Many students are learning English, because they want to study in an English speaking university (for example in the UK or the USA), or because they want to move to one of these countries to work.

For these students, the only way to achieve this goal is with an IELTS score of 6.5, 7 or even 7.5, depending on the course they want to study. A lot of people manage to get IELTS 5.5 or 6, but then get stuck. No matter how much they try they cannot seem to get a better score. The jump from there to IELTS 6.5 or 7 seems impossible. They take the test again and again, spending a lot of money on the way, but rarely improving their result.

Let us try to uplift your mood with some interesting information. Do you know what season it is right now in England? Yes, we can clearly feel that it's winter, but I would not have brought this up. It is, in fact, still the season of the unique English pantomime, which is usually staged during the months of December and January. As well as the professional pantomimes, the country also enjoys a number of amateur ones.

Most studying is done without a teacher.  The student will spend a lot of time on their own studying from a book or on-line lesson but for the student to know if they are working in the right direction, they need guidance and help.  We will provide as much help as we can to enable the student to work on their own but if the student wants to do well they will need to spend some time with a teacher.

If you are studying at a normal school, in a building, you need to get there, which can take a lot of time, the traffic may be bad and you may miss your class, you may already feel tired by the time you arrive and then after a long class you need to get home.  That class can take up twice as much time as the length of the class.  Some people live in areas where there are no schools nearby for them to go to.  They do not have the option to study face to face with a teacher in the same room.

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