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IELTS



IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System.

For many of our students, learning English is a challenge. It can be a difficult language to master but it is well worth the effort. English is the most used and spoken language in the world.

Today, we use the English language in business, science, and technology. While it may be challenging at times, learning English will help students gain access to a multitude of international schools and universities. It will also increase their chances of getting good internships and jobs once they graduate.

At ME Education, we offer the IELTS as part of our curriculum. IELTS is regarded as the world's most popular English Language test and is accepted by most Australian, British, Canadian and New Zealand academic institutions. It is also accepted by over 3,000 academic institutions in the United States, and by various professional organisations across the world. ​It is safe to say IELTS is a well renowned and respected English language qualification to have.

Taking IELTS opens doors for our students. No matter what their academic or career aspirations are, IELTS is key to helping them achieve their dreams in the international arena. It can help them to live, study and work all around the world.

More than 10,000 organisations worldwide accept IELTS, including government, academic and employment institutions. In fact, IELTS is the only English Language test accepted for immigration purposes by all countries that require one. ​

Some students study best one-on-one, while others seem to thrive in a group-learning setting. We offer opportunities for both types of students at ME. IELTS tutoring is available to help students master the four parts of the IELTS namely, listening, reading, writing and speaking.

Listening:

Listening seems like it would come naturally so why do we focus on studying it?

Listening to a foreign language is actually not that easy, but it is a vital skill for language learning. Research shows that when we communicate, we spend around 40-50% of our time listening, 25-30% speaking, 11-16% reading and only 9% writing. (Social media may have skewed these results to include more writing/texting)

Reading:

Reading English helps to improve student’s vocabulary, grammar and writing skills. The more a student reads, the more information their brain receives about how t