Tuesday, May 10, 2011

IELTS Seminar in Jeddah

A team of professionals led by Pr. Mohammed Khalid is going to hold a seminar this Thursday, 12th May, 2011 in Jeddah.

Venue: Al-Basateen Institute for learning English language
           Al Shola Commercial Centre 
           Medina Road

Time: 7:30 p.m


Participants are advised to do the following in preparation for the seminar:

i.     Please bring Cambridge IELTS 5 with you so that you may attend a 20 minutes questions/answers session after the seminar.
ii.    Download the attached registration form of our institution, and bring the filled form with you for confirmation of your IELTS seat for this course.

For any information, interested persons are advised to contact the following:
-Dr. Saeed 0548899083
-Prof. Khalid 0530176650

This seminar which is going to be held by Prof. Khalid is intended to give future IELTS candidates the opportunity to find out more about the IELTS test and get personal advice and assistance. After the seminar, participants are expected to:

-know more about the format and structure of the test.
-be aware of the question types in all four parts of the test.
-have some knowledge of the problems candidates have during the test.
-have some tips and strategies to help them get a higher score in the test.
-be aware of how much additional preparation they need to do before taking the IELTS test.

This one-hour seminar would consist of 2 parts; Part 1 (30 mins) and Part 2 (30 mins) and it is going to cover the following areas:

  • IELTS Facts and Figures
  • Overview of the IELTS Test
  • Writing Task 1 Tips and Strategies
  • Writing Task 2 Tips and Strategies
  • Listening Tips and Strategies
  • Reading Tips and Strategies 
  • IELTS Questions and Answers

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