IELTS Preparation Course
Notting Hill College preparation for IELTS programme help students practice the examination strategies. The programme focuses on the four module of theIELTS exam. Throughout the course you will provided with authentic IELTS exam materials to give you further opportunities to master the exam techniques. Every week, your teacher will give you her/his feedback on your performance in this way you will be consciously updated on your progress
- In the IELTS Preparation lessons, we will:
- Focus on IELTS exam strategies and techniques to help you achieve your highest score.
- Bring you a part of an authentic IELTS exam to familiarise you with the exam format.
- Practice the four modules of the IELTS (Reading, Listening, Writing, Speaking)
IELTS preparation is for students who want to take the IELTS exam, which is part of the pathway towards university education for foreign students in the UK.
IELTS Preparation Course Key facts
- Hours per week 10 hours or 15 hours per week
- Hours per day 2 hours per day or 3 hours per day
- Levels available B1
- Minimum age 16
- Course starts Every Monday
- Maximum No. per class 8
- Assessment Every week
- End of Course Certificate Available
- Extra course costs Course materials
- Facilities Free internet to all students
- Free coffee and tea facilities
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What is it?
IELTS is the International English Language Testing System which is designed to assess the language ability of candidates who want to study or work in a country where English is the main language of communication.
Who is it for?
The IELTS course at Notting Hill College prepares students who wish to study at the following degree levels:
The course is also suitable for people who want to emigrate to an English-speaking country to work or attend work-related training.
Taking the IELTS Test:
You must take the IELTS test at an official IELTS centre. The only test centre in Manchester is at the University of Manchester Language Centre. On their website you can find available test dates and an application form that you can print out: www.ulc.manchester.ac.uk/ielts/
You can ask your teachers for advice about when to take your test and try to book it as early as possible. Test centres can become fully booked quite quickly, especially in June and July, so leaving it to the last minute may mean that you have to travel to another city or even take it in your home country. There are more than 800 test centres and locations in over 130 countries where you can take the IELTS exam. The following website will help you to find a test centre outside ofManchester:http://www.ielts.org/test_centre_search/search_results.aspx
IELTS is the International English Language Testing System which is jointly managed by the British Council, IDP: Australia, and The University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations (Cambridge ESOL). IELTS is designed to assess the language ability of candidates who want to study or work where