It’s been a great year for IELTS Academic with the launch of online lessons and more than 30,000 fans reached on Facebook. We’re now helping more than 100,000 people every month achieve the IELTS score they need to study or work in another country.
In case you discovered IELTS Academic recently, here are the top ten most viewed posts published during 2015. Did you miss any?
You all wanted to know the secret of high-scoring IELTS Writing answers. This Task 2 answer discussed the controversial issue of free trade.
Process diagrams seem to cause panic and distress in IELTS candidates. Hence the need to seek comfort in model answers like this one.
Note how the top three is composed entirely of IELTS Writing model answers. We can certainly see a pattern emerging here!
Do you ever get the feeling that you’re doing something wrong? No, I don’t mean that thing! I mean in IELTS!
This post was a fun way to measure how much vocabulary you actually know. Were you a word wizard or is it time to learn up?
It seems like money is never far from your mind. Especially when someone is asking you all these tough questions about it.
Did you know that the United Nations celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2015? You would have known if you’d read this Task 2 model answer.
In September, I introduced you to an instructor with a great method for teaching IELTS Writing. His course is still available on Udemy.
I know many of you are struggling to get from Band 6 to Band 7 in IELTS Speaking. This post offered five ways to hack the assessment criteria.
The tenth most popular post in 2015 introduced a process to follow if you’re completely new to IELTS, and a link to a great beginner course.
Well, that ends a great year! You may have noticed other new content on this website, including four new pages of IELTS tips and two IELTS practice tests. You can access all of this content from the top menu.
There is much more to come in 2016, including more IELTS vocabulary and more IELTS Reading practice. Good luck to everyone taking IELTS next year!