Is IELTS band score of 8 or even 8.5 too difficult to achieve? The answer is … NO. It is definitely possible, and today I am happy to show you not one or two, but 11 (eleven!) people who did it just last month.
Meet our “IELTS result of the month” competition winners of February 2012:
- Shraddha Suresh from India, Band 8.5 (with 9 in Listening and Reading)
- Shailesh Busgeeth from Mauritius, Band 8.5
- Chee Jan Win from Malaysia, Band 8.5 (with 9 in Writing)
Academic Module – 2nd place
- Rekha Rajasekhara from India, Band 8
- M. Kalashyani Muthusamy from Malaysia, Band 8
- Patricia Galvez from Spain, Band 8
- Sweety Mary John from India, Band 8
- Nneka Anaegbu from Nigeria, Band 8
Academic Module – 3rd place
- Nagre Abhishek from India, Band 7.5
- Talha Tayyab from Pakistan, Band 7.5
- Mohammad Erfani from Iran, Band 7.5
General Training Module – 1st place
- Navpreet Sidhu from India, Band 8.5
General Training Module – 2nd place
- Chia-Hang Chen from Taiwan, Band 8
- Ankush Abat from India, Band 8
General Training Module – 3rd place
- Venkat Marakala from India, Band 7.5
- Delphin Gilbert from India, Band 7.5
Congratulations to the IELTS champions! We are sending your special winners’ certificates to your emails, and your IELTS results will be displayed in the IELTS-Blog hall of fame.
And since everyone would like to know HOW the winners achieved their scores, I invite them to share any good tips and methods that helped them get such great results in IELTS.
As soon as we hear from the winners – 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.