My Top 5 IELTS Sites

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Preparing for the IELTS test can be daunting and tiring, just like me, I tried to find online materials as much as possible and ended up too much information for me to digest. It’s overwhelming, especially when the test had been just around the corner. So, don’t be greedy and trying to absorb everything on these websites. You probably end up with exhaustion, just like I did. Be wise in choosing learning material that you need to improve your skills.

My top 5 learning sites, 

  1. IELTS Liz
  2. IELTS Simon
  3. IELTS Academic Resources
  4. IELTS Practice
  5. IELTS Speaking – Youtube

Some of them provide tips and tricks in video form, whereas some provide past questions and practice. I found them very useful as I don’t attend classes, so these websites gave me detailed tips on how to get and avoid losing scores for every section.

These materials are absolutely free to access, unless you want to book virtual classes or purchase reference books. Otherwise, they are enough for you to get a good grade in IELTS. If you have any doubt about the information given on these websites, please remember to follow the rules and instructions given by the IELTS British Council.

For speaking test, you could find some speaking groups on Facebook to practice speaking on Skype. You can simply search IELTS as a key word and you will see them. So, never stop trying and best luck to all of you.

We will either find a way or make one.

~ Hannibal (247-182 BC), Carthaginian General

~ Photo credit (modified): JeongGuHyeok / Pixabay / CC BY-NC

12 thoughts on “My Top 5 IELTS Sites

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  4. Kah Choon, I am preparing myself for the IELTS and it has been absolutely useful to find your Blog. Thanks for sharing your personal experiences with us.


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