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IELTS High Score Is Not A Dream

Prepare for your IELTS and get more opportunities to study, work and immigrate


General Training

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a global English test with results that are used worldwide. IELTS is divided into categories A (Academic) and G (General Training).


Category A.

Assesses whether a candidate's English level meets the requirements of a university or professional program.


Category G.

Assesses whether the candidate's English level meets the requirements for applying to post-secondary and graduate programs, and will focus on reading menus, advertisements, etc. in Reading; and will focus on letters and subjective writing in Writing.

Program Introduction

IELTS General Training Intermediate Class

  • Level (equivalency): IELTS 4 to IELTS 5 

  • Institutional hours: 24 - 144  hours

  • Delivery: online, in-class, combined ​

​IELTS General Training Advanced Class

  • Level (equivalency): IELTS 5 to IELTS 7 

  • Institutional hours: 24 - 144  hours

  • Delivery: online, in-class, combined 

What You Will Learn?

  • Listening section content explanation, combined with scene analysis answers.

  • Detailed explanation of classified question types, including chart questions, fill-in-the-blank questions, matching questions, and multiple-choice questions.

  • How to take notes and summarize

  • Proficiency in reading skills such as skimming and quick scanning methods to help students answer questions quickly

  • Analyze the main points of reading questions and understand the main ideas and inferences

  • Speaking mock test, to improve the logic of spoken English

  • Practice for different speaking scenes and train the ability to prepare a speech in a short time

  • Proficiency in the use of descriptive and comparative vocabulary to practice the ability to argue and express ideas appropriately

  • Analyze appropriate writing samples and become proficient in various important writing connectives and common sentence patterns.

  • Explain in detail how to describe charts, graphs, or table questions; how to express arguments, and opinions and make comparisons in writing.

Students who enroll in a language program which is six months or less in duration or for which tuition is less than $4,000 may not make a claim against the Student Tuition Protection Fund, which is managed by the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training. Further, this language program may not have been reviewed or approved by PTIB. For more information about programs that do not require PTIB approval see: 

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