In this post we will explain what the IELTS test is and look at frequently asked questions.
What is the IELTS Test?
IELTS stands for 'International English Language Testing System'. If you want to study at an English-speaking University or live and work in a country whose first language is English, then there is a good chance that you need to do an IELTS test.
IELTS tests are taken over 2.9 million times each year.
10,000 different organizations (universities, schools, governments and businesses) in 140 countries accept the IELTS test.
The final band for this student is the nearest half or whole number = 6.5
I have a test soon. What Should I do to prepare?
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About The IELTS Test
Academic Writing Task 1
Academic Writing Task 2
Cause And Effect
Coherence And Cohesion
Complete The Notes
Complete The Table
Frequently Asked Questions
General Training Reading
General Writing Task 1
General Writing Task 2
Listening Section 1
Listening Section 2
Listening Section 3
Listening Section 4
Problem Solution Essay
Speaking Part 1
Speaking Part 2
Speaking Part 3
True / False / Not Given