About the IELTS test
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IELTS band scores converter Your IELTS result is given as a result from 0 to 9.0, increasing by 0.5 bands at a time (e.g. 5.0, 5.5, 6.0, 6.5). The result ...Read More
Who should take IELTS? Minimum requirements for IELTS You do not have to have any specific level of English before you can take the IELTS test, although of course it ...Read More
Recommended IELTS books The IELTS High Impact series We can definitely recommend this series - because we wrote them ourselves! There are four books in the series (a student book, ...Read More
General advice about preparing for IELTS Become familiar with the test format When you have decided that you need to take the IELTS test, it is worthwhile making sure you ...Read More
Common myths about IELTS Is the IELTS test harder in some countries? Is IDP easier than the British Council? Can you predict the next writing topic? In the years that ...Read More
Booking your IELTS test Visit the official website The first step in booking your IELTS test is to find out the location of your nearest testing centre by clicking here ...Read More
Differences between the Academic and General Training IELTS test The two types There are two types of IELTS test - the Academic Module and the General Training Module. It is ...Read More
About the IELTS test What is IELTS? IELTS is the acronym for the International English Language Testing System. It is a test of English language ability. It is increasing in ...Read More
About IELTS writing It is very important to note that there are significant differences between the Academic Module and the General Training IELTS writing test. Parts of the test There ...Read More
IELTS speaking test format Timing and requirements *Note that the listening test is the same for the General Training and Academic Module test There are three parts to the IELTS ...Read More
About the IELTS reading test The IELTS reading test takes 60 minutes to complete, has three sections and a total of 40 questions. You need to make sure that your ...Read More
The IELTS Listening test *Note that the listening test is the same for the General Training and Academic Module test Timing and requirements There are four sections in the IELTS ...Read More
Do I need Academic or General Training IELTS? As you probably know, there are two types of IELTS test - the Academic Module and the General Training Module IELTS test ...Read More
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