Sun in London is rare and according to Accuweather, Saturday 25th November 2017 is supposed to feature periods of cloud and sun… Common knowledge and scientists at Nasa agree that nothing is more important to us on Earth than the Sun. Without its h eat and light, warming our seas and brightening our atmosphere, Earth would be rather gloomy… and, well, lifeless. The bundle of gases is incredibly important, but also rather rare on our tiny island in the Atlantic.
However, the appearance of Sun in London is not the only thing special about that date. It is also the date of our very last IELTS exam of 2017!
Medics registering from now until the end of next week will have over 5 weeks between now and then to prepare. We advise that – on average – it takes approx. 5 weeks of instruction to improve 0.5 bands in IELTS Reading and IELTS Writing. The best thing about preparation is that, just like GP Ruta advised, it’s always best to avoid cramming before an important exam. Success follows hard work and if you can take the time to equip yourself, your success is inevitable.
What is an IELTS Medical exam like?
Taking a closed examination at IELTS Medical is supposed to give you the best possible chance at the 7.0-7.5. Your Listening, Reading and Writing papers are all in a state of the art lecture theatre. Then – after a delicious lunch (provided) – your Speaking exam takes place at the centre where you’ve done your preparation. That’s not all! There is also a MAXIMUM of 20 spaces in our exam making it an altogether more pleasant experience for any of us who have taken the examination before with hundreds of other candidates.
In conclusion, on Saturday 25th November 2017, we’ll endeavor to bring great exam conditions and sun. So long as you bring your best self, it should be a successful day.
Catch some sun with us… Call 02036376722!