The International English language Testing System (IELTS) is widely been recognised by many test takers across the globe as an infallible tool in assessing English Language Proficiency. Increase your global opportunities to study, or to work, or to migrate by opting IELTS.
|Listening||4 sections, 40 questions, 30min + 10 min to transfer answers.|
|Reading||3 sections, 40 Questions, 60min|
|Writing||2 Tasks, 60 min|
|Speaking||3 Parts, 11-14min|
|Total test time||2 hrs:40min|
Speaking will occur on a different day.
Listening and Speaking remains the same for all the testtakers, whereas Reading and Writing alone varies between Academic and General.
IELTS results are reported on a band score of 0-9. The Test Report Form submits the scoreband of each skill/module on nine and in addition, an overall band score which gives overall language ability.
IELTS results are valid for two years only.
1. How long is an IELTS score valid?
An IELTS Test Report Form is valid for two years only.
2. How can I register for the IELTS test?
You can register via official website of IDP or British Council. You must use the credit card to pay your test fee.
3. Can I pay the test fee by cash or cheque?
No. You can only be able to pay online.
4. How long does it take to arrive at my test score?
Generally, your results will be posted after 13 days of your test. However, on some occasion it might take longer days than the prescribed.
5. If I take IELTS test twice, which result can I use?
You can use the one in which you scored the highest, as long as it’s still under validity.
6. Can I take the entire test on the same day?
No, you cannot. Listening, Reading and Writing takes place on the same day without any break, whereas speaking is scheduled on a different day.
7. What’s the special feature of booking the test?
Your Test Report Form(TRF) will be posted to 4 universities free of cost.