NOTE: CELBAN or IELTS Writing Assessment are available for a limited time only, with the launch of the CELBAN or IELTS: Grammar Essentials series.
Simply write a report. It can be an incident report or an assessment report. But it has to be:
- brief, within the limit of 250-500 words.
- sent as a Word document attachment
- (once you make the payment you will have the e-mail address.)
Here are some samples of CELBAN Writing Reports, written on this blog, that you can check out for an idea and some guidance.
The role of the assessment is to understand your baseline:
- What are your skills and abilities now?
- What are your strengths and weaknesses?
- What do you need to learn to pass the CELBAN?
- Which resource from the CELBAN or IELTS: Grammar Essentials series is most helpful?
The CELBAN or IELTS Writing Assessments are simply that: seeing where you are, to create an individualized study plan for you. It is in having an individualized plan that clear goals will be set, that you will understand why you have been having difficulty in passing the IELTS, and you will have a clear direction of what you need to do to turn your weaknesses into strengths so that you achieve a professional level of writing not only for the CELBAN or IELTS, but for everything you ever write after completing the course.
The skills I teach, through CELBANPrep and CELBAN or IELTS: Grammar Essentials series are not just so that you pass the exam!
The skills I teach you allow you to achieve your dreams, all of them, no matter what they are.
It is not about an exam; it is about your career!
So worry not about the CELBAN or IELTS Writing Assessment.
My goal is not only to teach you English. My goal is not only to have you pass the exam. My goal is to provide you with resources, supports, and step-by-step processes that allow deep level learning that creates an inner knowledge of your individual worth.
Simply do the best that you can. There is no pass or fail. There is simply an awareness of where you are and what you need to do to get to where you want to go.
How is that for an answer?
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