Road to IELTS experts and writers Sarah Philpot and Marijana Petrovic share their writing process and the most frequently asked questions from IELTS test takers.
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Our 30th anniversary has allowed us to connect, reflect and plan for the future. See more from our 30 year anniversary here.
It is so easy to feel lost and isolated online. Here is why textspeak is an essential part of English language learning.
Can we, and should we, make English tests more international? Andrew Stokes explores the possibilities.
In the final instalment of this series, you will find the top tips, videos and fact sheets for IELTS Writing.
Adrian Raper looks ahead, sharing new developments in AI and speaking assessments, researchers to look out for, and where to find out more.
A placement test score should be a fair representation of a candidate’s ability, not their cultural knowledge. Here are four steps test designers can take to ensure that.
Whether you are recruiting 60 or 600 candidates, answer these three questions to choose the right placement test for your company’s needs.
Running placement tests for a large cohort of new students can be time-consuming, costly and tedious. Dr Adrian Raper’s five-question framework makes it totally efficient. Test it here.
Online proctoring can help make remote assessment programmes more accessible and flexible. But what should you look for in a provider?
Grammar has a reputation for focusing on errors. With Tense Buster, we focus on communication. Here is how.
Andrew Stokes and Samuel Sheinberg look back on how EdTech has changed over the last 30 years and what we can expect in the future.
How can we best equip migrants with the language skills they need to integrate effectively into their communities? It starts with Reading.
Some of our partners and customers have been with us since we started 30 years ago. Here are a few memories from the early days.
Language learning opens doors to new worlds. But getting through the language barrier is tough. Here are five reminders for when motivation wanes.
On a visit to British Council Paris, Clarity’s Andrew Stokes talked to Tanguy Perrichot on providing IELTS support to universities in France. They discussed a successful approach to guided self-access.
There are all sorts of IELTS websites. Some are good, but others are dire… How can you ensure your IELTS students are getting the very best the web has to offer?
Road to IELTS started in 2006. Over 40m study sessions later, how do we know the program is really helping test takers get the band score they need?
How do you get your students started on their IELTS journey? This post outlines a successful 45-minute orientation session.
In this post, Adam Forrester introduces three ideas for using Road to IELTS in class. Try these activities with your students to prepare them for the IELTS Speaking test.