IELTSOur IELTS Preparation courses are aimed at those taking the IELTS exam in the near future. Taught by experienced IELTS teachers and created by the developers of the exam, the courses provide a thorough introduction to the test.

- a clear and concise overview of all the four parts of the IELTS exam
- practice and feedback to help you get the band you need
- hints, tips and advice to develop your exam-taking skills and build your confidence

There is a mid entry level of English for this course.


- One single test provides you with access to a world of opportunities.
- IELTS is one of the most widely available English language tests in the world, making it easily accessible for you.
- IELTS ensures the right level of English to succeed in study, training or life in a new country, so you can count on the long-term satisfaction.

Understand the IELTS

Purpose of the Writing test :
The IELTS Writing test is designed to assess a wide range of writing skills, including how well you - write a response appropriately
- organize ideas
- use a range of vocabulary and grammar accurately

Purpose of the Listening test :
The IELTS Listening test is designed to assess a wide range of listening skills, including how well you
- understand main ideas and specific factual information
- recognise the opinions, attitudes and purpose of a speaker
- follow the development of an argument

Purpose of the Speaking test :
The IELTS Speaking test is designed to assess a wide range of skills.
The examiner will want to see how well you can
- communicate opinions and information on everyday topics and common
experiences; to do this you will need to answer a range of questions
- speak at length on a given topic using appropriate language
- organise your ideas coherently
- express and justify your opinions
- analyse, discuss and speculate about issues

Purpose of the Reading test :
The IELTS Reading test is designed to assess a wide range of reading skills, including how well you
- read for the general sense of a passage
- read for the main ideas
- read for detail
- understand inferences and implied meaning
- recognise a writer’s opinions, attitudes and purpose
- follow the development of an argument

Class Duration
24 Classes

2 Days in a Week (Friday & Saturday)
1.5 hours per class

Course Fee
8000 Taka