This is the table of contents page. It offers links for the templates we use when preparing for tests.

001 How to prepare for a test

These can be used for many different testing systems, but we apply the different templates (formats) specifically to IELTS and TOEFL.

002 Writing: IELTS and TOEFL task 1

These tests are different from each other. Although we plan to offer samples in the near future, IELTS can take at least 4 different formats while TOEFL typically takes 1 format.

003 Writing: IELTS and TOEFL task 2

The main different between these 2 tests is the length. IELTS task 2 is often written with 300 to 330 words if you are aiming at a band of 7 or higher.

TOEFL students tend to write a bit more. We do not recommend more than 400 words since most of our students have been able to achieve high scores by writing 320 to 380 words. Remember, its not how many words you write that gives a high school.

To view a check list of how to achieve a high score for both tests in task 2, click here. Coming soon.

004 Writing introduction, body, and conclusion paragraphs. See 002, 003.

004 Speaking

This speaking test is actually one of the easiest tests in the world if you like speaking with humans and you enjoy showing off. It is more about sharing your life experience (story telling ability) when compared with speaking academically.