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IELTS on computer: What has changed for ESL teachers?

IDP IELTS — May 29th, 2019

IELTS is the leading English language test for international mobility. The launch of computer-delivered IELTS in New Zealand has proven popular among test takers. But what does this mean for ESL teachers? Read more about IELTS support for teachers.

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UP Education to deliver IELTS on computer in Auckland

IELTS — March 4th, 2019

IELTS is now available on computer at The Campbell Institute, a brand new test centre in Auckland. The Campbell Institute, part of UP Education will now deliver IELTS at their Auckland campus, thanks to a new partnership with IDP Education. For test takers and UP Education students, the new centre will bring more options for…

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Two New Computer-delivered IELTS Test Centres in Auckland

IDP IELTS — February 18th, 2019

International students, workers and people seeking residency in New Zealand have welcomed the option of taking the world’s most popular high-stakes English language test on computer, following a country-wide roll-out. Now there are two more computer-delivered IELTS test centres. Find out where.

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Grammar 101: Elude vs. allude

IDP IELTS — February 6th, 2019

In the Grammar 101 series we look at commonly confused words. This time we cover elude vs allude. Elude is defined as 'to escape from or avoid a danger.' You can use elude when you want to avoid something. Allude can be defined as 'to suggest; or indirectly call attention to something.'

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中文雅思备考手册正式发布

IDP IELTS — January 29th, 2019

如果您正在准备雅思考试,让我们为您提供助力。雅思备考手册将为您提供有关雅思考试的介绍,以及考试技巧和建议。

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IELTS for native English speakers

IDP IELTS — January 22nd, 2019

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How to write the date correctly?

IDP IELTS — January 14th, 2019

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Homophones, homographs & homonyms

IDP IELTS — December 3rd, 2018

Have you come across words that are spelled the same, but have different meanings? Or words that are spelled differently, but sound the same? We call these words homophones, homographs or homonyms. Let’s have a look at the difference. Read more here.