Studium Group offers intensive and comprehensive training services to people aspiring to obtain an acceptable score in IELTS. We have professional, experienced and trained teachers for IELTS Coaching.
How do we train international students for the IELTS test? We conduct a mock test on the first day of training, simulating the testing conditions, to gauge where the person stands in terms of his English abilities.
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) tests the language skills of people looking to work or study abroad in countries where English is the primary language used for communication. The IELTS test uses a nine-band scale to clearly define competency levels, from non-user (band score 1) to expert (band score 9).
IELTS is the most common English test in the world for higher education and overseas immigration. It continues the significant role that IELTS has long played in language and abroad studies at all the English speaking countries. IELTS is jointly owned by the British Council, IDP Australia and Cambridge English Language Assessment, across more than 1000 locations around 140 countries.
International students can appear for an IELTS test at more than 1,000 centers and locations across the globe. This global check carries the highest quality of assurance levels. Carrying out 1,4 million global checks.
IELTS Test Format
There are two types of IELTS Test which lasts about 3 hours. The complete test time is 2 hours and 45 minutes. The type of IELTS test depends upon the candidate. If you are planning to study abroad, then you will need to appear for Academic IELTS and if you are migrating abroad on a work permit, then you can appear for the General IELTS test. The IELTS test is mandatory in both the case for immigration to English speaking country.
Examiners would look for proof of your ability to grasp key concepts and accurate factual facts, speakers 'views and behaviors, the meaning of an utterance, and proof of your ability to pursue concepts.
- Academic IELTS – This test is intended for students pursuing higher education at international universities and for professionals such as medical professionals who wish to study abroad in a English speaking country.
- General Training – This test is intended for those who wish to undergo non-academic training / acquire work experience or immigrate to English speaking countries.
There are two types of Modules in IELTS test, Academic IELTS and General IELTS. In both the modules listening and speaking are similar, but the subject matter of the Reading and Writing sections differ depending on the test you take.
IELTS Listening Test: It will take about 30 minutes for the IELTS listening exam, and you will have an additional 10 minutes to pass your responses to the response pad.
Firstly, the test is played non-stop for Listening and the students answer the questions while they listen. When the exam is over, the answers clarify the emphasis on the spellings, writing rules, and markings.
The same task is then replayed taking breaks at each answer and explaining the same thing to the students. In this way the testing is done on four tests.
IELTS Reading Test: You will be required to complete all three parts of the IELTS Academic or General Reading test within 1 hour. Our teachers give information on various types of questions for Writing, and explain the approach to answering the same.
Generally the passages are allocated after introductory discussion and students are asked to complete the same. Questions are answered with the students at the end of each exam, and responses are explained.
IELTS Writing Test: For the IELTS writing test you will be required to complete two tasks within 1 hour. Firstly, the types of tasks are clarified by essay-writing guidelines for the writing section.
Students are required to prepare 4 task 1 type essays and 4 task 2 type essays. Each essay is assessed, and recommendations are given for improving the essay.
IELTS Speaking Test: Prepare for your IELTS Speaking test, and get prepared to deal with the test structure. For the speaking part, one-on - one sessions are performed exactly on test lines, and after the session, the answers are addressed.
Scores are given, and recommendations to improve the scores are issued. Mock-tests are administered after classroom sessions simulating the test conditions and scores are given for each mock test.
The ratings are usually valid for 2 years, and the results are recognized internationally including France, Singapore, Australia, UK, Ireland, Canada, New Zealand, USA, Dubai and other European institutions.
IELTS is a free, accurate and reliable test of real-life communication skills for education, immigration and professional accreditation in English.
IELTS is rated 0 – 9, defined as the Band Scale. In general, every segment needs a score of at least 6 bands for UG & 6.5 bands for PG. For each skill (reading, listening, writing and speaking) you will get a band score, as well as an overall band score. Total band score is an average score of all the skills. The result will be available 15 working days from the date of exam.
Once the test is over, the person is given the scores. Afterwards we continue the training in the classroom. We use the IELTS Book of Cambridge, an official IELTS guide, to hold classroom sessions. Firstly, the test is played non-stop for Listening and the students answer the questions while they listen.
When the test is over, the answers clarify the emphasis on the scheme of spellings, writing rules, and markings. The same test is then replayed taking breaks at each answer and explaining the same thing to the students. In this way the testing is done on four measures.
For the Reading section our teachers give information on various types of questions, and explain the approach to answering the same. Typically the passages are allocated after introductory discussion and students are asked to complete the same. Questions are addressed with the students at the end of each exam, and responses are explained. In this way, the students complete four exams. Debate is an important part of reading sessions. Firstly, the types of tasks are clarified by essay-writing guidelines for the writing section.
How can we get details of the location for the IELTS Test?
IELTS is administered by the British Council, hence specifics of the location for the IELTS test is given 7 days before the exam.
How many hours will IELTS / PTE / TOEFL Coaching take?
30 hours of coaching is provided for IELTS / PTE / TOEFL.
Does Studium offer the courseware, or do we need to buy it?
Once the applicant enrolls for the coaching, study material will be given
How many mock tests does Studium offer?
Studium provides 20 full length mock test in the coaching
What is the difference between Academic and General in the IELTS?
Academic Test – Applicants wishing to migrate to a specific country for study purposes abroad.
General Test – Candidates intending to migrate to any country for work purposes.
What modules are included in IELTS?
The IELTS test has four sections: Reading, Writing, Learning and Speaking.
How to prepare for the IELTS Test?
Prepare for your test using a selection of free IELTS research materials and British Council tools.
The first step to making sure you're ready to do IELTS is to train for it and you know what to expect on the day of the exam.
Our IELTS test study materials will familiarize you with the test format and boost your faith while writing, walking, reading, and listening to English. Even if you believe you are a competent English user, with our helpful IELTS training material we still suggest that you prepare thoroughly for your test. Note that on the same day you will take the Listening, Reading and Writing tests with no breaks between them, so it is necessary to practice under similar conditions. Remember that every test is presented over a number of web pages when taking the tests. Make sure you answer all of the questions and execute the tasks in the correct order on every list.
What is the Difference between IELTS/PTE/TOEF
IELTS is a paper based test and PTE & TOEFL are online exams. All of them are conducted to check the English proficiency level of the candidates.