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How to Improve Your IELTS (English) Score

Posted on November 11, 2009 at 11:02 PM

With many of my clients and visitors to this website originating from non-English speaking countries, quite often what lets them down on the points score for emigrating to Australia can be their English skills, or their IELTS score.


My advice to people who have not scored highly on their IELTS is to not give up.  Just because your score is not very high, doesn't mean it never will be.  It just means that it is an area that requires your focus.


I have done some research on the subject, and according to an IELTS specialist, less than 10% of candidates receive the IELTS score that they require.


Luckily for you, Nab That Job in Australia! have just partnered up with an organisation who have operated in schools for over 8 years, specialising in preparing and teaching students the IELTS test.


What our new IELTS partners can offer you, is an Online IELTS Preparation Course.  As you may know, the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a test of English language proficiency. Over 1.2 million candidates take the test each year.


Our course is designed to prepare you to maximise your IELTS score in writing, speaking, listening and reading. Our course includes our special "IELTS Pointers to Success" - proven tips to help you maximise your score. Don't take the IELTS test without taking our course!


NB - The fee includes 3 months unlimited access and teacher support - an extremely valuable resource!


According to our IELTS partner, "Having a good level of English language does not guarantee you a top score in the IELTS examination".  However, this Online IELTS Preparation Course has the capability of increasing your IELTS score by at least one band!


The information you will learn is focussed more on how to take the test, rather than on language development, thereby putting you ahead of many other students.


To increase your IELTS score, click here.



 


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