IELTS Results competition winners in June 2019

Six months into 2019 and the number of people participating in our IELTS results competition, and winning, is steadily increasing! Today we have the pleasure of announcing the 11 winners who sent their IELTS results to us in June 2019. Let’s take a moment to appreciate their achievements:

Academic Module – 1st placeBand 8.5 in IELTS

  • Jojy George Koshy from India, Band 8.5

Academic Module – 2nd place

  • Tusheen Narang from India, Band 8
  • Marie Augustine from Mauritius, Band 8
  • Shamsudeen Bello from Nigeria, Band 8
  • Nishal Sequeira from India, Band 8

Academic Module – 3rd place

  • Funmilayo Ajayi from Nigeria, Band 7.5
  • Sudhanshu Avasthi from India, Band 7.5
  • Habib Abiola Kelani from Nigeria, Band 7.5

General Training Module – 1st place

  • Preetha Rajan from India, Band 8.5

General Training Module – 2nd place

  • Komal Romil Chandarana from India, Band 7.5

General Training Module – 3rd place

  • Rohitkumar Pokiya from India, Band 6.5

Congratulations! We applaud the winners and send their certificates of achievement to their emails – let’s make this day a little bit special. The winning IELTS results will be displayed in the IELTS-Blog hall of fame – if you won, please feel free to show off to your family and friends!

Just in case you were wondering, ‘What did they do to score so well, and can I do the same?’, we sure hope to find out very soon! So far we know that one of the winners is our student – Abiola Kelani from Nigerua, who got Band 7.5. He wrote to us and said “Your website and writing correction service was of great benefit to me during my study for IELTS Academic.” – and we were really happy to see him achieve a massive improvement in writing.

But we have 10 more people who can share their IELTS secrets! In fact, Preetha Rajan (a proud owner of IELTS Band 8.5) promised to share her tips on the blog as soon as possible, which is amazing, and we hope that other winners will be just as generous! 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.

We asked IELTS high scorers how they studied – here is what we learned

If you’ve been visiting IELTS-Blog.com for a while, you would have heard about the monthly IELTS results competition we have, where every winner gets a chance to explain his or her strategies and study methods.

Whether YOUR personal challenge in IELTS is writing, speaking or running out of time, try what these high scoring test takers did and see how it works!

Mohadese

Band 8 in IELTS

Mohadese lives in Iran and speaks Farsi. She got an Overall Band 8 in IELTS, and told us this much about her exam preparation:

“I got familiar with this website while I was looking for a reliable person or website to assess my writing before the main exam. Plenty of my friends had experiences with IELTS-Blog.com, so I decided to send you what I was writing.

As getting a band score of 7 in writing has become really difficult in recent years, I was worried about it, but accurate assessment done by your website was undeniably beneficial to me.

In addition, I studied useful tips and samples on your website which were absolutely helpful.

In this way, I could improve my writing score from 6.5 to 7.

Apart from that, I should acknowledge my tutor, Mr. Hosseinzadeh, who provided me with great deal of valuable advice and helped me achieve my goal.

Thanks again to IELTS-blog for providing us with expert tutors.”

Mohammed

Mohamed got an overall IELTS Band score of 8, with a 9 in Reading and 8.5 in Listening. He has some good tips how to improve your speaking:

“I’d suggest other candidates to take up a lot of practice tests. Reading books, newspapers and business magazines helps. Engage in conversation with your friends, or at least speak to yourself in the mirror for some time to develop your speaking skills.

Use questions for speaking test sent by email from IELTS-Blog.com. Try not to repeat words such as “actually”, “like”, etc. while you speak. Be patient while speaking. Speak until you’re asked a different question.”

Jeffin

Band 7 in IELTSJeffin lives in India and speaks Malayalam. He got Band 7 in Academic IELTS, and here is what he recommends that you do to increase your score:

“Practice boosts your self-confidence in all the 4 modules.

For the Speaking test, find a friend to practice speaking with IELTS sample cue cards.

For writing, be familiar with different types of questions. For example, how to approach agree/disagree questions or questions that ask to discuss both view points, and also try to read sample essays as well as graphs or charts available in IELTS-blog.com.

For reading and listening the only suggestion I can give is to practice Cambridge listening and reading samples as much as possible.

Time management is also very important for every module, practice daily with the help of a timer. Finally, dedicate at least 4 hours per day and practice for minimum one month prior to your test.”

Many thanks to our winners for sharing their tips, and congratulations once again on doing so well!

 

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