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IELTS Materials, Information and Advice on ieltsliz.com

My website contains information and advice about the IELTS test. All information is accurate to the best of my ability. However, you should always take responsibility to check details directly with IELTS through their website: ielts.org or through the British Council or IDP. Advice I offer regarding exam techniques is based on my own personal opinions to help you reach your potential score. Do not confuse advice with exam rules. You are under no obligation to follow my advice.

I am a professional, qualified teacher who has taught in the British Council and has been teaching for 16 years. I completed my IELTS examiner training in 2008. All my materials have been written for my IELTS students to provide practice lessons for IELTS exam preparation. The pages on my site do not contain authentic IELTS tests, they contain practice exercises and lessons created for free by myself.

While it is useful to use my materials to practise and develop your IELTS skills, you should also practise at least one full authentic IELTS test under exam conditions – this is essential IELTS preparation. You can find free practice tests on this page: http://takeielts.britishcouncil.org/prepare-test/free-practice-tests.

The materials on my website and youtube channel have been written by myself and are copyrighted to me with the exception of:

  1. Articles: Some articles have been sourced from online magazines or other informative websites for the purpose of creating an IELTS reading or listening lesson based on common IELTS topics. The source of these articles have been given and I recommend that you extend your reading by using those links to read the full article as many of my lessons are based on adaptions..
  2. Writing task 1 charts: Not all charts, tables, diagrams etc have been created by myself. Some charts have been sourced online or are authentic IELTS tasks published by IELTS Cambridge English for your use. In such cases, I have given the source. The lessons, exercises, tips and model answers attached to the charts have all been created by myself to help you grasp the fundamentals of IELTS.
  3. Pictures: Many topic based lessons come with pictures to create more interest. No pictures have been designed by myself, they have all been sourced online.
  4. Test details and band score tables are from the original source as they are factual information about the IELTS test.

My materials (with the exceptions listed above), audios, videos, model answers, exercises and tips have all been created by myself in order to help students understand and learn techniques useful for tackling the IELTS test.  My materials are for use on my website only. They can not be published, replicated or used elsewhere without my permission. All rights reserved.

Good luck with your test!

All the best

Liz