IELTS Preparation

IELTS preparation courses are offered by Edupark Asia in face to face format to help you achieve the score you need. IELTS is a very common test used to assess your English proficiency required by admission for studying at a university abroad.

Who needs to prepare for IELTS?

Anyone interested in taking IELTS Examination should prepare for the test before taking the test, no matter how good your English proficiency is. This is to avoid certain setbacks caused during the examination. A good preparation will help you to overcome your anxiety during the test and score higher.

Is IELTS preparation mandatory?

IELTS preparation is not mandatory to take the test but strongly recommended. If you are planning to study in an English taught program, you will need a proof of your English proficiency documented by IELTS or equivalent test report.

Can I prepare IELTS on my own?

Yes, it may be possible to prepare IELTS on your own if your English proficiency is really good and you are equally proficiency in all the four skill areas viz; listening, reading, writing and speaking. If you are planning to prepare on your own, we strongly recommend to enroll in the following online course:

IELTS Academic Test preparation

This preparation course offered as a MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) course offered by The University of Queensland is a comprehensive, self-paced course covering listening, speaking, reading and writing.

In order to participate in the course, you will need to create an account and enroll in the course. Once you have enrolled yourself in the course, please check the option to audit the course so that you do not have to pay for the online preparation.

Since, it is an asynchronous online IELTS preparation course, the online lectures are recorded version instead of a live version. Instead of no preparation before taking the actual IELTS test, it is better to take the online course in the However, we strongly recommend you to join our online or face to face IELTS preparation so that you can get a personalized training to improve your scores in the writing and speaking sections even if your English proficiency is good or you believe that you can excel in the IELTS test.

Top Tips for IELTS preparation

1. Understand your English proficiency

Before you start your IELTS preparation or take your IELTS examination, it is important that you understand what level of English proficiency do you have. This can be measured by taking an online test in the following website:

The short online test will help you to understand your English proficiency and what score you may achieve in an IELTS test. If your English is not very good, you may want to consider taking English courses at B2 level for a month or two before starting the actual preparation.

Most students who have completed their 10+2 or higher secondary school education from Nepal usually have an English proficiency at B1-B2 level and some have at C1 level. Nepalese students who have completed their Bachelor degree in English medium programs usually have their English proficiency at B2/C1 level with exceptions.

2. Enroll in our Online/Face to face session

It is a good idea to enroll in our Face to Face session to prepare for your IELTS test. Our Intensive IELTS preparation course will not only help you to understand or prepare for the test but also improve your English proficiency or overcome core difficulties which most students face during the test.

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3. Make a plan

It is a good idea to make a plan for your IELTS preparation. Think about:

a) when you want to take the test
You will need to take in account the timing of the application process for offer for your chosen university or destination country. It takes around 15 days for the IELTS test report.

b) how much time do you have
Based on the time you have you need a good plan to take in account all you need to plan for your IELTS preparation classes and self-study at home.

c) how can you fit what you need to do in that time
Try to be realistic when you make your plan. If you plan to do too much, then you may soon be disappointed when you fall behind.

4. Think about what you need to know

Most things that you do in English will help you to improve your language skills - reading an article or watching certain TV programmes may be as useful as doing a grammar exercise.

It is very important, however, that you know exactly what you will have to do in the test. Doing some practice tests will help you develop good exam techniques and this will help you a great deal in the exam room. But don't spend all your revision time doing practice papers.

Think about which skills you need to improve. During the preparation course our IELTS instructors will tell you what you need to work on - listening, reading, writing, or speaking.

Look back at your homework. What mistakes did you make? Do you understand where you went wrong? How can you improve?

5. Have what you need at hand

In order to prepare for IELTS you probably need:

  • a good learners' dictionary (one with examples of how words are actually used in English)
  • some practice tests
  • an IELTS preparation coursebook
  • a good grammar book
  • a vocabulary notebook
  • a bilingual dictionary.
    If you have access to the internet you can get some of these on line - the dictionaries and samples of IELTS test materials, for instance. (See and
  • Also have a good supply of stationery such as pens, pencils, highlighters and paper. Some students find it convenient to write things like vocabulary on cards, which they then carry with them and look at when they have a spare moment on the bus or in a cafe.

6. Prepare well

It is important to prepare all the sections of the test very well and allocate good amount of time to each section but at the same time, you should also focus on your weak areas and work to improve it so that you have a score that is well balanced instead of achieving 9 in one band and 5.5 in another band.

7. Book the test when you are ready

IELTS test dates are easily available and the tests dates are available almost every weekend or fortnight. It is therefore, important not to rush to register the test.

We recommend you to register for the test once your preparation classes are over and you have taken at least 10-12 full length test and you are confident to take the test.

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