With IELTS lasting for 3 months, here’s a breakdown of what the course includes.
|Weeks 1, 2, 3 and 4||Foundations of IELTS|
|Week 5||Reading Strategies and Skills|
|Weeks 6 and 7||Writing Strategies and Skills|
|Week 8||Listening Strategies and Skills|
|Weeks 9, 10, 11 and 12||Speaking Strategies and Skills and Practice Tests|
|Foundations of IELTS|
This unit reviews the important grammar and vocabulary that is required for a high score in the IELTS test.
|Reading Strategies and Skills|
Here you will learn key skills and techniques required for the reading exam.
|Writing Strategies and Skills|
Important grammar rules and exceptions as well as vocabulary will be learnt in this unit for the purpose of benefiting your writing skills.
|Listening Strategies and Skills|
Listening is difficult, so in this unit you will hear a variety of native speakers with different accents, to ensure that you are prepared to go to another country.
|Speaking Strategies and Skills and Practice Tests|
Speaking practice is vital to a good IELTS score, so in this unit speaking strategies will be combined with practice tests to make sure that you have plenty of time and plenty of practice both with Indian and native speakers of English.