BEST review center for IELTS in MANILA???

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    best review center for ielts in manila???

    guys i need tips on ielts exam review center?? or home study?? whats better?
    books to read, review material practice exams etc,, thank you so muck for peeps that will reply

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    lets up this
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    you don't really need to review... but if your registered with British Council, you can use their facilities (at the Taipan 10F ofc, ortigas) anytime for free.(just be sure to bring a jacket with you!) or just buy cambridge ielts 6 and other books from prc. another privilege from british council is the free 30 hours of Road to IELTS, but i found a site where the full version is accessible. Road to IELTS Academic from Clarity and the British Council
    IELTS is a pretty easy exam. just take note of the tips that you'll find fro books. how to write your essay and how to answer in the interview. my tip for the listening test- watch a lot of movies, from the UK (e.g. love actually, imagine me and you) and just listen to the listening practice tests on ur ipod, even if you're not taking a test. just keep listening until the day of your test. follow my advice: don't enroll yourself anymore and waste your money in the review centers. you'll do just well. goo dluck!
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    actually, you can review on your own but if you really want to review for the IELTS, NINER 9.0 review center is the no.1 IELTS review center as of the moment. You can inquire in any of their offices. Good luck on your IELTS. ^_^
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    English is so innate, you cannot change it in a snap. I reckon that IELTS exams will really test English technicalities too and that's what you need to be prepared for. I reviewed at 9.0 Niner. True to their name, I got a 9 in one of the subtests.
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    Quote from official02
    English is so innate, you cannot change it in a snap. I reckon that IELTS exams will really test English technicalities too and that's what you need to be prepared for. I reviewed at 9.0 Niner. True to their name, I got a 9 in one of the subtests.
    congratulations! i am reviewing in Niners too right now and hopefully, I'll get my required band score or a 9 too. ^__^
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    Quote from jenna18
    you don't really need to review... but if your registered with British Council, you can use their facilities (at the Taipan 10F ofc, ortigas) anytime for free.(just be sure to bring a jacket with you!) or just buy cambridge ielts 6 and other books from prc. another privilege from british council is the free 30 hours of Road to IELTS, but i found a site where the full version is accessible. Road to IELTS Academic from Clarity and the British Council
    IELTS is a pretty easy exam. just take note of the tips that you'll find fro books. how to write your essay and how to answer in the interview. my tip for the listening test- watch a lot of movies, from the UK (e.g. love actually, imagine me and you) and just listen to the listening practice tests on ur ipod, even if you're not taking a test. just keep listening until the day of your test. follow my advice: don't enroll yourself anymore and waste your money in the review centers. you'll do just well. goo dluck!
    thanks MAM

    Quote from jaja21
    actually, you can review on your own but if you really want to review for the IELTS, NINER 9.0 review center is the no.1 IELTS review center as of the moment. You can inquire in any of their offices. Good luck on your IELTS. ^_^

    noted THANKS

    Quote from official02
    English is so innate, you cannot change it in a snap. I reckon that IELTS exams will really test English technicalities too and that's what you need to be prepared for. I reviewed at 9.0 Niner. True to their name, I got a 9 in one of the subtests.
    9 in all categories ??? wow that's awesome
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    how much is the fee ? and what are the courses they are offering? im planning to review on their center . thanks
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    Quote from jenna18
    you don't really need to review... but if your registered with British Council, you can use their facilities (at the Taipan 10F ofc, ortigas) anytime for free.(just be sure to bring a jacket with you!) or just buy cambridge ielts 6 and other books from prc. another privilege from british council is the free 30 hours of Road to IELTS, but i found a site where the full version is accessible. Road to IELTS Academic from Clarity and the British Council
    IELTS is a pretty easy exam. just take note of the tips that you'll find fro books. how to write your essay and how to answer in the interview. my tip for the listening test- watch a lot of movies, from the UK (e.g. love actually, imagine me and you) and just listen to the listening practice tests on ur ipod, even if you're not taking a test. just keep listening until the day of your test. follow my advice: don't enroll yourself anymore and waste your money in the review centers. you'll do just well. goo dluck!
    hi jenna! i've been looking for a site where i can practice or learn IELTS at no cost. thanks for sharing!
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    Quote from johnsia
    how much is the fee ? and what are the courses they are offering? im planning to review on their center . thanks

    you can surf the internet for enquiries. I think the regular price is 5,000php but some of their centers offer promos wherein you will only pay for 4,000php or if you'll enroll as a group(3 or more) you'll only pay 3,500php each. They're offering reviews for the Acad and GT exams in the IELTS. you can do your own homework. ^_^


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