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IELTS offers both paper-based and computerised tests that examines your English using every-day, non-academic English, and is accepted for migration, secondary education and work experience in Australia.

IELTS on paper

For this test, it starts with Writing, then Reading, and finally Listening. And, the Speaking test is conducted face-to-face with a trained IELTS examiner.

IELTS on computer

IELTS on computer starts with Listening, Reading and Writing, but instead of writing your answers on paper, you type them on a computer.


About PTE

Pearson Test of English (PTE) is a computerised test of English proficiency that is accepted by the Australian, New Zealand and UK governments. All test takers should prepare for PTE Academic, even if English is your first language.

PTE Academic is a three hour computer-based English test assessing real-life, academic English, with three main parts to the test: speaking and writing, listening and readin.


Today, more than 3,000 educational institutes across the world trust PTE to verify their students’ English skills.

General English

About General English

We six levels of General English, which means we can accommodate students of all abilities. We will help you develop the English language and communicative skills required for everyday life in social and work environments. Students have the option to maximise improvement through our intensive progression pathway.


The syllabus includes three summative tests – in Weeks 4, 8 and 12. The tests are designed to check the overall academic progress of a student and whether or not learner objectives have been achieved.

Punctuation & Speaking Class

About Grammar Class

This specialization covers common topics in intermediate grammar, such as perfect verb tenses and adjective clauses. It will also cover "tricky English" grammar topics that learners of English often find frustrating.


The capstone will give you a chance to review all of the knowledge you've learned in the courses and create a multi-media "scrapbook" of grammar to keep with you after the specialization ends.

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