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What is IELTS Test


What is IELTS Test

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is the most popular English proficiency test in the world for higher education and global migration, where 3 million tests have been held in the past year.

 

The IELTS test is trusted by more than 10,000 institutions, including universities, professional bodies, employers and migration authorities.

 

Types of IELTS

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a test that measures the ability of languages ​​for those who want to study or work in an environment where English is used as a communication language.

There are two modules to choose from: IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training.

IELTS Academic

IELTS General Training

To study at the undergraduate or postgraduate level.

To join a professional organization or register in an English-speaking country.

To work or attend work-related training in an English-speaking country.

To immigrate to an English-speaking country.

 

To study or get an education below the bachelor level.

Each institution sets its entry requirements. In some cases, both Academic Training and General Training modules can be accepted. If you are unsure about which modules to take, you can contact the institution where you registered to confirm their requirements.

 

IELTS for UKVI

IELTS for UKVI is a Secure English Language Test (SELT) that has been approved by the UK government. This means that IELTS can be used to prove that your English language skills support your UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI) application.

 

To find out if you have to take the SELT test, what level you should reach and what test you can use

 

Test Format

The actual tests are the same for IELTS and IELTS for UKVI, with content, testers, format, level of difficulty, assessment and so on. The only difference between the two is that IELTS for UKVI is given at a test site with video and CCTV recording facilities.

 

The IELTS Listening, Reading and Writing test components will be completed on the same day. The order in which these tests are taken can vary. There is no rest between these three tests. However, the Speaking component can be completed before or one week after other tests.

 

 

1.     Listening (Time: 30 minutes, plus 10 extra minutes to move your answers to the answer sheet)

There are four parts, which include monologue and conversation. Various sounds and accents are used and each part is played only once.

 

 

2.     Reading (Time: 60 minutes)

Academic

General Training

There are three long reading passages with commands. Texts range from descriptive and factual to discursive and analytical and can include nonverbal things such as diagrams, graphs or illustrations. The text is authentic and is taken from books, journals, newspapers, magazines and other sources.

There are three reading passages with commands. Part 1 contains two or three short factual texts. Part 2 contains two short factual texts relating to work. Section 3 contains one longer text on a topic related to general matters. The text is authentic and is taken from company handbooks, official documents, books, newspapers and other sources.

3.     Writing (Time: 60 minutes)

Academic

General Training

In total there are two tasks. In Task 1, you are given a table, graph, chart or diagram and you are asked to describe, summarize or explain information with no less than 150 words. In Task 2, you are asked to write an essay containing no less than 250 words to respond to a view, argument or problem.

There are two tasks. In Task 1, you are given a situation and you are asked to write a letter containing at least 150 words to request information or explain the situation. In Task 2 you are asked to write an essay containing no less than 250 words to respond to a view, argument or problem.

4.     Speaking (Time: 11-14 minutes)

Face-to-face interviews consisting of three parts: short questions, talking in detail about a known topic and structured discussion.

Source: https://www.ieltsasia.org/id/

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