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A 45-minute IELTS trial lesson for QAR 75
An important preparation for the IELTS test is to find out about the structure of the test. What are the sections of the test? Which one comes first? Second? How much time is allowed for each section? How many questions are there? How long must I speak? There are simple questions to answer, but important. Once you are familiar with the test format, you will be more relaxed. You will be able to focus on answering questions well, rather than worrying about how many questions there are, or how much time is left.
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I am a general practitioner in family medicine, from Quebec (a French environment). I need to pass the IELTS in order to get my medical license to work in an English province, here in Canada.
Now, I feel pretty good and confident about taking the IELTS exam. At first, I didn't understand the format very well. But Ryan explained to me everything I needed to know, corrected my essays (he even helped in paying attention to some details like grammatical mistakes) and gave me some useful references to practice and clear suggestions in order to succeed. I can never thank him enough for all that help!
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The main benefit for me was to know where I stand in terms of scoring and to discover my weakness points. Now, I know exactly where I should concentrate my studies before taking the exam.