Why IELTS Prep

Why Prepare for the IELTS?

So. You found this website because you must take the IELTS (international English language testing system) test, and you must score very high,


You have taken the IELTS, and your scores were disappointing, maybe even very disappointing.


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are stressed, anxious, worried and, on some days, all you want is to have a good, old-fashioned cry.

Sometimes, the IELTS seems impossible.

You know you need help.

Help is here

Take a deep breath; let it go and know that you can get the score you desire on the IELTS; you can achieve your goals; you can have the life you choose.

Know that help is here.

Getting the desired score on the IELTS test strengthens the possibility of

  • getting the job or promotion you want
  • getting the university admission you want
  • getting a Visa for the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand, Australia
  • achieving your goals

If you haven’t taken the test, you don’t understand your stress. If you took the test, you don’t understand your low scores.

After all, you have studied the English language for many years. You speak with confidence and accuracy. You are a medium-advanced or advanced user of this language.

So. What to do?

You enroll in my Spread Light IELTS Speech classes. There are four sections to the IELTS: speaking, reading, listening, writing; I specialize in providing practice for the speaking part.

I teach a class for Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3.

The speaking part of the IELTS is a conversation between the examiner and the test taker. During this conversation, the examiner notices the test taker’s use of many elements of English speaking such as pauses, speed, and enunciation.

This conversation is like giving an impromptu speech. An impromptu speech is unrehearsed and unresearched, the most difficult type of speech to give.

I have given and won awards for this kind of speech; I know how to do this kind of speech; more importantly, I know how to help students be successful when doing this type of talk.

Therefore, when you make a mistake when practicing for the IELTS, I know how to help you correct that mistake and gain understanding so that you don’t make that mistake again.

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