Are you one of the following people who needs IELTS?
- A non-EU trained health professional applying to register with the NMC (Nursing & Midwifery Council)?
- An international medical graduate taking the PLAB test to register with the GMC (General Medical Council)?
- A qualified pharmacist taking the KAPS test to register for the Pharmacy Council of New Zealand or Australia?
Do you need at least Band 7 in each module with an overall minimum of 7 or 7.5?
At iPass, we know how frustrating and tough that can be, which is why our team of experienced IELTS professionals are fully trained to help you achieve that goal!
Why choose iPass IELTS?
iPass has many unique features, making it the most professional and affordable online IELTS course available:
- personal training - our native, experienced tutors give expert advice on how to improve your IELTS speaking and writing skills.
- immediate feedback – you receive an instant assessment of your speaking test after each online practice including tips on how to get a higher band score.
- essay correction - you get detailed written & oral feedback on each writing task including sample answers and suggestions for further practice.
- IELTS social network – we interact daily with our followers on facebook, twitter and connect IELTS candidates worldwide on IELTS amigo.
Don't just take our word for it, read the success stories of the students around the world who have achieved higher IELTS scores with iPass.
I wanted a course which specialised in Academic IELTS, and fortunately found the iPass IELTS website. I chose the Excel course because of the 3 speaking and writing practice tests, plus the aspect of personal tutoring appealed to me.
I was happy to find extensive resources on the site which helped me practise for all 4 parts of the exam. Both Jenny and Nigel would promptly reply to my every query, especially as I had only 4 weeks to prep for my exam. I especially liked the fact that their feedback always highlighted “good language” and made necessary corrections whenever I went wrong, I am especially thankful for this because I never really consciously knew what was, as Jenny puts it “good use of colloquism”, so once I realised what it meant, I began to use it for all my assignments.
I don’t think any other IELTS course has as interactive a facebook page as iPassIELTS. I was overjoyed when I won 2 Friday contests, because I got feedback for two more assignments, which was very helpful. Because of the repeated speaking practise tests, I had a very good idea of what to expect when I went for the exam; in fact, in Part I of my speaking test, I almost repeated verbatim what Jenny had approved of as “good language”.
My IELTS results are as follows:
Overall, I have scored what I set out to achieve and I am truly grateful for Nigel and Jenny’s dedication to helping aspirants like myself all over the world! (The Excel course remains true to its name!) Thank you so much for all your help. This score will give me the competitive edge I need when I apply for PhD, and hopefully scholarships, in Australia.
- Shruthi - India