How do you study for IELTS?
The advice is much the same in all books and on all websites:
1. Practice the reading and listening using an exam practice book. If you have an incorrect answer, try and find out why.
2. Get a tutor to check your speaking and writing to find your mistakes and give you advice on style. Then practice as much as you can.
www.fetsystem.com is also a IELTS website which provides IELTS tips and material
ielts2u - an IELTS speaking and writing help site
The British Council provides guidance on how to prepare for the IELTS test http://www.britishcouncil.org/learning-ielts-prepare-for-ielts-test.htm You can also check your local British Council site for IELTS practice tips and information on how to prepare for IELTS exams. http://www.britishcouncil.org/learning-ielts-in-your-country.htm http://www.fetsystem.com/
Yes, of course. Just as witheverythingelse, people can increase their knowledge by self-study. There are various courses offered to prepare for the IELTS, but they all require the active participation of students. Going to an IELTS course will not automatically improve a person's IELTS score unless you are active in your learning. Active means paying attention to what is taught, solving practice problems and improving conversation skills and listening skills. A person can easily improve…