What is IELTS?
IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System. It is a test designed to evaluate the Communication and English Language Skills and tests the Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing skills of the candidate.
IELTS has two modules – Academic and General; the former for those who wish to study in the English speaking countries and the latter for those who wish to opt for immigration.
IELTS is recognized as evidence of English language skills for course admission into universities/colleges by the educational institutions in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the USA.
- • The Listening test takes around 30 minutes. There are four sections and 40 questions
- • The Listening test is recorded on a CD and is played ONCE only
- • A range of native-speaker English accents are used in the recordings which reflects the international usage of IELTS
- • The Reading test takes 60 minutes. There are 40 questions, based on three reading passages with a total of 2,000 to 2,750 words
- • All answers must be entered on an answer sheet during the 60-minute test. No extra time is allowed for transferring answers
- • The Writing test takes 60 minutes. There are two tasks to complete. It is suggested that about 20 minutes is spent on Task 1, which requires candidates to write at least 150 words. Task 2 requires at least 250 words and should take about 40 minutes
- • The Speaking test takes between 11 and 14 minutes and consists of an oral interview between the candidate and an examiner
- • The structure of the test has three parts – Introduction and interview, Individual long turn and Two-way discussion
- • All Speaking tests are recorded
- • Candidates receive scores on a Band Scale from 1 to 9. A score is reported for each test component. The individual test scores are then averaged and rounded to produce an Overall Band Score according to a confidential Band Score conversion table.
Confluence Edge IELTS
- • Classes – for 1 to 2 months (Modified as per student’s needs)
- • 15 to 30 Mock Tests and Individual Speaking Tests
- • Module-wise Training
- • Exhaustive Material including CDs
- • Personal Attention with not more than 8 students per batch
- • Flexible Batch Timings