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What is IELTS ?

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The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is for academic and professional purposes. It serves as a proof for having a specific level in English that allows you to work in the English speaking countries. This includes countries such as Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and USA.

Most of the universities in America and Europe ask for the exam as a language proficiency proof for enrolment.

It examines your listening,reading,writing,and speaking English skills. Moreover, all these skills are graded from 1 to 9.

It’s is jointly owned by the British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and Cambridge Assessment English.

Now, Let see what do you need this exam for exactly ?

What’s IELTS For ?

It is designed to check whether you’re able to communicate in English in the country you wish to work or study in. It is  essential for both; job opportunities as well as integration into the society.

It is the most popular test for those looking to migrate to one of the English speaking countries.

Thus, more than 11,000 employers, universities, schools and immigration bodies in the world recognize IELTS.

Types of IELTS

There are two types of IELTS exams:  Academic and General Training. However, the difference between them is only in the topics of the skills.

Academic Test

For unıversity entrance.

General Test

For finding Jobs in the English speaking countries

Eligibility

IELTS is available to anyone irrespective of age, gender, race, nationality, or religion, however, the the test is not recommended for those under 16 years of age.

Registration for the test : Easy-Peasy

  1. Step one – Find your nearest test location. With more than 1,600 IELTS test locations in over 140 countries.
  2. Step two – Register for  the test. 
  3. Step three – Your Test is booked !
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