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  • IELTS – International English Language Testing System.
  • IELTS measures test taker’s ability to communicate in English across all four language skills – listening, reading, writing and speaking. IELTS is one of the most widely-recognized and used English language test across the world. It measures the language proficiency of people who want to study / work abroad or migrate. IELTS scores are accepted as trusted and valid indicator of capacity to communicate in English.
  • The test is accepted by thousands of educational institutes and Government organizations across many countries around the world.
  • If you want to study or migrate to an English speaking country, IELTS could the test for you. It is accepted, trusted and recognized by immigration authorities and government departments in almost all English-speaking countries, importantly Australia, Canada, New Zealand, The United Kingdom etc. to name a few. In addition, it also has its same prominence in Universities and private educational institutes in the countries like Australia, Canada, New Zealand, The United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Europe, Ireland, The United States etc. and many more.
  • This test is taken through 2 ways (1) pen-paper based (2) computer based; two modules are there (1) Academic – for students (link to fun fact) (2) General – for migrants
  • COMPONENT TASKS NO. OF QUESTIONS TIME BAND
    LISTENING 4 Sections 40 Questions 30 Minutes 9 Bands
    READING 3 Sections 40 Questions 60 Minutes 9 Bands
    WRITING 2 Tasks Report/Letter and Essay 60 Minutes 9 Bands
    SPEAKING 3 Sections —– 10-15 Minutes 9 Bands
  • Total Test Time: approximately 2 Hours 55 Minutes. (3 hours)
  • Reading, Listening and Writing tests are conducted on the same day whereas Speaking test date and time is intimated by the concerned exam centre and conducted differently. (It could be approximately 2-5 days before or after the booked date of exam).

THE ‘IELTS’ TEST CONSISTS OF FOUR COMPONENTS

(1) Listening (2) Reading (3) Writing (4) Speaking

Listening at a glance…………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Listening comprises of 4 sections. There are approximately 40 questions in total. You require to answer all the questions as you listen to the audio recording. You will hear the recording only once. As the test progress, the questions get trickier.

Don’t get panic. There are few techniques and strategies to get through it. We will train you about all these stuff.

Reading at a glance……………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Reading comprises of 3 text passages and approximately 40 questions in total. You have to read the passages and answer questions, label diagrams, complete sentences, heading paragraphs or fill gaps. For every type of task there are instructions and examples being given by our tutor.

The not so good thing here is, you must write answers in answer sheet in the given 60 minutes period, no extra time is given. On the other side, good thing is that you don’t need to read whole passages by using and following techniques and strategies taught to you by our skilled tutors.

Writing at a glance……………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Writing component comprises 2 sections. First one is to write a letter according to given situation, using approximately 150 words in General Module or write a report as per task given i.e. graph, table or process chart in Academic Module. The second task is to write an Essay on given topic, using approximately 250 words.

This task requires some training and to learn some techniques, but after you write a few reports, essays and letters, as per instructions given to you by our tutor, you will be well equipped and prepared for this task and you will feel confident.

Speaking at a glance…………………………………………………………………………………………………….

This is the funniest part of the test, for many reasons. This component is organised on different day and therefore more relaxed.

In the first section of Speaking test, the examiner asks you questions about yourself, your work, studies, family and pets, etc. – all your personal matters.

In the second section, you receive a Cue Card with 3-4 dot points. You will be given 1 minute to prepare yourself and to think about something to speak. You will speak about 1 to 2 minutes. You must cover all points given on card. After your speech, the examiner may ask few additional questions.

In the third section, your examiner will discuss few topics with you. The topic is somehow related to the one from section two (not compulsorily), but it is about more conceptual ideas.

The examiner will record whole conversation. This is only for reassessment purpose only if the need arise.

NOTE: Due to covid-19, currently we run online classes through online platform only. You will be able to get training from our tutors. NO PRE-RECORDED VIDEOS.