Delivering Quality Education Cost-Effectively!

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International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is the most popular English Language proficiency test in the world. It is designed for those who intend to study or work where English is used as the primary language for communication. The test measures the skills of an individual in four main components Speaking, Writing, Listening and Speaking.

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Apeiro Training Services - Delivering Quality Education Cost-Effectively!

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Overview What is IELTS ? IELTS Test Format Which IELTS is right for me? IELTS Tips and Tricks

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What is IELTS? International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is the most popular English Language proficiency test in the world. It is designed for those who intend to study or work where English is used as the primary language for communication . The test measures the skills of an individual in four main components Speaking, Writing, Listening and Speaking .

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There are two types of IELTS Tests: IELTS Academics and IELTS General Training If you are applying for higher education or in quest of professional registration, you need to pass IELTS Academic. This test assesses whether you are eligible to begin your studies or undertake training in an environment where English is the only mode of communication. Types of IELTS Tests & Which one is right for you? If you want to stay overseas for secondary education, training programs or work experience, you need to pass IELTS General Training Test as it emphases on basic survival skills in social and workplace contexts.

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Test Formats The Listening, Reading and Writing assessment in both the IELTS Tests (IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training) is taken on the same day with no breaks in between them. However, the speaking component is assessed a week before or after the other tests. The tests take 2 hours and 45 minutes to complete.

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Some Useful Tips Listening Writing answers in capital can help you avoid punctuation mistakes Make sure not to divert the attention by focusing on the spellings. You can do it while transferring your answer to the sheet. Use your checking time at the end of each section Reading Make sure you answer all the questions in order Don’t leave the boxes empty even if you are not sure of the correct answer Read the questions clearly and then find information in the texts

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Punctuation is essential to achieve the desired score. Keep the sentences short as it helps to express the ideas clearly Writing Never jump to any conclusion before considering both the sides of the question (positive/negative), (advantages/disadvantages), (problem /solution) As long as you attempt the question, there is no right or wrong answer. The language is given more important than the ideas . Speaking There’s one rule! The more you talk, the higher your score will be Going off topic may increase the chances of failure Provide shorter Talk about PART 2 at least for 90 seconds

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