IELTS Preparation

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Established in 1989 by British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and Cambridge English Language Assessment it is an international standardised test. It is a testing system in order to check the proficiency of non-native English language speaker. The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) helps non-native english speaker to improve their language skills and gain better understanding regarding english language.

IELTS is taken by the students who wants to pursue their studies or work in an english speaking country. IELTS is recognized in more than 100 countries and helps you with the process of applying visa. The total test time for IELTS is 2 hours 45 minutes and is conducted both offline (paper-based) and online (computer based) .

IELTS evaluates the persons abilities on reading, writing, listening and speaking. IELTS is not only necessary for students who wants to pursue thier studies abroad but also for the immigrants who wants to work and live in english-speaking environment. IELTS is available worldwide in more than 1,600 locations. The result for IELTS is reported on 9-band scale where 1 is the lowest and 9 is the highest score.

Why prepare IELTS

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Four parts of IELTS


It is the first part of the exam consisting of four sections where each section consists of 10 questions. Here you will have to listen to an audio recording and answer them, such as short answer question, summary, multiple choice, etc which takes about 30 minutes.


It is the third part of the exam consisting of 2 tasks which lasts about 60 minutes. Here you will be given to describe a chart/ bar diagram, write an essay or writing a letter/ asking information, etc. The questions for task differs for academic and general training, here first task should consist of minimum 150 words and second task should consist of 250 words minimum.


It is the second part which lasts for 60 minutes. The task that is used are summary, short answer question, multiple choice, sentence completion, true or false, etc which overall sums up to 40 questions. There are about 3 texts which has around 2,000-2,500 words. The content in this is different for academic and general training.


It is the last part and is taken in three-part oral interview. Here in task one you will be giving introduction about yourself to the interviewer, for the second task you will be given a topic and a minute to prepare for it and talk about it for 1-2 minutes. And for the third task you will have two way discussion with the interviewer about the issues related to the topic in the card.