How to prepare for IELTS or TOEFL. Which one is better and could you please share some materials in IELTS & TOEFL?

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dania ortega

dania ortega

Operations Analyst at WD

IELTS and TOEFL preparation is not some new thing. If you just temple a single one online you will get thousands of results on preparation, guides, cracked courses, online training and a lot more than I can’t even name. But trying aloof those is not a solution. I know it gets frustrating when there are more than enough options.

Few years back I was  preparing for IELTS myself. My plan was to go for a masters degree in the UK but unfortunately some personal things got in the way. Anyway at that time, I learned that the official material is always the best option. It doesn’t matter whether it is a test or just for interest, you can totally do good with the help of official materials.

Both IELTS and TOEFL publish their official guides their webpage. You can simply get things from there too. They also publish their sample pacers and interview questions to help students get an idea of it. Apart from that if you ask for my tip, I would say increment learning in the answer. These types of things are not to be mastered one night before with long sessions.

With increment learning, you can divide your time into small portions and larger numbers. It means you will  be preparing several times a day but for short periods. Increment learning is a great way when the objective is to understand not master. IELTS and TOEFL basically need English understanding, you don't need to master it. Work on current skills or rather than learning new things.


The best source for preparation is their official website (as I have mentioned before). In case you want more help, you can get in touch with the experts here. They help with abroad studies and all of its aspects. You can get IELTS and TOEFL preparation materials from them as well, along with help on any possible topic related to abroad studies. Let me know if you want any more details from my end.


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Sarita Yadav

Sarita Yadav

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To get ready for IELTS or TOEFL, practice English skills like reading, writing, listening, and speaking. You can use books and online resources. IELTS is good for everyday English, while TOEFL is more academic. Look for sample tests and study guides on their websites or in stores. Just keep practicing and stay confident!


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