IELTS (The International English Language Testing System, is a global standard for assessing the language ability of people who plan to study or work in a country that English is the official language. IELTS is the world’s leading test of English, it has more than 1 million candidates every year, you can be one of them and attain a high score. How?
In the bid to attain a high score in IELTS you need to either read on your own as you will never read again, get materials to get you prepared, or employ the service of successful tutors if possible, tutors that have excelled in the IELTS exam so that you too can have the same success story.
Further, you can join a group that has a successful pool of IELTS students who can share their experiences and give more tips on excelling in the examination.
Candidates can take either online or physical classes to save them from stress but ensure your classes align with your schedule and not against it as you do not want to pay for services you will not have time to use.
Be rest assured, whatever you might need the IELTS examination for – work, migration, scholarship purposes, and so on, you can attain success!
Many candidates whine about how IELTS can be a little overwhelming but I say – the right attitude and preparation can make your first attempt your only attempt.
Let me tell you about the IELTS examination – it is a two (2) hours and forty-five (45) minutes test that assesses the four language skills; Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking. The time for each language skill – Listening (40 minutes), Reading (60 minutes), Writing (60 minutes), and Speaking (11–14 minutes).
There is no pass mark in IELTS, the institution or establishment where the result is needed determines the pass mark. The IELTS result is valid for two years after which it is of no use. The score band is from 0-9.
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