My IELTS result came in.

Band score 7.5
As a teacher, for me to confidently groom students to write the IELTS, writing the test was a prerequisite.

I studied for the IELTS in 48 hours and for the first time in one sitting, I took the test and made a 7.5 band score.

How did I do this?

Let me tell you.
In my quest for success, I stumbled on the story of David Ademiluyi.

Just like you, David did not find English too enjoyable. He managed to score a C in his SSCE. Yet, he aced the IELTS with a band score of 7.5
It was scary because like you, he had heard many stories of smart people who had to take the test 3 or more times before they could even score 7 out of 9 which is the total.

(I personally met someone at the test venue who was writing for the 5th time)
Also, the fear of losing 75,000 (test fee) over and over again. (Like the man I met 75,000 x 5 = N375,000)

David had one more fear, his poor background in English.
David was so afraid, he wanted to cancel the plan to relocate to Canada completely rather than waste his money.

He didn’t.

Instead, he spent a lot of time searching for a “shortcut formula”
After searching through various forums and websites, and meeting different tutors, he found a book written by a girl from Cambodia “The High-Score Formula”.

The formula which has been tried and tested by non-native English speakers in India and China is what David used.
And in just 2 weeks of prepping, he made the 7.5 band score easily.

Yes, I used a similar formula and achieved an even better result. 7.5 in 48 hours of study.
I’d like to share this formula with you.

I toiled and searched for this information, but I’m giving you direct access to David Ademiluyi’s course on THE HIGH-SCORE IELTS PROGRAM

Click this link to view:
Visit the link, and if you have any more questions, you can send a DM. I’d reply as fast as I can.

Do not DM before clicking the link, I will know and I won’t respond to your questions.
Tag and share to your friends and family. We rise by lifting others.

I can’t wait to hear your own testimony.

Click the link:

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