What is IELTS?
What is IELTS? - IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System. In this article candidates can know all about IELTS.
Reach: Score accepted by 7000+ institutions in over 130 countries; over 1.7 million candidates appear every year at more than 800 test centres; available on 48 fixed dates a year up to 4 times a month; 64 test centres in India; held usually on Saturdays & Thursdays.
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IELTS Versions & Format: Two versions - The Academic module and The General Training module
About IELTS Test: Four parts that take 2 hours 45 minutes. Listening, Reading & Writing tests are done in one sitting while Speaking test may be on the same date. 1 copy of your test report and up to 5 test report forms (TRFs) posted to your desired institution(s).
Conducting Authority: IELTS is jointly managed by the British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations (Cambridge ESOL)
Cost of Test: Academic and General Training tests cost the same: around Rs 7,900-Rs 8,900 in India.
Test Scores: There is no pass or fail report. IELTS uses a 9-point scoring system-the Overall Band Score (OBS) where total score varies between 0-9. Candidates receive their Test Report Form in 13 days after the test date
Validity: Scores are valid for two years. One can apply for an enquiry on results procedure within 6 weeks of the test date. You pay an enquiry fee, which is fully refunded if your band score changes
Questions related to IELTS
SIR PLEASE TELL ME if MY 12TH SCIENCE PERSENTAG 75 CAN I APPLY IELTS AND HOW MANY BENDS GET TO GO TO CANADA AND CAN YOU TELL ME THE ADMISSION PROCESSES ? THANK YOU
First of all when it comes to the eligibility criteria for IELTS, candidates are required to be above 16 years, there is no such educational qualification or aggregate for that matter, now IELTS is of two types, one for academic purpose and another is for work purpose/migration, now the question about band is more dependent on the course and university you'll be applying for but you haven't mentioned much details regarding , this generally securing 6.5 band or above helps, this is just an average score, when it comes to admission process there are many more factors taken into consideration,, to know more about IELTS , visit our page at https://studyabroad.careers360.com/exams/ielts
where to learn English fluently (0tohero) in Bangalore?
Online sites classes running in offline mode where you can learn everything from the basics to the advanced level of English proficiency and writing.
Some of the best online sites for English Speaking are- Udemy, learn English.com, English specialisation course by course, British Council English Classes, etc. There are multiple offline modes of coaching institutes in areas such as electronic City, Begur, etc. Where you can learn English speaking.
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HELLO SIR SIR CAN YOU PLEASE TELL ME CAN I GO CANADA AFTER 12TH SCIENCE OR AFTER B.E I CHOOS MY COURSE COMPUTER SCIENCE AND I BELONG GENERAL CETGARI AND TOTAL COST OF IT PLEASE GUIDE ME.. THANK YOU
To go to Canada for further studies, you first need to clear IELTS exam , it is an international English language testing system , every one who wants to go Canada either for business or studies need to clear this exam. this exam is basically to check your proficiency in English language. And next, you need to take admission in any college there to get the study visa (you can report to any nearby Visa/passport consultant for more information). Also, it will cost you around 18-19 lakhs (including admission in the college there).
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I cant speak fluent English can I attend IELTS if any chance is there to clear the exam
Hope your doing good
- The benchmark for testing the proficiency of English of a candidate is really set at a high level. So when a candidate thinks about taking the test, he should first assess his depth of knowledge in the English language.
- If you want to learn fast, then work harder. Learn in a scientific and systematic way. Be patient you can’t learn overnight.
- When you are learning ‘Spoken English,’ right from the word go start speaking and thinking in English.
Thinking in English? Sounds strange? But its’ a must for learner. Basically, learners from Non-English speaking countries think in their mother tongue and then translate into English. Its’ a completely wrong way, you must think in English.
Try your best to overcome your ‘Mother Tongue Bias.’ Its’ one of the biggest problems in case of the ‘Non-Native English Speakers.’ Read something loudly, record it using any device, then listen the recorded version to spot the difference and try to rectify it by repeating the process.
When you are learning ‘Spoken English,’ right from the word go start speaking and thinking in English.
Try to take up more mock tests and sample tests for more clarity and confidence.
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what is the minimum marks required for applying for the ielts test
This year onward there are no minimum IELTS Eligibility criteria 2020 set by the conducting bodies like IDP and British Council for the IELTS exam.
IELTS is an exam which is accepted by countries where English is the main language for communication purposes. It might be one of the basis for employment into an organization, or eligibility for admission into a particular institute, or a compulsion for the purpose of migration into a specific country.
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