Anyone who thinks that achieving Band 7, or 8, or 9 in IELTS is too hard … get ready, we are about to burst your bubble. The people whose names are shown below are hard proof that we, non-native English speakers, CAN do it.
Meet our “IELTS result of the month” competition winners in December 2011:
- Prashanthi Subramaniam from India, Band 9 (yes, 9!)
Academic Module – 2nd place
- Aziza Askarova from Uzbekistan, Band 8
- Karishma Singh from India, Band 8
- Yusuf Khalid Masood from India, Band 8
- Yomna Hassan from Egypt, Band 8
Academic Module – 3rd place
- Vidia Chandrawati from Indonesia, Band 7.5
- Ahmed Kabir Chaion from Bangladesh, Band 7.5
- Varun Kshatri from India, Band 7.5
General Training Module – 1st place
- Konstantinos Sakellaridis from Greece, Band 8.5
General Training Module – 2nd place
- Funto Ayanleke from Nigeria, Band 8
General Training Module – 3rd place
- Zahid Siddique from Pakistan, Band 7.5
- Giulia Mangiapane from Italy, Band 7.5
- Anand Rana from India, Band 7.5
- Remmy Rajendrababu from India, Band 7.5
- Venkatesh Neelakantan from India, Band 7.5
Congratulations to the owners of these terrific results! We are sending your special winners’ certificates to your emails, and your IELTS results will be displayed in the IELTS-Blog hall of fame.
But I guess what everyone would like to know is HOW the winners achieved their scores. And, in my experience, almost always the high achievers are able to find time in their busy day to share their tips and methods that helped them get great results in IELTS.
As soon as we hear from them – expect to see another post on the blog, or if you’re subscribed to daily updates – in your mailbox, telling you exactly how people manage to get a high score in IELTS.
P.S. IELTS results competition runs every month, and everyone is welcome to participate. Learn how to enroll here.