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The International English Language Testing System, or IELTS™, is an international standardised test of English language proficiency for non-native English language speakers. It is jointly managed by the British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and Cambridge Assessment English, and was established in 1989.
IELTS is measured on a scale of 1 to 9, with 9 being the highest – 9 denotes native level mastery of the language.
We assist students to prepare for IELTS allowing them to demonstrate better command of the English language. This in turn lets you have more options and opens up a variety of choices in programmes and opportunities.
IELTS Listening is comprised of four parts of increasing difficulty. Each part is a short dialogue (or monologue) that is followed by a set of questions. It is important that you prepare well for the section and know enough IELTS Listening tips and tricks as each text is played only once. You will have 40 minutes to complete the task.
In the Reading section of the academic version of the test candidates are presented with three texts and 40 questions (13-14 for each text). If you had a look through our IELTS Reading tips in the general training module texts tend to be shorter and there might be as many as five. Candidates are given 60 minutes to read all the texts and fill in the answer sheet.
IELTS Writing is comprised of 2 tasks: in the academic module candidates IELTS Writing task1 requires to describe a graph, diagram or chart, and then answer to an argument.Those taking the general training version have an IELTS Writing task to write a letter and a short essay. Writing in IELTS essays requires a lot of practice. Like in Reading, students have 60 minutes to finish the section.
IELTS Speaking will take 10-15 minutes, and consists of three parts. First, the examiner will ask a candidate about his/her hobbies, interests and reasons for taking the exam – this will be the IELTS Speaking topic. In Task 2 candidates get a topic card and have to prepare IELTS Speaking answers within one minute. The third part of the Speaking test for IELTS involves a discussion with the examiner about the topic presented in the previous part.
Once you are done with your exam. The result will be available after a couple of weeks.
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The same will be followed up with assistance in applying in mutliple colleges/universities of your choice until one day one of our employee would see you in UK.
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We have offices at multiple locations such as New Delhi and London which servces your various needs both in Inida and United KIngdom.
Our philosophy is to hold your hand and walk you through the application process. You’re the owner of this process – you tell us your likes (and dislikes!), the course that you’re interested in, the university where you’d like to go to – and we’ll guide you throughout.
We can also help you to prepare scholarship applications within your chosen field of study and our deep understanding of this process will come handy when you choose to apply.
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