SUMMARY: IELTS is a worldwide renowned method to English language proficiency. You can choose Academic IELTS or General Training IELTS based on your purpose of taking IELTS. IELTS determines one’s ability to understand and communicate in English through testing his/her listening, reading, writing and speaking – four basic skills of a language.
Full Information: IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System which is a combined institution of the Cambridge University and the Australian Education Provider (IDP).It measures people’s accuracy in English using band score 1-9.If someone wishes to go to the countries like Canada, Australia, NZ or U.K for higher education, working or migration purpose they’ll be need to take IELTS to certify that the person is able to communicate in English. There are two different modules in IELTS and the other is General Training module. In both Academic and General Training IELTS your accuracy in four language skills listening, reading, writing and speaking will be tested.
The reading module is of 60 minutes. It contains 3 passages with 40 questions. The questions gets easy to harder. There are some dissimilations between the reading module of Academic IELTS and General Training IELTS. So is with the writing module. It also takes 60 minutes. Here, the examinee has to complete two different writing task. One must complete task-1 in within 20 minutes andtask-2 in other 40 minutes.
In the listening module the examinee will listen to four different recordings and answer 40 questions according to them within 30 minutes. You will get the chance to listen the recordings only once. Generally, the recordings contains conversations or soliloquy. In the speaking module, you have to talk to a Specially Trained Examiner who will determine your English speaking skill/Basically, it is a 10-15 minutes interview session which is divided into three parts, 1)Introduction,2)Speech and 3)Answering Questions.
How to Get Highest Score on IELTS:
“Practice makes a man perfect”. One must keep that in mind that the only thing that’ll help you most in gaining the highest marks in IELTS is a lot of practice.
But there are also some little tips that can be useful to achieve your goal.
IELTS LISTENING :
–listen English a lot.
–make sure you can understand English spoken by a native speaker or any other accent.
–you can watch English movies, news or videos on your favorite topic to practice listening.
–you can practice online where you can find sample listening recordings for IELTS.
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IELTS Listening – How to get a high score
–reading International magazines is a wonderful way to develop and practice English reading skill.
–read more and increase your vocabulary.
–practice and solve sample IELTS reading module’s questions.
IELTS WRITING :
In the writing module there are two different tasks.Task-1 is a diagram/table/map or a picture which the examinee have to describe in their own words and in Task-2 they have to discuss about the given topic. To get better score in IELTS you must keep the following things in your mind:
–plan before writing, even if it takes time.
–write down the points.
–arrange the points.
–150-180 words will be enough for Task-1.
–250-280 words will be enough for Task-2.
–spend more time in Task-2.
IELTS SPEAKING :
You can do nothing but practice more and more to get a good score in this part. Here’s how you can practice speaking English:-
–talk in English to your family and friends.
–talk in front of the mirror for practicing English and find out your lacking.
On the exam day:
–try to answer all the questions and if you don’t know the answers then tell the examiner politely. Don’t keep mum.
–The examiner will be numbering you based on your communication skills in English. So, try to communicate and don’t hesitate to show off your vocabulary and speaking skills in English.
IELTS Speaking Task 1 – How to get a high score
IELTS is one of the most accurate and available English language testing method all over the world. There are over 1,100 centers worldwide where you register and can take part in the test. You can even choose your desirable date from the 48 test dates in a year.