Unless you are doing the computerised version of the test, it is essential that IELTS candidates develop motor skills and make sure that their handwriting is legible enough for assessors to understand. Just like Pronunciation in IELTS Speaking where you will need to produce clear sounds to be understood, you also will have to produce clear […]Read more "IELTS and your handwriting"
I was quite concerned when a student informed me that she had intended to travel to another country to sit for her IELTS test. The reason was quite astounding. She was under the impression that local examiners in certain countries are more forgiving or more lenient with their scores, compared with “native-speaker” examiners in the area where she is now, […]Read more "Will different IELTS examiners mark me differently?"