IELTS Preparation Class

IELTS Preparation Class includes strategies for approaching IETLS tasks as well as intensive work on listening, speaking, reading, dan writing skill. Advanced English skills are required for enrollment. A placement test will be given to all new students.

Which IELTS test is right for me?

There are two types of the IELTS test: IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training.

Click to view the brief descriptions of each type


IELTS Academic

The IELTS Academic test is for people applying for higher education or professional registration in an English speaking environment. It reflects some of the features of academic language and assesses whether you are ready to begin studying or training. This approach is widely supported by the institutions that recognise IELTS.

IELTS General Training

The IELTS General Training test is for those who are going to English speaking countries for secondary education, work experience or training programs.
It is also a requirement for migration to Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the UK. The test focuses on basic survival skills in broad social and workplace contexts.





This class includes intensive learning on listening, speaking, writing, reading as well as the strategies in doing the IELTS Test. The complete course is 40 meetings. Class normally meets 2-3 times a week

2. IELTS Writing & Speaking

This class includes intensive learning on academic writing skill as well as grammar. The complete course is 30 meetings. Class normally meets 2-3 times a week

40 meetings
120 minutes/meeting

30 meetings
120 minutes/meeting



IELTS Preparation Class focuses on four main modules : listening, speaking, writing, reading

Here is the breakdown of each module IELTS Academic Preparation Class.


1. Skimming for topic
- Identifying main ideas
- Predicting main ideas from textual clues
Skill 1: Matching headings
Skill 2: True/False/Not Given

2. Skimming for key data
- Identifying supporting ideas
- Scanning for specific details
- Identifying sections of a text
containing specific information
- Identifying key information and data
Skill 3: Matching informations
Skill 4: Multiple Choice

3. Finding vocabulary for expressing
opinions and ideas
- Distinguishing between fact and opinion
Skill 5: Yes/No/Not Given
Skill 6: Matching Sentence Endings

4. Analysing Information
- Classifying information
- Identifying the writer's point of view

1. Identifying contexts
- Predicting in notes
- Exam listening section 1

2. Labeling a map or plan
- Identifying supporting ideas
- Exam listening section 2

3. Identifying synonyms and paraphrases
- Table completion
- Exam listening section 3

4. Visual multiple choice
- Table completion
- Exam listening section 4

5. Nominalization in paraphrasing
- Sentence completion
- Exam listening section 2

6. Identifying and avoiding distractors
- Matching
- Exam listening section 4

7. Summary completion
Exam listening section 3

8. Listening to numbers and letters
- Form completion
Exam listening section 1

9. Identifying the speaker's attitude
Exam listening section 3

10. Understanding structure and flow
Exam listening section 4

1. Advantages and Disadvantages Essays
- Structure and Linking : Organizing your essay
- Structure and Linking : In Spite Of/Despite
- Writing introductions
- Writing conclusions
- Writing topic sentences
- Avoiding generalizations in your writing
- Using pronouns to link ideas and avoid repetition
- Using the passive
- Key Adverbs for emphasis, opinion and style

2. Problem and Solution Essays
- Structure and Linking : Contrasting ideas
- Structure and Linking : In order to/so as to/so that
- Word building
- Grammar and phrases for introductions
- Grammar and phrases for conclusions
- Building a good paragraph
- General Vocabulary for writing about solutions
- Developing topic sentences
- Using second conditional to write about solution.

3. Opinion Essays
- Qualifying your opinion
- Opinion about future trends
- Structure and Linking : Supporting arguments
and opinions
- Structure and Linking : Instead of
- Writing introductions for opinion essays
- Writing discussion essays
- Expressing opposite opinion
- Using articles correctly
- Relative Clauses
- Using noun phrases

4. Graphs With A Trend
- Writing introduction
- Writing an overview
- Describing changes
- Joining two changes together
- Commenting on the data in a graph
- Writing a future trend
- Tables and bar graphs with trends

5. Comparative Graphs
- Making comparisons
- More comparative structures
- Describing numbers and numerical comparatives
- Dealing with more than one graph
- Developing range of vocabulary

6. Processes and Maps
- Using present simple to describe a process
- Linking stages together
- Giving extra information about stages
- Writing the introduction and overview
- Grammar and vocabulary (noun phrases) for maps
1. - Useful Language for talking about your profession and
career plans
Useful Language for talking about work-life balance
- Give details in description
- Contrasting opposite ideas
- Sequencing ideas
- Giving examples
- Alternatives to usually
- Relating things to your own experience
- Pronunciation focus: sentence stress and vowel sounds

2. Useful Language for talking about residence
- Combining details to give complex answer
- Pronunciation focus: connected speech

3. Useful Language for talking about free time activities
- Useful Language for talking about hobbies and interests
- Adding reasons in answer
- Avoiding being too general
- Asking for repetition
- Pronunciation focus: sentence stress and connected

4. Useful Language for talking about schools and education
- Contrasting and organizing ideas
- Relating to how much you know or don't know
- Fillinf in
- Give two or more points of examples
- Asking for repetition
- Pronunciation focus: consonant sounds

5. Useful Language for talking about cities, urban development,
infrastructures, and migration
- Describing cities and impressions
- Clarifying
- Pronunciation focus: delivery speed

6. Useful Language for talking about media and entertainment
- Choosing the best topic
- Amplification

7. Useful Language for talking about holidays and tourism
- Useful language for talking about the past and generalizing
- Expressions for referring to times in the past
- The impersonal "You"
- Illustrating your point.



We currently run 10 batches per year. Places are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Hence, we strongly recommend that you register at least 40 days prior to the starting date of the class.


2020 - 2021

Batches Starting Date End Date
Batch 1 1 July 2020 14 November 2020
Batch 2 3 August 2020 19 December 2020
Batch 3 5 September 2020 30 January 2021
Batch 4 3 October 2020 27 March 2021
Batch 5 7 November 2020 17 April 2021
Batch 6 9 January 2021 29 May 2021
Batch 7 6 February 2021 26 June 2021
Batch 8 6 March 2021 31 July 2021
Batch 9 10 April 2021 28 August 2021
Batch 10 8 May 2021 25 Sept 2021

Please note:

  1. This is for group class (min 3 participants, max 5 participants).
    Would like a intensive private class? Click here.
  2. Schedule is provided.
  3. Registration opens 40 days prior to the starting date.

To enroll in IELTS Preparation Class, an interview and a diagnostic test with the instructor are required.
Click here to make an appointment in advance.

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