IELTS course

Timings Assessment Certification Of IELTS Course

Duration40 Hours



Improve Your English

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Students aspiring to study in the topmost universities and colleges of the English-speaking world need to clear an English language proficiency test. Non-native speakers of English have to show that they can read, write, speak, and understand English, so as to be able to follow lectures, study, take exams, and interact comfortably with fellow students, teachers and the local population. For this purpose as well as for the purpose of immigration, a standardized English language proficiency test for non-native English speakers has been established as a pre-requisite for the selection process. IELTS is the world’s most popular English language proficiency test and a world of opportunity awaits those who clear the required scores.

What is IELTS?

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  • IELTS is developed by education and language experts with vast experience in teaching English, conducting exams, and producing educational content.
  • IELTS test material is exhaustively researched and is constantly in the process of being reviewed and updated by experts and academics.
  • In view of the varied backgrounds, nationalities, and genders, of the people taking the IELTS exam, care is taken to ensure that the test is unbiased and neutral.
  • It is an internationally relevant test because it accepts both British and American spellings.
  • The test makes use of Australian, British, and American accents, thus covering the major English-speaking accents.


  • IELTS is the most impartial and trustworthy English proficiency test available for the purposes of study, work, and immigration.
  • Most academic institutions in English-speaking countries, like, as Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and an increasing number of educational institutions in the United States, accept IELTS for study.
  • For work purposes, many professional organizations recognize IELTS as the standard test.
  • For migration, IELTS is required or accepted for permanent residency by the governments of the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.

How to Prepare for IELTS Exam

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The key feature for scoring in the listening module is 100% attention to the audio played.

Listening* (30 minutes)

  • Four recorded monologues and conversations

Listening* (30 minutes) (GT)

  • Four recorded monologues and conversations

Fluency while speaking with full confidence will enhance band score.

Reading (60 minutes)

  • Three task-based reading portions
  • Texts may incorporate diagrams, graphs, or pictures. 

Reading (60 minutes) (GT)

  • Section 1 contains two or three short factual texts
  • Section 2 contains two short, work-related factual texts

Scanning and skimming play a vital role to become a fast reader.

Writing (60 minutes)

  • At least 150-word writing exercise in which the test taker must summarize, describe, or explain a table, graph, chart, or figure
  • A short essay of at least 250 words is required.

Writing (60 minutes) (GT)

  • A letter of at least 150 words must be written.
  • A short essay of at least 250 words is required.

Good vocabulary used with variations plays. a key role

Speaking* (11–14 minutes)

  • Face-to-face interview with no interruptions or distractions; includes short questions, lengthy discussion of a familiar topic, and a planned discussion.

Speaking* (11–14 minutes) (GT)

  • One-on-one interview with no interruptions or distractions Includes short questions, in-depth treatment of a known topic, and a structured discussion.

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Test format – Listening (30 minutes)

You will listen to four recordings of native English speakers and then write your answers to a series of questions.

  • Recording 1 – a conversation between two people set in an everyday social context.
  • Recording 2 – a monologue set in an everyday social context, e.g. a speech about local facilities.
  • Recording 3 – a conversation between up to four people set in an educational or training context, e.g. a university tutor and a student discussing an assignment.
  • Recording 4 – a monologue on an academic subject, e.g. a university lecture.

Timing: Approximately 30 minutes (plus 10 minutes transfer time). (No. of questions: 40)

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