longman Academic Writing Series
  5. Oxford Word Skills
  6. IELTS Plus 2, 3
  7. IELTS Trainer
  8. The Key To IELTS Success
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Clearly, reading all pages of these book is too time consuming which makes it an impossible task to do. It is the responsibility of our IELTS experts to assess students’ strengths and weaknesses, and select and Present the parts of the book that the IELTS trainee needs. This way, trainees will only receive the material they need and don’t waste time on lessons that will not make a difference in their IELTS score.

The number of classes each student needs before they receive their desired score varies greatly from student to student. But as a rule of thumb, students may need 4 to 8 hours of lesson each week, continuing from 3 to 6 months.