When planning to study abroad, the International English Language Testing System, or IELTS, is a state-administered trial of English language capability for non-local English language speakers. It is an important prerequisite for students who want to study abroad.
IELTS Exam Format
The IELTS Academic module tests the language abilities of non-English speaking who need to learn at a college or university in an English-speaking nation where the vehicle of guidance is English. IELTS is perceived by most academic institutions to study abroad in countries like Europe, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United States of America.
The IELTS General Training module tests the language capacity of non-local English language speakers who expect to travel to another country, particularly to English-speaking nations for professional preparing programs (not for degree), work, or immigration. Managers, proficient bodies, and movement divisions in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK, the USA, and in excess of 140 different nations perceive the IELTS test as confirmation of the English language capability test.
Both the modules comprise four sections: Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking. Listening and Speaking are the equivalents of the two modules.
|Listening||30 minutes||4 recordings of increasing difficulty (conversation between 2 people, a monologue, another conversation, and lecture)|
|Academic Writing||60 minutes||This section includes: Task 1- Table, chart, graphs, or diagrams description writing in approx. 150 words. Task 2- Write an essay of a minimum of 250 words.|
|Academic Reading||60 minutes||Three long passages to read with 40 questions. The text ranges from descriptive to analytical content.|
|Speaking||11 to 14 minutes||Face to face interaction round with the examiner which includes 3 parts that are an interview, a monologue, and last is a discussion.|
|General Training Reading||60 minutes||This includes 3 sections having 40 questions. The tasks and content given in this section are from the social and workplace situations.|
|General Training Writing||60 minutes||This section comprises of two tasks. Task 1- letter writing of about 150 words asking about explaining a particular situation or providing information. Task 2- Short essay of approx. 250 words.|