The IELTS reading test takes one hour. In this time you are required to read three texts of between 500 and 900 words each. The texts and questions increase in difficulty. There will be around 40 questions to answer and record on the answer sheet within the 60 minutes. […]
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So you want a non-traditional study abroad experience, filled with outdoor adventures and environmental studies alike. The mountains are calling you, and your heart is set on New Zealand.
Before flying to this scenic and lesser-visited study abroad destination, here are ten things you need to know before studying abroad in New Zealand: […]
The Speaking Module is the final part of the exam. It does not need to be taken on the same day as the other Modules. It takes the form of three-part oral interview, which takes between 11 and 14 minutes. […]
In order to apply for selected study program commencing in October for fall semester and February for spring semester, a candidate should contact the admission office of the selected University directly by e-mail (phone/fax) or through one of its foreign recruitment offices. […]
Sweden is the third largest country in Western Europe covering an area of 450,000 km². It shares borders with Norway and Finland, and is connected to Denmark via a bridge-tunnel.
Sweden experiences extremes of climate throughout the year with very cold and dark winters and bright, sunny summers. This is due to its proximity to the Arctic Circle, and in fact the northern tip of Sweden actually lies above the Arctic Circle! […]
Studying in Canada can be a great opportunity and an exciting one. Prior knowledge on the foreign country you’ll be studying in not only helps you understand the culture and people, but also helps you adjust to the new environment. Canada provides opportunities to encounter different cultural and natural experiences. For international students, moving to a new country to study can be quite challenging. Here are 10 things you need to know before studying in Canada. […]
This is a question that I’m often asked. The “best” book depends on your individual circumstances and what you are looking for. Here’s a few suggestions. Find out best books for IELTS examination […]
The application process for a study abroad student visa can be confusing because it’s different for different countries. With that being said, if you follow these basic guidelines as well as those from the state department of the country where you’re going to be studying, you should have no trouble. […]
IELTS tests a range of listening skills that you need to live, work or study in an English-speaking environment. This means that you need to be able to understand different types of spoken English in a range of formal and informal context. […]