ISLPR Language Services is hiring new two new testers in Brisbane and Sydney.
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If you've been reading our blog posts and following our advice, you should know by now that the only way to improve your English is to consistently use the language and obtain feedback! It is for this reason that we provide (both free and paid) activities, webinars, courses and general information aimed at improving your language. We don't believe in teaching you tricks to pass a test.
We are now opening up our trials to candidates who have never done the ISLPR test before and are located in South East Queensland or Sydney. Please note, priority will be given to candidates who can attend our office in person.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, ISLPR Language Services has been working on creating an online version of the ISLPR test for the past few months. We are currently trialing the software and are reaching out to Queensland and Sydney based candidates who have not done the ISLPR test before to ask whether you would be interested in participating in our formal trials of the online test.
At ISLPR Language Services, writing is the biggest problem we come across with candidates learning English as a second language. During a test we won't often tell candidates what format they should write in as we believe this is subjective and, in real life, the format differs from one piece of writing to another even on the same topic. However, the following 4 questions should help you work out how to write.
What Lockdown or Quarantine does to your English:
Help? Yes, but only if you do the right thing!
For people who use English as a second language, the lockdown period can badly affect your English proficiency if you don’t take steps to maintain it.
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