IELTS i.e. International English Language Testing System is a standardized English proficiency test. It assesses English Language skills in the areas of listening, reading, writing and speaking. It is jointly owned by the British Council, IDP- Australia and University of Cambridge ESOL EXAMINATIONS.
IELTS has two types of modules - Academic and General Training. Academic Module is required to be given by students who plan to study at undergraduate or postgraduate levels. While, General Training Module is generally a prerequisite for the people who either want to pursue vocational studies or plan to immigrate.
The following sections will compose the Next Generation GMAT test
|Listening||40 questions||40 minutes|
|Academic Module||3 passages ( 40 questions)||60 minutes|
|General Module||3 sections (40 questions)||60 minutes|
|Academic Module||2 tasks (Diagram Prompt/Argument Prompt)||60 minutes|
|General Module||2 tasks (Letter Prompt/Essay Prompt)||60 minutes|
|Speaking||3 parts||11 - 15 minutes|
|It has 4 sections and 40 questions in all. It lasts for 40 minutes including the time one gets for transferring the answers to the main answer sheet.|
It has 2 writing tasks. Task 1 is primarily Report writing (explaining diagrams and charts). Essay on task 1 must not be less than 150 words. Students are advised to spend 20 minutes on this task. Task 2 is Argumentative essay.
Essay on task 2 must not be less than 250 words. Students are advised to spend 40 minutes on the same. In all, time allotted for writing is 1 hour. General Training Module It also has 2 writing tasks. Task1 presents a Letter Prompt (formal or informal). Students must write at least 150 words for the same. Task2 is same as that of Academic Module.
|Reading has 3 passages, 40 questions in all. Candidates are given only 1 hour to complete reading, which means that time management is very important. One must give 20 minutes per passage.|
Speaking has 3 parts and lasts for 11-14 minutes. It is done on one-to-one basis with the student. This is usually done on another day.
Part1: Examiner asks general questions to the student, which relates to his/her work, studies, hobbies etc. This part lasts between 4 and 5 minutes.
Part2: The candidate is given a topic to speak, which is printed on a task card.
Students have to speak for 1 minute at least and are given one minute to think and write down some points. This part lasts between 3 and 4 minutes. Part3: It's a two way discussion with the examiner (questions mostly related to part 2 topic will be asked).The discussion lasts between 4 and 5 minutes.
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IELTS is graded on a scale of 0 - 9, known as Band Scale. Generally, a score of at least 6 bands for Undergraduate Studies & 6.5 bands for Postgraduate studies is required in each section. The result is available in 12-13 working days.
|Score Validity :||2 years from date of result||Official Website :||https://www.britishcouncil.in/|
|Registration Mode :||Telephone / Mail/ Online / OOE Office||Rescheduling Fee :||2,750/-|
|Mode of payment :||Credit card / ICICI Bank challan||Monthly Test Frequency :||2 times a month - General
4 times a month - Academic
|Test Fee :||Rs. 11,800/-||Score Reporting time :||approximately 12-13 days|
|Nature of Test :||Paper Based Test|
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