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The International English Language Testing System, or IELTS, as it is popularly called, is an English Language proficiency test that is required to be taken by non-native students so as to study in countries where the medium of instruction is English. IELTS is accepted by Universities in UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. It has become a mandatory test for study in Australia. One cannot be granted an Australian Student Visa without an IELTS Score. All other study destinations require one to appear for either the TOEFL or the IELTS. The IELTS tests all four language skills that are important for effective communication: Speaking, Listening, Reading, and Writing.

IELTS Test is available in two test verticles

Academic -  Academic is for the persons applying for higher education or professional registration in abroad

General Training - General Training is for the persons who wish to migrate or apply for secondary education, training programmes and work experience in an English-speaking environment in abroad.

Modules Overview: This test checks 4 skills which include: 

  • Listening

  • Reading

  • Writing

  • Speaking 

     

IBT CLASS ACTIVITIES 

Vocabulary Building

Hesitation Removal

Fluent Conversation

Pronunciation Improvement

Group Discussions

Newspaper Reading

Motivational video lectures

Audio/video clips with Tapescripts

 
 

IBT TEACHING METHODOLOGY

Small Batch size

Multiple cabin Speaking

Smart Class Rooms

Level based learning

Frequent doubt sessions 

Scheduled Course material

Personal attention

Certified & experienced faculty

 

IBT IELTS Jalandhar Infrastructure

Front Desk View PTE & Listening Lab Smart Classrooms



Listening

  • Approximately 30 minutes + 10 minutes transfer time.
  • The test is divided into four sections. It has 40 questions in total.
  • Students get a question booklet on which the questions are printed. The tape is then played and students write answers simultaneously while the tape is going on.
  • Students get time to look at the questions before the listening starts and check their work at the end of each section.
  
Discourse Types

Section 1: Usually a conversation between two people on general, everyday topic. First you are given some time to look at the questions for section 1. Then you will hear an example where you will listen to the correct answer. Then the listening is played (including the example). You will get around 30 seconds  to look at the questions for every sub-section.
Section 2: Usually a monologue (only one speaker) of a social functional nature, informational talk. Can be social or academic setting. you get few seconds to look at the questions. There will be no example in this section.
Section 3: Usually a conversation between two to four people like Academic setting,Education / training based context. There is no example on the tape in this section as well.
Section 4: Usually a lecture or speech given as a monologue like Academic setting,Education / Training based context. No breaks in between. There might be a written example. You may get note or summary completion or multiple choice or a variety of questions. Here, the question types are divided in two parts. For example, question no 31 to 35 are multiple choice and question no 36 to 40 are summary or table completion. Now, when the speaker moves from question 35 to 36 i.e. when the question type changes, there will be a pause of 2-3 seconds. This pause is a hint for you that now the question type is changed.

NOTE: As the Listening test progresses, the recording becomes more difficult. It does not mean that it becomes faster as it progresses; it becomes complex progressively and tests all the Listening skills of the candidate.

  
Reading
  • Two Formats ACADEMIC and GENERAL TRAINING.
  • 60 minutes and no extra time 40 questions.
ACADEMIC READING
Sections No. of questions
Reading Passage 1 13 – 14
Reading Passage 2 13 – 14
Reading Passage 3 12 – 13
Total 40

Reading passages are based on research, case studies, and biography, and they are argumentative. They are taken from journals, textbooks or web sites. It becomes progressively difficult.


GENERAL TRAINING READING
Sections No. of items
Section 1 13 – 14
Section 2 13 – 14
Section 3 13 – 14
Total 40


Writing

Passages are taken from newspapers, magazines, and catalogs and from web sites. At least one section contains detailed argumentative text.

Two Formats ACADEMIC and GENERAL TRAINING

  • 60 minutes and no extra time.

  • Two tasks in writing

  • Minimum 150 words are required for Task 1 and 250 words are required for Task 2.

ACADEMIC WRITING
Task 1 -  A Bar chart, Pie chart, line graph, table, flow chart or a process or a combination of more than one charts containing figures and details.
Task 2 -  An essay topic is a specific topic about specific research areas i.e. environment, pollution, education, science and research, technology etc.

GENERAL TRAINING
Task 1 - a short letter – formal, informal or semiformal style
Task 2 - an essay topic about day to day life i.e. society, children, family, education, lifestyle etc.


Speaking
 
  • Organized on a day other than the day of the main exam (i.e. Listening, Reading and Writing are arranged on one day).

  • 11-14 minutes time

  • Three parts.

 

Part 1  

  • 4-5 minutes

  • Introduction and interview

  • Examiner first introduces himself/herself and asks questions about familiar topics to the candidate.

 

Part 2  

  • 3-4 minutes

  • Individual long turn

  • Candidate gets a Cue card with a topic on which he / she has to speak for 1-2 minutes and he /she gets one-minute time to prepare for the topic before he / she starts to speak. Examiner also asks one or two follow-up questions when the candidate stops speaking.

Part 3

  • 4-5 minutes Extended discourse

  • Examiner asks questions that are thematically linked to the topic in part 2 and the questions are more of abstract nature.


 

 



How is IELTS scored?

IELTS results are reported on a nine-band scale. In addition to the score for overall language ability IELTS provides a score, in the form of a profile, for each of the four skills (Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking). These scores are also reported on a nine-band scale. All scores are recorded on the Test Report Form along with details of the candidate's nationality, first language and date of birth. Each Overall Band Score corresponds to a descriptive statement which gives a summary of the English language ability of a candidate classified at that level. The nine bands and their descriptive statements are as follows:
 

9 Bands 

Expert User — Has frilly operational command of the language: appropriate, accurate and fluent with complete understanding

8 Bands

Very Good User — Has fully operational command of the language with only occasional unsystematic inaccuracies and inappropriacies. Misunderstandings may occur in unfamiliar situations. Handles complex detailed argumentation well.

7 Bands

Good User — Has operational command of the language, though occasional inaccuracies, in appropriacies and misunderstandings in some situations. Generally handles complex language well and understands detailed reasoning.

6 Bands

Competent User — Has generally effective command of the language despite some inaccuracies, inappropriacies and misunderstandings. Can use and understand fairly complex language, particularly in familiar situations.

5 Bands

Modest User — Has partial command of the language, coping with overall meaning in most situations, though is likely to make many mistakes. Should he able to handle basic communication in oirn

4 Bands 

Limited User -- Basic competence is limited to familiar situations. Has frequent problems in understanding and expression. is not able to use complex language.

3 Bands

Extremely Limited User — Conveys and understands only general meaning in very familiar situations. Frequent break downs in communication occur

2 Bands 

Intermittent User — No real communication is possible except for the most basic information using isolated words or short formulae in familiar situations and to meet inimediate needs. Has great difficulty understanding spoken and written English.

1 Band

Non User — essentially has no ability to use the language beyond possibly ale. w isolated cords.

0 Bands

 Did not attempt the test — No assessable information.


Most universities and colleges in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Canada accept an IELTS Overall Band Score of 6.0 or 6.5 for entry to academic programmes. IELTS scores are increasingly being recognised by universities in the USA.


IELTS Reading/Listening Bands Table
 

Reading Bands Table Listening Bands Table
Academic General Training Band Scores Academic/General Band Scores
13 - 14 19 - 22 4.5 13 - 15 4.5
15 - 18 23 - 26 5.0 16 - 17 5.0
19 - 22 27 - 29 5.5 18 - 22 5.5
23 - 26 30 - 31 6.0 23 - 25 6.0
27 - 29 32 - 33 6.5 26 - 29 6.5
30 - 32 34 - 35 7.0 30 - 31 7.0
33 - 34 36 7.5 32 - 34 7.5
35 - 36 37-38 8.0 35 - 36 8.0
37 - 38 39 8.5 37 - 38 8.5
39 - 40 40 9.0 39 - 40 9.0

 

Best IELTS Institute 

If you are planning to appear for IELTS exam then its very important to find the institute which can provide best practice material and experienced teachers. IBT has given outstanding results in past several years. A great number of students has obtained more than 7 bands after taking classes from IBT.

Why IELTS?

IELTS is designed and developed by the experts after making an extensive research before validating it.  It is one of the most trusted tests of English Language. It is held four times a month at different test locations and dates. One can opt according to one’s convenience and availability.  The examiners for IELTS are trained and monitored by IELTS makers regularly to maintain the standard of testing to match the world standards. IELTS offers a choice according to the purpose of your application i.e for study or work or permanent migration. One never fails in IELTS as the results are on the basis of bands from 0 – 9, which are allotted to measure all levels of communication skills of English language.

Do you want to crack IELTS?

The English language has become the part and parcel of our lifestyle be it the workplace, meeting people or studying abroad. IBT has a solution to meet this challenge by initiating various language ethics programs.  We deliver our programs with efficiency and speed to give the right direction and at the right time.  We are connecting with young generation with creative ideas from the U.K.  IBT is the right destination to meet any or all requirements which are English language based, be it teaching English or taking exam or studying abroad. We offer flexible IELTS programs to get their score in IELTS private or IELTS group lessons. 

Why Choose IBT for IELTS Exam Preparation?

IBT is known for providing best results in IELTS exam since 2009. We have a team of experienced trainers working continuously to enhance the students capabilities for achieving higher bands. We have a record of producing 7+ Band in all four modules.

What is the Registration Fee ?

In India, the registration fee for IELTS exam was INR 12,650 till March 31, 2019. For all tests administered up to April 30, 2019, the fee is INR 13,250.


How can I register for IELTS ?

IELTS is conducted by IDP & British Council. You can register and pay for IELTS through a range of payment options. For more information on registration process & payment options, please visit: https://www.britishcouncil.in/exam/ielts/registration 
or https://www.ieltsidpindia.com/

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