IELTS Examination Preparation Course
The IELTS Examination Preparation Course runs from Mondays to Fridays and is usually booked for a 6-week period. To attend the prep course, you must have completed the Upper-Intermediate (B2) level, but your level will be tested before the course commences. The course can be run for a shorter period, depending on your skill in the language. If, for example, you are a native speaker of English, you will require at least 2 weeks Our exam prep courses can start on any Monday of the year, so all you should do is book your course or get in touch so that we may arrange for you. The lessons take place at our language school in Cape Town.
- Monday to Friday
- 09h00 until 15h00
- 30-minute break & 1-hour lunch break
- Maximum 8 students
- Minimum 2 weeks duration
If the IELTS exam prep course is not suitable for you, there are several other course options available. Please take a look at the following options:
Whichever course option works for you, we are here to help you reach your goal in the language. Please note that we can offer other exam prep courses, so please inquire to confirm.
About the Lessons:
We will provide you the course material in the first lesson. This usually consists of a book and CD, and you will need to bring your own notebook and pens to class. We focus on developing all four language skills in the lessons; Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing and strive to make our lessons interactive. At the end of your course, you will have to take several tests to ensure that you are ready to write the official examination.
As these examinations are administered externally, you will need to book your examination on the respective examination body’s website. If you need assistance with doing this, we will gladly assist with guiding you as you choose the specific examination. These exams can be booked here in South Africa, or in a country that has exam centres. It is best to confirm this online.
For those with a high level of English, wishing to study, live or work in a country that requires an external examination. This exam may sometimes be required for university admission, and sometimes for the traveller’s visa.