The International English Language Testing System or IELTS 2019 is an internationally accepted English language proficiency accreditation which is required by candidates who want to study or work abroad and whose first language is not English. The IELTS 2019 scores will be used to satisfy English language proficiency requirements for various undergraduate and postgraduate programs as well as visa application requirements. There are universally three governing bodies for the IELTS namely, British Council, IDP IELTS: Australia and Cambridge English Language Assessment. There are two types of IELTS examinations which are the IELTS Academic test which is more suitable for candidates seeking admission to a foreign college or university and the IELTS General test which is suitable for candidates seeking foreign employment. IELTS scores are accepted internationally in nearly all countries and the scores are valid for up to 2 years after the date of the exam.
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According to the three governing bodies, there are no eligibility criteria of IELTS 2019 exam which needs to be met in order for a candidate to give the IELTS exam except that the candidate must carry a valid passport at the time of the exam. The IELTS 2019 exam has no eligibility criteria as it is a test of proficiency in the English language and is, therefore, open to candidates of all ages and backgrounds.
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The IELTS exam is available on 48 fixed dates throughout the year, 4 times a month. In order to apply for the IELTS 2019 exam, candidates must follow the given procedure:
Step 1 - Visit the registration link on the official British Council portal for IELTS
Step 2 - The candidate must select the format of the IELTS examination he or she wishes to give i.e. IELTS Academic or IELTS General Training.
Step 3 - Register for the IELTS by filling in the requisite details.
Step 4 - The candidate can then select available test dates at the required test location as per his or her convenience.
Step 5 - The final step in the application process is payment of the exam fees which can be done via credit card, debit card, or demand draft.
In order to score well in the IELTS 2019 test, candidates should keep the following preparation tips in mind:
IELTS Reading Preparation tips:
IELTS Writing Preparation tips:
IELTS Listening Preparation tips:
IELTS Speaking Preparation tips:
The IELTS 2019 exam pattern is the same for IELTS Academic and IELTS General Tests. The two tests only differ in the type of questions presented in the reading and writing sections of the test.
The IELTS 2019 exam comprises 4 sections or parameters in which a candidate's proficiency in English is evaluated:
The reading, writing and listening sections are conducted in one slot and the speaking module is conducted in a separate slot which is in a 7-day window after or before the reading-writing-listening slot.
IELTS 2019 Exam Pattern
The speaking module comprises 3 part one-on-one conversations with an IELTS representative and the component is scored on the basis of the candidate's oral performance in a life-like environment.
Practising and solving IELTS 2019 mock tests is integral for comprehensive preparation for the IELTS 2019 exam. Candidates can easily access free IELTS mock tests for both the IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training tests from the Careers360 sample paper store.
All the sample tests contain the following four modules for preparation:
The IELTS 2019 results are generally available 13 days after the test date. The IELTS results can be accessed online via the candidate's IELTS registration account using the candidate's passport number and registration number. However, the result of the computer-delivered exam is made available after 5-7 days of the exam date.
IELTS 2019 scores are calculated on a 1-9 point scale which is a mean of the individual sectional scores. If the average of the sectional scores ends in 0.25 then the overall score is rounded off to the next half band. In the situation that the average of the sectional scores ends in 0.75 then the overall IELTS score is rounded off to the next full band.
Yes, you can do masters from canada with ilets score of 6.5. The average score that is required in Canada to do masters is 6. Although the figure vary from college/university to college/university. Here are few universities accepting the score of 6.5 and below:
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Yes, you can surely apply for IELTS.
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is the world’s most popular English language proficiency test for higher education and global migration.
IELTS has been developed by some of the world’s leading language assessment experts and will test the full range of English skills needed for success in your new job or study placement abroad.
You’ll be assessed on the following elements:
For Canada you Atleast need to score 6.5 or above in ILETS
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