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    A friend of mine wants to prepare for IELTS exam.He has finished HSC exam this year.He is a middle class student in English.He is like not so good,not so bad.At present he is looking between British Council and Saifurs.Which coaching centre is best?If you guys know any other coach centre tell me.

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    I don't know about Saifurs but I signed up to the British Council course. Nothing special and I learnt nothing new. I stop going after a couple of classes and gave the exam by studying on my own, and that too for a day or so only.

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    U can Consider [email protected] Lalmatia........

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    Default Re: IELTS preparation

    >English courses in BD

    Yeah, no. I can bet I already know more than they're willing to 'spoonfeed' you there. It's pointless, to say the least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    >English courses in BD

    Yeah, no. I can bet I already know more than they're willing to 'spoonfeed' you there. It's pointless, to say the least.
    ur absolutely correct, its nothing but waste of money and time.

    ---------- Post added at 18:14 ---------- Previous post was at 18:11 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by sameev29 View Post
    A friend of mine wants to prepare for IELTS exam.He has finished HSC exam this year.He is a middle class student in English.He is like not so good,not so bad.At present he is looking between British Council and Saifurs.Which coaching centre is best?If you guys know any other coach centre tell me.
    if he really really wants to then go for British council.


    Guess what??? scan it??:

    Good enough GAMING RIG

    HApPy GAMing

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    Default Re: IELTS preparation

    well i sat for ielts exam few days ago.. i just took preparation for 3 days.. tell him to solve those cambridge books... and he will get some books and cds for writing and speaking modules from nilkhet or any other book stalls... that should help.. after that if he still faces problem then he should join saifurs... british council i guess hudai ektu beshi beshi taka nei and also tell him to attend some seminars on IELTS conducted by british council.. that would cost him around 500tk

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    Default Re: IELTS preparation

    IELTS and TOEFL er jonno kono coaching laage na. Khali book gula seriously porlei hoy ...... tell him to save his money ......

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    Bhai re English medium er jara onader jonno IELTS, TOEFL bepar na.

    Kintu Bangla medium thekey jena ra ashchen onader jonno kintu ei porikkha ektu kothin. Bishesh korey listening, speaking ar kichuta writing ongsho. Ona ra ekta coaching centre e jetey chai karon onara mone koren hoito kichhu short-cut tips pawa jabey - so they can crack the exam.

    Cambridge series er boi gulai dekhen - oirokom tai porikkkha tey ashey. Kono coaching centre e emon kisu na, tobey brit council ta ontoto goodwill beshi, SAIFUR er cheye. The only thing SAIFUR is good for is for the sponsor, SAIFUR. Ei lok agey IBA-r teacher chhilo, one day he just quit! Next day, he opened this! After 5 yrs, he is sucking off students like anything. English learning gula tar popular course, spoken english, IELTS, going to Australia, etc. Lok-tar matha jemon, luck o temon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xanadu View Post
    Bhai re English medium er jara onader jonno IELTS, TOEFL bepar na.

    Kintu Bangla medium thekey jena ra ashchen onader jonno kintu ei porikkha ektu kothin. Bishesh korey listening, speaking ar kichuta writing ongsho. Ona ra ekta coaching centre e jetey chai karon onara mone koren hoito kichhu short-cut tips pawa jabey - so they can crack the exam.

    Cambridge series er boi gulai dekhen - oirokom tai porikkkha tey ashey. Kono coaching centre e emon kisu na, tobey brit council ta ontoto goodwill beshi, SAIFUR er cheye. The only thing SAIFUR is good for is for the sponsor, SAIFUR. Ei lok agey IBA-r teacher chhilo, one day he just quit! Next day, he opened this! After 5 yrs, he is sucking off students like anything. English learning gula tar popular course, spoken english, IELTS, going to Australia, etc. Lok-tar matha jemon, luck o temon!

    I guess, if you're considering this on a nationwide basis.

    But, I'm from a Bengali Medium background. And, I have zero issues with English. Just goes to show you that a little practice can take you a long way. Working on perfecting my second (extra-non-native) language at the moment

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    Default Re: IELTS preparation

    as far as i can tell... 1-2 month e ekta language er kisu ta hoileo shikha jaite pare... but u shud know u cant be good at a language in such a short time... english communication barano na hoile eishob coaching e jaia at most ekta exam dewar practice hoite pare ja amar khet're hoisilo...

    I went to a nam-najana coaching... and the guys who were instructors had lower scores than I scored... but amar bashay cambridge er boi gula shesh kora hochhilo na... so oikhane that got done...

    Ami saifurs e poraite gesilam few years ago... from my experience what i can say is... saifurs is good for absolute non-users of English as a language... and they would be happy if you can score a 6.

    Btw, whats your frnd aiming for as a score?

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    Also, dare I say this, but the 'English medium students have better English' myth is well, a myth at best. I know of plenty of guys from that background failing to form a coherent sentence, if anything.

    Just pick up the book every day and give a page or two a read, ... regularly that is. You're not likely to need anything more than that.

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    Default Re: IELTS preparation

    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    Also, dare I say this, but the 'English medium students have better English' myth is well, a myth at best. I know of plenty of guys from that background failing to form a coherent sentence, if anything.

    Just pick up the book every day and give a page or two a read, ... regularly that is. You're not likely to need anything more than that.
    agree with you completely... i've been in 5 bengali medium schools (..and 3 eng meds as well).... and have seen the quality of language in both sides....

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    Default Re: IELTS preparation

    Otai to boltesi. Book seriously porlei hoy. Coaching centers are pure money making business ........

    TOEFL & GMAT er bepare i can give some tips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    I guess, if you're considering this on a nationwide basis.

    But, I'm from a Bengali Medium background. And, I have zero issues with English. Just goes to show you that a little practice can take you a long way. Working on perfecting my second (extra-non-native) language at the moment

    Brother u r an exception. There are exceptions on either sides. The best of both worlds -- only a small number have it.

    Yes, English meds are not the rockstars of English - they learn English by 'speaking' - a majority of them are poor in grammar. Contrarily, the Bangla mediums excel at English grammar whereas the practicality of English speech escapes them.

    OP-er friend-er score target, aptitude level, timeline for preparation and application for higher study or migration -- all will need to be considered for an approach specific to him/her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xanadu View Post
    Brother u r an exception. There are exceptions on either sides. The best of both worlds -- only a small number have it.

    Yes, English meds are not the rockstars of English - they learn English by 'speaking' - a majority of them are poor in grammar. Contrarily, the Bangla mediums excel at English grammar whereas the practicality of English speech escapes them.

    OP-er friend-er score target, aptitude level, timeline for preparation and application for higher study or migration -- all will need to be considered for an approach specific to him/her.
    i think so. if he prepare by himself, then he may suffer from lack of confidence. just tell him where to get admission.

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    Default Re: IELTS preparation

    I agree with Xanadu, yes Winter you are 'special'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post
    i agree with xanadu, yes winter you are 'special'.
    hahaha ^_^

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    Default Re: IELTS preparation

    Bangla Medium er 90% student English bhalo parleo bolte pare na.. but bhalo English Medium er 90% student e bhok bhok kore English bolte pare..
    kisu kisu English Medium school ee tou dekhsi Bangla kotha bolle punishment dey.. :O
    seeing is believing..

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    Default Re: IELTS preparation

    The key to success in TOEFL/IELTS

    1. Time Management
    2. Be precise in Speaking section since time is limited. Also make preparation for common topics. Try to be confident while speaking coz dat also matters. Imagine u r alone while speaking.
    3. Make extensive notes in listening section. Dont rely on memory or else u r doomed
    4. Write essays with 3 paragraphs at least. First para is abt introduction, Middle paras are abt explaining the facts and final para about conclusion. Also be precise.
    5. Try to understand what is the topic in Reading section. If u clearly understand it, u wont have trouble answering the questions.

    Ultimately it is a test about understanding.

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