IELTS Journal - Tips for IELTS Reading

IELTS Journal - Tips for IELTS Reading

Author: Adam Smith
IELTS 7+
From the author: many teachers and books talk about skimming and scanning as key techniques for IELTS reading. But, here we refer to the words 'skimming' and 'scanning' as ‘finding’ in my lessons as they may seem confusing to students.

1800 Toefl Essential Vocabulary

1800 Toefl Essential Vocabulary

Author: Darakwon
Level: TOEFL
A list of 1800 essential words with definitions and examples, using frequent TOEFL topic categories, is presented for ESL students preparing to take the TOEFL. Students are likely to think that the more words they know, the better grades they earn. Meanwhile, it is impossible to know all the words presented in real TOEFL because they do not have enough time to prepare the test as well as enough skills to solve the questions perfectly.

IELTS Vocabulary Booster

IELTS Vocabulary Booster

Author: Artur Krotkov, Nadin Miles
Level: IELTS
The IELTS Vocabulary Booster is written for those who want to get the highest score at IELTS and enter University of a dream. The book focuses mainly on vocabulary for writing an essay, but it will be also very helpful to prepare for speaking, reading and listening parts of IELTS. With this book, you will learn over 500 new words on 9 basic topics used in IELTS writing task II: education, health, environment, crime and punishment, food, art, globalization, technology, and outer space. This book is written with one main goal in mind - to increase your IELTS score as quickly as possible.

The Official Guide to IELTS

The Official Guide to IELTS

Author: Cambridge ESOL
Level: IELTS
The IELTS test is used as a measure of English language proficiency by over 7,000 educational institutions, government departments and agencies, and professional organizations in 135 countries. This Official Guide to IELTS for ESL students covers all parts of the IELTS and all of its question types: multiple-choice, short answer, sentence completion, flowchart completion, graphs, tables, note taking, summarizing, labeling diagrams and maps, classification, matching, and selecting from a list.

ACE THE IELTS - Tips from a teacher

ACE THE IELTS - Tips from a teacher

Author: Phillip Greene
Level: IELTS
ACE THE IELTS - Tips from a teacher is a set of practical tips that have been used with great success previously to prepare students for the IELTS. It includes short instructions on how to get a better score with your current level of English as well as tips on how to improve in the specific skills examined by the IELTS. Other sections discuss common weaknesses on each module as well as advice on how to avoid these.Also including unique exercises for your own individual or group use that you can use to improve your band score on the test.The author is an experienced test prep teacher whose former students now live, work, and study in Australia, Canada, and in many other countries across the world.