The International English Language Testing System which is abbreviated as IELTS is owned and jointly managed by Cambridge English Language Assessment, the British Council and IDP Education Pvt Ltd is one of the major English language tests in the world. IELTS exam is designed to assess the candidates’ ability to handle English and their proficiency of their language. Though the native English speakers can take this test.

it is primarily designed for the non-native English language speakers who want to enroll in a college / university or want to migrate to a country where English is necessary. More than 2 million test takers sit for the IELTS in more than 130 different countries and the number is rapidly increasing. The IELTS is recognised worldwide and your IELTS score is important to get admitted in a foreign country where English is used for academic or immigration purposes. There are 2 different test format in IELTS: Academic IELTS and General Training (GT) IELTS. Academic IELTS is recommended for students who want to get admitted in foreign colleges and universities. General Training IELTS is mainly designed for people who are planning to undertake non-academic training or to gain work experience, or for immigration purposes.

The IELTS is a paper based IELTS which requires the candidate to use the Pen/ pencil and papers to complete the test. The speaking part of the IELTS is conducted by a human examiner who takes the interview face-to-face. The test usually costs ₹ 13250/- currently and this cost varies depending on the test center location and country.

The IELTS exam lasts for 2 hours and 45 minutes (the speaking test duration may vary but usually lasts for 11-15 minutes). After the test, the result is published in two weeks and the result (also called Test Report Form or TRF) comes with a score from band 1 to band 9. Band score is given for individual modules as well as an average score.

  • IELTS Listening test takes 40 minutes. You will get approximately 30 minutes to listen to the tape and answer the questions, and 10 minutes allocated for you to transfer your            answers from the question booklet to the answer sheet.
  • All candidates taking the IELTS Test do the same type of Listening test, but the version differs according to the test date.
  • IELTS Listening test consists of 4 sections, and you will hear the tape only once. No part of the tape will be repeated. Generally, there are 40 questions in the listening module but       this number can vary from 38 to 42.
  • The listening test becomes more difficult as you progress through the test. Each section is more difficult than the one before.
  • IELTS listening section 1 is based on social or real-life situations. For example, everyday events, such as conversations about accommodation or shopping, or short talks giving practical information for daily living, travel arrangements, visiting a new city, visiting a new university campus or making arrangements to go out. This is usually a conversation between at least two speakers.
  • IELTS listening section 2 is also based on social or real-life situations where you might expect to listen in the news broadcasts, weather forecasts, or a description of college facilities. This is usually one person speaking.
  • IELTS listening section 3 and 4 are usually based on education and training situations. For example, typical situations students face in their courses of study, discussions with tutors or administrators, introductory, course lectures, a group of students planning a project, or a tutor and a student discussing career options. This is often a conversation with up to four speakers.
  • Your answers need to be legible, i.e., they must be clear and readable. This applies to all the types of answers you give: letters, numbers and phrases.
  • You write your answers on the question paper as you do the Listening sub-test, and when it is completed, you have 10 minutes to transfer them carefully onto the Answer Sheet. Make sure that each answer is transferred accurately and is legible.
  • Free IELTS Listening tests can be difficult to find on the Internet. We have gathered together the best of the free IELTS exam preparation materials.
  • The IELTS reading test contains three reading passages. The reading section is different for the academic test takers and the general training test takers.
  • Academic Reading passage texts are taken from magazines, journals, research papers, books, and newspapers. Texts have been written for a non-specialist audience. All the topics are of general interest. They deal with issues which are interesting, recognisably appropriate and accessible to candidates entering undergraduate or postgraduate courses or seeking professional registration.
  • General Training Reading texts are taken from notices, advertisements, official documents, booklets, newspapers, instruction manuals, leaflets, timetables, books and magazines. The first section, ‘social survival’, contains texts relevant to basic linguistic survival in English with tasks mainly about retrieving and providing general factual information. ‘Training survival’, the second section, focuses on the training context, for example on the training program itself or on welfare needs. Section 2 of the General Training reading paper focuses on the work context (e.g. applying for jobs, company policies, pay and conditions, workplace facilities, staff development etc).
  • Click one of the two following listed items to go to the appropriate IELTS Reading Practice Tests:
  • Academic Reading Practice tests… Free!!
  • GT Reading Practice Tests… Free!!
  • Note: It is important that you try to do the reading tests within the time limit suggested. This will give you realistic practice in working under time pressure.
  • The IELTS Writing modules test your ability to produce two quite different pieces of writing in a fairly short period of time. Before applying to sit the test, you need to decide whether to take the Academic or the General Training module.
  • Each module is divided into two parts and you have only one hour to complete both pieces of writing.
  • The Writing Task 1 of the IELTS Academic test requires you to write a summary of at least 150 words in response to a particular graph (bar, line or pie graph), table, chart, or process (how something works, how something is done). This task tests your ability to select and report the main features, to describe and compare data, identify significance and trends in factual information, or describe a process.
  • The Writing Task 1 of the General Training test requires you to write respond to a given problem with a letter requesting information or explaining a situation. It is suggested that about 20 minutes is spent on Task 1, which requires candidates to write at least 150 words. Depending on the task suggested, candidates are assessed on their ability to:
    • engage in personal correspondence
    • elicit and provide general factual information
    • express needs, wants, likes and dislikes
    • express opinions (views, complaints etc.)
  • Click one of the two following listed items to go to the appropriate IELTS Reading Practice Tests:
    • GT Writing Task 1 Practice Tests… Free!!
  • The Writing Task 2 of the IELTS test requires you to write at least 250 words. You will be presented with a topic and will be tested on your ability to respond by giving and justifying an opinion, discussing the topic, summarizing details, outlining problems, identifying possible solutions and supporting what you write with reasons, arguments and relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
  • The assessment of Task 2 carries more weight in marking than Task 1. Writing scripts are marked by trained and certificated IELTS examiners, who all hold relevant teaching qualifications and are recruited as examiners by the test centres and approved by British Council or IDP: IELTS Australia.
  • Click below to go to the appropriate IELTS Writing Task 2 Practice Tests:
  • Academic Writing Task 2 Practice tests… Free!!
  •  Note: It is important that you try to do the writing tests within the time limit suggested. This will give you realistic practice in working under time pressure
  • The speaking test takes 11-14 minutes and consists of an interview with an examiner.
  • The interview is recorded.
  • he speaking test has three parts:
Part 1 Introduction and interview Part 2 Individual long turn Part 3 Two-way discussion
Examiner introduces him/herself and checks your name. The examiner then asks you questions on general topics. Examiner gives you a written task card. You have 1 minute to think (take notes) before you have to speak for 1–2 minutes. Examiner asks one or two questions at the end of your talk. Discuss with the examiner more abstract issues and concepts which are thematically linked to the topic of your talk in Part 2.
4–5 minutes 3–4 minutes (including 1 minute preparation time) 4–5 mi
  • Click the following listed items to go to the appropriate IELTS Speaking Practice Material:
    • Academic Speaking Practice tests… Free!!

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