Looking to register for IELTS but don’t know where or how to start?
Here are a few things to note about the IELTS Test.
IELTS is an acronym for – International English Language Testing System. It measures the language proficiency of people who want to study or work where English is used as a language of communication.
IELTS scores are trusted by organizations across the world. Your IELTS band scores decide the level of competence in the English language. It tells how much you understand English Speaking, Listening, Reading, and Writing.
Yes, IELTS comprises of reading, writing, speaking, and listening sections.
Prep Duration: It is a 4-week intensive course that enables students to acquire English language proficiency in preparation for the IELTS test.
Minimum Score Requirement: Your test results are reported in band scores from 1.0, the lowest, to 9.0, the highest, in half band increments. You will receive an overall band score, as well as individual band scores for each test section – Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking.
While minimum required band scores differ with purpose of travel and destination, a general recommendation is to score at least 7.0.
Acceptance: IELTS is accepted by Universities in Australia, the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, New Zealand, and Ireland.
IELTS is also accepted by more than 11,000 organizations across 140 countries, these include universities, companies, government organizations and migration agencies.
Here are some simple things that you can do from home to maintain your general English level.
- Test yourself with practice questions
- Record yourself doing an IELTS Speaking test
- Test out computer delivered IELTS
- Check your bookshelf
- Take some time to learn all about the IELTS test
- Keep your general English level up
For more information, contact Oxford Test Prep.
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