Online IELTS Tutor

Your online IELTS Tutor can help you prepare for the IELTS Academic or General Test. The IELTS Academic test is often used to satisfy the language requirements for higher education or applications to professional associations. Getting a high score in this language test can be tricky, but your online IELTS Tutor can show you lots of tips, tricks and techniques that help.

Pricing & Packages for Test Preparation with an Online IELTS Tutor

Single Class

1 hour class

CAD $50

Are you getting ready to take your test?

Do you need some last minute practice?

Would you like to try a lesson before committing to a full package?


Choose the test section you’d like to work on.

Discounted rates start at the 6-class package

Writing Booster

6-hour package

1 or 2 hour classes

CAD $280

Was your test result disappointing?

Do you know what you need to fix?

Do you need help improving your score?


Includes:

  • class notes
  • video recording
  • templates
  • vocabulary
  • sample responses
  • feedback on homework
  • 1 essay correction per class

Speaking Booster

6-hour package

1 or 2 hour classes

CAD $ 280

Are you disappointed by your test results?

Do you know what to fix?

Do you need help improving your score?


Includes:

  • class notes
  • video recording
  • templates
  • feedback on homework
  • correction of 1 set of spoken responses per class

Test Preparation for Writing & Speaking

10-hour package

1or 2 hour classes

CAD $360

Do you need help improving your score in WRITING & SPEAKING?


Includes:

  • class notes
  • video recording
  • templates
  • vocabulary
  • sample responses
  • feedback on homework
  • 1 essay/speaking correction per class

Test Preparation for
All Sections

20-hour package

1 or 2 hour classes

CAD $700

Do you need help improving your score in WRITING & SPEAKING?


Includes:

  • class notes
  • video recording
  • templates
  • vocabulary
  • sample responses
  • feedback on homework
  • 1 essay/speaking correction per class

Please contact, call or text 613-614-6460 for more information 

Advantages of working with
an Online IELTS Tutor

  • Practice your English from home
  • Access classes from anywhere in the world. Many of our students live in Dubai, France, Germany, and Brazil
  • Learn and improve at your own speed
  • Record your classes for later review
  • Receive lots of individual help
  • Maximize conversation opportunities
  • Target only the things you need, and want, to work on
  • Waste very little of your time
  • Schedule your classes to fit your busy life – Monday – Friday 10am and 9pm Eastern Standard Time

Disadvantages of working with
an Online IELTS Tutor

The only real disadvantage to working with an IELTS Tutor Online is the available class times.

You can only schedule your classes between 10am and 9pm Eastern Standard Time. So, students in Moscow, Dubai, Israel, and India, etc. should expect to take their classes during their early evening when it’s between 10am and 12pm in Ottawa.

You can’t use your phone for your classes. The small size of phone screens makes it very difficult for you to participate in your class fully. In order to see my shared screen, you will need the full-sized monitor of a laptop, iPad, or computer monitor.

Below is a selection of links to the many pages on this website that can help you with your IELTS Preparation.

Academic Writing Task 1 – bar chart

Writing Task 2 – opinion

IELTS Writing Task 2 – double question

Speaking Tips

Don’t forget to check out my YouTube Channel

Talk to me about IELTS Tutoring Online

If you would like to talk to me about IELTS Tutoring Online, I’d be more than happy to spend half an hour with you.

Since I always like to meet prospective students to talk about their requirements and ambitions, this ‘consultation’ is free.

Just contact, call or text me at:

613-614-6460

Different Ways of Using an Online IELTS Tutor

There are many ways of working with a tutor, and, over the years, I’ve experienced most of them.

Mario’s Style

Mario was very independent with his IELTS preparation. He had a very clear idea of how he wanted to prepare for his IELTS Test and knew exactly how much time he could afford to spend with me.

At the beginning of his preparation, we spent an hour together every two weeks. Before every class, he’d send me an essay so that we could go through it together and clarify any areas that would lose him points in the test.

After that, he’d spend two weeks practicing and strengthening those things. Occasionally, he’d submit an essay for correction so that I could confirm that he had understood and was improving.

During the last two weeks before his exam, Mario increased his classes to twice a week. Talking to me twice a week made him feel very confident about his test, and he got his score without any further fuss.

Diana’s Style

As the mother of two teenagers, Diana knew that she wouldn’t be ready for her test unless she carved out specific times to work on her IELTS preparation. Therefore, right from the start, Diana wanted two classes every week. She was as reliable as clockwork, submitting her homework within a couple of days so that I could see she was on the right track!

Diana would write, and send me, an essay before each class so that the things she’d had difficulty expressing were fresh in her mind when we got together.

Before class, I’d group her errors into similar issues, and then, we’d spend our class time tackling those problems and identifying alternative ways of expressing the ideas she’d had trouble with.

By the time her exam came around, Diana was ready and confident that she would be able to score all the points she needed to get her IELTS score.

Petr’s Style

Petr was lovely, but he didn’t want to do any of his studying by himself. He wanted to do everything in class. In other words, we wrote essays together, went through practice exercises together, had conversations about different topics together, worked on his grammar and sentence variety together, etc. In other words, Petr didn’t spend much time working on his language skills alone.

From my perspective, as his tutor, he was challenging because at the end of the day, Petr needed to internalize the work that we did together. Before we could be sure he would get his score, everything we were studying together had to become part of his English.

Eventually, Petr became confident enough to start doing some simple things by himself as long as I broke them down into small tasks. For example, he’d take one tense for a walk through the park and use it to describe everything he saw, smelled, heard, or touched.

Petr and I spent a lot of time together and became firm friends. Today, he is a Canadian citizen and lives in Winnipeg.