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IELTS is an English language exam that is required to be taken by international candidates considering studying or working in a country where English is the main language of communication.
Most popular countries where IELTS is accepted for university admissions are the UK, Australia, New Zealand, USA, and Canada.
The exam mainly measures the ability of test-takers to communicate in the four basic English language skills: listening, reading, speaking, and writing.
IELTS exam is jointly owned and conducted by IDP Education Australia, British Council, and Cambridge English Language Assessment.
The number of IELTS tests grew to a record of 3.5 million in the year 2018, it has become a leader in the area of international higher education, and accepted in 100% of universities in the UK and Australia. IELTS is also accepted in more than 3,400 institutions in the US and Canada as well as thousands of institutions in English speaking and non English speaking countries in Europe where the medium of training is in English.
IELTS exam is required for migration as well as academic purposes abroad in English speaking countries like Australia, UK, New Zealand, USA, and Canada.
It is the only English Language Test approved by UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) for visa applicants applying both outside and inside the UK. CEA India is one of the Best IELTS Coaching Training Institute in East Delhi. A lot of students get confused about why the IELTS scores are required. The simple answer to this is that foreign universities and visa granting authorities need to be sure that you will not have communication problems while staying in the country.
You need to show a good understanding and strong command of the English language and that is why your overall IELTS scores are so important. Another common doubt students have is whether IELTS is a compulsory exam or not. No, IELTS isn’t compulsory for all university admissions, some might not even require that students sit IELTS at all.
But remember that if you don’t give IELTS, your chances of getting the student visa might suffer as the visa officers may not be convinced about your English proficiency without IELTS scores. So it is safer to appear for IELTS and aim to score at least 6 bands overall. You can take the IELTS exam with IDP up to once a week (four times a month) and IDP's global schedule for test dates are 48 days per year.
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There are two ways to prepare for IELTS: one was is self-study and another is attending coaching classes. Which way you will choose depends on your language proficiency and comfort level. It is obvious that if you want to do well on IELTS you need to have a good command of the English language. Obviously, the best way to improve your skills for this test is to take coaching classes. At CEA INDIA offers comprehensive preparation for the IELTS.
Our coaches introduce students to the types of tasks they are likely to meet during the exam and provide extensive practice material for IELTS examination. It prepares students for the updated Speaking paper and contains vocabulary builder activities to develop the vocabulary. Although IELTS doesn't contain a specific grammar module, but the appropriate usage of grammar is undoubtable important for success in the other modules. All grammar points needed for IELTS are covered during the preparation and is done in context through listening and self-discovery activities are provided on the CD. With over 100 hours of interactive activities, advice videos from British Council experts, hints and tips on question types as well as practice tests, it is an up-to-date study material, we aimprecisely at the challenges candidates face.
There are two types of IELTS exams: IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training. Listening and speaking sections are the same for both these tests, however, the subject matter for the writing and reading sections are different depending on which test one takes.
The Reading, Writing, and Listening sections of the IELTS tests are completed on the same day, with no breaks between them. However, the Speaking section can be completed either a week before or after the other tests date.
IELTS Academic is for candidates who are interested in applying for higher education or professional registration to countries that use English as their fundamental language of communication. The main purpose of the examination is to judge whether a candidate is ready to begin studying or training in the English language. Countries that widely recognize IELTS for studying are US, UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
IELTS General Training
IELTS General Training is for aspirants who are looking to migrate to New Zealand, Australia, Canada, US, and the UK or applying for secondary education, training programs, and work experience in an English-speaking environment. Here the examination focuses on the basic survival skills of a candidate in a broad social and workplace environment.
IELTS can be taken by anyone irrespective of gender, race, nationality, or religion.
What is the age limit to appear for the IELTS exam?
Minimum age requirement is lowered for language requirements for Canadian citizenship:
Due to changes in the Citizenship Act in Canada, the minimum age that applicants have to prove their language proficiency for Canadian citizenship has been lowered. From June 2015, applicants between the ages of 14-64 who wish to move to Canada have to meet language requirements set by the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC).
However, the IELTS test is not recommended for those under 16 years of age.
It is important for candidates looking to score well in their IELTS Test to understand the IELTS Exam Pattern and Syllabus in detail. IELTS Syllabus includes four sections, Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing. You get marked on these four sections and you get the IELTS total score as well. The total score is the sum of the scores in the four skill areas. The total test duration is 2 hours and 45 minutes.
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IELTS Writing Section
Candidates take an academic writing module. Responses to the academic writing module are short essays or general reports, addressed to an educated non-specialist audience. There are two compulsory tasks. Task 1 requires 150 words, and candidates are asked to look at a diagram, table, or data and to present the information in their own words. Task 2 requires at least 250 words, and all candidates are presented with a point of view, argument, or problem and asked to provide general factual information, present a solution, justify an opinion, evaluate ideas and evidence, etc.
Writing- IELTS Academic
It includes two tasks wherein the topics are of general interest and relatable for candidates applying for an undergraduate or postgraduate program.
For your first task, you will be handed a paper that would contain either a diagram, table, or graph. You will be required to recapitulate and define the given data in your own words. You may be asked to explain a certain data entry, process the given information, or a flowchart to logically arrive at a conclusion.
In the next task, you need to write an essay as a response to your deduction from the given data and support your argument with relevant examples, through the given data. Please note that the writing style should be strictly formal.
Writing- IELTS General Training
It also includes two tasks, yet, it is much easier than that of the academic format.
You will be asked to write a letter as per the given situation. The letter can be formal, semi-formal, or personal depending upon the situation presented. You will be asked to explain, request for something, or support your argument to a certain authority.
Based on the above viewpoint, you will be asked to draft an essay on the same. The arguments and opinions mentioned here should be supported by relevant instances and the writing style can be a bit personal.
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Reading IELTS Academic
The reading module consists of three texts of general interest dealing with issues that are appropriate for candidates entering postgraduate or undergraduate courses. Both reading modules consist of three passages or sections with forty questions. Question types include multiple-choice, sentence, or summary completion, identifying data for short-answer questions, matching lists or phrases, and identifying writers’ views/attitudes.
Reading IELTS Academic
This includes three long paragraphs which can be either descriptive, factual or analytical. These paragraphs are basically excerpts taken from newspapers, research works, journals, books, or even magazines. Targeting a non-specialist audience, the texts are ideal for testing higher education aspirants or for professionals seeking work abroad.
Reading IELTS General Training
Similar to the academic format, here the excerpts can be passages from advertisements, company guidelines, brochures, and so on. This is relatively easier than the academic format as the selected text is generally something that one encounters on a day-to-day basis.
If you are taking IELTS paper based you have to transfer your answers to an official answer sheet, this must be done within the 1 hour timing of the test. For computer based IELTS this is not necessary.
Listening in IELTS.
You will listen to 4 separate audio clips of individuals and couples talking on a variety of day to day, education and lecture topics. Each audio has 10 questions and you must write your answers whilst listening as you are only allowed to listen to the audios once. Listening and writing your answers takes around 30 minutes, and (only in paper based IELTS NOT Computer based) you are given 10 minutes to transfer your answers to an official answer sheet.
The IELTS Speaking exam.
IELTS speaking exam is a 1 to 1, face to face interview with an examiner, who will ask you questions and give you a prompt topic on dag to day subjects regarding youd likes and dislikes, views, opinions and experiences.
It is in 3 parts:
Total duration approximately 15 minutes.
You will be assessed on grammar, vocabulary, fluency, pronunciation and how well you respond and develop your answers.
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Preparing for IELTS through reliable study material is only half the battle. Our coaches always advise candidates to solve as many IELTS Practice Tests as possible. Solving IELTS practice papers would provide candidates an extra edge to be able to perform well in their IELTS examination. Candidates are advised to use the IELTS practice material to the fullest to familiarize themselves with the latest IELTS test format, experience the different types of tasks, and finally self-evaluate answers and compare them with model solutions.
Often international students are confused between choosing IELTS or TOEFL, as universities abroad ask for either exam scores. It is up to you as a test taker to decide which of the two exams to take, but remember that IELTS is preferred in the UK, Australia, and New Zealand, while TOEFL is popular among applicants to universities in US as it specifically deals with American English.
As such, there are no minimum eligibility criteria for IELTS set by the conducting bodies of IELTS. Anyone who wishes to pursue higher studies abroad or want to work abroad can attempt the IELTS exam (both Academic and General Training). However, candidates should always check the eligibility criteria set by the educational institution or organization where they are applying.
There is no limit set by the conducting bodies of IELTS for taking the IELTS exam. You can take the IELTS test as many times as you want until you get your dream/target score. However, you have to pay the IELTS test fee for every attempt.
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