IELTS Introduction: The International English Language Testing System ( IELTS) Measures the Language Proficiency of People Who Want to Study Or Work Where English is Used as a language Of Communication. It Uses a Nine- Band Scale to Clearly Identify Levels of Proficiency, From Non-Use (Band Score 1) Through to Export (Band Score 9).
IELTS Test Format
The IELTS Test Assesses Your Your Abilities In Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking in Less than Three Hours.
There are 02 Types of IELTS
- IELTS Academic
- IELTS General Training
- Listening and Speaking are the Same For Both Test, But the Subject Matter Of the Reading and Writing Components Different Depending On Which Test You Take.
- The Listening, Reading and Wring Components of All IELTS Tests are Completed On the Same Day, With No Breaks in Between them.
- The Speaking Component, However Can Be Completed Up to A Week Before Or After the Other Seats. Your Test Centre Will Advise.
Test Format- Listening
- 30 Minutes
- You, Will, Listen to Four Recordings Of Native English Speakers and Then Write Your Answers to a Series Of Questions
- Recording 1: A Conversation Between 02 People Set in An Everyday Social Context
- Recording 2: A Monologue Set in an Everyday Social Context.
- Recording 3: A Conversation Between Up to 04 People Set in An Educational Or Training Context.
- Recording 4: A Monologue On an Academic Subject
IELTS Listening Description
- Timing: Approximately 30 Minutes ( Plus 10 Minutes Transfer Time)
- Number of Questions: 40
- Task Types: A Variety of Question Types are Used, Chosen From the Following Multiple Choice, Matching, Plan / Map / Diagram Labelling, Form / Note/ Table/ Flow-Chart / Summary Completion, Sentence Completion.
- marks: Each Question is Worth 01 Mark
IELTS Academic / IELTS General Training
IELTS is Available in 02 Test Versions: Academic and General Training.
Academic: For People Applying For Higher Education Or Professional Registration.
General Training: For Those Migrating to Australia, Canada and the UK Or Applying For Secondary Education, Training Programmes and Work Experience in an English Speaking Environment.
Two Versions provide a Valid and Accurate Assessment Of the 04 Language Skills Ex
IELTS Score Calculator
IELTS Results are Reported On a 9-Band Scale. IELTS Results are Designed To be Simple and Easy to Understand. They are Reported as Band Scores on A Scale From 1 to 9.
|Scale 9: Expert User||The Test Takers Takers Has Fully Operational Command of the Language|
|Scale 8: Very Good User||They Handle Complex and Details Argumentation Well|
|Scale 7: Good User||They Generally Handle Complex Language Well And Understand Details Reasoning|
|Scale: 6 Competent User||The Test Takers Has an Effective Command of the Language Despite Some Inaccuracies, Inappropriate and Misunderstandings. They Can Use and Understand Fairly Complex Language.|
|Scale 5: Modest Use||The Test Has a Partial Command of the Language and Copes With Overall Meaning in Most Situations, Although they are Likely to Make Many Mistakes.|
|Scale 4: Limited Use||The Test Takers Basic Competence is Limited to Familiar Situations, They Frequently Show Problems in Understanding and Expression.|
|Scale 3: Extremely Limited Use||The Test Takers Conveys and Understands Only General Meaning in Very Familiar Situations.|
|Scale 2: Intermittent Use||The Test Takers Has Great Difficulty Understanding Spoken and Written English|
|Scale 1: Non-Use||The Test Takers Has No Ability to Use the Language ExcepT A Few Isolated Words.|