Free Masterclass on Roadmap to Comprehensive IELTS Preparation
Every year more than three million people worldwide attempt the IELTS. In our country, most people struggle to get a score of 6, whereas in many other countries of the world the average score is nearly 7.5.
There is a lot to consider when preparing for IELTS, starting from whether the academic or general module is suitable for you; to considering the minute details of the different patterns of questions in various sections. A good preparation can start by being thoroughly informed about the exam. In this class, we will discuss about how the exam is sectioned, the patterns of questions, timing, to-dos, guidelines and much more. If you want to gain a clear understanding of IELTS, ‘Roadmap to Comprehensive IELTS Preparation’ is for you.

Jannatul Ferdous Dola is currently enrolled in North Carolina State University as a graduate assistant. She completed her graduation from the department of economics in University of Dhaka. She has won competitions like Econprodigy , Econthon & Social Business Case Competition during her university years and has participated in many more. She is also enthusiastic about debate and has represented her school, college and ultimately university in numerous debate competitions. She has been an avid reader from her childhood and she attributes this as the secret to her success. She was president in Economics career Alliance of university of Dhaka. She was also vice president in Viqarunnisa Noon Debating club, Earth Club & English Language Club. She was english instructor of Udvash, Unmesh & Uniaid. Her love for English as a language is apparent in the way she teaches and she will try to convey this in her class ‘Roadmap to Comprehensive IELTS Preparation’. So Stay tuned & register to this free masterclass.
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