The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is designed to assess the language ability of candidates across the globe. IELTS tests are held in over 500 centres with tests up to four times a month. The IELTS examination is used to gauge a candidates ability of English in the four modules of Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. The examination does not seek to pass or fail a candidate, but rather to assess their ability by grading their score on a band from 0 – 9.
Academic Training :
IELTS academic training is standard for entrace test to assess if a candidate can be considered for studies at undergraduate or postgraduate level in an English study environment.
IELTS Test Format :
approximately 40 questions
Time: 30 minutes
plus 10 minutes to transfer answers
General Training :
IELTS academic training is standard for entrace test to assess if a candidate can be considered to work in an English Speaking environment.
People migrating to countires such as Australia, Canada and New Zealand must sit the General Training test.
IELTS Useful Information :
IELTS ises a9-bands scoring system to measure and report test scores in a cosistent mangger.
Test Report Form wil be posted to candidate after 13 calender days after the test date.
There is no limit on sitting the test.The candidate can re-sit for test by booking the available date.
If candidate finds anything wrong in test result, he can apply for an Enquiry on result procedure at you test centre with six weeks of the test date.