What do you know about the IELTS Test?

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Charlie is a former IELTS Examiner with 25 years' teaching experience all over the world. His courses, for both English language learners and teachers, have been taken by over 100,000 students in over 160 countries around the world.

59 thoughts on “What do you know about the IELTS Test?”

  1. IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System and is made to reveal the mastering level of English of perspn who either applies for it persuing immigration (general), studying (academic) purposes or seeking UK Visa (life). It is recognized across the globe.

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  2. Ielts are of three types, General, academic and life skill. They are used to testing once understand with English language and this can be done in four session, listening, speaking, writing and reading.

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  3. IELTS Mean international English Language Testing System, Majorly for international students who wants to work or study abroad, country like the Uk, US, Australia and Canada, it Dividid into 3category General for Immigration purposes , Academic and skills worker. UK visa , speaking and listening , the exam is 2hr 40m

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  4. It’s is a test recognized all over the world ,it’s designed to access the English language skills of people who need to work or study or simple live where English is the main language for communication

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  5. IELTS test comprise of 4 parts including listening, reading , writing and speaking. It is used for study and immigration.

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  6. International English Language Test System

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  7. IELTS stand for International English Language Testing System

    There are four types of test in IELTS which are as follows: Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking

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  8. IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System. It is a test designed to assess the English language skills of candidates who intend to continue their undergraduate or graduate studies in educational institutes that teaches in English, who want to start their careers in a work environment that requires English language, or who wants to live in countries in which English language is the primary language.

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