In-Class Training - Top in IELTS - Academic and General

In-Class Training

In-Class Training Lessons

Top In IELTS in-Class training lessons are designed to help our students who learn better with in-person, or face to face training. We provide training for academic and general IETLS. Students can register for morning and evening batches at our Vadodara, Gujarat location. Our IELTS tutors are trained and certified tutors that teach classes under the supervision of our Canada tutors. 
 
Students from other parts of India, or other countries can register for online classes. Our online classes tutors are trained and certified tutors based in Toronto, Ontario Canada.
 
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In-Class training will start soon at Vadodara, Gujarat, India location, stay tuned for more updates!

To register for or in-person classes email at study@topinielts.com, or message us at below what's app numbers:

India +91 95126 31977

Toronto: +1 647 -648-2525

Online & In- Class Courses Have This Below Sub-Category
  • 2 Weeks Metro Express Course:  This is a 2 Week course; it has 5 hours of Training in which it includes 2-hour listening, 3 hours reading, 5 hours writing, and 2 hour speaking. Additional practice material will be provided for training at no additional cost.
  • 4 Weeks Express Course: This is a 4 Week course; it has 20 hours of training in which it includes 3 hours of Listening, 5 hours reading, 9 hours writing, and 3 hours speaking. Additional practice material will be provided for training at no additional cost.
  • 6 weeks Short Tearm Training: It will run for 6 weeks from Monday to Friday, for one hour each day, additional practice material will be provided for training at no additional cost.
  • 3 Months Long Term IELTS Training: It will run for 3 months from Monday to Friday, for one hour each day, additional practice material will be provided for training at no additional cost.
  • Cancellation & Refund Policy:

    • A student may defer, or cancel their registration for a course up to one week prior to
      the course start date.
    • A student may defer her/his registration to a future session of the same, or other session for a
      maximum of two times.

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Here some tips for – Writing Task – Essay

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.  Also, write about the following topic:

The current COVID-19 situation has a huge impact on the world’s economy. In your option how will this pandemic impact the small and big businesses? What is your recommendation to deal with similar pandemics in the future?

Tips about how to write an essay task: Write at least 250 words and make sure you understand the writing topic.

Take the time to read the task very carefully. Underline the parts you have to write about and make rough points that you want to focus on:

  • What topics do you need to cover in the writing task?
  • Do I need to present an argument, or share your opinion?
  • If yes, how will you address your opinion?
  • Does it ask for your recommendations?
  • If yes, how will you list your recommendations that align with your opinion?

How should essay flow:

  • 1st paragraph Beginning – Introduction of the topic (sometimes you can also address: who, what, when, where and why – if needed): The introduction sets the scene for your reader, it gives them an idea about what you are going to discuss, what the issues you are going to address, and often what your position is.
  • 2nd and 3rd paragraphs (middle paragraphs) Your story – where you will share your opinions, or arguments.: Make your opinions on the topic clear to the readers – decided what your opinion, or argument is in the beginning and have supporting statements in the second paragraph of the essay, keep your position clear, don’t change it.
  • Final Closing paragraph – Closing statement to conclude you argument, or opinion : Draw a logical conclusion that can stand for your point the conclusion should match with your argument, or opinion and further supports your argument, or opinion. You need to write one or two sentences that summarise your argument, point, or opinion.

Hope the tips were helpful Good luck with your test!