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PTE

We don’t just give lectures or tips about how to do the most difficult parts of PTE, but provide hours of training and practice doing each writing and speaking task, including Summarise Spoken Text in the listening section.

IELTS

We have trained and examined many people for IELTS Writing and Speaking, and the key to success is having an approach to answering questions and doing tasks you can use every time you do a test.

SEMINARS

Every month we hold seminar days that focus on areas of PTE and IELTS writing and speaking that are particularly difficult and continually cause problems for candidates.

 

NEXT SEMINAR: We’ll be announcing our IELTS and PTE WRITING and SPEAKING seminars for April very soon!

ABOUT US

about us
WHAT WE DO

We are highly-experienced English teachers who have spent many years training students to do the IELTS and PTE exams, especially the Writing and Speaking parts of the test. We focus not only on preparing people to sit the test but also on improving their overall English level as we know this is the key to getting a 7 (IELTS) or 65 (PTE) or higher, scores that cannot be achieved by luck. This is also vital to having a successful life living, studying, and working in an English-speaking country like Australia, which many of our students have done.

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  • In various sections of both the PTE and IELTS tests, candidates have difficulty using ‘rise’ and ‘raise’ as verbs.  For example: When governments rise taxes, they can generate revenue for essential services, such as health and education. The figure began at 17%, with it raising......

  • When talking about data in PTE or IELTS, it’s vital to mention obvious relationships between numbers, so we commonly use words like ‘double’ and ‘triple’. However, we often see grammar errors when candidates use them.  For example: The figure for China began at 6%, before......

  • We frequently hear PTE candidates provide too much information in Describe Image when we assess or train them. While some graphs give many categories and numbers, sometimes 10, 15, or even 20 of them, it is crucial to avoid trying to describe them all.  There......

  • Successful sports stars and glamorous film stars are good role models for children. Do you support this view? Writing a PTE essay presents unique challenges.  Firstly, you only have 20 minutes so you must plan your arguments and write quickly.  Secondly, you are being assessed......

  • It is inevitable that as technology develops so traditional cultures must be lost. Technology and traditional cultures are incompatible, you cannot have both together. To what extent do you agree with this view? It is true that technological advancements are rapidly changing society. Some feel that......

  • When you answer an opinion question you basically have five options. You can completely agree You can completely disagree You can say that you cannot decide because you are in the middle You can agree more than disagree (partly agree) You can disagree more than agree (partly......

  • Many candidates have been told speak as fast as possible in the PTE test, especially in Read Aloud.  This is terrible advice. In all parts of the PTE speaking test, Pronunciation and Oral Fluency contribute up to two thirds of your overall score, and speaking......

  • It’s common to get graphs or tables that show movement over time, and for comparisons we always emphasise the lowest or highest numbers. If there is more than one category, we usually do this in two ways: Compare a category to itself Compare one category......

  • Chinese speakers often have problems with the countable and uncountable forms of ‘experience’.  For example: I have a lot of work experiences in accounting and retail sales. Firstly, the experiences of older people make them valuable assets in the workplace. In English, the countable form......

  • The best way for the government to solve traffic congestion is to provide free public transport 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. To what extent do you agree? It is true that traffic congestion is a major issue in cities today. Some......