The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is designed to help you work, study or migrate to a country where English is the native language.
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) aims to assist you in moving to a country where English is the dominant language to work or to pursue higher studies. This includes the USA, UK, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and several others. During the test, your proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, and writing will be evaluated. IELTS is scored on a band of 1 to 9.
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The IELTS is an easy test provided all the exercises are worked out and the instructions and tips should be followed.
It is mandatory to provide the IELTS certificate to get visa for study, work and PR.
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The test taker has a fully operational command of the language. Their use of English is appropriate, accurate, and fluent, and shows complete understanding.
The test taker has a fully operational command of the language with only occasional unsystematic inaccuracies and inappropriate usage. They may misunderstand some things in unfamiliar situations. They handle complex and detailed argumentation well.
The test taker has operational command of the language, though with occasional inaccuracies, inappropriate usage, and misunderstandings in some situations. They generally handle complex language well and understand detailed reasoning.
The test taker has an effective command of the language despite some inaccuracies, inappropriate usage, and misunderstandings. They can use and understand fairly complex language, particularly in familiar situations.
The test taker has partial command of the language and copes with overall meaning in most situations, although they are likely to make many mistakes. They should be able to handle basic communication in their field.
The test taker’s basic competence is limited to familiar situations. They frequently show problems in understanding and expression. They are not able to use complex language.
The test taker conveys and understands only general meaning in very familiar situations. There are frequent breakdowns in communication.
The test taker has great difficulty understanding spoken and written English.
The test taker cannot use the language except for a few isolated words.
The test taker did not answer the questions.
Listening :40 minutes
(30 mins to listen to the audio, 10 minutes to transfer the answers from the question paper to an answer sheet)
Reading :60 minutes - (3 passages in the order of difficulty)
Writing: 2 tasks / 60 minutes
Task 1 - letter writing (formal, informal, semi-formal) 150 words limit - 20 minutes time duration
Task 2 - Essay writing General topic will be given 250 words limit - 40 minutes time duration
Speaking: 11-14 minutes / 3 sections
Section 1 - self introduction, Section 2- cue card, Section 3- discussion
The listening test takes about 40 minutes out of which one can utilize 30 minutes to listen to the recordings and 10 minutes to transfer your answers onto the given answer sheet (for the paper-based test). In a computer-delivered test, you will have 2 minutes to check your answers after having typed your answer in the given spaces.
Be attentive during practice; don’t just hear, but listen thoroughly. Read the questions properly and remember that the level of difficulty of the questions can vary throughout the test. If you miss one or two questions, do not panic; instead, recover immediately to ensure that you don’t miss questions that you are capable of answering.
The aim is to NOT make mistakes as much as possible in section 1, since it is deemed the simplest one compared to other sections. Additionally, familiarize yourself with pronunciation so you don’t find yourself confused by the accents of native speakers.
Writing isn’t everybody’s cup of tea. There are several instances where essays often appear bland or incapable of captivating the reader. While it isn’t exactly necessary that one should be able to pen out essays with extreme precision, it’s also, important to avoid the written material from being too discursive. In an IELTS test though, an essay holds much significance. The relatively huge pool of marks acts as a catalyst that could make or break one’s chances to get the ideal score. Here’s our veritable list of IELTS Writing task tips and tricks that might just help make a difference.
IELTS test takers can choose either the GT or the Academic variant of the test. The writing task of either variant consists of two parts although there are a few differences worth noting. The overall time limit for the writing portion of the test is 60 minutes.
Writing Task 2 for either version of the test follows the same format. Test-takers are required to write an essay that matches the tone of the question. This task allows for a lot more creativity and exhibition of one’s writing prowess.
Task 1 of IELTS GT requires candidates to respond to a given problem in the form of writing a letter either requesting information or explaining a certain situation. The duration that is allotted to this test is 20 minutes and has a word limit of 150 words. Moreover, the letter-writing section of the test can be formal, semi-formal, or even informal; this depends entirely on the question.
Letter writing in GT Task 1 doesn’t need any address or date to be filled in at the start of the letter.
Academic Writing Task 1 requires test takers to provide a graph interpretation. It requires the candidate to analyse the graph, chart, or table and present them inference from it in their own words. The time limit is the same as GT Writing Task 1 with 20 minutes on the clock with a max word limit of 150 words.
The GT/Academic Writing Task 2 comprises the second stage of the Writing section of the IELTS test. Test-takers of both the GT and Academic variants are required to write an essay. The duration of essay writing section lasts 40 minutes with an expected word limit of 250 words.
Test-takers are presented with a certain point of view, an argument, or a problem. The issues are of general interest and easily understood by candidates. Besides, the differences mainly lie in the end goal. Candidates who opt for the Academic variant seek admission to universities while those of the GT variant tend to migrate for professional reasons.
Most of the IELTS students and candidates manage to score mostly in the vicinity of Band 6 when it comes to speaking. We intend to help you find your ideal effective strategy to improve your speaking ability more easily. Let’s take a look at some of them,
Part 1 is the interview and introduction sequence. In this section, we are going to answer just 10 questions. It is a markless session although it does hold significant influence over our first impressions of the interviewer. We advise you to provide expanded sentences rather than merely repeating the words from the question.
Part 2 is the CUE CARD where you will be given a common question on various topics such as festivals, advertisements, the things you bought, your favorite person, celebrity, or older person, and also about your influence and admiration. The invigilator expects you to provide a lucid explanation with a lot of clarity and organization of your thoughts. Always try to have an introduction and a brief explanation for the entire question and conclusion for your talk as it will always help you fetch a higher band.
Part 3 is a Discussion; IELTS Speaking Part three lasts approximately four to five minutes, and you may be asked anywhere from four to eight questions. The examiner will ask questions associated with the subject in Part 2, and you need to deliver exact solutions. Unlike IELTS Speaking Part 1, you may want to offer slightly elaborated and purposeful solutions. Don’t shape your answer to inform something with the purpose of assuming the shape of the IELTS examiner’s thoughts.
You can approximately communicate your views, even if your experience is something that the IELTS examiner won’t like. There isn’t any criterion to mark your evaluations in the course of your speech. Giving memorized solutions isn’t always a terrific idea. You need not offer solutions that you have organized beforehand. The examiner will determine it from the rate at which you’re communicating, your phrases, and your pronunciation. Keeping in touch with the memorization method may even result in giving beside-the-point solutions which may bring about a low rating. That is why you no longer need to put together any solutions at all! Communicate and pay attention to the examiner/audio system and enhance the quality of your answers.
You need to offer lengthy and defined solutions in three or four sentences. Try to offer a few motives to be able to outline your particular perspective. You also can finish your speech together with your remaining points. Don’t try and overdo it! If you need to use a flowery word, be certain that you realize the precise means of it; otherwise, that could lessen your rating. If you operate a word that you aren’t very acquainted with; you may be much more likely to use it in the incorrect context. It can make your statement seem out of place, and the examiner will reduce your rating.
Speak and explain your thoughts with confidence. Even if you aren’t certain whether or not your notions are suitable, you could manage to get a band 9. The examiner can pay greater interest to your fluency and pronunciation. Moreover, cognizance lies in your utilization of an extensive variety of suitable vocabulary.
Your capacity to provide error-free sentences is crucial as well. If you do not recognize the query, ask the examiner to repeat it. You may ask something along the lines of “Could you please repeat the query?” It is better to recognize what precisely you’ve requested from the very start than pull away from it and give a solution that’s beside the point. Do ask if something is unclear, after all, we’re human! Take a second or two to gather your bearings and your thoughts instead of going straight ahead and answering the query. During this time, you could consider a solution. Try to determine a way to collect your thoughts and get geared up to offer an assured speech.
There are numerous sorts of questions inside the IELTS Speaking Part 3. Yet, you could use a powerful method to reply to any form of query from Part 3. Keep in mind that receiving a terrific rating is more vital than any over-the-top idea that you might propose; your proficiency in the language is what matters. Define the purpose of your particular point of view.
A: I wager in recent times humans need to have talents in generations as it allows them to have a thrilling process and get an aggressive salary. For example, a pal of mine desires to have a look at special programming languages. He believes that he may want to have a first-rate process with an excessive wage.
Remark: In this instance, we use the primary sentence to reply to the query and make clear our opinion.
Is the bicycle a good way to move around?
Do you think that there should be a separate lane for bicycles?
Why should a child have a bicycle?
Are you working or a student?
Describe a famous person, you should say:
Who he/she is,
Why he/she is famous,
Whether or not you would like to meet him/her and why.
Which qualities should a famous person have?
Why does the young generation copy them?
Who were the famous people 50 years ago and who will be famous in the next 50 years?
Should they have a personal life?
If you had a chance to become famous what would be your attitude?
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