The harder I work, the more luck I have…

The harder I work, the more luck I have…

The harder I work, the more luck I have.

The above quote is a variation of a quote attributed to US president Thomas Jefferson. It sums up our approach to the IELTS exam. Some of our medics start their courses with the impression that the IELTS exam is all about luck and that if they get the “right” questions, they’ll be just fine. However, the evidence here shows the medics who are successful with their scores were consistently “lucky” when evaluated against exam criteria.

As a reminder, the Speaking examination and Writing Task 1 and Task 2 examination criteria can be found by clicking on the links above. For Listening and Reading, the raw score target is anything above 30 correct answers. Beyond a certain level of language, there are strategies that we teach to beat the clock and when consistently employed, our medics tend to get their scores. Be that a product of luck or skill, there’s no denying that as a centre, we’re getting luckier.

This week saw five of our medics prepared to take the IELTS exam externally with our partner centres, earlier than anticipated. Each had diligently attended classes (one of whom every day Monday to Friday for four weeks straight!), consistently produced high calibre work. Feedback on the exam so far is positive, and all are expected to have achieved their goals in two weeks time.

In sum, intelligence, practice, planning, and consistent execution are all ingredients of “good luck”. So to that I say: “good luck with your preparation medics” – may you achieve the scores you’ve prepared for.

Increase your luck with us… Call 02036376722.

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