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IELTS is the Key to Unlock the World

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IELTS, International English Language Testing System, consists of four modules: Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing and takes two hours and 45 minutes to complete. Here are IELTS details:

One Listening module, consisting of 40 questions with approximately 30 minutes in total, includes multiple choice, short-answer questions, completion and matching tasks, and diagram labeling. The recording is played only once, but you are allowed to read the questions beforehand. You will be given an extra ten minutes at the end of the test to transfer your answer onto the answer sheet. You should be error-free both spelling and grammar for a score on the IELTS nine-band scale.

One Reading module is broken down into two modules: either Academic or General Training Reading. All types include multiple choice, short-answer questions, completion and matching tasks, and True/False/Not Given. The passages are taken from magazines, journals, books and newspapers, and the topics are of general interest. You must write your answer onto the answer sheet with error-free, but there is no extra time for this. You will have 40 minutes to complete this module.

One Writing module includes 2 tasks with 60 minutes to complete. In task 1, If you are willing to take the General IELTS Exam, then you must write a letter. The letter designed depends on the prompt given: formal, semi formal, or informal style. On contrary, the Academic Exam gives you a diagram or table of some kind, and you have to consider a set of report writing with 150 words. Task 1 will have 20 minutes to complete including plan, write, and revise. Next, In task 2, you are given prompt dealing with a current issue, and you should present and justify argument onto an essay with 250 words. To Plan, write, and revise your essay in 40 minutes are you recommended.

One Speaking module comes from one-to-one interview broken down into three parts. In the Part 1 (4-5 minutes), the examiner will ask a number of general questions: Introduce yourself, say where you come from, and talk about such topics as your family or home, your country or city, your job or studies, your interests or hobbies. Next, in the Part 2, you are given a card outlining particular topic with one minute to prepare (making note) if you wish. in this part, you will have 3-4 minutes to complete. In the last part, You have two-way discussion (4-5 minutes) with the examiner asking questions linked to the part 2. IELTS can be taken at test centres in over 100 countries. Test dates are fixed, and the test are normally available throughout the year in most areas. Further information and a list of local centres is available on the IELTS website.

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