The role of any teacher is to help their students maximise the scores that they will get in an exam. However, over the years Nick and I have noticed that many teachers are giving their students advice for the IELTS speaking exam that could actually harm their scores not improve them.
Obviously, this is not intentional, but it can be difficult as an examiner watching a student put into practice the skills that they have been given by a teacher, knowing that they could have reached a higher score if they had just responded naturally to the questions.
So, in today's episode, join Nick and I to find out what the 5 worst pieces of advice for the IELTS speaking exam are, and how you can avoid them!
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