Now-a -days a lot of students aspire to pursue their graduation or post-graduation courses from abroad. Some also go there to find a suitable job and settle down. In both cases, IELTS is required. IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is a standardized English language test that is used to determine proficiency for foreign speakers who live, work and study in an English-speaking environment. Most of the test takers fear getting low band score for the lack of proper guidance and their busy schedule. But using some tips and tricks one can easily get the desired band score. In this course, there will be some tips and guidelines in every module about how you can complete your IELTS preparation in minimum time and effort.
Writing is one of the most critical modules of the IELTS exam. In our academic writing, we often write assignments, paragraphs, essays, etc, but when it comes to IELTS writing, there are some certain structures. Without following those writing coherency is lost and thus a poor band score is generated. This course will help you to crack those structures.
In this course, you will get to learn the exact structures needed in a particular type of essay. The structure that is followed to describe a Bar Chart, may not be accurate for describing a process. Likewise, the structure of thesis-led essays is different from that of an argument-led essay.
You will also get study materials and guidelines regarding them for taking better preparation. Finally, a quiz will help you with self-assessment.
The benefit of the course:
- 15+ lessons in less than 1 hour
- Self-assessment at the end of this course
- Can complete when convenient
- Easily understandable
Requirements/prerequisites for the course:
- Basic English knowledge
- IELTS test-takers.
- People who already have basic knowledge about the test.
- Anyone who wants to improve writing skills by using easy tricks.
- People who want to improve their band score in the WRITING section.
- Lectures 10
- Quizzes 1
- Duration 1 hour
- Skill level Beginner
- Language English
- Students 774
- Assessments Self