International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Exam Guide


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International English Language Testing System (IELTS)

IELTS is a english language proficiency test which is accepted globally and recognised by various organisations including educational institutions, employers, governments, immigration authorities and professional bodies.

There are two different IELTS modules: Academic and General Training.

How to score above 7 bands in International English Language Testing System

Listening, Reading, Writing, SpeakingAspect of IELTS


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Total Test duration is 2 hours 45 minutes

  • Listening part:- The toughest part of IELTS Exam is Listening. Aspirants will only get one chance to hear and answer. So listen carefully every time.

40 Questions approx. 30 min.

  • Reading part:- While reading, keep in mind the pronunciation of words. “A word that is not pronounced correctly leads to loss of marks.”

40 Questions 60 min.

  • Writing part:- Wasting space and running out of word limit without answering correctly are big ‘No’s. “Time management is vital, Time limit is a major issue”. So “time wasted is time lost”. Keep watch beside and write accordingly.

2 Tasks 60 min.

  • Speaking part:- Recorded face-to-face interview between you and an examiner. Talk with Fluency at a normal speed without any hesitation.

3parts 11-14 min.


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