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Self Study

IELTS

ABOUT IELTS:

Why Upskill Overseas?

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a non-native English language speaker's international standardized exam of English language ability. It was founded in 1989 and is jointly supervised by the British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia, and Cambridge Assessment English. The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is one of the most widely used English language assessments in the world.

Most Australian, British, Canadian, European, Irish, and New Zealand academic institutions, as well as over 3,000 US academic institutions and a variety of professional organizations, recognize IELTS.

There are two training modules in the IELTS. The Academic module of the IELTS is designed for students interested in pursuing undergraduate or postgraduate studies. The IELTS General Training module is appropriate for people seeking to study at a lower level or immigrate.

  • Two Free Live Demo Sessions

  • Limited Batch size of 15 students

  • Special Grammar sessions to enhance your writing and speaking skills.

  • 8 Individual speaking sessions with thorough assessment for the same. ​

  • Industry Veterans with 10+ years of Experience

  • Intensive classroom coaching for 3 months

  • Assistance for 6 months

  • Detailed analysis for 10 writing sections on an individual basis.

 

  • Special Weekend batches

EXAM PATTERN

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Listening:

The Listening test of 30 minutes consists of four sections. The recording is played only once and the test takers are given 10 minutes extra to transfer the answers to the answer sheet.

Writing:

There are 2 tasks to be completed in both the Academic & General tests. In the Academic module, the first task is to describe and explain data given in a graph/chart/table/diagram in a minimum of 150 words whereas, in the General module, the first task is to write a personal, formal, or semi-formal letter in minimum of 150 words. The second task is to write an essay of at least 250 words which is common for both the modules.

Speaking:

This test assesses your use of spoken English. It comprises a personal interview, a cue card to talk about a particular topic, and follow-up questions that last for 11-14 minutes. All the speaking tests are recorded.

Reading:

The syllabus for IELTS reading is different for both IELTS General and IELTS academic exams.

The Academic test includes 3 long passages which are descriptive, factual, and analytical testing your reading skills. The General test includes 3 extracts from books, magazines, newspapers, etc which you are likely to encounter on a daily basis in an English-speaking environment.

ELIGIBILITY FOR IELTS:

Any individual taking the IELTS exam does not have to meet any prerequisites. The candidate must determine whether or not to take the examination's General/Academic module.

IMPORTANT FACTS:

  • The score of the IELTS exam is valid for 2 years.

  • In India, the IELTS is a paper-based exam.

  • IELTS score is valid in more than 9000 institutions.

  • The IELTS exam can be scheduled throughout the year.

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