In part 3 of the IELTS Speaking test, you will be asked to discuss questions related to the topic area in part 2. You will be expected to discuss this topic in a more abstract way moving away from the more familiar parts 1 and 2 topic areas.
Learn how to start your Speaking test confidently and continue this confident performance for the whole test. Today, we will look at some tips to help you perform at your best in part 1 of the IELTS Speaking test.
Victoria’s Skilled Migration Program for 2021-2022 will open to new Registrations of Interest (ROIs) on 7 July 2021. The Department of Home Affairs provided Victoria with 4,000 visa places. Check if you can submit a registration of interest for the VIC Visa Nomination. Get access to an Australian PR visa with IELTS.
In June 2021, the Australian federal government announced that it will fast-track visa applications for more occupations on the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL). That's good news for pharmacists, accountants, chefs, engineers and IT specialists. Check the full list here.
In part 2 of your IELTS Speaking test, you will need to deliver a long turn, speaking for up to 2 minutes on a topic. Let’s look at some tips and strategies that will help you do your best and perform better in this section of the test.
So, have you ever heard of a word in English that has two opposite meanings? We call a single word that has two contradictory meaning (they're their own opposites) contronyms. As a result of this unique characteristic, they are quite rare. But, we have a full list of these words in English. Read below how you can use them in a sentence.
IELTS offers two tests: IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training. Usually, you can do the General Training test for migration purposes. For migration to Canada, sometimes IELTS GT is the only choice. Here, we'll give you the top 5 reasons why people choose General Training. Read more now.
Moving to Canada in 2021 for study? Check the IELTS requirements for Canadian Universities. IELTS is the only English language test available in Australia that is trusted by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Read more here.
Want to study in Australia, but not sure what IELTS score you need for admission? Here’s a full list of colleges and universities in Australia accepting IELTS for entry into undergraduate, postgraduate and research courses. Check our full table that contains the list of college and universities in Australia accepting IELTS band score of 5.5 and above, including the following IELTS Overall Scores, Listening Scores, Reading Scores, Writing Scores and Speaking Scores.