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A complete and thorough textbook that introduces the IELTS exam to students and also provides key tips and instructions for students. Published by Pineview College - one of Australia's leading English language schools, this book is the perfect reference tool for any student who needs to sit the IELTS exam.

Readers of this valued book can also complete sample questions and access certified online practice exams. Feedback and guidance is provided to the online students.

This book is used in the IELTS Preparation Courses at Pineview College and is the perfect companion for any student preparing for IELTS.

Topics: Test Prep, Language, and Guides

Published: Pineview College on
ISBN: 9781301497416
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