W4 I gave IELTS many times. I got … writing with 6.5. I need your help in preparing this [CELBAN] exam.

Hello Kim,
I am from India and have been in Canada from last 2 years… I gave IELTS many times. I got required bands in all except writing with 6.5 most of the times. I am so upset with this and do not know what can I do to solve this issue. Now I think I should try CELBAN. So, I need your help in preparing this exam. This is completely new to me.
Have a good day.
Thanks
R

savonneI gave IELTS many times. I got ... writing with 6.5. I need your help in preparing this [CELBAN] exam.

Dear R,

I understand your pain, in that there are many who have come before you that have experienced the exact same thing. Many have lost hope or felt exceedingly frustrated without a knowledge of what to do!
The thing is that in taking the IELTS you do not know what your weaknesses are and how to improve. You are disempowered. That is where the hopelessness and frustration comes from. Empowerment comes from knowledge. Hope comes from knowing what to do to create change.
That is the difference between the IELTS and the CELBAN. You are empowered, with the CELBAN because your weaknesses are identifies so that you can know what to do to turn them into strengths. But then you need resources, guidance and direction to enable you to turn those weaknesses into strengths.

And that is where I come in. Providing you knowledge, resources, guidance and direction. I am going to give you a step by step guide for you to determine what you need to do to progress, remembering that it is only when you change what you are doing that you change the outcome.

  1. Determine your weaknesses
    • your weaknesses may have been identified on the CELBAN,
    • your weaknesses may have been identified in a class,
    • your weaknesses can be identified from the CELBAN or IELTS: Pre-Test available internationally from Amazon or
    • your weaknesses can be identifies by getting your writing assessed.
  2. Access resources
  3. Avoid the CELBAN Trap
    • The CELBAN Trap would be your greatest downfall. You have limited chances, and your exam will expire in two years. Ensuring you have patience and diligence, perseverance and good stress and time management skills is fundamental to avoiding the trap.
    • Take the CELBAN when you are confident you will pass! 
How do you feel now, knowing there are options and resources?
Once you have thoroughly researched your options, create your own individualized study plan. Decide if you want to take one course at a time, or several at once in a bundle. This may be determined based on the amount of time that you have, your financial resources, and other influencing factors.
R, I met with a man this summer, in Vancouver. Having failed the IELTS several times he was frustrated about not being able to pass. As I talked with him about the CELBAN Trap and he spoke with other IENs who had taken CELBANPrep he was frustrated.  He did not see the value of the supports I have created: the emotional and affirmation support. He simply wanted to pass. What he did not realize that the emotional support was exactly what he needed to heal and overcome his frustrations.
That is what makes CELBANPrep different. It is not just about preparing you for the exam with skills and knowledge: it is about preparing your for the exam so that you have confidence and with that confidence you increase your capacity to excel. That is what you hear when you read the thank yous.

For one more drop of hope, check these out:

I have done as promised; I have providing you knowledge, resources, guidance and direction. Now it is up to you to follow the step by step guide to determine what you need to do to progress, remembering that it is only when you change what you are doing that you change the outcome.

Looking forward to your thoughtful reply.
Sincerely, Kim

 

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