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IELTS

International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
Website : http://www.ieltsidpindia.com /  https://ielts.britishcouncil.org/india
Exam  Registration : Online
Nature of Exam : Paper Based Test (PBT)
Test Fees : Rs.11,100/-
Documents required on test date: Valid Passport
Exam Result: 13 working days
Frequency of Test : Throughout the year
Score Validity : 2 Years

Free Test Score Reporting : Applicants canreport their IELTS score to  maximum of 5 universities as per the STED RO list free of cost after receiving the IELTS result.

Additional Test Score Reporting Fees : 

Rs.250/- per Institution via post & 1250/- via courier

International English Language Testing System tests the complete range of English language skills. It is a paper based test for English aptitude at any level for foreign universities. This exam is conducted worldwide by British Council, UK and IDP, Australia. IELTS test is available in two formats academic and general. For admissions to educational Institutions academic module is required and general module is for immigration. 

It is an internationally-recognized system for testing English language skills in listening, reading, writing and speaking. The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is the world’s most popular high-stakes English language proficiency test for study, work and migration with more than two million tests taken in the past year. IELTS results are recognized by more than 9,000 organizations, including educational institutions, employers, professional associations and governments, in 135 countries around the world.

Exam Pattern:

(Total Time : 2hrs 45mins)
  • Reading Section: 3 Sections, Time Allotted – 20 mins. for each section 
  • Listening Section: 4 Section, Time Allotted – 30 mins. 
  • Speaking Section: 11 to 15 mins. 
  • Writing Section: 2 Sections, Time Allotted –20 mins for 1section and 40 mins for other section
  • IELTS is out of 9.0 bands.

Sections

Questions

Time

Listening

40 questions

40 minutes

Reading

Academic Module

3 passages ( 40 questions)

60 minutes

General Module

3 sections (40 questions)

60 minutes

Writing

Academic Module

2 tasks (Diagram Prompt/Argument Prompt)

60 minutes

General Module

2 tasks (Letter Prompt/Essay Prompt)

60 minutes

Speaking

3 parts

11 – 15 minutes

FAQs

What if I need to postpone or cancel my application?

  • Please contact the test centre where you booked your test.   If you postpone or cancel your application more than 5 weeks before the test date, you will receive a refund minus an ad administration charge.      If you postpone or cancel within 5 weeks of the test date, you will be charged the full fee unless you have a medical reason.   If you provide a medical certificate within 5 days of the test date, you will receive a refund minus the local administrative cost.

 What if I am absent or sick on the day of my test?

  • If you are away on the test day with no prior notice, you will lose your full fee. However, if you are unable to attend due to a serious medical condition and provide a medical certificate within 5 days of the test date, you will receive a refund minus the local administrative cost.

 Can I reschedule/cancel the GMAT test date?

  • If you reschedule your GMAT appointment seven or more days before the test date, you will have to pay USD 50. However, if it is less than seven days, you will have to pay an additional USD 250. If you cancel your test appointment seven or more days before the test date, you will get USD 80 as refund. However, there is no refund if the test is cancelled less than 7 days before scheduled.

 How soon can I re-sit the test?

  • There is no limit on sitting the test. However, IELTS recommends you do additional study before taking the test again. Some test centers offer preparatory courses and language classes. Contact your local test center for more information. Download your IELTS Essentials preparation kit.

 Do I take all parts of the test on the same day?

  • The Listening, Reading and Writing components of the test are always completed immediately after each other and with no break. You will take the Speaking test up to 7 days either before or after the test date, depending on the test center.

 What if I am delayed by circumstances beyond my control (e.g. a transport strike)?

  • The test centre may offer you a test on the next available test date.

 What can I take into the examination room?

  • Only pens, pencils and erasers. You must bring the passport/national identity card you used on the IELTS Application Form to the test. You must leave everything else outside the examination room. Mobile phones and pagers must be switched off and placed with personal belongings in the area designated by the supervisor. If you do not switch off your phone/pager or if you keep it with you, you will be disqualified. Find out more about test day.

 Which part do I take first?

  • You do the Listening component first followed by the Reading and Writing components of the test. Depending on the test centre, the Speaking test may be taken up to 7 days either before or after the test date.

 What is the Speaking test?

  • The Speaking test is a discussion with a certified and highly qualified IELTS Examiner. The Speaking test is made up of three sections. It is recorded on an audiocassette or a digital recorder. See a sample of the Speaking test. Read more.

 What do I need for the Speaking test?

  • You must bring the same identification documents (ID) you supplied on your IELTS Application Form and continue to use the same ID for each part of the test. Your ID will be checked before you enter the interview room.

What kinds of accents can be heard in the Listening and Speaking tests?

  • As IELTS is an international test, a variety of English accents are used in both of these tests.

 Can I write in capital letters?

  • Yes, you can use all capital letters in the IELTS Reading and Listening components and also in the Writing component.

 Can I write in pencil?

  • You must write in pencil for the Listening and Reading components. In the Writing test, a pen or pencil may be used.

Can I make notes on the Listening and Reading question papers?

  • Yes. The IELTS Examiner will not see your question paper.

 What if I am not happy with my result?

  • You can apply for an Enquiry on Results procedure at your test centre within six weeks of the test date. You must pay an enquiry fee, which is fully refunded if your band score changes. Note that IELTS Examiners and markers follow strict assessment guidelines and are regularly monitored. The IELTS testing process has the highest quality control procedures.

 When will I receive my test results?

  • Your Test Report Form will be available to you 13 calendar days after your test date. You will only receive one copy of your Test Report Form, unless you are applying to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), or United Kingdom Border Agency (UKBA) – in this case, you can receive two. Proof of application to CIC and UKBA must be provided.

 How are the tests marked?

  • IELTS uses a 9-band scoring system to measure and report test scores in a consistent manner. You receive individual band scores for Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking and an Overall Band Score on a band scale from one to nine. Find out more about how IELTS is marked.

 Why are there two versions of the IELTS test?

IELTS has two versions – Academic and General Training. The Academic test is for those who want to study at a tertiary level in an English-speaking country. The General Training test is for those who want to work or training programmes, secondary school or migrate to an English-speaking country. All candidates take the same Listening and Speaking tests, but different Reading and Writing tests.

Q. When can I take IELTS test?

IELTS is conducted once every week. You're advised to book an appointment in advance.

Q My given and family names are the same. What should I enter into the registration form?

Enter your name into the family name field. Enter a period (.) in the given name field.

Q. What documents can I use as ID (proof of identity) at the test centres?

You need to produce a valid passport when you appear for the test.

Q. Who sets the 'pass' mark for the IELTS test?

There is no pass or fail in IELTS. Scores are graded on the 9-band system. Each educational institution or organisation sets its own level of IELTS scores to meet its individual requirements. To find out more, search the list of organisations which accept IELTS scores.

Q. How soon can I re-appear for the IELTS test?

There is no restriction on when you can re-appear for the test. However, IELTS recommends that you reflect on your result and make additional preparations before attempting the test again.

Q. Is the IELTS test completed in one day?

The Listening, Reading and Writing components of the test are always completed in a continuous sequence, with no break. Depending on the test centre, the Speaking test may be taken either seven days prior to or after the main test date.

Q. What is the IELTS Speaking test?

The Speaking test is a conversation with a certified IELTS Examiner. The Speaking test is made up of three sections. It is recorded on an audiocassette or a digital recorder.

Q. How is IELTS Writing marked?

Examiners award a band score for each of four criterion areas: Task Achievement (for Task 1), Task Response (for Task 2), Coherence and Cohesion, Lexical Resource, and Grammatical Range and Accuracy. The four criteria are equally weighted.

Q. How is IELTS Speaking marked?

Examiners award a band score for each criterion: Fluency and Coherence, Lexical Resource, Grammatical Range and Accuracy, and Pronunciation. The four criteria are equally weighted.

Q. How is IELTS marked?

Candidates receive scores on a Band Scale from 1 to 9. A profile score is reported for each skill. The four individual scores are averaged and rounded to produce an Overall Band Score. Overall Band Scores and scores for each sub-test (Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking) are reported in whole bands or half bands.