IELTS Result and How to Calculate the Scores

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IELTS Result and How to Calculate the Scores

After you are finished with your IELTS test, your outcome will be accessible following 13 days from the test date. The outcome will be given in the Test Report Form (TRF) arrangement, and you will get just a single TRF. The TRF shows your scores in every one of the four modules: reading, writing, listening as a hard copy, and speaking, alongside your general band score. Every one of the five scores is given on a 9-Band scale.

After the consummation of your IELTS test, you will get IELTS scores for every one of the four segments on a band of 1 – 9. Alongside that, you will likewise get a general band score. In this article, we will educate you regarding everything about the IELTS Results and scores.

IELTS Result and How to Calculate the Scores

How to compute the IELTS score?

To calculate your IELTS band score you simply need to just take out the mean (normal) of the apparent multitude of areas’ scores, specifically, Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking. That is the entirety of the apparent multitude of scores isolated by four. If the normal turn out in a decimal point, at that point it will be adjusted to the closest half or entire band. For example, if the normal turn out in .25, at that point it is gathered together to the following half band. Along these lines, for this situation, on the off chance that your normal score is 6.25, at that point the last score will be considered 6.5. In different situations where the normal is .75, at that point it will be adjusted to the following entire band. Thusly, if you get a 6.75 band, the last score will be taken as 7.

See the scoring design underneath to see how your IELTS score will be determined.

Band Score Skill Measured Meanings  
Band 9Expert CandidateHas excellent command over the language
Band 8Very Good CandidateThe applicant shows a fully operational command of the language with only a few unsystematic inaccuracies
Band 7Good ApplicantThe candidate depicts good command of the English language, but there are certain inaccuracies and misunderstandings in some of the given situations
Band 6CompetentCan use and understand fairly complex language, particularly in familiar situations
Band 5Modest ApplicantThe candidate has partial command over the English language, He tries to cope-up with the overall general meaning in most of the situations, though he makes numerous mistakes
Band 4LimitedHas frequent problems in understanding and expression. The candidate is not able to use the complex words in the language
Band 3Extremely LimitedConveys and understands only the basic meaning in very familiar situations. Frequent breakdowns occur in communication
Band 2IntermittentHas great difficulty in understanding spoken and written English
Band 1Non-userThe candidate is not able to use the language properly but use a few isolated words
Band 0Did not attempt the testNo assessable information provided

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