IELTS Test Preparation

native language speaker

max. 8 participants

30 hours per course

interactive teaching

IELTS Test Preparation Course in Berlin Mitte

The ‘International English Language Testing System’ is a standardised test, which is officially accepted by most universities and large companies, especially in Australia, England, and New Zealand. The test is based on ‘world English’ and therefore tests both American and also British English. The test is carried out by Cambridge University, the British Council and IDP Education Australia. In this course a native speaker teacher will prepare you for each of the test’s four categories. You will improve your reading and listening comprehension, as well as practice your speaking and written skills through practicing past exam questions. Our range of interactive excercises will prepare you for your test and ultimately improve your language skills. 


Reading Comprehension 
Listening Comprehension 
Written Expression 

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Information about the IELTS Preparation Course


2 Weeks = 1 Course
5 Days per week

3 hours per day

Monday to Friday
15:00 – 18:00

330 EUR

What will I learn in the IELTS preparation course?

This English lesson focuses on recognising and reparing the weaknesses of the particpant.  Specific topics will be repeated and trained, dependent on the participant’s current language skills. This ensures that you will achieve the best possible result in your test.

Tips for time organisation
Strategies to improve your score
Practice of individual parts of the IELTS test using real examples
Direct feedback on current skills
Individual tips for free writing and speaking


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What is the IELTS test?

The International English Language Testing System is an international test, which is used to test one’s English level. The test is taken on paper, and also with a short, personal conversation with an examiner for about 15 minutes.

2 hours 45 minutes
written test
standardised worldwide
World English (AE, BE, and other dialects)
without additional materials (e.g. dictionary)

Because British English is also tested alongside American English, this test is accepted mainly in Australia, England and New Zealand. This is reeinforced, through the fact that the IELTS is carried out by Cambridge University, the British Council and IDP Education Australia.

The reading, listening, and written parts of the test all must be taken on the same day. The oral test can then be taken within a week after the written exam.

In order to register for the exam, you must register on the British Council website and then you may choose to take the exam in one of 14 cities.

What do I need the IELTS test for?

The IELTS test is a certified test, which is recognised across the entire world. With the help of this test you can prove your current English language level. The test is often required from international Universities or employees as a language certificate. Please note, that this is test is only valid for 2 years!

There are over 6000 academic and state institutions and organisations in 120 different countries that accept the IELTS as a certificate for English language levels. Thus, this test is the most widely accepted worldwide. 

There are two different options: academic and general training. 

The academic IELTS is mostly taken by students who want to study at a university in an english-speaking country, or a further education institution in Germany. 

The general IELTS ist mostly taken by those who want to prove their English language skills for professional reasons or migration purposes. 

How do the points in the IELTS work?

The IELTS test the levels B1 to C2 and has a maximal of 9.0 points.  

B1: 4.0 - 5.0
B2: 5.0 - 6.5
C1: 7.0 - 8.0
C2: 8.0 - 9.0

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