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Are you looking to emigrate and speak English as a first language? We can assist you on your IELTS journey and take you one step closer to your dream destination.
English for Emigration, based in Edinburgh, are market leaders in the sector, supplying training for native English speakers to take both General and Academic IELTS exams. Our professional trainers, with wide experience of all aspects of the IELTS exams, offer assistance, guidance and support in a group or individual context. Exam strategies and techniques are explored through practical IELTS-focused tasks. In short, we help you avoid the most common IELTS pitfalls encountered by English native speakers and therefore speed up your visa application process.
Customised Individual Training
Specialist, one to one training designed to boost your IELTS score. Tailored to suit the individual client with instruction in all four exam papers. £35 per hour including a free diagnostic discussion prior to starting training. Available in local 1:1 sessions or via Skype by arrangement.
Weekend Workshops, Edinburgh
Every Saturday, English for Emigration run innovative IELTS workshops at Randolph School of English, situated in Edinburgh city centre, with free on-street parking nearby or a ten-minute walk from both train and bus stations. The workshop runs from 10.00am – 1.00pm and costs £100. During the workshop you will cover: Exam Overview: a short introduction session including what to expect on the day in terms of security procedures and exam conditions.Listening Session: discuss strategies which allow you to maximise your natural listening ability. Find out about different question types and how to note your responses on the answer sheet. Reading Session: explore together the different approaches possible during the reading paper and decide which works best for you. Find out about different question types and how to note your responses on the answer sheet. Writing Session: develop the ability to organise your thoughts and express them coherently. This is the longest session of the workshop and involves practical exercises on identified common weak areas for native English speakers.Speaking Session: exploit and optimise your existing language in order to maximise your result in the final section of the exam. Question and Answer Session: consolidate the morning’s activities and receive brief feedback from the trainer.
What’s the difference between General and Academic module?
The reading and writing tasks are different as they are designed to examine different types of English language. It is critical that you confirm which IELTS module you require for your visa application before you book the exam as you will not be able to switch modules on the day of the exam. Sitting the wrong module is time consuming and expensive! How many times can I sit the exam? As often as you like but if you do not achieve the score you need at the first attempt it is recommended that you seek some assistance in the specific paper, usually reading or writing, before you book a second exam date.