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IELTS

What is IELTS?

It is “International English Language Testing System”, a test designed to assess the English Language ability of people who intend to study or work where English is the language of communication. IELTS testing system is jointly managed by 3 partners:

  • University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations-text design and production
  • British Council-test delivery
  • IELTS Australia-test delivery

IELTS test is taken by millions candidates globally and it is recognized by over 6,000 institutions worldwide. It includes 4 language skill tests: Listening , Reading , Writing & Face-to-face speaking.

IELTS test is Conducted in two modules:
Academic and General Training(GT)
All candidates take the same listening and speaking tests.
There is a choice of reading and writing tests- Academic or General Training. It is the responsibility of candidates to tell the Administrator which version they need to take.

Test Format
Listening Reading
This section has 40 questions bearing one mark each, and lasts about 25-30 minutes. It tests the whole range of English skills from ‘Survival English’ to ‘English in Academic Settings’. The speakers speak mostly in British accents.
This section consists of 3 reading passages that become more and more difficult as you progress along the reading test. There are a total of 40-43 questions. The reading is considered by many the most difficult module in the Ielts for good reason.
Writing
   
Speaking

In this section, you are required to handwrite two assignments. The first one involves describing graphic information representing ‘data’, ‘an object’ or ‘a process’. This is a 20 minute task.
The second writing task is a topical essay in which the test taker is required to present his/her perspective on a given topic.

The test taker has to sit down with and converse with a native speaker for about 11-14 minutes.
However, the scope and nature of the interviews is simple and the interviewers don’t bite! They are helpful and try their utmost to put interviewees at ease.

Scoring

The IELTS is scored on a band score from 0.0 to 9.0. Increments are made in half points. Each individual section is marked on this scale and then the average of the four sections is taken out for the final score of the test taker. A reasonable score of 5.5 will see you getting accepted by a majority of institutions in most countries. However, top flight institutes may require you to score in excess of the above mentioned score.

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