How to put your worries aside and get down to work aiming at the score of 7 in your IELTS test?
Charles Dickins: The most important thing in life is to stop saying, “I wish” and start saying “I will.”
My Aim: Helping candidates to achieve the score of 7 or 8!!
I have taught IELTS preparation courses for more than 5 years. In order to help candidates taking this test, I am going to present my experiences in a series of blogs. I would be grateful if you could help me by adding your comments to the blogs in order to present a useful package for IELTS candidates.
Step: 1 – Signing up with a tutor
Follow these instructions and sign up with an experienced tutor:
- Sign up with a tutor with genuine experience in teaching this course. Practicing online individually is useful but will never get you to the level of 7. In choosing your tutor you should have the following points in mind during your trial class:
- His work experience in teaching IELTS
- His complete and comprehensive knowledge of the procedures of the test.
- His knowledge of useful tips and instructions on how to do each part of the test.
- Providing suitable and up to date textbooks.
- Arrange the following lesson plan with your tutor:
- Concentration on Speaking and Listening during the class.
- Correction of writing and reading tasks and giving you feedback during the class.
- Arrange to have 2 or 3 classes per week. This is the best sequence for online classes giving you time to do homework.
- Your tutor should at the end of each class give you a package of homework. (Reading or Writing task).
- Your tutor should be prepared to correct your writing tasks and give you feedback on them.