Are you learning English or preparing for the IELTS test or looking to improve your IELTS score?

With useful tips on vocabulary learning and how to approach the test, this section aims to extend and improve the accuracy of your vocabulary and help you prepare for the IELTS test. It is designed for students working alone who want to revise and extend their vocabulary. But it can also be used as part of an IELTS preparation course in the classroom or set as homework by a teacher.

Education Vocabulary
To complete a first university degree successfully
graduated from the University of Salford in 2009.My graduation ceremony was in 2009.
The group of subjects studied in a school, college, etc.
Schools must ensure they have an excellent curriculum.
An official record showing that you have finished a training course or have the necessary skills, etc
Good qualifications are really important if you want to get a well-paid job.I am qualified to teach English.
Regular work done by students as part of a course, but assessed independently of formal exams.
The coursework on my degree was really difficult.
When male and female students are taught together in the same school or college rather than separately
Co-educational schools prepare students for their future better than single-sex schools.
To behave in a dishonest way in order to get what you want
He did really well in his exams but he cheated. He copied from a friend.Cheating on exams is not recommended.
The ability to read and write.
Literacy rates have declined considerably in Western countries over the last decade.However, most children are literate.
Unable to read and write
Many children in the poorest countries are illiterate.
Primary (elementary) Education
First years of formal education from around age 5 to 11.
A good primary education is crucial for a child’s development.
Secondary Education
Education during the time as a teenager.
I loved it at my secondary school as I had so many friends.
Higher (tertiary) Education
Non-compulsory education after finishing school, such as university, as well as vocational education and training at colleges.
60% of children now go into higher education after they finish school.
Concentrate To direct your attention or your efforts towards a particular activity, subject or problem
It is difficult to concentrate on my work if there is a lot of noise.I keep losing concentration due to the noise.