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    How to clear IELTS in 60 days with 7+ Band

    This  course will teach you all the required skills needed to make sure you get 7+ band in IELTS within 60 days.

    A brief introduction to IELTS

    IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System. It is an English language proficiency exam which measures the ability of test-takers to communicate in the four basic language skills: listening, reading, writing, and speaking.
    The IELTS is managed by three main institutions: the British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations (Cambridge ESOL). This is important to understand in order to prepare for what is essentially an examination of British and not American English.
    Many students who have prepared for or appeared for the TOEFL iBT are surprised when they face difficulties understanding accents and expressions used by British speakers in the IELTS. This is why thorough preparation, at a language school or through self-study, is so essential for success in this exam.
    There are two versions of the IELTS exam: general and academic. Test-takers must know in advance which one is needed for their purposes as the scores are not interchangeable. Each test lasts two hours and forty-five minutes. Test takers are required to pay a fee for administration of the exam.
    Broadly speaking, the IELTS is taken by those who wish to study, live, or work in a country where English is the primary language of communication. Specifically, the test is taken by three main categories of people:
    • Those who want to study in an English-medium school, college, or university in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, South Africa, Australia, or New Zealand
    • Those who wish to apply for immigration to countries such as Canada, Australia, or New Zealand
    • Those who need to demonstrate their English proficiency to meet the requirements of professional associations or regulatory bodies in various countries
    The IELTS has existed since 1989. Today, over 700,000 people from over 120 countries appear for this exam every year.

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    IELTS - General & Academic

    The first question to ask when you find out you have to take the IELTS exam is:

    “Which version of the IELTS should I take? The Academic or the General Version?”

    This is important because the scores are not interchangeable so there’s no point in studying for or appearing for the wrong exam! We strongly encourage you to find out specifically, in your case, which version of the exam you need to do, based on the requirements of your receiving institution.

    The Academic IELTS exam is the more advanced test. This version is generally used to determine whether candidates are qualified to enroll in undergraduate and graduate academic programs where English is the medium of instruction.

    The General IELTS exam is the simpler test. It focuses on basic survival skills in social and educational contexts. It is generally requested for candidates applying for immigration, working in certain professions, or studying at a non-degree level.

    The simple chart below shows the main similarities and differences in the General and Academic IELTS.:

    Listening

    (Same test for Academic and General Versions)

     

    Types of Questions:

    • multiple choice
    • short answer
    • sentence completion
    • notes / diagrams / flow chart completion

    Details:

    • 4 Sections
    • 40 Items
    • 30 minutes

    Reading : 

    General Reading

    Types of Exercises:

    • Texts from advertisements, newspapers, instruction manuals, notices, leaflets, timetables, books & magazine
    • Texts become progressively harder

    Details:

      • 3 Sections
      • 40 Items
      • 60 minutes


    Academic Reading

    Types of Exercises:

    • General, non-specialist & academic tex
    • Texts become progressively harder

    Details:

      • 3 Sections
      • 40 Items
      • 60 minutes


    General Writing

    Types of Exercises:

    • 2 Tasks

    – 1 letter (150 words)

    – 1 essay (250 words)

     

    Details:

    • 60 minutes


    Academic Writing

    Types of Exercises:

    • 2 Tasks

    -1 descriptive report, based on a graphic (150 words)

    -1 essay (250 words)

    Details:

    • 60 minutes

    Speaking (Same for Academics and General)

    Part 1: 4-5 mins, 5-6 Q, warm up questions, no timing.

    Part 2: 4-5 mins, cue cards – 1 min preparation, 2 min response, you can make points and refer while speaking, if you are completely unaware about the topic , you can request to change it. 

    Part 3: 7-10questions, related to part 2, 4-5 mins

    Clear IELTS with 7+ Band

    Practice makes perfect

    We know about your hectic schedule. We also know the only way you truly understand a subject is by practicing it in a real environment. This is why we’ve set a playground area that’s full of hours of exercises, questions and challenges. It even has a gaming section. 

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    Join our personal coaching program where our trainer trains you personally 1-2-1, so you get the best by the best without wasting any time.
    Your success is our only Goal.

    IELTS Guide

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