IELTS Training (International English Language Testing System)
IELTS Training – IELTS is a test that evaluates your level of proficiency in the English language. It is similar to tests such as TOEFL and is generally taken by prospective students who plan to study abroad in countries that predominantly speak English. It is also a mandatory part of the immigration process for certain countries such as Canada and Australia.
The IELTS is generally divided into types the Academic and general tests
1.The IELTS academic is specially made for students who intend to take up an undergraduate or postgraduate program in any English-speaking nation.
2.The IELTS general is taken by potential immigrants who aspire to migrate to English speaking countries
Features of IELTS
1.There are no minimum passing marks for the test. However, each university will have its required score for the test.
2.The IELTS is used for determining eligibility for admission and scholarship.
3.You will be assessed for your English language skills at listening, reading, and writing.
4.The total time for taking the test is around four and a half hours including the time for checking in?
4.A break of 10 minutes will be given to students after they complete the Reading and Listening sections of IELTS
What are the sections in IELTS?
IELTS examination is divided into the following segments
1. Listening Section
Listening consists of 40 questions divided among four sections. The total duration for all the sections together is 30 minutes and an additional 10 minutes are given for the test taker to transfer his answers to the answer sheet.
2. Reading Section
The reading section comprises 40 questions which are set around three passages. The section has to be completed within 60 minutes and aims at evaluating the reading and comprehension of reading matter in many different areas. The section has passages from many different genres of reading from both nonfiction and fiction.
3. Writing section
The writing section consists of two tasks
Task 1: Involves interpretation of a diagram for the academic test and the other which involves writing a letter to an imaginary person for the general test. The letter should contain 150 words approximately and should be completed within 20 minutes
Task 2: consists of writing a 250-word essay on a given topic which should be completed within 40 minutes
4. Speaking section
This section is held as a personal interview and is of 11 minutes in duration. The test is not held on the actual day of IELTS but either a day before or after. The segment consists of three parts which are classified as personal, long talk, and discussion. The test is interactive in nature and you will be talking to an examiner. The personal section consists of the interviewer introducing himself and asking you a few questions about yourself. The long talk involves speaking at length on a given topic. In the discussion segment, you will have an interactive talk with the interviewer regarding the topic you have spoken about.
Structure Of The IELTS Exam
The IELTS score is reported as a band ranging from 0 to 9. You will be assigned a score from 1 to 9 for each section individually and the average of all segments will be considered as your overall score. Generally, band 9 indicates expertise in the segment and band 1 is considered as having a low comfort level with the segment and all other bands falling in between.
How Renascence global can help you in IELTS Coaching
1.We provide dedicated IELTS coaching with expert tutors who take a personalized interest in your IELTS preparation
2.All IELTS classes are held in the state-of-the-art classrooms with smart study aids
3.We provide IELTS practice test with a simulation of the actual test atmosphere during IELTS training sessions to make you feel familiar with the test pattern
4.You are provided with a personalized and detailed evaluation of your test results and suggest strategies for scoring higher in the IELTS exam
Q). How long are IELTS scores valid?
A). IELTS scores are valid for 2 years from the date of taking the test
Q). When can I reattempt the IELTS test?
A). You can reattempt the IELTS at any point in time. However, before reattempting, it is best to do a post-mortem analysis of what made you score less the first time. At Renascence Global, our expert coaches can guide you on your specific weak points and suggest strategies for improving your performance.