FAQ’s

IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System.

It is an international standard test to check the proficiency of a candidate to know the knowledge of English language. This required for the candidates living in non-native English language countries where other than English is spoken. Those who intend to live and acquire education the English speaking countries, is a must of them.

IELTS, the International English Language Testing System, is a test conducted to assess the proficiency in English language for those candidates who are interested to study or work in those countries where English is native language  and all sorts of communications is done in English only. IELTS is required for entry to university in the UK, USA, new Zealand, Australia, some universities of Ireland, Canada etc.

Minimum age has to be at least 16 years and a valid passport of the candidate. No educational background is required.

A valid passport with national identity cared. The passport number is required to be filled in IELTS registration form. The passport has to be carried and presented at the time of the examination. Otherwise the candidate is not eligible to entry carry our examination.

Prepare for your IELTS test

Practice is the only short cut to test.

The fundamental guidance is required for it.

Any number of times. It is advised to clear the IELTS in 1 go. The result is valid for a period of two years.

The International English Language testing System, IELTS is accepted by USA, in more than 3000 institutions and programs in US accepts IELTS scores.

Those who intend to  proceed for Academic, IELTS General Training and IELTS Life Skills are accepted by the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) as proof of English skilled proficiency also for those opts to live, work and study in the UK.

IELTS scores are accepted as an evidence of English Language proficiency valid for many visa categories in various countries. It is a key need and requires  of many professional organizations, institutions and accrediting autonomous bodies globally. IELTS is highly famous and wanted English Language test accepted in many places across the world

There are 2 websites British Council and IDP only.

IELTS the questions are not repeated but few look similar.

IELTS is not at all difficult.

The questions are very straight and designed to check the understanding and interpretation of English by the candidate. There are no shortcuts. Like any other test IELTS certainly needs preparation to know the pattern of the paper and types of questions and how quickly they can be answered in stipulated time for better scores.

There is no pass or fail in IELTS test, every candidate gets scores in the form of “bands”.

Its valid for 2 years

Please Follow the routine for a higher scores.

A true and experienced and tested guidance is provided for your understanding d perusal.

  1. Visit a IELTS training center.
  2. This will help you to get direct tips form the trainer.
  3. A group is formed where the tips can be shared and experienced. Called sharing best practices.
  4. Buy required books and study material.
  5. Avoid procrastination.
  6. Give IELTS a high priority.
  7. Don’t learn in isolation
  8. Every thing should be “ENGLISH” like movies, songs, news, rituals social media etc.
  9. Increase you vocabulary learn 10 words which you were not aware or never heard of it.
  10. Read books
  11. Listen to Videos Movies speeches news songs of ENGLISH language only.
  12. Speak in English as much a possible.
  13. Write something in English atleast 1 page daily.
  14. Practice with sample test questions
  15. Official IELTS practice materials
  16. Check you sample test marks daily and check the marks graph and work on the places of weakness.
  17. Understand the questions before your answer.
  18. The test is on the basis of number of questions to be answered in a given time.
  19. Practice with pencil.
  20. There Before you book the slot of examination seek advice of tour trainer, whether you are fit for it or not.

The IELTS 9-band scale

Give your self 30 days or 1 month time for better results and prepare thoroughly. 8 to 10 weeks are advisable to prepare for a higher scores in IELTS exam, The emphasis is o the English grammar, speed of the reading, test patters and strategy to be used in answering them and readable handwriting skills. IELTS exams are different from other like reading, writing, speaking and listening. Work hard thoroughly to match the requirements of the exam.