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Several students have emailed me recently asking for extra help. Unfortunately, if you don't live in Melbourne, I'm afraid it's impossible for me to teach people by email or Skype.

When people ask for extra help, my usual advice is to find a teacher who can help you one-to-one. Books or websites can be a great source of advice and practice materials, but only a teacher can give you personalised feedback.

If you find a 'private' teacher, I suggest you spend most of your lesson time either analysing your essays (to see how you can improve them) or practising your answers for speaking questions. (Ads — we do have many great teachers in 51ielts training center)

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