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An individual aspiring to obtain a desired band score in this most coveted language test called IELTS can enroll for this course. The course covers an array of knowledge on test requirements, syllabus, pattern, strategies and many more. Training is provided in all the four essential skills required – listening, reading, writing and speaking for both the types of test – Academic and General Training. This course provides assistance and guidance for the test takers at every stage of the process.
The onus of the course is to ease the exam day for the test takers and help them present with confidence and competence to clear the test with flying colours.
International English Language Test, simply called IELTS, is an English language assessment test conducted to gauge an individual’s English language proficiency across four different skills like listening, reading, writing and speaking. This test is designed to enable an individual to work, study or migrate to a country where English is a native language.
IELTS jointly owned by the British Council; IDP: IELTS Australia and Cambridge Assessment English, assesses a candidate’s language ability. It is graded on a scale of ‘0-9’, where band score ‘9’ indicates that the test taker has fully operational command on the language. While, band score ‘0’ declares him/her to not have attempted the test.
IELTS has two types of test. They are: IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training. Both of these tests assess candidate’s language skills in listening, reading, writing and speaking.
An individual wanting to study in an English speaking environment or university for higher education can take IELTS Academic test for professional registration purposes.
IELTS General Training is most suitable for those applying to study anything below degree level. This is also required for migration to countries like Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the UK.
However, kindly check the entry requirements of the organization that you seek an admission for, before choosing the type of the test.
Considering the standard and demand of this International language test, we have devised a program that can help an IELTS aspirant to nurture and prosper all the required skills and abilities and thus partner in their IELTS success story.
We give 45 days of Classroom Training Program along with LMS based support for 1 year.
The course extends a year support to the students from the day of admission. The support is given by helping students clear their doubts pertaining to the test, its registration or related enquiry.
Quizzes/assignments are provided on timely basis during this support period to ensure that candidates achieves desired band score in his/her successive attempt. Thus we wish to be constant source of support in this journey towards your dream.
This section assesses test taker’s listening skills in understanding topics, opinions or perspectives. Test under this section lasts for about 30 minutes with an additional ten minutes to transfer answers to the final answer sheet. Audios played here could be conversations and monologues with variety of voices in different native-speaker accents. This module completely dedicates and discusses the skills required to ace the same. Below are the highlights of the contents that you learn in this module:
This section measures test taker’s ability to read in English. It also tries to find candidate’s skill to comprehend, understand and locate information from the resource provided. The test is conducted for about 60 minutes with three or sometimes four reading passages of progressing difficulty, and there are a total of 40 questions to answer. However, the text under academic test can be more challenging than that in the general training test. This module illustrates in detail the reading aspect of ‘IELTS Test’. Below are the highlights of the contents that you learn in this module:
This section gauges test taker’s writing skills with four main parameters – Task achievement; coherence and cohesion; lexical resource and grammatical range and accuracy. This assessment is conducted with two tasks in the said section, where general training and academic has slightly different question pattern in task 1 followed by task 2 with the same question pattern while the latter task has slightly difficult question. This module elaborates on every nuance of the IELTS Writing aspect. Below are the highlights of the contents that you learn in this module:
This section measures test taker’s ability to communicate verbally in English across a variety of topics and questions encountered in an interview set-up. This test lasts for about 11-14 minutes. This module guides through the necessary details on the same. Below are the highlights of the contents that you learn in this module:
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is designed to help you work, study or migrate to a country where English is the native language. This includes countries such as Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and USA.
The higher you can score in your IELTS, reflects a better understanding and ability to communicate in English. Each immigration body, university, workplace or institution will have specific IELTS score requirements. The score you need will depend on what you are looking to do in the country, i.e work or study.
IELTS has two types: IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training. Both tests assess your English language skills in listening, reading, writing and speaking.
The IELTS Writing and Reading tests are different in the Academic and General Training tests. For instance, the academic test topics or questions can be quite challenging as compared to the general training.
If you want to move to an English-speaking country to study, then you should take the IELTS Academic test.
For work or immigration, the IELTS General Training test is recommended.
Please check the entry requirements of your organisation on their official website before choosing your test.
This test requires test takers to sit at a desk with the question papers and answer sheets for the Reading, Listening and Writing tests in an official IELTS test centre. Test takers will write their answers in either pen or HB-pencils. The Speaking test is carried out face-to-face with a trained IELTS examiner.
This test requires test takers to sit the Reading, Listening and Writing tests in front of a computer with the questions presented on the screen in an official IELTS test centre. The test takers then submit their answers through the use of a keyboard and a mouse. The Speaking test is not on computer and is carried out face-to-face with a trained IELTS examiner.
Step one – Find your nearest IELTS test location from the official website. (You can log on to either the British Council or IDP website)
Step two – Register for your IELTS test.
You can register and pay online or download an application form to print, complete and submit to your local test centre.
Don’t forget to provide a copy of your valid identity document. You will also need to present the same identity document on the day of the test.
Step three – Your IELTS test is booked
Once your application has been processed, your test centre will send you a written confirmation of the date and time of your test. The Speaking test, however, can be completed up to a week before or after the other tests. Your test centre will advise.
For taking the IELTS exam, your minimum age should be at least 16 years and you must have a valid passport.
The registration fee for the IELTS exam in India is Rs.14,700 which is subject to change. Kindly check the website for an accurate fee during the time of registration.
IELTS can be taken as many times as one pleases. There is no limit to the number of IELTS tests that one can take. However, you will need to pay the test fees for each attempt that you take.
According to the British council, if you score a 9 on the exam, you are an “expert” in English, if you score 8, then you can be called “very good” at English and so on. The score range from 1-9 (“non-user” to “expert”) and also there is a 0 score which means “did not attempt the test”.
The Reading and Writing sections are for 60 minutes each. The Listening test will last for 40 minutes. The Speaking test takes about 11 to 14 minutes and is conducted like an interview by an examiner who assesses candidates on fluency, coherence, grammar, accuracy, and pronunciation. The examiner generally conducts the Speaking test in 3 parts and records the entire conversation.
People often tend to say that they have “failed” the IELTS test if they do not get the desired score. However, there is no passing or failing in IELTS. Your required score depends on the purpose (immigration, study overseas etc.), country and the visa category that you are applying for. So please go through the respective website of the institution or organisation to find the required band score before you appear for the test.
Your computer-delivered IELTS results will be available online within 3-5 days after your test date.
Your paper based IELTS results will be available online at 12:00 am GMT on the 13th day after the test.