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IELTS sample papers 2014: International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is jointly managed by the British Council, University of Cambridge, ESOL Examinations and IDP: IELTS Australia is considered as one of the most important tests for immigration and higher studies in foreign universities. The test is recognized by various universities, immigration departments and employers in the USA, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. It is estimated that more than 1.4 million take IELTS test every year. With increasing number of students seeking to study in an English speaking country, we are providing the IELTS test sample papers 2014 to help students to prepare better for the test.

 

The IELTS test score proves the English language skills of the candidate and provides worldwide recognition to study and work in English speaking countries. The IELTS test papers will help the students to get a better understanding about various sections and prepare them accordingly to get the best score. The students can download IELTS sample papers 2014 from here.

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IELTS test format

There are two test formats for IELTS: Academic for those who want to pursue higher studies and General Training for those who want to migrate to an English speaking country for work, training and secondary education.

 

IELTS test modules

IELTS has four sub tests or modules- listening, reading, writing and speaking. The first three modules take place on the same day without any break. The speaking module could either take place on the same day or the next day depending on the number of candidates registered per centre. The listening and speaking module format is the same for academic and general training test takers. However, the reading and writing modules are different.

 

The test takers can now download IELTS sample papers 2014 for free from this page. The IELTS test sample papers with answers help the candidates to fetch more marks.

IELTS Sample Paper Academic Module
IELTS-Listening-TestIELTS-Reading-AcademicIELTS-Writing-AcademicIELTS-Speaking

IELTS Listening Practice Test

IELTS Reading Practice Test

IELTS Writing Practice Test

IELTS Speaking Practice Test

IELTS Sample Paper General Training Module
IELTS-Reading-General-TrainingIELTS-Writing-General-Training

IELTS Reading Practice Test

IELTS Writing Practice Test


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can I attempt IELTS/TOEFL if I am persuing b tech and in second semester

KUNAL LANJEWAR 6th Dec, 2019

Hello,

For your information, their is no age limit criteria for attempting the IELTS  / TOEFL exams. The only requirement is that you should have a valid passport and  have cleared minimum 10th grade.

So, you are now pursuing B-Tech in second semester, so you can definitely  attempt the exam.

Given below are some links which may help you to get other details related to the exams:

https://studyabroad.careers360.com/articles/toefl-eligibility-criteria

https://studyabroad.careers360.com/articles/ielts-eligibility-criteria

Best wishes for your future.

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How to best way to prepared IELTS

Tushar Sagar 26th Nov, 2019

Hello Amit

IELTS (Academic) - 7.5 Bands

X | XII | Graduate- 90.55% | 84.92% | A grade.

So with a short introduction of my acads, just wanted to convey that IELTS is no rocket science and an average student too can score good bands with a little practise and right amount of efforts.

Few tips:

Aim for 8–8.5 to reach 7–7.5 or higher.

Try answering each question as IELTS carry no negative marking.

LISTENING :

  1. Train yourself by listening to more Hollywood/ British albums, movies, videos, audios as much as you can to get used to the foreign accent.
  2. Try to stay patient and focused till the last section so that you don’t miss out on any MCQs or blanks, let go if you miss out on one answer. Panicking for that might lead to other answers going wrong.

READING :

  1. You need to be fast with a good understanding of the passage to score well and complete all the passages on time.
  2. Advisable to start with passage 3 (difficult) first and then move on to the passage 1 & 2 which are comparatively easier.
  3. Practise a lot of passages before the exam date to keep up with the above tips.

WRITING :

  1. Remember to stick to the question and answering only on the topic given and don’t go sideline. Use simple decent English rather than using fancy words and complicating the writing task.
  2. In writing task 1, mention all the observations that you’ve made with correct figures and changes in the diagram or graph.
  3. Before starting writing task 2, make a summary of the points which will give a flow to your essay and will give a better idea of presenting your opinions when you start writing the essay.
  4. Introduction, main body paragraphs and conclusion - make notes when you practise of the common phrases that might make your writing task presentable.

SPEAKING :

  1. Be loud, slow and avoid slangs. Can be casual but should have a decent tone. Support your answers with a strong opinion to convince the examiner of what you’re speaking.
  2. Practise speaking by asking your friends, neighbours or even your family members to help you by asking the questions from the speaking sections of the book that you are referring to.

More tips and information on IELTS and study abroad will be coming up!

All the best for your aspirations.

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what is the eligibility for gre, tofel, ielts?

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 25th Nov, 2019

TOEFL and IELTS are Language proficiency tests that Students and Professionals have to take while visiting native English countries either for Academic or Professional purposes. This test is usually for non native English speakers. There is no eligibility criteria per se. These tests can be taken by anyone who is in high school level or higher. These exams do not even have any age limit. Now GRE is slightly different. Though there is no age limit, GRE is usually taken for admission to Master's programmes. The eligibility criteria changes based on the programme that you want to apply for. For such eligibility criteria, please visit our page at: https://studyabroad.careers360.com/articles/gre-eligibility-criteria

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Hello everyone I want to do PhD in Mathematics from USA . Should i give GRE General test or GRE Subject test ? Is IELTS acceptable ? Thank you

Harsheet Kaur 27th Nov, 2019
In order to pursue pH.D from USA in any field,you will have to take GRE(Graduate Record Examination) as it is usually required to take Ph.D programs in the USA,and then you have to take either TOEFL or IELTS, to help access your English language skills.
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I need ielts practice questions

Anonymous 23rd Nov, 2019

Hello there! Hope you are doing good.
The link below has various IELTS practice questions, you will find practice questions for all three sections of the exam. i.e Listening, reading and Writing.

https://www.ielts.org/about-the-test/sample-test-questions

I hope you found this answer helpful. Good luck for your future!

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