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

Today you’ll learn the questions you need to ask an IELTS teacher, tutor or course creator before you sign up.

First of all, you really should be investing in yourself and your future, before you take the exam.

Question 1: How long have you been teaching English?

This person must have been teaching English for at least 5 years.

This person must be able to put across information in a way that is effective and comprehensible.

We’ve been teaching forever! Lindsay started teaching English in Japan, in 2004, and Jessica began in Cambodia around 2002.

Question 2: What kind of English have you been teaching?

Basically, this person must be an IELTS expertnot just a general or academic English teacher.

Jessica has been instructing IELTS specifically since 2006!

Question 3: What degrees do you have?

At this level of teaching, the kind you require for your IELTS goals, this person must have impressive qualifications.

Lindsay has a BA in Psychology, a TESOL certificate, and a Master’s in Cross-cultural Communication.

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Jessica has a BA in Romance Languages, a TESOL certificate, and a Master’s in Applied Linguistics.

Question 4: Have other students of yours got the IELTS scores they needed?

You deserve proof before you’re going to pay this person.

For instance, Lindsay and Jessica have so many student testimonials for 3 Keys!

Question 5: Can I talk to your other students?

This is the tough one! However, it’s worthwhile before you invest your precious time and money, and trust your future to this person.

Question 6: What materials do you have?

The teacher should have a complete, proven system and set of materials to bring to your sessions.

Question 7: What is your strategy for Matching Headings to Paragraphs?

Ask them about an IELTS Reading strategy. Matching Headings is a good one, because they can’t bluff their way through this.

The strategy should be simple and clear.

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