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Webinars7 – Your Ultimate Guide for IELTS Preparation

IELTS Webinars7 offers IELTS preparation courses on writing, reading, listening and speaking that teach you the strategies you need to succeed in IELTS. Each course lasts for seven days. You attend a 60-minute online class that teaches you the steps to follow to complete different IELTS writing, reading, listening, and speaking questions. You complete homework, practice exercises, and mock tests and our instructors provide you with detailed feedback on what you should to do improve your writing, reading, listening, and speaking skills. All courses are delivered online and you can prepare for IELTS in the comfort of your own home.

You attend the first day of each course for free, and only register for the course if you like our strategy-based teaching approach.

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Reading (General)

November 1 – 7
6.0 – 7.30 PM
(EDT)

Writing Task 2

November 1 – 7
10.00 – 11.30 AM
(EDT)

Writing Task 1 (Academic)

November 1 – 7
8.00 – 9.30 AM
(EDT)

Did you know?

Every IELTS Question (General Test) has two parts. Part 1 introduces test takers to the task. Part 2 asks you to answer a number of bullet point requirements.
There are two main ways to separate paragraphs from each other in an IELTS essay. The first one is to add a one-line space between paragraphs. The second one is to indent each paragraph’s first line.
Each test taker should be aware of two or three mistakes that they usually make. When they proof-read their writing, they need to focus in particular on those two to three mistakes.
To understand what a graph is about, you should read the first sentence of the IELTS question, and look at the heading and the axis of the graph.
In Writing Task 1 (Academic), you should identify the overview by comparing the data at the beginning and end of the period.

The verbs “increase” and “decrease” are usually followed by the preposition “to”. You should use the proposition “at” for stability. An example:
“The figures remained stable at 40 percent”.

Every IELTS essay question has two main parts:
1)  factual information
2) essay question(s)
The focus of the essay is on
answering the question(s).

There are four main Task 2 essays:
1) opinion
2) advantages and disadvantages
3) for and against
4) solution to a problem

Examiners do not assess what you write (i.e. your ideas) but only how you write it (i.e. your language proficiency).
There should be three to four body paragraphs in an IELTS Task 2 Essay. It is very important to discuss ONE idea in each paragraph.

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Did you know? You still score 1 Point if you write T instead of True in the IELTS reading/listening test. ... See MoreSee Less

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Hi IELTS test takers,
Watch this video to get a better understanding of the tasks used in the IELTS Academic and General Reading Test.
https://t.co/uvI5zZUz5F https://t.co/rTAfrLbb0Q

Recent IELTS Task 2:
"Ordinary people like to imitate famous people. Why do you think that happens? Do you think it is good for people to copy famous people?"
Ps: This is an opinion essay. You need to write 2 body paragraphs per each question. https://t.co/rTAfrLbb0Q

Did you know? You still score 1 Point if you write T instead of True in the IELTS reading/listening test.

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