International English Language Testing System
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) measures the language proficiency of individuals who want to study or work in countries where English is used as a language of communication.
IELTS exam is conducted worldwide by British Council, UK and IDP, Australia. This test is available in two formats academic and general.
Academic IELTS -If applying for higher education or professional registration in English speaking countries.
General IELTS – If migrating to Australia, Canada or the UK.
One can appear for IELTS test as many times as required. It is conducted 4 -5 times every month. The test score is valid for 2 years.
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The IELTS is a globally recognised English test. Statistics show that over 1.4 million applicants take the test each year to apply for overseas education and employment. Over 6,000 institutions in 135 countries recognise this test.
The IELTS is conducted in over 500 international centres, four times in a month. A number of people from different backgrounds appear for the test, making it one of the most accepted forms of international testing. This makes it imperative for aspirants to plan a structured preparation before taking the IELTS.
All four forms of language skills – listening, reading, writing and speaking are tested in IELTS. Among these, the speaking test is a face-to-face interview with a certified examiner.
|i) Reading Section||3 Sections, Time Allotted – 20 mins. for each section.|
|ii) Listening Section||4 Section, Time Allotted – 30 mins.|
|iii) Speaking Section||Time Allotted – 11 to 15 mins|
|iv) Writing Section||2 Sections, Time Allotted – 20 mins for 1 section and 40 mins for other section|
|Total Time||2 hours, 45 minutes|
|Nature of Exam||Paper Based Test (PBT)|
|Total Scores||IELTS is out of 9.0 bands.|
|Test Fees||INR 12,650|
|Score Validity||2 Years|
|Score Reporting||Applicants can report their IELTS score to maximum of 5 universities as per the STED RO list free of cost after receiving the IELTS result.|
|Additional Test Score Reporting Fees||INR 250 per Institution via post INR 1250 via courier.|
Scores from Band 1 to 9 are given to candidates. A separate profile score is reported for each section. The four respective scores are averaged and rounded off to calculate the Overall Band Score. Each sectional score and the Overall Band Score are reported half bands and full bands
Candidates receive a Test Report Form that details their Overall Band Score and the scores they’ve achieved in the Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking sections. The scores of each section are equally important. The Overall Band Score, thereby, is calculated by averaging the scores of the individual sections.
IELTS Listening and Reading papers have 40 items, each carrying one mark. Band scores (ranging from Band 1 to Band 9) are awarded depending on their raw scores.
Detailed performance descriptors function as a strict rubric for examiners marking the Writing and Speaking sections of the IELTS exam. The performance descriptors describe the candidate performance level at each of the 9 bands.
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