IELTS Preparation Posts

I'm a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant. How Does a Partnership With IDP IELTS Benefit Me and My Clients?
November 15, 2018 by Kyle Broda Kyle Broda
Life as an immigration consultant can be pretty hectic and making sure that you're using your time efficiently is the key to making sure that you have enough time for yourself, your family, and your [...]
Computer-Delivered IELTS: The Look
November 15, 2018 by IELTS IELTS
There are many questions that surface with the new system of IELTS test taking. The best way to understand computer-delivered IELTS is to actually see what it's all about. Structure The structure for both the [...]
7 IELTS Exam Myths Debunked
November 5, 2018 by IELTS IELTS
As you're preparing for your upcoming IELTS, you'll read and hear much information about this exam. Often, much of what you read or hear is not entirely accurate or true. The following are 7 of [...]
How to Quantify Your IELTS Preparation
November 2, 2018 by Lauren McKenzie Lauren McKenzie
As you prepare for the IELTS test you will undoubtedly improve your facility in English.  You may feel that you are improving and hear from friends, co-workers or tutors, “wow your English is getting better” [...]
Expand your IELTS Vocabulary – Health
October 31, 2018 by Andrea Castro Andrea Castro
Expand your IELTS Vocabulary – Health Welcome to the fifth and final part of our blog series on expanding your IELTS vocabulary. In the previous posts, we talked about how to create relevant vocabulary sets on [...]
Polishing Your Punctuation
October 28, 2018 by Andrea Castro Andrea Castro
Even though punctuation is one of the most important features of writing, English students (and native speakers) often take it too lightly. In other words, it's common for people to focus on choosing the right [...]
15 Tips and Tricks for Improving Your Score on the IELTS
October 26, 2018 by IELTS IELTS
Your objective when taking the IELTS is to achieve the highest score possible so that you won’t have to retake the exam later. Getting the scores you need on each section can be challenging. [...]
The Importance of Tone When Writing
October 24, 2018 by Lyla Hage Lyla Hage
One aspect of the IELTS Writing test that is important to understand is tone. Tone may be somewhat difficult to describe precisely, and it may take some practice to get it right. However, it is [...]
IELTS Letters - What to Write When You Don't Know What To Write
September 25, 2018 by Angela Rutherford Angela Rutherford
If you are worried that you will not know what to write about in your IELTS General Training letter, I’m here to help ease your mind and assure you that even if the topic [...]
Expand Your IELTS Vocabulary – Travel & Holidays
September 13, 2018 by Andrea Castro Andrea Castro
If you’ve been following our previous posts on expanding your IELTS vocabulary, then you know that creating vocabulary sets on common IELTS themes is an effective way to learn new words and phrases for [...]



The Canadian Union of Postal Workers has announced a potential strike action on Monday, October 22. In the event of a postal strike, IELTS Test Centres will not be able to mail results to recognizing organizations or Test Report Forms (TRF) to candidates.

Strike action would affect the mailing of current results for tests from October 11th onwards and extra TRF requests for the duration of any stoppage in service from Canada Post.

For urgent mailing of your test results or additional TRFs, centres are able to offer courier delivery. Please contact your centre for further information.