What do you do when you really want to pass IELTS first time?
When you want to pass IELTS and carry on working / studying?
Well this is exactly what happened to Marco, an Italian student living in Dublin studying philosophy and had a conditional offer to study for a PHD in Limerick, but he had to pass IELTS…
Marco started his preparation alone, online, and didn’t fancy paying lots of money to the local “language school”. After all, who wants to pay a business that has no specialisation in IELTS? And that doesn’t even offer a guarantee, why bother?
So Marco, determined not to waste a penny and hellish determined to pass IELTS first time had no time to mess around re-taking the exam, reschedule his timetable and repeat the whole stressful process AGAIN.
He just had to pass first time.
He started his preparation a few months in advance – very very smart. But, after showing his essays to his flat mate he realised this wasn’t going to be a stroll in the park (easy).
He realised it was going to be a challenge.
Marco then got in contact with me, took a one euro essay check, and was convinced that getting feedback, exam strategies, and writing tips was the best way to improve and pass first time. Very smart guy.
Marco went on to buy the whole Sentence Guide and improved fantastically, a model student, he implemented everything!
I love seeing essays improve drastically in short periods of time.
And then the proof in the pudding finally came, a few weeks later I get this email:
If you are in a similar situation to Marco, if you have to pass first time, send me an email, I’d love to help.
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