Written by Admin on 26 Feb 2020 Posted in Blog
IELTS is an exam for measuring the proficiency for non-native English speakers. It’s basically International English Testing System. The basic criteria are Writing, Speaking, Reading and Listening. Once the candidate touched the score limit, she / he is eligible to apply for abroad studies, job, PR. The system of IELTS had been established in 1989. More than 3 million candidates are appearing for the test for a year.
There are some features for this test; speaking module is the major key element in this test. It would be a one on one interview process. The session will be recorded for further monitoring purpose. There will be 3 part for speaking test. The test materials will be providing varieties of accents and writing style in order to avoid maximum linguistic bias. In listening area 80% would be in British, Australian, New Zealander rest 20% would be in American. While speaking candidate should have rich vocabularies, complex answers, less grammatical errors, correct pronunciation. It is not possible to re-take the test modules individually, the whole part will remark under one test.
The whole test will take 2 hours 45 minutes. That is 30 minutes for listening, 60 minutes for reading, 60 minutes for writing and 11-14 minutes for speaking. Listening, Reading and Writing can complete within one siting. Speaking would be in another sitting with examiner maybe the same day or another day within a week of time. Here we go with two types of test one is IELTS Academic or IELTS General Training. Depends on the goal, candidates can choose which test would be appropriate for their need and should consider the type of institution to which candidates want to show their result. For University applicants, IELTS Academic is the perfect one. For work profile General would be matching.
Passing IELTS test do not mean that candidates will get job in abroad. It is one of the important factor which required to study or work in English speaking countries. Government authorities using the IELTS test result as an eligibility area which the candidate should touch for their application process to obtain citizenship or the PR right in that country. The test is not so difficult than any other exam. All the questionnaires will be straightforward and easy to assess by the candidate. The only point is how well the candidates can use English language. IELTS requires regular preparation on English language. And there is no point like pass or fail, candidates should have the score limited mentioned by British council and other authorities. The exam score is valid for 2 years from the date of the result published. That shows candidate can travel to abroad within the 2 year period of time.
Mostly reading section will be the harder side in the examination rest of the test is years easy while comparing reading. For appearing the test, candidate should pass 15 years old and must have valid passport. Basically, once you are eligible for all set limits, definitely the future going to be bright and well.