Lindsay McMahon
"The English Adventurer"
Jessica Beck
"Director of IELTS Training"

Do you have questions on your mind about the IELTS exam?

Today you’ll get 3 answers to 3 questions from a current IELTS student.

Question 1: Where can I take the IELTS?

Go to Click on “find a test.” Choose your city.

Book your test at least 3 months in advance to be sure that you get your spot.

Test centers get booked very far in advance. Don’t miss your opportunity to take the test.

Question 2: The test seems so “daunting.” What should I do?

Yes, the test is huge and quite long.

The biggest issue is timing.

You need strategies for getting the timing right and to complete each test section.

Find an IELTS professional to give you the strategies that you need and then practice them.

Question 3: It seems hard to do all of the test subjects on the same day. What should I do?

Make sure you have enough energy for test day. Eat a good breakfast. Your brain and body need energy and calories.

Have a plan for what you are going to do between the Writing test and your Speaking test.

Your Speaking test could be scheduled for any time in the afternoon.

During that block of time you should be able to get some food.

Maybe do some casual English listening practice.

Plan to go watch a movie or get some exercise.

What are your questions about IELTS?

Leave them in the comments section below!

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