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What is IELTS?

The International English Language Testing System, or IELTS, is a globally recognized standardized assessment of non-native English language speakers’ English language proficiency. It is managed in India by IDP. IELTS is one of the world’s most widely used English-language tests, alongside the TOEFL and PTE.

Currently, the majority of academic institutions in Australia, the United Kingdom, Canada, and New Zealand accept IELTS scores. IELTS scores are also accepted by over 3,000 academic institutions in the United States and numerous professional organizations worldwide. For more information on IELTS, please visit the IELTS website

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The IELTS aspirant’s English proficiency is evaluated in four areas. These abilities include listening, reading, speaking, and writing. Depending on whether you want to go abroad for higher education or for professional assignment, you must chose between IELTS academic and IELTS General.

As a result, students preparing for the IELTS exam must devote significant time to learning strategies for mastering these skills and then practicing under the supervision of our trainers. This is precisely what our IELTS coaching provides. This can assist in obtaining maximum benefit in the shortest amount of time.

The IELTS test is administered over a two-day period. The speaking examination requires the student to interact with the examiner, who grades the student’s performance. The test is administered at IDP-operated centers. Typically, the result is available on the 13th day of the test.

Who should take the IELTS examination?

Students and professionals wishing to travel to countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Canada, or the United States of America can take the IELTS exam. Students must obtain the required score (which varies by university) on the IELTS exam in order to be considered for admission to foreign universities. Professionals must obtain the required score (depending on the number of points required) on this exam in order to apply for visas and jobs. Additionally, as mandated by the rules, spouses of test takers are required to take the exam.

What is the difference between the IELTS computer-based test and the IELTS paper-based test?

If you’re used to taking the paper test, you may notice some differences between the paper and computer tests. The obvious difference is that the paper tests require you to use a pencil, whereas the computer tests require you to type. The tests are administered in a different order, and the Listening test is shorter. Additionally, you will receive headphones for the Listening test. What has remained constant is the Speaking test.

Which is better, a pencil or a keyboard?

You’ll be provided a pencil and an answer sheet for the paper-based IELTS test. You must complete the answer sheet before the timer runs out. When taking IELTS online, you type your responses into the appropriate boxes on your screen. We’ll still provide you with a pencil or pen and paper for taking notes – even if you’re taking IELTS online. Are you concerned that you will not be able to type quickly enough? There is no need to be concerned: the computer test is designed for individuals with average typing abilities. You can take the test on a computer if you can write an email. The test is administered in a different order.

In Australia and New Zealand, the IELTS exam is administered on paper and begins with Writing, followed by Reading and finally with Listening. Occasionally, you immediately follow this with your Speaking. However, some test centres may schedule your Speaking examination on a different day. The IELTS computer-based test begins with Listening, followed by Reading and Writing. The Speaking test is conducted on the same day as your computer test, either prior to or following your computer test.

The Listening test is more condensed.

If you have previously taken an IELTS test on paper, you may recall that you must write your responses in the question booklet while listening to the recording. Thus, at the conclusion of the Listening section on the paper test, you will have ten minutes to transfer your answers to the answer sheet. You type your answers into the appropriate areas on the computer screen during the computer test. You do have time between sections to double-check your answers, but there is no additional time at the conclusion. Because you have already completed your responses, the ten minutes are unnecessary. Furthermore, you will not miss it.

Results in less time

You receive your IELTS results in 2-5 days with computer-delivered IELTS. Therefore, if you require your results immediately for a visa application or admission to a university, book IELTS online. Naturally, your IELTS results are accepted by over 11,000 organisations worldwide.

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The total duration of the online training is 20 hours. Typically, 5 hours of training are conducted each week to ensure that the training is completed within a month of the start date. We cover all four abilities. The coaching process begins with fundamental strategy and progresses to an in-depth examination of the skills and extensive practise.