IELTS is of 2 months intensive course. If a candidate here at the UCL goes properly through all the class activities, class participations, mock tests and home assignments, is supposed to be very well prepared for the best bands in all the four modules of IELTS (AC/GT). Further, the one after IELTS classes will be prime ready to the best in any of the Competitive Exams, Interviews or Entry Tests.

During the course of IELTS students are given a variety of preparatory material, online media assignments, apps, class activities, class participations and many more.

Students go through different mock tests to assess their abilities up to the final finish. At the end of every mock test every student is given a list of their (his/him) mistakes on the test and that how to fix them as well. 

A mock test result here at the UCL reflects the exact assessment as by the British Council or AEO, so a student in advance gets know about their (his/her) Bands of the final test at the British Council or AEO.

The stated below topics are coached during the IELTS course here at the UCL.


  • An overview as well as summary of IELTS speaking module.
  • What speaking skills are tested in IELTS ?
  • How to improve Fluency, Coherence, Lexical resource, Grammatical range, Accuracy and Pronunciation?
  • What is standard continuity (fluency) of speaking & how to develop it?
  • How to increase the stock of special interest and general vocabulary? 
  • What sub-sections in speaking module test candidate's what area of specific knowledge?
  • If a candidate doesn't have the answer then what should they do?
  • What are the most asked questions in IELTS interview?
  • How to develop real accent and pronunciation?
  • How to speaking dramatically?
  • What's an organized and systematic speaking?
  • How to justify your position in discussion?
  • How to create an oral story for long talks?
  • How to justify your position in discussion?


  • An overview as well as summary of IELTS listening module.
  • What listening skills are tested in IELTS ?
  • How to guess the meaning of unknown words during listening?
  • What are the best techniques to reach to the accurate answer during listening?
  • How to develop the listening understanding speed?
  • How to understand the real accent and pronunciation?
  • What are the main asked task types?
  • How to analyze listening situation?
  • How to identify the key arguments and specific information during listening?
  • How to identify the opinion, tone and attitude of the speaker?
  • How to extract information from the listening stuff and put into a diagrammatic representation?


  • An overview as well as summary of IELTS reading module.
  • What reading skills are tested in IELTS?
  • What's Micro and Global-reading & how to understand them?
  • How to guess the meaning of unknown words?
  • How to develop the speed of reading?
  • What is skimming and scanning?
  • How to identify opinions and attitudes as opposed to facts?
  • How to locate specific information?
  • What are the 10 basic task types asked in the reading module?
  • How to distinguish the main idea from supporting detail and the topic sentence?
  • How to recognize key points for a summary?
  • How to extract information from a prose text?
  • Learning of techniques to solve a paper.


  • An overview as well as summary of IELTS writing module.
  • What writing skills are tested in IELTS (Academic and General Training)?
  • What style must candidates write in?
  • How to describe facts, figures and trends flow?
  • How to describe a diagram, chart, graph, table and picture?
  • How to write about a process and a situation?
  • How to develop and organize ideas?
  • How to refute and clear arguments?
  • How to write formal, informal, personal and non-personal letters and how to tone a letter?
  • How to build paragraph and balance your views?
  • What skills are needed for good writing?
  • What kind of information should a candidate give in writing?
  • How to develop advance vocabulary, non-plain sentences and comprehensive paragraphs?
  • How to use Bypass communication techniques to make your writing skills very different and impressive?