IELTS Results competition winners in September 2017

September has given us the pleasure to announce 7 test takers who won in the IELTS Results Competition. These lovely people will always remember September 2017 as the month they finally conquered IELTS. Let’s give the lucky seven a round of applause, and here comes the list:

Academic Module – 1st placeBand 9 in IELTS

  • Nikolaos Staikoglou from Greece, Band 8
  • Dhanya Saji from India, Band 8

Academic Module – 2nd place

  • Phillemon Mutoko from Zimbabwe, Band 7.5
  • Jahanavi Chhabra from India, Band 7.5

Academic Module – 3rd place

  • Krishna Patel from India, Band 7

General Training Module – 1st place

  • Ramandeep Singh Dureja from India, Band 8.5

General Training Module – 2nd place

  • Surendran Munuswamy from India, Band 8

Congratulations to the winners! You are determined, dedicated and hardworking people, and deserve every bit of this success. As a token of our appreciation we are sending your certificates of achievement to your emails. Winning IELTS results will be displayed in the IELTS-Blog hall of fame – so if you won, please feel free to show them off to your friends!

Well, what does it take to get a high score in IELTS? How do you make it happen? If anyone can answer these questions, our winners can!

So, we hope to hear from the winners the stories of how they prepared and studied, and what helped them achieve success in IELTS. Anything they wish to share will be posted on IELTS-Blog without delay, so everyone can use the same technique and get a better score in their own exam this month.

P.S. IELTS results competition runs every month, and everyone is welcome to participate. Learn how to enroll here.

IELTS Speaking test in Uzbekistan – September 2017

Our friend M remembered the following Speaking questions after taking the IELTS test in Uzbekistan:

Speaking testIELTS test in Uzbekistan

Interview

– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– What subject are you studying?
– Did you like your secondary school?
– What subject didn’t you like there?
– Why do you think it wasn’t enjoyable?
– Would you like to be a teacher?

Cue Card

Describe an event that was important in your country’s history. Please say

– What was the event?
– Was there a person who played the main role in the event?
– Why was it so important, in your opinion?

Discussion

– Is learning history important?
– How can people learn history nowadays?
– Are there any other ways to do it?
– What is the role of museums in history study?

 

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