IDP or British Council: Which is best for IELTS?
Understanding IELTS by British Council. Description. Since this is the first online course I have ever taken on the FutureLearn platform, I had to spend some time on familiarizing with the structure of the selected course and main types of assignments and lectures provided by the lecturers.
Which is best for IELTS, British Council or IDP? Where should you take your IELTS test? There is no difference between the IELTS test at the BC and in IDP.; There is also no difference between examiners and marking in the BC and IDP.; Who owns IELTS? Both IDP and the British Council are part owners of IELTS along with Cambridge English Language Assessment.
IELTS Writing Task 2 (also known as IELTS Essay Writing) is the second task of your IELTS Writing test.Here, you will be presented with an essay topic and you will be scored based on your ability to respond to the topic.
IELTS Writing Task 1 is often a challenge for students taking IELTS. This video will provide tips and advice on what to do, and what not to do, so that you can do your best on IELTS Writing Task 1 questions. Watch this video to see how to do your best for the Task 2 Writing in IELTS.
Introduction to IELTS: Overview of the IELTS test, the difference between Academic and General Training, paper-based and computer-delivered tests: Thursday 4 June 2020: IELTS Study Plan: Writing: Tuesday 9 June 2020: Writing Task 2: Opinion and argument essays: Thursday 11 June 2020: IELTS Study Plan: Reading: Tuesday 16 June 2020: Academic Reading.
This is a series of free IELTS preparation webinars that are aimed at providing test takers with the support they need to prepare for the test. IELTS prepration webinars will be conducted by IELTS experts over the month of June. Each webinar will last for approximately 60 minutes, and will help you find out what to expect during the test.
Is it OK to correct yourself in the IELTS speaking test? Chris Pell, winner of the British Council’s Teaching English blog award for his post helping IELTS students with pronunciation, gives us his advice in the first part of his list of dos and don’ts for the IELTS speaking test. Do warm up. What would happen if a footballer decided to play a game without running or stretching first?