IELTS

About IELTS Training

Your IELTS score plays a significant role in securing a visa, admission or job in leading English-speaking economies. A high score can set you apart from other applicants and give your profile a significant edge.

International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a standardized international test for proficiency in the English language, conducted and jointly managed by three highly reputed institutes.

The test is conducted across the globe for people who want to pursue higher studies and for those looking to work in English speaking countries. The IELTS is categorised into two different types: Academic Training and General Training to be chosen according to the purpose of the candidates.


The International English Language Testing System is a globally accepted test to measure the English communication abilities of applicants. It tests applicants on the following four parameters:

The module comprises four sections, with ten questions in each section.It takes 40 minutes: 30 - for testing, plus 10 for transferring the answers to an answer sheet.Each section begins with a short introduction telling the test taker about the situation and the speakers. Then they have some time to look through the questions. The questions are in the same order as the information in the recording, so the answer to the first question will be before the answer to the second question.

The Reading paper has three sections and texts totaling 2,150-2,750 words. There will be a variety of question types, such as multiple choice, short-answer questions, identifying information, identifying writer’s views, labeling diagrams, completing a summary using words taken from the text and matching information/headings/features in the text/sentence endings. Test takers should be careful when writing down their answers as they will lose marks for incorrect spelling and grammar.

The Writing paper has two tasks which must both be completed. In task 1 test takers write at least 150 words in about 20 minutes. In task 2 test takers write at least 250 words in about 40 minutes. Test takers will be penalised if their answer is too short or does not relate to the topic. Answers should be written in full sentences (test takers must not use notes or bullet points).

The speaking test is a face-to-face interview between the test taker and an examiner.It Involves 3 Sections each of an average length of 4-5 minutes. Section I is about introduction and interview about your back ground.Section II the tester will provide task and point and the tasker will get 1minute to prepare then have they have to talk about it for 2 minutes.Section III is all about discussion and casual talks.