What are IELTS
The IELTS or The English Language Testing System is a test that is required if a student wants to study, work or migrate to countries including Australia, Canada, New Zealand, UK and the USA where English is the native language. The better your IELTS score, the more professional and efficient your English communication skills are. The test covers four sections: Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. Specific IELTS score requirements will apply to each university, workplace, or institution. Most leading institutions will require at least 7.0 as the total score. They also require a section or band score of at least 6.5 in all four sections individually. What you want to do in the country will determine the score you require. More than 11,000 education and training providers worldwide accept IELTS as a valid certification. If the course is delivered in English, several colleges in non-English speaking nations also need an IELTS score. IELTS involves two things: Academic and General Training. The Listening and Speaking parts of the exam are the same for everyone, however the Reading and Writing portions are not. Every IELTS test’s Listening, Reading, and Writing components are finished on the same day and without a break. But you can take the Speaking test up to a week before or after the other exams. The exam lasts two hours and forty-five minutes in total.
At TUTO, our IELTS course gives the students an in-depth learning about the various aspects of the test. Your child will develop their English language abilities and communication skills and have a competitive edge for their future careers. We focus on the four areas of the IELTS. In the IELTS listening section, students are given recorded passages by their instructors, who then ask them to respond to questions based on the text. These tests feature multiple choice, sentence completion, short answer, and passage-style questions. The students will be required to do a live interview for the IELTS speaking portion, which will include a variety of themes. These may be based on their interests, hobbies, or current events. These interviews are assessed, and comments are provided. We provide our students academic literature to read for the IELTS reading part and then ask them to respond to questions based on it. The writing element, which comes last, consists of individual written tasks that are assessed for their grammatical correctness and flow. To obtain more information on our IELTS course, contact us on +9715-640-640-55 and prepare yourself to take your IELTS!