What To Look For When Choosing an IELTS Coaching Centre.


* Find out if the Centre helped you identify the areas you need coaching for- reading, writing, speaking or listening. Ask if your trainer can provide you concentrated training focused on improving your score in particular sections.
* Find out if the coaching centre has a formalized system to pre-test your basic English proficiency level and enroll you in an appropriate batch for students with caliber similar to yours and with similar IELTS score goals.
* Find out if your Trainer is a certified trainer. If not, insist on a demonstration class to assess the quality of training provided by the centre.
* Check out whether the Coaching Centre maintains and regularly updates a library for IELTS course material. It is more important for a good coaching centre to have a well-stocked library for reference books and study material than central air conditioning.
* Assess whether the Coaching centre has understood the purpose of your taking the test and helped you make an informed decision about the type of IELTS test you need to take- whether General Training or Academic; and has provided you unbiased information about the options and procedure for taking the IELTS test.
* Understand what the Coaching Centre / trainer commits to provide to you and tell you what to do if you don’t get the IELTS score you need.