International English Language Testing System
you can register for IELTS exam in the following way:
1. you can register online and pay the fees by credit card (Log on to www.ieltsidpindia.com and Select the option
"Register for IELTS"
and fill the necessary information).
2. register in person at idp branch and pay the fees there. identical to the first option.
3. register by courier and pay test fee by demand draft.
you can register for TOEFL exam by online means and or by email or by phone. you can also register in person at a toefl resource center. you will be basically required to visit and create an online profile and then pay the exam fees.
Giving either of them is ok actually. And for preparations then if you plan to shift in 2021 try to give the exam in around November 2020 if possible and to start it's preparations, as per me it's a 3 months regular studies required to crack the same. So you can start in around July/August to be well prepared to give the exam.
Either the IELTS or the TOEFL is required as part of your application to an English-speaking university and will demonstrate if you will be able to understand the course material.
The IELTS and TOEFL exams are two of the most accepted English proficiency exams around the world. However, both of these tests are different in their structure, approach, and teaching criteria. This means that you need to understand how the two differ before selecting which test to study for and ultimately take.
All the foreign Universities offer a scholarship which is on the basis of meriat and need basis . You should try to look for it and inform the competent authority about it . They would help you in every way . They also offers 100 % scholarship to merit and need basis students.
This would help you to study abroad.
Following are a few good Universities in the UK you can check out with their required IELTS score and the overall academic fees for the programs
For taking admission in most of the collegws in US and Canada students needed to write SAT exam. It is for Undergraduate courses.IELTS is asked by the universities for testing the English profficency, but SAT is required for taking the admission.
Even TOEFL or good scores in 10+2 for English subject is enough for showing the English Profficency.
Hope this will help you.
A 6 band indicates competent English. It implies that you are good at English but you perform good in the situations you know well, while in other situations which are unfamiliar or specialised, you face difficulty. So, that means you are eligible but it depends upon the job you are applying for or the university you are applying for. But your scores are pretty good for the same.
Hope this helps. All the best!
IELTS exam has no eligibility criteria. Therefore it is open to all ages and their background. A candidate must need to carry passport at the exam. IELTS 2020 upcoming dates has not official announce till now.
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This depends on which university you wish to go and the city where you want to reside.
The living costs do vary from province to province and within a province city to city.
The estimation of costs will be provided to you in the admission letter you receive from the university.
Alternatively you can obtain admission handbooks from few universities and there will be indication of costs for tuition fees, living expenses and medical insurance etc.
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If you want to pursue your MS in Germany abroad, first you need to find out which college are you exactly aiming for and then decide to weather go for IELTS/TOEFL. Some universities do accept IELTS and some do accept TOEFL as a proof for your English proficiency. Without proving your English proficiency you can not go for studying Abroad
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