IELTS

International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Exam

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About IELTS

IELTS is an internationally accepted English language proficiency test designed to assess the language ability of candidates who need to study or work, where English is used as the language of communication. IELTS stands for the “International English Language Testing System” . It is recognized by various immigration authorities, governments of various countries, universities, and institutes as an eligibility criterion

Who is it for ?

The IELTS has two versions of the exam:

IELTS Academic

The IELTS Academic assesses English language proficiency for people who plan to study overseas or seeking professional registration.

A band score of 6.5 band not less than 6 in each module is required to qualify for undergraduate and postgraduate program.

There are 89 universities in Canada alone and over 9000 institutes across the globe that accept IELTS score.


IELTS General Training

The IELTS General Training exam measures English language proficiency in practical everyday context. It is designed for people seeking to migrate to an English speaking country.

The tasks in the test reflect an aspirant’s response to both workplace and social situations.

Quick and easy way to add points to your permanent residence application which can play a crucial role in determining your eligibility.

IELTS Info

Exam Fee

INR 15,500 for both pen-paper and computer delivered examination

Test Location

50+ Test locations Pan India

Validity

2 Years

Exam Frequency

4 times in a month

Result

Paper Based Test – 13 days

Computer Delivered Test – 3 to 5 days

Study and Settle Overseas

IELTS band requirement differ for migration and study permit. They also vary from country to country.

Australia

6.0+ Band

7.0+ Band

Canada

6.0+ Band

7.0+ Band

usa

6.0+ Band

7.0+ Band

uk

6.0+ Band

7.0+ Band

Evaluation Test
  • Check your predicted IELTS band

  • Highlight key strengths and weaknesses

  • Get personalised practice material

  • Compete with potential IELTS test takers

  • Instant Evaluation

  • Takes less than 5 minutes


Date and Frequency

IELTS test dates are offered upto 4 times in a month making a total of 48 fixed dates in one calender year. The availability of IELTS dates in India may differ for Academic and General IELTS.

Center and Admit Card

The IELTS Exam is offered across more than 50 locations across India. There is no admit card provided for IELTS examination.

Result

IELTS Exam results ase released 10 calendar days after the test for the paper based exam and 5-7 calendar days for the computer based test. The Candidate will receive only ONE original Test Report from (TRF).

Score Reporting

A candidate may request up to 5 additional TRFs to be sent to the receiving institutions (universities, professional bodies, etc) within 1 month of taking the IELTS test. TRFs sent by courier will be sent via DHL and students will be charged accordingly. If the receiving institution accepts electronic submission of scores then that can be arranged through the IDP IELTS office free of charge.

Score Validity

2 Years

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IELTS Test Pattern

  • The second module conducted is Listening.
  • The module has 4 parts and the audio is around 30 minutes long.
  • 10 minutes given to transfer the answers (only in case of pen and paper test).
  • The number of questions is 40, each carrying one mark (no negative marking).

  • The third module conducted is Reading.
  • The module has 3 passages and the time given is 60 minutes.
  • No extra time to transfer answers.
  • The number of questions is 40, each carrying one mark (no negative marking).

  • The first module conducted is Writing.
  • The duration of module is 60 minutes.
  • There are 2 tasks- report writing (150 words) and essay writing (250 words).

  • Can be conducted prior to or after L/R/W.
  • One on one interview.
  • The module lasts around 11-14 minutes.
  • It consists of 3 parts- Introduction and Interview (4-5 minutes), Long Turn (3 minutes) and Discussion (4-5 minutes).

  • The second module conducted is Listening.
  • The module has 4 parts and the audio is around 30 minutes long.
  • 10 minutes given to transfer the answers (only in case of pen and paper test).
  • The number of questions is 40, each carrying one mark (no negative marking).

  • The third module conducted is Reading.
  • The module has 5 sections and the time given is 60 minutes.
  • No extra time to transfer answers.
  • The number of questions is 40, each carrying one mark (no negative marking).

  • The first module conducted is Writing.
  • The duration of module is 60 minutes.
  • There are 2 tasks- letter writing (150 words) and essay writing (250 words).

  • Can be conducted prior to or after L/R/W.
  • One on one interview.
  • The module lasts around 11-14 minutes.
  • It consists of 3 parts- Introduction and Interview (4-5 minutes), Long Turn (3 minutes) and Discussion (4-5 minutes).