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  1. Hi Yusjawu, we would love to help you prepare for IELTS. Please sign up on this page to receive the latest questions, tips, free materials and advice – just enter your name and email address in the subscription form on this page. You will start receiving our emails straight away. It doesn’t cost anything to subscribe.

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  3. Hello, I’m Gloria Chakma. Form Bangladesh i want to learn English conversation or target IELTS course.
    So, please help me everything topics.

  4. Any material I can get on academic reading ,always get stock at 6.5 wen I needed 7in the real exam.Thanks

  5. Hi Omolara, it is such a coincidence that I got a question on this on Quora a couple of days ago, I believe my answer there would help you, too. I am copying it below:

    When you realise your IELTS reading score isn’t enough and you need to improve it, there is a number of things you can do.

    One of them is time management – if you don’t manage your time in the test, you need to change that. If you do manage your time, think whether your strategy is working for you, and if not, how it can be changed to produce better results.

    A bit of analysis can also help. By analysing your mock test performance you can find out what question types are the hardest for you – it will be the ones you often get wrong, and then you can work on those particular types. Learn techniques how to find the correct answers faster.

    Then there is your overall speed, which comes from how quickly you can answer the question types that you don’t have trouble with. In many cases you’re able to go through a reading test at a reasonable speed, but it doesn’t mean it’s your ultimate best – you can improve it by practicing and perfecting your technique.

    Hope this helps!

  6. Hello, I’m Carol Adams, I need recent IELTS preparation guide that would keep me at band 8.

  7. Hi Samreen
    When is ur reading, listening and writing exam? My exam is on 1 April but I don’t know when is my speaking.

  8. To make speaking English easier the first thing is to… start doing it as much as you can. It won’t be easy at first, but practice daily and it will get easier. Find a speaking partner and you can take turns at asking each other these IELTS Speaking questions and answering them. It’s a good way to prepare for the Speaking test.

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