3G* CELBAN or IELTS: writing reviewer

CELBAN or IELTS Writing Reviewer


I want to purchase CELBAN Writing Task Specially Writing Task 1 can you send me the link form your website so that I can proceed.
Thanks, A

Dear A,

For CELBAN writing I have a 3 stage process:

  1. Focus on Test Taking Strategies with CELBANPrep Writing Level One
  2. Focus on Grammar with CELBAN or IELTS: Grammar Essentials
  3. Focus on Writing in a Nursing Context with CELBANPrep Writing Level Two.

3 Steps

These three courses work together and are especially successful in preparing IENs with the skills to PASS the writing portion of the exam.

Check-out the tag: I passed the CELBAN!!

For this reason one is required as a prerequisite before the other. All three courses are part of  CELBANPrep Writing Suite, which is available internationally on Amazon.

Because the first two teach transferable skills that improve scores for BOTH the CELBAN and the IELTS, the first two are bundled as part of the CELBAN or IELTS Series. Please note, that  CELBAN or IELTS: Grammar Essentials teaches you transferable skills not only for CELBAN Writing, but also the Fill-in-the-Blank Task for Reading. Actually, it will make a difference in all aspects of your life! So it is for the entire CELBAN or IELTS Series.

I hope this helps!


2 responses to “3G* CELBAN or IELTS: writing reviewer

  1. Dear Kim,
    I have a question about the writing part of the CELBAN:
    Is it okay to use abbreviations in writing a nursing report for example, using Pt instead of patient?

    • Dear Sofia,

      Thank you for your original question. When I was teaching IENs to write their medical assessments and patient histories I did encourage them to use abbreviations. Of course it makes sense to write BP instead of Blood Pressure and T instead of Temperature. But it is important not to use dashed or else -37’C looks like the person’s body temperature was below freezing!

      All the best!

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