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IELTS Preparation with SI Truvisory

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IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System, with the help of which people migrate, study, and work in developed countries. To attain the required score, one must qualify the IELTS test and its required standards.

IELTS test uses a 9 band scale to test the language proficiency of a person.

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Which IELTS test should I opt for?

Basically, there are two types of IELTS test:

IELTS Academic

If you would like to pursue higher education then you should go for an academic test.

IELTS General Training

On the other hand, if you would like to have work experience or training programs or secondary education or you wish to migrate to an English speaking country then you must go for this category.

The person has to go through the 4 basic modules for both the tests:

  • Reading
  • Listening
  • Writing
  • Speaking

The criteria for Listening and Speaking will be the same in both the tests. But, the test format for writing and reading will be different for academic and general training tests.


What will be the Test Format?

The total test time will be 2 hours and 45 minutes.

The Listening, Reading, and Writing will be conducted on the same day without any break.

While the speaking test will be held before or after the main test (LRW test). It won’t take more than 30 minutes to be completed.

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Here are the different types of test formats:

Listening Format

Under this module, you will be listening to a range of accents or voices and that could be Australian, British, North American, or New Zealand accents.

There will be 4 different types of subsections starting with easy to more difficult levels. The recordings will be played one by one and you have to write answers on the sheet provided by the invigilator.

Duration of the test: 40 minutes (Additional 10 minutes will be provided in order to shift answers from a question booklet to the answer sheet)

Total number of questions: 40

Each section has ten questions and they are arranged in a sequence manner as per the recording will be played.

There will be different types of questions that will be placed in the test and here is the proper elaboration of these types:

  • Multiple-choice questions
  • Match types
  • Map Or Label a diagram Or a flow chart
  • Form completion
  • Sentence completion
  • Equipment Handling & Maintenance
  • One word answers
  • Safety and Security

Speaking Format

The English speaking ability of a person will be evaluated in this module by a certified examiner in the IELTS Speaking test and you will be tested on the basis of the following factors:

  • Fluency
  • Pronunciation
  • Usage of vocabulary
  • Grammatical range and accuracy

Duration of the test: 12 - 15 minutes (The speaking tests are recorded)

Section 1 - In the first section, you will be asked some general questions related to yourself, family, friends, your surroundings, and hobbies. This will be mainly an introductory section and it will take around 4-5 minutes.

Section 2 - In this part, you will be allotted with a topic, basically known as a cue card. You will have one minute to think about that particular topic, you have been allocated with and have to speak for 2 minutes on that. Once you will be done, the examiner will ask you one or two questions related with the same topic.

Section 3 - Section 3 will be interrelated with section 2 and the examiner will ask you some questions related to the topic that you spoke about. Or you could be asked some more specific questions about anything. This section of the test lasts between four and five minutes.

Reading Format

This is a bit tricky section of IELTS modules, as you need to read very quickly and efficiently, as it is critical to manage the time in order to answer the rest of the questions.

The content of the Reading test is different for IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training tests.

Duration: 60 minutes (No extra time will be allocated to you, so it is advisable to write the answers directly in the answer sheet).

For Academic Training Reading Module:

There are 3 sections containing different passages that will be long enough and one has to divide his time wisely. There will be a total of 2000- 2700 words of content.

The content for the passages mostly derived from different books, magazines, journals, and newspapers. Each section could have diagrams, graphs, or illustrations.

For General Training Reading Module:

Under this module, there will be 3 sections and section 1 & section 2 could be further divided into 2 pieces of writing, while the third section will be one long passage( you need to save more time for the third section).

Always make sure to read the instructions carefully, for example, if the instructions are to use “Choose no more than three words” or “Choose no more than two words” then you have to proceed as per the provided instructions.

Type of Questions:

  • True/False/Not Given
  • Match the headings
  • One word answers or Fill ups

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Writing Format

This module plays a critical role in order to check a person’s writing ability. There will be mainly two sections:

  • Task 1
  • Task 2(Common for both academic and general training)

Duration: 60 minutes

(It is always advisable to not spend more than 20 minutes on task 1 and rest of the time should be given to task 2)

For Academic Training Reading Module:

Task 1 deals with charts, graphs, diagrams, etc and the student must describe the information in his own words and should write about 150 words.

Task 2 will be more about writing an essay of around 250 words. Under this, the student will get to know a topic and he has to write his views.

For General Training Reading Module:

For students who would like to go for GT, Task 2 will be the same as explained above.

Under task 1, the student will be allocated with a situation (Formal/semi-formal/informal) and he has to write in his own words.

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