IELTS is a test for non-native speakers who want to study or work in English speaking countries. IELTS is accepted by over 9,000 institutions worldwide including universities, schools, government agencies, employers and immigration authorities.
The IELTS exam is designed to measure how well you speak, understand and write in the language. You’ll need to demonstrate your skills in four different tests: Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking.
The listening test measures your understanding of spoken English. You’ll have 30 minutes to listen to three recorded conversations. One conversation is about general topics, while the second is about a specific topic (such as travel) and the third is about people and social issues. Your task is to choose the best answers to questions about what you hear.
You’ll then take a reading comprehension test. In this section, you’ll read short stories and answer questions based on them. There are two types of question – those where you need to select the correct word or phrase from a list of choices and those where you need to identify the meaning of words or phrases in context.
In writing, you’ll use grammar, punctuation and vocabulary effectively to communicate ideas and respond to prompts. You’ll be given a text to read out loud and then you’ll be asked to rewrite it using formal English. Finally, you’ll talk in front of an examiner. You’ll discuss a range of topics, including culture, sports, politics and current affairs.
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