The International English language Testing System, or IELTS , as it is popularly called an English Language proficiency test that is required to be taken by the non local students so as to study in countries where the medium of instruction is English. IELTS is accepted by Universities in Australia, UK, New Zealand and Canada. It has become a mandatory test for study in Australia.
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What is IELTS Academic Test ?
IELTS Academic – It measures whether your level of English language is suitable for an academic environment. It reflects aspects of academic language and evaluates whether you’re ready to begin training or studying.
IELTS General Training – It measures English language in a practical, everyday context. The tasks and tests reflect both workplace and social situations.
What is IELTS General Training Test?
IELTS General Training – It measures English language in a practical, everyday context. The tasks and tests reflect both workplace and social situations.If you are taking the IELTS test to support a UK visa application to work, live or study in the UK, you may need to take the IELTS for UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) Academic or General Training or the IELTS for Life Skills test.
What does IELTS Reading and Writing consists of?
Reading (60 minutes) (Scoring scale: 0-9 bands) Reading section has 3 passages and 40 items (questions). Each item is worth one mark.
Writing (60 minutes) (Scoring scale: 0-9 bands) Writing section consists of 2 tasks (Writing Task 1 and Writing Task 2) and candidates must answer BOTH tasks.
What does IELTS Listening and Speaking consists of?
Listening (40 minutes) (Scoring scale: 0-9 bands) Listening section has four sections, each with 10 items (or questions). Each item is worth one mark.
Speaking (11-14 minutes) (Scoring scale: 0-9 bands) Speaking test is a face-to-face interaction between the candidate and an examiner. It basically involves the interaction which has introduction and a topic on which a candidate has to talk for few minutes and a general conversation.
When do I need to appear for the IELTS exam?
If you are a student intending to study in countries such as Australia, Canada or New Zealand or are looking to permanently settle in any of these countries, and are more than 16 years of age, you will need to appear for this exam.
How do the tutorials in Mulund help the students with IELTS?
IELTS tutorials in Mulund offer tips on time management, give you practice papers and other study material and have expert tutors to guide you well for the exam.
Is watch allowed in IELTS?
No, watch is not allowed in IELTS. You are not allowed to wear watch even during the speaking test. In case you need to know the time there is a clock on the wall so you can check the time.
Is mechanical pencil allowed in IELTS?
You are not allowed to bring mechanical pencils in the test room. You are only allowed to bring your ID document, water in a transparent bottle and soft lead pencils into the test room. You are not allowed to bring mobile phones, electronic devices, watches, hats, wallets, bags, keys, jackets, etc. into the test room.
Can I retake IELTS writing only?
No, you can’t retake only writing section. If you would like to improve the score of a single section of the IELTS, you will have to retake all four sections of the IELTS exam in Mulund.
Can we use slang in IELTS speaking?
The IELTS Speaking test is supposed to represent a normal conversation between two people and you should therefore not use overly formal language as it does not give a good impression and also you can lose on marks because of using slang in IELTS speaking exam. You can't use slang or anything too informal either, just use plain spoken English.
What if I miss speaking test of IELTS?
The candidates who arrive late or miss the speaking test will not be allowed to take the test again and will lose their test fee. If you cannot attend the test because of a medical emergency, you must provide a medical certificate (a letter from Hospital or a walk-in clinic) within five days of the missed test.