Why summer is a great time to study for IELTS

Why summer is a great time to study for IELTS

  • By Lidia

To all our overseas medical professionals – we would like to sincerely apologise for the “wet” Summer weather. Still, our suggestion for the summer is simple: combine study with leisure activities.

Here are a few reasons why you should begin your IELTS exam preparation sessions this summer:

  • To improve your scores

It may sound obvious, but studying throughout the summer may give you a better chance of doing well in the exam. Studies indicate that chronic stress impairs the pre-frontal cortex. On the other hand, relaxation boosts memory, therefore it will be easier for you to retain information. Going on holiday? Why not take an hour / day to practice your skills?  For more information on our writing and speaking marking service, check myieltsscore.co.uk.

  • Intensive tuition

At IELTS Medical, we pride ourselves on our dedicated tutors training our medics on the different skills examined in the IELTS. The intensive and flexible study, either one-to-one or in small groups, will help you to keep up the learning momentum whilst you immerse yourself in Academic English studies. Besides excellent tuition, we aim to provide you with a fun environment. Which leads us to …

  • Recreational activities

We care about our medics’ happiness and well-being as much as we care about their IELTS scores. Therefore, we organise social events and recreational activities which enable our like-minded medical professionals to unwind and connect after classes or the IELTS exam. For instance, earlier this year in May we organised a bowling session. Currently, we are planning a summer barbeque with delicious food and lots of laughter.

Our goal is to help you improve your academic speaking, reading, listening and writing skills to score the 9.0 and progress your career in UK.

Make this summer count… Call 02036376722.

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