The right preparation tools can help you score better in your IELTS test. That’s why we provide a wide range of free IELTS practice material and support tools to help you achieve a good score.
Book IELTS with IDP and get unrestricted access to 30-day online IELTS preparation course in all four skills – Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. The program allows you to either prepare for the entire IELTS test or focus completely on your weakest IELTS skill(s).
In partnership with the Macquarie University, the course offers:
We have curated some easy-to-understand familiarisation tutorials for you to get acquainted better with IELTS on computer format and features. Watch these to understand what to expect for Listening, Reading and Writing components on computer. The Speaking test continues to be face-to-face with a certified IELTS examiner.
It’s always better to enter your test room well-prepared. Acquainting yourself with the testing environment, time duration, and questioning pattern before the test can help evaluate yourself better and improve your IELTS score. Understand how to frame your answers under timed conditions and recognise your strengths and weaknesses with free IELTS practice tests by IDP.
The more access you have to authentic information, the more can you score in your IELTS. To help you achieve this, we provide daily updates on test information and advice via our Facebook page.
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Our YouTube channel ‘IELTS Essentials from IDP’ has a collection of videos covering an array of topics such as test tips, common mistakes, speaking samples and things to do before your IELTS test.
Listen to the recording attentively and focus more on answers. Remember that the recording is played only once.
Examine every detail of the figures, graphs or images in the question paper to be precise while answering
Perform a thorough analysis of assigned tasks and quickly prepare the answers mentally. Smartly divide your time for both tasks.
Speak clearly (slow and fluently). Listen to the questions asked carefully, and answer directly.