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Basically, IELTS defines as the International English Language Testing System. IELTS is the best course for improving your communication skills Like Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing Skills. IELTS is mainly managed by the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations (Cambridge ESOL), British Council, and IDP: IELTS Australia.

There are two types of Modules in IELTS.

One is General and the second is Academic.

The General course is basically to provide for those who require for immigration Services, a self employee in other foreign countries.

And the Academic course is basically meant for higher studies in High Universities.

IELTS is one of the pioneers of four skills English language testing over 22 years ago and continues to set the standard for English language testing today. IELTS was established in 1989.

  IELTS is the world's proven English language test.
  IELTS is accepted as evidence of English language proficiency by over 8,000 organizations worldwide.
  More than 2 million tests taken in the year 2015.
  IELTS is recognized as a secure, valid, and reliable indicator of true-to-life ability to communicate in English for education, immigration, and professional accreditation.
  IELTS is the most widely established English language test that uses a one-on-one speaking test to assess your English communication skills.
  IELTS is jointly owned by British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia, and Cambridge English Language Assessment through more than 900 test centres and locations in over 140 countries.


IELTS exam is designed to assess all four modules that is speaking, writing, reading and listening. All four modules are well organized in a way that they can test someone's ability to use English in daily course of action in English Speaking countries.

The IELTS test is developed by some of the world's leading experts in language assessment. It has an excellent international reputation and is accepted by over 8,000 organizations worldwide, including schools, universities, employers, immigration authorities, and professional bodies.


The total test duration of the IELTS exam is 2hrs and 45 minutes. It comprises four modules i.e. Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking.

Listening test: In the Listening test there are 40 questions and the time is approximately 30 minutes. The module shall have multiple choice questions, short answer questions, sentence completion and chart/ table completion based questions respectively.

Reading test: In the Reading test there are 40 questions and the time is approximately 60 minutes. The questions will be based on the identification of writers' views/ attitudes, matching lists/ phrases, labeling a diagram, and choosing suitable paragraph respectively.

Writing test: In the Writing test there are 2 tasks and the time is approximately 60 minutes. The section will be consisting of 2 tasks in writing to be completed in 150- 250 words respectively.

Speaking test: In the Speaking test there are 3 parts and the time is approximately 11-15 In this module it is consists of Face to Face interaction with an examiner.



An IELTS result or Test Report Form is issued to all candidates with a score from 1 (no knowledge) to 9 (expert user). Students must aim for 6 bands as it the most acceptable band score in most of the cases.

Test takers receive a Test Report Form including or listing their overall band score and their sub-scores on each of the four components: Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. Each of the component scores is equally weighted. The overall band score is calculated by taking the mean of the total of the four individual component scores.


IELTS is designed to measure English language skills at all levels. There is no pass or fail in IELTS. Results are based on individual performance and are reported as band score on a scale from 1-9. Your score in the IELTS will be on a band of 0 to 9.



  • 9 Expert User

  • 8 Very Good User

  • 7 Good User

  • 6 Competent User

  • 5 Modest User

  • 4 Limited User

  • 3 Extremely Limited User

  • 2 Intermittent User

  • 1 Non user

    0 Did not attempt the test




  At the beginning of each section read the questions carefully before the recording starts. This will help you to follow the recording and identify the answers.
 When the listening session will start always listen carefully to your examiner that what he/she is saying.
 It will help you to crack the listening test.



  To improve your reading skills you must have to read any topic daily or chapters so that during exams you can read topics very well. This will help you to read easily and quickly.


  Be careful to always use your own words during writing exams. The words will not include those are copied by another student by the examiner.
 Before you start writing you must think about what you have to write about that topic.
 Words should be in your own language and Clear and Precise.


  For the speaking test, you must understand that how you can improve your speaking skills by practice.
 You can improve your speaking skills by talking with your friends or with your office colleagues, or at work and on the mobile.
 In the speaking test, the examiner just checks your skills and ideas that how you are using those skills and ideas while speaking about the topic.

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