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Vdiec Global Connect Pvt Ltd replied | 11 Apr

IELTS academic module is for students who wish to study abroad, and IELTS general module is for people who wish to migrate to any international country, for a job or any other settlement.

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Visa Ielts replied | 21 Jun

In IELTS GT test generally accepted for immigration and work purpose where as IELTS acd for admission in university and collages in countries like US,UK,AUS,NZ,Canada,Europe.

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Kunal 25 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

When was IELTS started?

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R Sharma replied | 28 Mar

1989.

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Careersabroad.in replied | 01 Apr

Started in 1989 and it's jointly managed by British Council, IDP Australia and Cambridge English Language Assessment.

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Kumarpalaksha 25 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

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Learnsocial.com replied | 06 Apr

Have a good score in IELTS does not assure you of a job. The score just tells the prospective employer that you have a good working knowledge of English.

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Learnsocial.com replied | 06 Apr

Having a good score in IELTS does not assure you of a job. The score just tells the prospective employer that you have a good working knowledge of English.

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T.v. 25 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

What is band 1 in IELTS score?

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Pramada replied | 31 Mar

you just know alphabet of English...

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Praveenkumar replied | 01 Apr

Actually there is no band 1.it starts from 4

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User 24 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

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Visa Ielts replied | 22 Jun

Yes ,it is essential to have good score in IELTS for admission in well reputed university abroad.

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Seema replied | 28 Jun

Yes, your scores matter a lot. Good scores can really help you to get admission in good universities abroad.

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Abhigna 24 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

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Ferengez replied | 24 May

Write on a variety of subjects and get a teacher to help correct it for you! Get to an IELTS site n you will get several topics to write on! All the best.

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Sandhya R replied | 24 May

Hi Abhigna I dont know which exam you were preparing for so i gave you bacis info for 2 types IELTS exam

Academic is for students who are applying to universities for their higher education
The IELTS Academic Writing test takes 60 minutes. Candidates have to complete two tasks, of 150 and 250 words. In task 1, candidates are asked to describe some information...  more»
Hi Abhigna I dont know which exam you were preparing for so i gave you bacis info for 2 types IELTS exam

Academic is for students who are applying to universities for their higher education
The IELTS Academic Writing test takes 60 minutes. Candidates have to complete two tasks, of 150 and 250 words. In task 1, candidates are asked to describe some information in the form of one or more bar charts, line graphs, diagrams, pie charts or tables. In task 2, candidates are given an opinion, a problem or an issue to discuss.

General for people who are going to a English speaking country for job or Migration
The IELTS General Training Writing test takes 60 minutes. Candidates have to complete two tasks, of 150 and 250 words, as in the Academic module. However, task 1 is always a letter, while task 2 is an essay based on a given topic. The topics of the questions will be of general interest, and no specialist knowledge is required. For example, topics can include travel, accommodation, current affairs, shops and services, health and welfare, health and safety, recreation, social and physical environment. «less

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Visa Ielts replied | 21 Jun

Well if u preparing for IELTs GT and academic than you have to write a letter in first and graph in second containing 150 words at least. For graph you have to describe information provide in bar chart or process. But in letter you have to write complain\inquiry\suggestion\asking information etc.The most important is essay where you are suppose to demonstrate your writing skill...  more»
Well if u preparing for IELTs GT and academic than you have to write a letter in first and graph in second containing 150 words at least. For graph you have to describe information provide in bar chart or process. But in letter you have to write complain\inquiry\suggestion\asking information etc.The most important is essay where you are suppose to demonstrate your writing skill lexical resources,cohesive and coherence etc at least 250words .General topic Environment problem pollution,,social problems like traffic situation,crime etc «less

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Visa Ielts replied | 22 Jun

Writing section is one of toughest for even native English people. hence good writing skill indeed helpful in ielts.

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Seema replied | 28 Jun

Try to write Task 1 and Task 2. In IELTS writing basically you need to adhere the parameters to get good score. For this you can take the help of a tutor who can check your writing and share the feedback with you.

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Raindial 24 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

What kind of questions can I expect in IELTS listening section?

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Ferengez replied | 01 Apr

Please go online and check out the several mock tests provided. They are v helpful.

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Michelle replied | 04 Apr

It usually depends.

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Durgesh 23 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

Is there any particular date for IELTS exam?

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Tarun replied | 23 Mar

Check on India Delhi Patna (IDP) or British Council website.

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Iec replied | 16 Apr

Yes, it's! There are different dates set for the exam. You can check the exam dates on the British Counsil website!

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Chittaranjan 23 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

How many number of candidates take IETS a year?

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Seven Seas Ielts And Toefl Coaching Center replied | 23 Mar

when you feel you are ready to take the test, you need to register for a test date with an IELTS centre. Contact the centre as soon as possible, as the number of test takers who can take the test on a particular date may be limited. you will need to pay the test fees when you register.

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Careersabroad.in replied | 01 Apr

Over 2.5 Million a year around the world.

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Vivek 23 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

How should I prepare for the listening section in IELTS exam?

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Ferengez replied | 24 May

Audio options are available on the net! Happy listening!

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Sandhya R replied | 24 May

There are four sections in the listening test. Each section has 10 questions, making a total of 40 questions. The sections become progressively harder. The answers to the questions come in the same order as the information on the recording. The whole test lasts about 30 minutes, including the instructions, your reading and listening time, and the time allowed for transferring your...  more»
There are four sections in the listening test. Each section has 10 questions, making a total of 40 questions. The sections become progressively harder. The answers to the questions come in the same order as the information on the recording. The whole test lasts about 30 minutes, including the instructions, your reading and listening time, and the time allowed for transferring your answers from the questions paper to an answer sheet.

Section 1
This is a conversation between two speakers on an everyday, social topic. This means that you listen to two people talking to each other about arranging a trip, organising an event, etc. The focus is on listening for specific factual information.

Section 2
This is a talk by one speaker on a general topic. This means that you listen to one person giving information about a public event, a service provided, etc. The focus is on listening for specific factual information.

Section 3
This is a discussion between two to four speakers on a topic related to ‘academic needs’. This means that you listen to up to four people talking to each other about an assignment for a course, an academic subject in a seminar, etc. The focus is on listening for specific factual information, attitudes and speakers’ opinions.

Section 4
This is a lecture or talk by one speaker on an academic or study-related topic. This means that you listen to a person giving a lecture, a talk, etc. The focus is on listening for main ideas, specific factual information, attitude and speakers’ opinions.

You will be allowed approximately 30 seconds to study the questions before the test begins. You can use this time to check what types of answers are needed (for example, dates, times, names, money, etc.), and pay special attention to the first question. «less

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Twinkle 23 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

What kind of questions can I expect in IELTS writing section?

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Ferengez replied | 02 Apr

There are several mock tests available on different sites. Of course there are differences in topics between the Academic and General segments of the IELTS exams.

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Rashmi replied | 03 Apr

If it is the Ielts general test, you will have to write a letter for task -1, a formal or informal of minimum 150-words. for task -2 , you will be asked to write an essay on a certain topic where you will be required to discuss your or advantages disadvantages, maybe validate your opinion with relevant examples or offer suggestions for betterment. For this task a word limit of...  more»
If it is the Ielts general test, you will have to write a letter for task -1, a formal or informal of minimum 150-words. for task -2 , you will be asked to write an essay on a certain topic where you will be required to discuss your or advantages disadvantages, maybe validate your opinion with relevant examples or offer suggestions for betterment. For this task a word limit of minimum 250 is mandatory.
Incase of Ielts academic test your task one will comprise of a visual data, which could be a diagram, map, a bar/ pie chart, line graph, tabular chart or image of a machine, device It's component parts and the various steps of its functions...you will have to view each detail carefully and write your observation...minimum word limit 150. Task -2 will again require you to write an essay similar to what I explained above,only exception being that the topics for the Ielts academic test are a little more varied. For completing both tasks you will have 60 minutes. Specifically 20 minutes for task -1 and 40 minutes for task -2. «less

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Hari 22 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

What is the Duration of IELTS exam?

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Anshoo replied | 04 Apr

2 hours 45 minutes

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Iec replied | 05 Apr

Basically, the duration is 35 hours classes. Which can be covered in 5 days or may be in the one and half month.

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Pratheema 22 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

What is the score/grade range in IELTS?

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Tarun replied | 23 Mar

The band score varies between 2.5 to 9.

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Sandhya R replied | 24 May

The IELTS scores you are given provide an assessment of your level of English.

This can then be used by the institution you are applying to decide if you have the ability to successfully complete their course of study, or successfully live and work in the country if you are applying for work or citizenship.

The overall IELTS scores and descriptors are illustrated...  more»
The IELTS scores you are given provide an assessment of your level of English.

This can then be used by the institution you are applying to decide if you have the ability to successfully complete their course of study, or successfully live and work in the country if you are applying for work or citizenship.

The overall IELTS scores and descriptors are illustrated below

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9
Expert user
Has fully operational command of the language: appropriate, accurate and fluent with complete understanding.
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Very good user
Has fully operational command of the language with only occasional unsystematic inaccuracies. Misunderstandings occur in unfamiliar situations. Handles complex detailed argumentation as well.
7
Good user
Has operational command of the language, though with occasional inaccuracies, inappropriacies and misunderstandings in some situations. Generally handles complex language well and understands detailed reasoning.
6
Competent user
Has generally effective command of the language despite some inaccuracies, inappropriacies and misunderstandings. Can use and understand fairly complex language, particularly in familiar situations.
5
Modest user
Has partial command of the language, coping with overall meaning in most situations, though is likely to make many mistakes. Should be able to handle basic communication in own field.
4
Limited user
Basic competence is limited to familiar situations. Has frequent problems in understanding and expression. Is not able to use complex language.
3
Extremely limited user
Conveys and understands only general meaning in very familiar situations. Frequent breakdowns in communication occur.
2
Intermittent user
No real communication is possible except for the most basic information using isolated words or short formulae in familiar situations and to meet immediate needs. Has great difficulty in understanding spoken and written English.
1
Non user
Essentially has no ability to use the language beyond possibly a few isolated words.
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Did not attempt the test
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Urvashi 22 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

How often IELTS exam is conducted?

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Tarun replied | 23 Mar

It is conducted in slots and you can book your slot.

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Careersabroad.in replied | 01 Apr

4 times a month and 48 times a year.

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Nitesh 21 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

Can I cancel my application for IELTS exam in case of any emergency?

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Pramada replied | 03 Apr

only on medical emergency with proof is possible

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Pramada replied | 04 Apr

only on serious health emergency you can cancel with proofs

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Avinash 21 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

How should I prepare for the reading section in IELTS exam?

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Pramada replied | 21 Mar

IELTS preparation is not instant.. should have good reading abilities and habituated reading..

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Eduhub replied | 04 Jun

Reading is one of the challenging sections among all other sections, as it demands strong vocabulary, time management and strong observation skills. Most of the students find constraints attempting this section as it requires appropriate strategies to crack this particular section. TIP 1: Student must not read the whole passage instead follow SKIM, SCAN, ANALYSE strategy to find...  more»
Reading is one of the challenging sections among all other sections, as it demands strong vocabulary, time management and strong observation skills. Most of the students find constraints attempting this section as it requires appropriate strategies to crack this particular section. TIP 1: Student must not read the whole passage instead follow SKIM, SCAN, ANALYSE strategy to find an answer. TIP 2: ...... and many more. «less

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Dinesh 21 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

What is the purpose of taking IELTS exam?

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Careersabroad.in replied | 01 Apr

To show the evidence of one's English proficiency for education or immigration purposes.

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Eduhub replied | 04 Jun

IELTS is one of the world's most popular English Language Test considered by more than 9000 organizations. This test assist High Commission, Universities and Professional organisations to understand the level of English Language among Non- English Speakers.

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Dr. 21 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

What is IELTS General training module?

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Careersabroad.in replied | 01 Apr

IELTS both Academic and General modules are used to test one's English proficiency.

1. General module is used for Immigration purposes
2. Academic module is used for Education Purposes.

Good Luck!

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Eduhub replied | 04 Jun

IELTS General Training module is for the professionals those you want to migrate in any of the English Countries.
It contains four sections Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking wherein candidate will be assessed on the proficiency of English Language.

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Manjeet 21 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

Looking for IELTS faculty

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Careersabroad.in replied | 01 Apr

Good Luck for your search in Urban Pro and other sources.

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Rakesh 20 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

What is IELTS Academic module?

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Kornerston replied | 30 Mar

IELTS Academic and General are the same. Academic module is meant for students, medical profession and teaching profession...

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Careersabroad.in replied | 01 Apr

IELTS academic module is used for education purposes. Students need to opt for Academic module for higher education.

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Iqbal 20 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

Can you tell me about IELTS pattern?

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Pramada replied | 04 Apr

Listening, Speaking (Common for Academic and General), Writing and Reading .. these all 4 sections include in IELTS

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Eduhub replied | 04 Jun

IELTS Test is the English Language proficiency test which assess English Communication Skills in four different sections i.e. Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking.

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Kajal 20 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

How should I prepare for the writing section in IELTS exam?

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Pramada replied | 04 Apr

Practice daily with some writing activity atleast

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Eduhub replied | 04 Jun

Writing Section varies in Academic and General Module. The common question between both is Essay Writing wherein candidate must differentiate questions - Opinion, Advantages/ Disadvantages, Problems. On the basis of which essay should be draft. Task Assessment, Grammar, Lexical Resource (vocabulary) and Coherence are the parameters that must be taken care while drafting the same.

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Dilip 20 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

Do I need to pass all the four sections to qualify IELTS?

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Careersabroad.in replied | 01 Apr

Yes, you need to achieve minimum bands in each section along with required overall band. Please focus much on your weaker modules and get high bands in familiar sections. The average would be a great score. Good Luck!

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Eduhub replied | 04 Jun

Certainly, all the sections carry minimum band requirement that must be attained to be eligible for particular course or immigration purposes.

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Utpal 19 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

What are advantages of qualifying IELTS?

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Careersabroad.in replied | 01 Apr

IELTS Academic module used by students for higher education in abroad.
IELTS General module used by immigration applicants.

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Careersabroad.in replied | 01 Apr

Its basically English Proficiency Test.

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Ankita 18 Mar in  IELTS Coaching classes

Can you give me some tips to crack IELTS in the first attempt?

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Pankaj replied | 05 Apr

dyes I can! Contact over phone or mail- Pankaj Chaturvedi IELTS

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Eduhub replied | 04 Jun

Regular practice is key, but do give yourself a breather; a day off of your hectic prep in a week won t do you any harm. They don t say that slow and steady wins the race for no reason! Long intervals are not a good idea though!
As you take practice tests, you will notice your areas of weakness that you may need to put some extra time into. Don t get carried away and put too...  more»
Regular practice is key, but do give yourself a breather; a day off of your hectic prep in a week won’t do you any harm. They don’t say that slow and steady wins the race for no reason! Long intervals are not a good idea though!
As you take practice tests, you will notice your areas of weakness that you may need to put some extra time into. Don’t get carried away and put too much time into your weak areas alone though. Make sure you cover and work on all areas. «less

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