Help with IELTS preparation

The syllabus for IELTS preparation is based on the CEFR. The CEFR is the Common European Framework of Reference.

The CEFR was developed to help teachers and students understand their level of English, and it provides us with the language – the vocabulary, the grammar, the pronunciation as well as the reading, writing, listening and speaking skills – that you are expected to know at each level. It also tells us how and what to teach at each level of your English learning.

Our teachers have provided help with IELTS preparation to students for many years. Consequently, we know what to expect and the skills that the examiners are looking for. We provide direct one-to-one tutoring and we are confident in our ability to improve your chances when you take the exam.

The CEFR includes six levels of language proficiency and describes what you can do at each level:

Help with IELTS preparation - CEFR descriptors

Our IELTS syllabus is based on the CEFR and is designed to help with IELTS preparation allowing our students the best possible chance to succeed in the exam.

The IELTS Exam

Listening: 40 questions, approximately 30 minutes

Reading: 40 questions, approximately 60 minutes

Writing: 2 tasks, 60 minutes

Listening: 3 parts, 11 – 14 minutes

IELTS offers two exams:

Academic Module

General Training Module

Help with IELTS preparation - The CEFR levels

The IELTS exam is designed to help students and professionals prove their English language proficiency. A good IELTS score will get you into the job or university you want to be in. We can help you succeed.

IELTS qualifications are recognised by over 11,000 educational institutions and companies worldwide. There is no better way to prepare yourself to work or study in the English-speaking world.

We are always happy to provide consultation to prospective students and would welcome any questions or comments that you may have. 

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