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Course Name : IELTS (General/Academic)

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is the basic language proficiency test. The test is designed to assess the language ability of candidates who want to study or work where English is the language of communication

Components of Test
  • Listening
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Speaking
  • Listening:

In around 30 minutes, the exam taker must answer approximately 40 questions. However, because students are not given separate time to answer the questions, they must write their replies on the question paper itself. As a result, they have ten minutes to transfer their responses from the question paper to the answer sheet.

  • Reading:

This is possibly the most challenging component of the IELTS. The portion consists of three paragraphs, each with roughly 12 - 14 questions. You have 60 minutes to complete the forty-question survey. The pupils' difficulties stem mostly from the range of questions and the exact methods in which they must be addressed.

  • Writing:

This part is divided into two tasks. IELTS Academic and General Training variations differ somewhat in this regard. The first assignment for academic training students is report writing, whereas the first task for general training students is letter writing. In all circumstances, the second goal is to write a broad essay based on your knowledge and experience. The subjects in the academic module, on the other hand, are likely to be academically oriented, whilst the general essay for the general training module is frequently of broad interest.

  • Speaking:

The IELTS speaking module is a personal interview. A certified and trained examiner will conduct an 11-15 minute interview with you and assign a score based on your performance. The initial half of the speaking test will most likely be about issues recognizable to you, whereas the subsequent questions will be largely analytical in nature, with a bias toward abstract topics.