What is IELTS?

The IELTS test is an International English Language Testing System that allows individuals to demonstrate their English proficiency for migration or educational purposes.

There are two kinds of IELTS examinations to study for:

General IELTS – This is required to certify language proficiency to an employer, as well as for immigration and citizenship requirements.

Academic IELTS – It is required for entrance to colleges and institutions.

4 Modules Of IELTS

IELTS Reading

It is separated into academic and general sections. You will have one hour to finish this portion, which includes three reading sections and 40 questions.

IELTS Listening

For this section, everyone takes the same exam. You listen to a 30-minute audio recording and then respond to 40 questions.

IELTS Speaking

This component of the exam is broken into three parts and lasts 11- 15 minutes. There is no differentiation between general and academic exams, therefore everyone will take the same test.

IELTS Writing Task 1

You have 20 minutes to finish this section, which includes map, graph, diagram, chart, or table for IELTS academic and formal or informal letter for IELTS general. You need to write minimum 150 words to complete the report.

IELTS Writing Task 2

You have 40 minutes to finish this section, which includes formal essay writing. You need to write minimum 250 words to complete the essay.

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The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) uses a nine-band scoring system to assess an individual’s English language proficiency. The overall IELTS score is calculated based on the scores obtained in each of the four language skills: Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking


Reading GT

Reading AC

Task Achievement (task 1)
  • Conveying correct information
  • Providing a summary
  • Highlight main ideas
Task Response (task 2)
  • Answering the question
  • Presenting major points that are backed up and developed
  • Stating a clear opinion
  • Writing a conclusion
Coherence ad cohesion
  • Structured information
  • Separate ideas in different paras
  • Using linking words
Lexical resource
  • Using a variety of words and paraphrasing
  • Using parallelism
  • Spelling
Grammar range and accuracy
  • Using various sentence patterns
  • Using various tenses
  • Punctuations
• Talking at length
• Talking without filler words
• Avoiding errors
• Understandable
• Using linking words
Lexical resource
• Using a variety of words and paraphrasing
• Using parallelism
• Using good vocabulary
Grammar range and accuracy
• Using a variety of sentence patterns
• Using a variety of tenses
• Able to be understood
• Able to use intonation
• Understandable accent
• Accurate pronunciation

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INR 16,200/-
  • Duration: 3 Months
  • Learning Hours: 190 + Hours
  • Live Sessions: 36 Sessions
  • Mock test: 10 Full Mock Tests
  • Class Frequency: Alternate Days
  • Assignments and material included

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INR 12,000/-
  • Duration: 2 Months
  • Learning Hours: 170 + Hours
  • Live Sessions: 24 Sessions
  • Mock test: 6 Full Mock Tests
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  • Duration: 1 Months
  • Learning Hours: 120 + Hours
  • Live Sessions: 12 Sessions
  • Mock test: 3 Full Mock Tests
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  • Duration: 1 Months
  • Learning Hours: 90 + Hours
  • Live Sessions: 12 Sessions
  • Mock test: 2 Full Mock Tests
  • Class Frequency: Alternate Days
  • Assignments and material included

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A: Over 10,000 organisations throughout the world, including universities, employers, immigration authorities, and professional associations, recognise IELTS scores. It is acknowledged in nations including the United States, Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

A: The IELTS test is divided into four sections: speaking, reading, and listening. While the Reading and Writing sections differ slightly between the Academic and General Training modules, the Listening and Speaking sections are the identical for each.
A: Those who want to pursue undergraduate or graduate education or professional registration in an English-speaking nation should take the Academic module. The General training module is typically used for non-academic instruction or immigration purposes.
A: The IELTS test lasts for a total of two hours and forty-five minutes. There are no gaps between the Listening, Reading, and Writing components; they are all finished on the same day. The Speaking section may take place the same day as the other sections or up to a week before or after.
A: IELTS has a 9-band scoring system. Each section (listening, reading, writing, and speaking) receives a band score, and the overall band score is determined as the average of the four component scores. The band ratings range from 1 (non-user) to 9 (experienced user).
A: IELTS scores are valid for two years from the date of the test. After two years, the scores are declared expired and may no longer be accepted by organisations.
A: There are several methods for preparing for the IELTS exam. You can study with textbooks or online resources, practise with sample exam materials. Or you can take guidance from an expert to help you understand the format and strategies to clear the exam.
A: You may retake the IELTS exam as many times as you like. There are no limits on the amount of attempts. You should keep in mind, however, that there may be a waiting period between test attempts, and you must pay the test price each time you register.
A: You can cancel or reschedule your IELTS test, but it is subject to the policies of the test centre where you registered. There may be special deadlines or fees related with cancellations or postponements, so it’s best to get assistance from the test centre directly.

A: The required minimum band score for admission to Canadian universities or colleges varies based on the institution, programme of study, and level of study (undergraduate or graduate). Most Canadian universities and colleges require an overall band score of 6.0 to 7.0 for undergraduate programmes and 6.5 to 7.5 for graduate programmes.

It should be noted, however, that these are only broad recommendations, and each school may have its own special needs. 

To acquire accurate and up-to-date information on the exact band score criteria for the programme you wish to apply to, visit the official website of the institution or college you are interested in, or contact their admissions office directly.

A: IELTS scores are generally recognised by universities, colleges, companies, and immigration authorities worldwide. The following countries accept IELTS scores:

The United Kingdom



The United States

New Zealand

Ireland Germany








The Republic of South Africa


Hong Kong

United Arab Emirates

Saudi Arabia


Please keep in mind that this is not an entire list, as many additional countries accept IELTS scores. It’s usually a good idea to double-check the exact requirements of the country, institution, or organisation you’re applying to, as they can differ.

A: Yes, the computer-delivered IELTS has a ‘note-taking’ and ‘highlight’ capability for this reason.

The IELTS exam fee structure varies depending on the country and test centre where you intend to take the exam. The fees are usually established by the local test centre or the organisation in charge of delivering the IELTS in that location. As a result, it’s critical to double-check the official IELTS website or authorised test centres in your area for the most accurate and up-to-date cost information.

However, the general range of IELTS exam expenses as per September cutoff 2021 is:

In India, the registration fee is between INR 14,000 and INR 15,000.

The IELTS exam price in the United States is normally between $215 and $245.

The IELTS exam costs between £170 and £195 in the United Kingdom.

The IELTS exam fee in Canada is typically between CAD 309 and CAD 319.

The IELTS exam fee in Australia is normally around AUD 340.

Please keep in mind that these are estimates and may vary depending on factors such as location, test module (Academic or General Training), and any additional services or options you select, such as express results or additional score reports. To acquire correct and up-to-date cost information for your specific region, always visit the official IELTS website or contact the test centre directly.

A: You can book your IELTS exam through the official websites of the two authorised test administrators, the British Council and IDP. Here are the websites where you can schedule your IELTS exam:

British Council India: To book your IELTS exam, go to the British Council India website at www.britishcouncil.in . You may get information regarding test dates, locations, and registration methods on their website.

IDP IELTS India: You can book your IELTS exam through the IDP IELTS India website at www.ieltsidpindia.com . Through their web portal, you may look up possible test dates and venues, as well as register for the exam.

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