IELTS, the International English Language Testing System, is a test of English language proficiency and one of the world’s most popular and respected forms of English in education and migration.
Intended for non-native speakers who are looking to study or work in an English-speaking environment, The Academic IELTS test is divided into four sections and each candidate is given a score out of 9.0 for each section, and an overall score is taken from the average of these four scores.
|(Approximately 30 minutes) Four sections, 40 questions||(60 Minutes) Three sections, 40 questions||(60 Minutes) 2 Essays||(Approximately 11-14 minutes) 3 Sections|
Since its introduction in 1989, IELTS preparation has become one of the most trusted forms of English-language assessment and is accepted by over 8,000 universities, employers and immigration organisations worldwide. IELTS testing methods focus on the candidate’s practical ability to use English in real-life situations.