- Learn how to study for each part of the IELTS test.
- When practising, only use official IELTS sample test questions and resources.
- Understand what the examiner is looking for.
- Keep your ideas and answers simple.
- Get help from a qualified teacher or course, such as IELTS Advantage VIP course.
Below I have gathered a collection of links to general IELTS tips, tools and resources that will help you organise your studies and get the score you need.
However, it’s important that you realise that these tips and links won’t change your IELTS score on their own. You need to take action if you wish to improve!
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Organising Your Studies
How Long Will it Take Me to Get the Score I Need?
How to Prepare for IELTS at Home for Free
My IELTS Test is next week, what should I do?
How to Get a Band 7+ in 5 Steps
Should I use a Pen or a Pencil?
Traits of Successful Students
The Secret Method All IELTS 8+ Students Have In Common
5 Things Band 7+ IELTS Students Do
Podcast: How Mindset Will Affect Your Score
Overcoming Stress on IELTS Test Day
IELTS Writing Task 2: 8 Steps to Success
6 Common Mistakes in Writing Task 2
Task 2 Preparation Infographic
Using Collocations to Boost Your IELTS Score
The 1 Thing That Will Improve Your Task 2 Score
Practice English from Home
25 Free Online Language Learning Tools
Helping IELTS Students Practice Phonetics at Home for Free
Things I’ve Learned From Teaching IELTS
Top 10 IELTS Misconceptions That Stop People Getting a High Score
Should I Get My Test Remarked?
Top 6 Mistakes General Training Students Make
Why Doctors Fail the IELTS Test
IELTS vs OET: Which is Better for Medical Professionals?
12 Things I Learned From Being an IELTS ‘Concierge’
Why the Average Student Gets Band 5.5
6 Essential Blogs for IELTS Students
I hope you have found these resources helpful.
If you have any questions, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and either myself or a member of the team will get back to you.
We are constantly adding to our collection of resources, so if you have a suggestion please let us know.