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What is ielts ?

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) stands for International English Language Testing System. IDP Australia, The British Council, and Cambridge Examinations jointly own and manage the exam. It is a test that assesses people's capacity to communicate in English in nations, places, or organisations where English is the primary language of communication.

It employs a 1-9 band scale to measure proficiency, with 1 being a complete non-user of the language and 9 being completely fluent or expert.

Four criteria are used to assess you: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. An Academic Test and a General Training Test are both available (see below)

Previously, there was simply a paper-based test, which you would take in a room with other candidates on Saturdays. However, some centres now offer a computer-based IELTS test that you can take on any given day. ielts classes in pune

How ielts score calculated

Your overall band score will range from 0 to 9, with 9 being the best possible result. This indicates that you can communicate effectively in English. IELTS scores are calculated using a banding system.

This total band score is calculated as the average of your writing, reading, listening, and speaking band scores.

Find out more about IELTS scores by visiting the IELTS website.

Where do i get tested for IELTS test

At an IELTS test centre, you will be tested. This will most likely be with the British Council or the IDP, two of the test's administrators. It could be held at one of their language schools or at a different location. Some exam centres may be held at other organisations, such as universities, in addition to International House.

There are more than 500 IELTS test centres throughout the world, so you should be able to find one in most major cities. If there isn't one in your city, you'll have to travel to a location where the test is available. For more IELTS information, you can contact these test centres.

The cost of the IELTS test is the same all across the world, although it will be influenced by your local currency.

The current IELTS exam fee is £165 (about $230). For IELTS information on the amount of fees in your currency, contact your local test centre.

The academic and general training modules of IELTS cost the same.

What is happens on test day ?

You must bring the same identification you used to register for the IELTS exam. If you don't have this, you won't be able to take the test.

The standard process for the paper-based test is to take the listening test first, then the reading, then the writing, and lastly the speaking. Depending on when you are scheduled to take the speaking test, this could take the entire day. Please keep in mind that the speaking test may be scheduled on a different day, either before or after the other tests. As a result, constantly double-check your test centre communication.

In the listening, reading, and writing tests, an invigilator will tell you what you need to accomplish, so just follow their directions. The exam papers will also contain IELTS information and directions, which you should read carefully and follow. ielts training in pune

If you have any questions, raise your hand and ask someone, however the invigilator will not be able to assist you with the test questions.

It will only be you and the examiner in the speaking examination. Simply follow their directions once more. You will be questioned for your identity at the start, so make sure you have it with you.

During the test, you are not permitted to have a cell phone or any other objects with you. You are only permitted to use pencils and a rubber. Naturally, you are not permitted to speak with other applicants, copy their work, eat or drink, or leave the room during the test.