What is the Test Format?
IELTS consists of six modules. All candidates take the same Listening and Speaking modules. There is a choice of Reading and Writing modules according to whether a candidate is taking the Academic or General Training version of the test.
For candidates taking the test for entry to undergraduate or postgraduate studies or for professional reasons.
For candidates taking the test for entry to vocational or training programmes not at degree level, for admission to secondary schools and for immigration purposes.
4 sections, 40 items
Approximately 30 minutes
Academic Reading General Training Reading
Academic Writing General Training Writing
3 sections, 40 items OR3 sections, 40 items
60 Minutes 60 Minutes
2 tasks OR 2 tasks
11 to 14 minutes
Total Test Time
2 hour 44 minutes
Why Our Program?
We divide the IELTS into four parts:
Course Orientation: Your present skills relating to reading, writing, speaking and listening. We then give you a brief overview of the program
Concept Enhancement: The basic skills necessary to successfully complete the exam. By working through the exercises and classroom teaching, you will have a greater understanding of how the integrated tasks on the IELTS fit together.
Concept Application: The appropriate strategies to crack each question type on the IELTS are adopted; the listening and speaking sections are accompanied by Audio CDS.
Full Length Practice Test: After you have worked through all the exercises and drills you will get a chance to practice under real testing conditions. The practice exercises and Tests will give you a good idea of what to expect and help you develop.
The skills that you learn, practice and test will help you be successful not only on the IELTS test, but in the academic work in General
Finally Can I really improve my Score?
Yes! Doing well on the IELTS is a skill and as with any skill, it can be learned. This program provides the tools necessary to do better on the IELTS, but it is up to you to apply them. Work through the program at a comfortable pace. Take time to understand the strategies and techniques and use them. Many test takers find that if they fail to use the strategies we offer, their scores don’t change. However, test takers who do master our techniques and strategies will improve their scores