• Trained over 500 candidates for IELTS
• Experienced and seasoned faculty
• Flexible timings (you can choose your own timing)
• Classes on all 7 days (9:00 AM – 7.30 PM)
• Study material provided
• Individual attention to students and more Spoken English sessions
• Focus on improving a candidate’s skills overall
• Customized and personal training sessions can be availed
FAQs on IELTS Assessment
1. What does IELTS stand for?
International English Language Testing System
2. How many skills are tested in the IELTS test?
Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening
3. Why should you take IELTS?
Educational institutions, employers, professional registration bodies and government immigration agencies often require proof of English language skills as part of their
recruitment or admission procedures. IELTS. is widely accepted for these purposes.
• Results are available in 13 calendar days.
• The test is offered in over 1,100 locations, in more than 140 countries.
• Over. 10,000 organisations worldwide accept. IELTS. as proof of language ability.
4. Where to take the test from?
There are two assessment bodies which enable individuals to apply for the test. These are
–IDP and British Council (Visit their respective sites to compare)
5. How is Academic and General training IELTS test different?
Academic test (this should have a hyper link and the document emailed has to be linked to it) is given to study abroad, and General training test (this should have a hyper link and the document emailed has to be linked to it) is given for immigration purpose. The speaking and the listening test remain same for both; writing and reading differ.
6. How is IELTS scored?
You get a score between 1 and 9. Half scores such as 6.5 are possible. Universities often demand an IELTS score of 6 or 7. They may also demand a minimum score in each of the 4 sections. The higher the score, higher the opportunities for better universities and PR.
7. Does the IELTS test accept American English?
Yes, it does. IELTS is an international test for English language. In the speaking test, most examiners use English or Australian accent, however, for writing one must choose either UK or US spelling, mixing both will not be accepted.
8. Are all the skills assessed on the same day? The test usually has listening, writing and reading on the same day. Speaking can be either on the same day, or before or after the other skills test.
9. What is the duration of the test?
The test with 3 skills which are reading, writing and listening is for 2 hours 40 minutes and is to be given in one go without any break. Eating and drinking or use of the rest room before the test is recommended.
10. How many times am I allowed to take IELTS test?
One can choose to appear as many times. There is no limit.
11. Am I allowed to wear a watch at the IELTS test centre? No, you are not allowed to wear a watch. Please ensure you leave it at home or keep it safe somewhere before entering the examination hall. A wall clock will be there for the use even for the speaking test.
12. Is there any provision for color blind students at the centre?
Yes, required arrangements can be made for which you need to contact the test centre before the exam. They will adapt any color pages or illustrations in the test.
13. Can I write using capital letters in the test?
Yes, you can. However, capital letters consume more time while writing, hence, one may avoid to save time, especially for the reading section. For listening section, you will be given 10 minutes extra to transfer the answers on the answer sheet, therefore, capital letters can be used here. While giving the test, you must also know that Cambridge pays a lot of attention to your punctuation marks as well.