Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Why You Must Pursue Your Dream Career Abroad

The IELTS UKVI is a government-approved exam for UK visa and immigration purposes. It is used to demonstrate individuals' English language abilities. The exam has five different versions.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Commonly Confused English Expressions You Need to Get Right

One of the things that your IELTS online course will teach you is the importance of vocabulary in the high-stakes exam. Although it is not a specified scoring element in any of the test’s components, vocabulary has a huge impact on your overall band score.

Monday, October 2, 2017

Effective Communication Strategies in the Workplace

The IELTS Davao is an avenue for students in Mindanao and nearby provinces to hone their English communication skills and develop their potential. Once students accomplish their exam score goal, it will be easier for them to apply to work or study in an English-speaking country.

Friday, September 22, 2017

IELTS Tips: How to Make Your Commutes More Productive

One of the pitfalls of taking classes in a review center for IELTS in the metro is the commute. Even if your travel time does not coincide with the rush hour, you still have to spend a lot of time sitting in traffic. Imagine what you could have accomplished with the time you spent in traffic.

Avoid wasting time in traffic. Whether you travel by public or private transportation to the IELTS review center, in Makati, you will most probably be plagued by the heavy traffic. Don’t worry! Here are some things you can do to make your long commutes work in your favor.

Sunday, September 17, 2017

6 Simple Ways to Sharpen Your Listening Skills

Listening is one of the skills that instructors will help you develop in an IELTS review center. Active listening is essential for effective communication. It helps build a strong relationship between the listener and the speaker, and allows ease of interaction. Most individuals need to improve their listening techniques to better engage in conversations. But how does one become an active listener?