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A new timetable will appear every Sunday, so make sure you check regularly to sign up for the lessons you want to attend while there is still space (maximum 20 students per class).

  • Monday 2 August

    Academic Reading • Solving the Information Match Puzzle

    With Juliet

    Lesson Starts 10.30am GMT Check your timezone

    Reading

    More about the lesson

    Are you ready to play detective? Somewhere in the 800 word passage are hidden 5 or 6 pieces of information. Your job is to work out where! To do this, you will need to learn to recognise what the writer is doing in particular sentences and how this is summarised by the test writer’s in the question stems. Find out how today with Juliet!

  • Tuesday 3 August

    Speaking • Fluency Practice

    With Nick

    Lesson Starts 12pm GMT Check your timezone

    Speaking

    More about the lesson

    Want to practice your speaking but don’t have a partner? Then come to our open session today where we will match you with a fellow student and provide you with questions to work through together. Plus, Nick will be there to supervise and give feedback throughout this fluency session.

  • Wednesday 4 August

    Listening • The Three Types of IELTS Maps

    With Alex

    Lesson Starts 7am GMT Check your timezone

    Listening

    More about the lesson

    Yes, we have a whole lesson devoted to maps – and I am 100% sure that this will be the most popular lesson in the whole course! Today, we will show you the three types of map that can appear in Listening Section 2 and teach you the language you need to be able to follow them well. Hopefully, after the lesson, you will never get lost again!

  • Wednesday 4 August

    General Training Reading • Part 1 and Part 2 Masterclass

    With Nick

    Lesson Starts 4.30pm GMT Check your timezone

    Reading

    More about the lesson

    The questions in Parts 1 and 2 are usually all "quick" as you can use key words and scanning to target the answer. However, in my experience, students often rush this section and make careless errors. Today, we will discuss the balance between speed and accuracy, and do a lot of practice to get it right! .

  • Thursday 5 August

    Speaking • Varying your tense in Part 1

    With Nick

    Lesson Starts 4.30pm GMT Check your timezone

    Speaking

    More about the lesson

    The questions in Part 1 look “friendly” – they are all about you, so they seem simple compared to Part 3. However, this is the part of the test where your tenses are tested most and where you have to be mindful of varying your responses. Learn how in today’s 60 minute live lesson with Nick.

  • Friday 6 August

    Academic Reading • Read Once, Read Well (Multiple Choice / Summary / Information match)

    With Alex

    Lesson Starts 7am GMT Check your timezone

    Reading

    More about the lesson

    Do you have problems with time management in the reading exam? Then join Alex today to find out how you can read the text ONCE while answering ALL of the questions. Sound difficult? Trust me – it’s not! In fact, it can be MUCH easier than tackling each question individually and for some “slow” questions, reading the whole text is the only way to answer them.

  • Friday 30 July

    Listening • Flow charts and Summaries

    With Nick

    Lesson Starts 12pm GMT Check your timezone

    Listening

    More about the lesson

    Just because these are the least common questions types in the listening exam doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t prepare for them! Plus, learn how you can listen to the speaker’s intonation to identify key information. Join Nick today for the last lesson of the week!

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