IDP IELTS Result India 2020 – 2021 Online British Council For 27 June

IDP IELTS Result India 2020 – 2021 (BC) Declared For 27 June Result 2020 Check Online Results For May Result 21 March 2020 April 2020 IELTS Result 2020 May 2020 June 2020 July 2020 August 2020 british council results time 14 March 2020 05 March 2020 IELTS Result Not Found Error Reason British Council In India Canada USA Bangladesh Pakistan Score Card Marks Release Date In India Indonesia Bangladesh Canada USA January February March April May June July August September October November December Check Online Time Time Results Validity british council ielts result time my ielts results not found ielts result India 2020 ielts exam dates 2020 january ielts exam date january 2020 ielts exam dates january February March April march April May June July August September October November December 2020 in india british council ielts results delay

IDP IELTS Result India 2020 – 2021 Check Online For 27 June ( British Council )

IDP IELTS Results 2020 India BC British Council march April may June July August September November December 2020

IELTS Result 2020 Check Online Direct Link ( Through IDP Test Centers)

IELTS Exam Dates In India 2020 (Various Slots)

About IELTS :

IELTS Stands For International English Language Testing System. It Is One Of The Most Popular English Language Test. It Is Designed By most Experienced Person To Check The Candidate’s reading, writing, listening and speaking Ability And Nature.

IELTS Test Numbers :

Total Test Taken In 2019: 3.5 Million

Total Countries Accepting IELTS : 140

Organizations Accepting IELTS : 10K

IELTS Exam Dates :

IELTS Conducts Online Test On Many Dates In A Month. It Is Conducted On Many Exam Dates Worldwide Including India, Canada, Australia, USA Etc.

IELTS Exam Dates In India 2020 (Various Slots)

IELTS Result Release India Date & Time :

If You Have Given The IELTS Then You Will Not Have To Wait For A Long Time.

As There Were Two Ways To Attempt IELTS Test

  1. Online Test
  2. Offline test

So If You Have Given IELTS Offline Test (By paper Mode) Test, Then the Result Will Be Available By 12:00 Noon after 13 Calendar Days From The Test Date.

And If You Have Given IELTS Online Test, Then You Will Be Able To Check Your Result Just Within Five To Seven Calendar Days From The Test Date.

Test Mode Result Availability Time
Online Mode 05 To 07 Days
Offline Mode After 13 Days From The Test Date

How To Check Your IELTS India Result (British Council) :

You Can Check Your IELTS Exam Result Through The Direct Link Provided Below.

Exam Dates Result Date / Link 
01 Feb 2020 Available Now
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IDP IELTS Results 2020 India Of 11 April Exam Date Result Direct Link

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IDP IELTS Results India Of 12th February Exam Date Result Direct Link 

IELTS 13th February Exam Date Results Direct Link 

IELTS 08th February Exam Date Result Direct Link 

IELTS 1st February Exam Date Result Direct Link 

IELTS 18 January Exam Date Result Direct Link 

IELTS 16 January Exam Date Result Direct Link 

IELTS 15 January Exam Date Results Direct Link 

IELTS 11 January Exam Date Results Direct Link

IELTS 04 January Exam Date Results Direct Link 

IELTS 11 January Exam Date Results Direct Link

Provisional Mark Sheet Of IELTS Test :

After Releasing  The IDP Exam Result, The IELTS Will Directly Send Your Test Report Form To Your IELTS Center. The IELTS Will Send 05 Photocopies Your Certificate To Your IELTS Center.

Additional Photocopies Of Your Test Result :

If Candidate Wants Another Photocopy Of Test Result / Marksheet, Then IELTS Will Send 05 Photocopies Of IELTS Test. There Will Be Some Charges As Following :

International Courier – The Fee Will Be INR 1250 Per Address.

By Post – The Fee Will Be 250 Per Address.

Electronic – The fee will be INR 250 per University. Universities / Institutions that have subscribed to electronic download of scores (STED RO) will be sent results electronically

IELTS Score / Grade / Band Mean :

IELTS Test Report Form Will Display The Each Score Of Four Skill (Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking) And it Will Overall Score.

IELTS Band Score Mean :

Band score Skill level
Band 9 Expert user
Band 8 Good user
Band 7 Good user
Band 6 Competent user
Band 5 Modest user
Band 4 Limited user
Band 3 Extremely limited user
Band 2 Intermittent user
Band 1 Non-user
Band 0 Did not attempt the test

Listening
Band score Raw score out of 40
5 16
6 23
7 30
8 35
Academic Reading
Band score Raw score out of 40
5 15
6 23
7 30
8 35
General Training Reading 
Band score Raw score out of 40
4 15
5 23
6 30
7 34
8 38

IELTS Result Validity

The Validity Of IELTS Test Report Forms Will Be 02 Years From The Date Of Result Declaration.

Online Form
Answer Key

Of Which Date IELTS Exam Result Is Declared Recently?

IELTS IDP And British Council Has Released 20 June 2020 Exam Dated Result.

Can I Check IDP / British Council IELTS Result Online?

Yes You Can Directly Check It Through The Link Provided In the Post.

In How Many Days, IELTS Result Will Be Declared?

Probably IELTS Result Will Be Declared Till 13th Days Of Exam.

How to Check IELTS Result Online?

You can Directly Check It Through The Official Website.

IELTS Exam Dates 2020 – 2021 In India July IDP August British Council Test

IELTS Exam Dates 2020 – 2021 In India July August September IELTS Exam Dates 2020 in India Test Dates Schedule by IDP And British Council IELTS India British Council Exam Dates in January, February, March, IELTS Exam Dates 2020 April 2020 IDP Exam Dates 2020 in India , May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December Ludhiana, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Ambala, Amritsar, Anand, Barnala, Bengaluru, Bhatinda, Bhopal, Bhubaneshwar, Calicut, Chandigarh, Chennai, Coimbatore, Dehradun, Delhi, Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Goa, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Jalandhar, Kannur And More IELTS Exam Dates Given Below IELTS Online Test Date In Indi

IELTS Exam Dates 2020 – 2021 In India { July & August }

IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India 2021 March April may June July August September October November December 2021

Important Update
Latest News As On 24 June  2020 : IELTS Online Test Booking Is Started…Get The Exam Dates Given Below….

First We Should Understand How IELTS Exam Conducts In India And Abroad ?

IELTS Test Is Conducted By Two Ways :-

  1. IELTS Test On Paper
  2. IELTS Test On Computer (Online Test)

You Can Take Any Of These Tests.

Like If You Want To Take Test On Paper Then You Should Choose The Paper Test While Applying.

If You Want To Take Test On Computer Then You Should Choose Computer Test (Online Test) Medium While Applying.

IELTS On Paper Or Computer:

You can take an IELTS test on paper or on a computer at one of our official test centres in India.

So Do Not Panic, Whatever Medium you Choose The Content Or Question Will Be Same. The Question Standard Will Be Of the Same Level.

IELTS On Computer:

The Test Will Of 03 Types.

  1. Listening
  2. Reading
  3. Writing

There Will Also Be A Speaking Test To Evaluate Your Speaking Tactics In English Language. The Speaking Test Will Be Taken By IELTS Examiner.

Importants Points Of Computer Tests :

These Are The Following Benefits Of Computer Test.

  1. In The Computer Test, You Can Choose Any Preferable Date For Your Test Among The Pre Decided Exam Dates Of IELTS Computer Oline Test.
  2. The Computer Online Test Result Will Be Available Within 05- 07 Days After The Online Test.

Computer Test centres In India:-

IELTS Test Dates 2020 India 2021 IDP

These Cities Have The Available Online Test Centres In India.

  1. Ahmedabad
  2. Bengaluru
  3. Chennai
  4. Delhi
  5. Hyderabad
  6. Mumbai
  7. Vijayawada
  8. Pune
  9. And All Major Cities

IELTS On Paper:

IELTS Exam Date 2020 In India 2021 idp
IELTS Exam Date 2020 In India 2021 idp

As Same The Computer Test, It Has Also Same Tests As Following :-

The Test Will Of 03 Types.

  1. Listening
  2. Reading
  3. Writing

There Will Also Be A Speaking Test To Evaluate Your Speaking Tactics In English Language. The Speaking Test Will Be Taken By IELTS Examiner.

Important Points Of Paper Test :-

  1. In The paper Test, You Will Not have Freedom to Choose The Desired Test In A Month. You, Will, Have To Choose The Given Date.
  2. After The Date, You Will Have To Wait For 13 Days After Exam.

If you have any special requirements, you should take the paper-based test.

Upcoming IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India:-

The IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India Are In January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December.

All The Updates Will Regularly Be Intimated In This Post Regarding The IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India.

>>>>>>>IELTS Month Wise Exam Dates 2020 – 2021<<<<<<

IELTS March Exam Dates 2020 – 2021

IELTS April Exam Dates 2020 Test Type
05 March 2020 Online & Paper Based
07 March 2020 Online & Paper Based
13 March 2020 Online & Paper Based
14 March 2020 Online & Paper Based
15 March 2020 Online & Paper Based
20 March 2020 Online & Paper Based
21 March 2020 Online & Paper Based
22 March 2020 Online & Paper Based
27 March 2020 Online & Paper Based
28 March 2020 Online & Paper Based
29 March 2020 Online & Paper Based

IELTS April Exam Dates 2020 – 2021

IELTS April Exam Dates 2020 Test Type
04 April 2020 Online & Paper Based
24 April 2020 Online & Paper Based
25 April 2020 Online & Paper Based
26 April 2020 Online & Paper Based
28 April 2020 Online & Paper Based
29 April 2020 Online & Paper Based
30 April 2020 Online & Paper Based

IELTS May Exam Dates 2020 – 2021

IELTS May Exam Dates 2020 Test Type
09 May 2020 Online & Paper Based
16 May 2020 Online & Paper Based
21 May 2020 Online & Paper Based
30 May 2020 Online & Paper Based

IELTS June Exam Dates 2020 – 2021

IELTS June Exam Dates 2020 Test Type
13 June 2020 Online & Paper Based
18 June 2020 Online & Paper Based
20 June 2020 Online & Paper Based
27 June 2020 Online & Paper Based

IELTS July Dates 2020 – 2021

IELTS July Exam Dates 2020 Test Type
02 July 2020 Online & Paper Based
04 July 2020 Online & Paper Based
11 July 2020 Online & Paper Based
18 July 2020 Online & Paper Based
25 July 2020 Online & Paper Based
30 July 2020 Online & Paper Based

IELTS August Dates 2020 – 2021

IELTS August Exam Dates 2020 Test Type
06 August 2020 Online & Paper Based
08 August 2020 Online & Paper Based
15 August 2020 Online & Paper Based
22 August 2020 Online & Paper Based

>>>> IELTS State Wise Exam Dates 2020 – 2021  <<<<

Ahmedabad East

Venue: Ahmedabad East IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic & General training 11 Jul 2020
Academic & General training 25 Jul 2020
Academic & General training 08 August 2020
Academic & General training 22 August 2020
Ahmedabad West

Venue: Ahmedabad West IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 13 Jun 2020
General Training 20 Jun 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic 06 August 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Ambala

Venue: Ambala IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 13 Jun 2020
General Training 20 Jun 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Amritsar

Venue: Amritsar IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 13 Jun 2020
General Training 20 Jun 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic 06 August 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Anand

Venue: Anand IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 20 Jun 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Angamaly

Venue: Angamaly IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Bangalore

Venue: Bangalore IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 13 Jun 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic 06 August 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Barnala

Venue: Barnala IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Bhatinda

Venue: Bhatinda IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 20 Jun 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic 06 August 2020
Academic & General training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Bhopal

Venue: Bhopal IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 13 Jun 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Calicut

Venue: Calicut IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 13 Jun 2020
General Training 20 Jun 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Chandigarh

Venue: Chandigarh IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 13 Jun 2020
General Training 20 Jun 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic 06 August 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Chennai

Venue: Chennai IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic 06 August 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Coimbatore

Venue: Coimbatore IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Dehradun

Venue: Dehradun IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic & General Training 27 Jun 2020
Academic & General Training 04 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 11 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 25 July 2020
Academic & General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Gurdaspur

Venue: Gurdaspur IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Gurgaon

Venue: Gurgaon IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Hoshiarpur

Venue: Hoshiarpur IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Hyderabad

Venue: Hyderabad IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 13 Jun 2020
General Training 20 Jun 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic 06 August 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Indore

Venue: Indore IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Jaipur

Venue: Jaipur IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 13 Jun 2020
Academic 20 Jun 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Jalandhar

Venue: Jalandhar IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic 06 August 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Jammu

Venue: Jammu IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Kannur

Venue: Kanur IELTS Exam Dates In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 13 Jun 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Karnal

Venue: Karnal IELTS Exam Dates In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Khanna

Venue: Khanna IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Kochi

Venue: Kochi IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Kolkata

Venue: Kolkata IELTS Exam Dates In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Kollam

Venue: Kollam IELTS Exam Dates In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Kothamanglam

Venue: Kothamanglam IELTS Exam Dates In India

 

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 13 Jun 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Kottayam

Venue: Kottayam IELTS Exam Dates In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
Academic 13 Jun 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Kurukshetra

Venue: Kurukshetra IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

 

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Lucknow

Venue: Lucknow IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

 

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Ludhiana

Venue: Ludhiana IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

 

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic 06 August 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Madurai

Venue: Madurai IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

 

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Mangalore

Venue: Mangalore IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 13 Jun 2020
General Training 20 Jun 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Mehsana

Venue: Mehsana IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic 06 August 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Mumbai South

Venue: Mumbai South IELTS Exam Dates In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Mumbai West

Venue: Mumbai West IELTS Exam Dates In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Nadiad

Venue: Nadiad IELTS Exam Dates In India

Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Nagpur

Venue: Nagpur IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Navi Mumbai

Venue: Navi Mumbai IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Navsari

Venue: Navsari IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Nawanshahr

Venue: Nawanshahr IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 13 Jun 2020
Academic 20 Jun 2020
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
New Delhi South

Venue: New Delhi South IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 13 Jun 2020
General Training 20 Jun 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
New Delhi West

Venue: New Delhi West IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Noida

Venue: Noida IELTS Exam Dates In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Patiala

Venue: Patiala IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic 06 August 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Pune

Venue: Pune IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Rajkot Punjab

Venue: Rajkot Punjab IELTS Exam Dates In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General training 15 August 2020
Raipur

Venue: Raipur IELTS Test Dates In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Rajkot Gujarat

Venue: Rajkot Gujarat IELTS Test Dates In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Rudrapur

Venue: Rudrapur IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General training 08 August 2020
Academic & General training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Sangrur

Venue: Sangrur IELTS Exam Dates In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Sri Ganganagar

Venue: Sri Ganganagar IELTS Exam Dates In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Surat

Venue: Surat IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 13 Jun 2020
Academic 20 Jun 2020
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Thane

Venue: Thane IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Thimpu Bhutan

Venue: Thimpu Bhutan IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Tiruchirapalli

Venue: Tiruchirapalli IELTS Exam Date

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 20 Jun 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Tirupati

Venue: Tirupati IELTS Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General training 08 August 2020
Academic & General training 15 August 2020
Trichur

Venue: Trichur IELTS Dates 2020 In India

est Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 13 Jun 2020
General Training 20 Jun 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
2020
Trivandrum

Venue: Trivandrum IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Vadodara

Venue: Vadodara IELTS Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 02 Jul 2020
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Vijayawada

Venue: Vijayawada IELTS Exam Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 15 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
Vishakhapatnam

Venue: Vishakhapatnam IELTS Dates 2020 In India

Test Type Test Dates
Academic 04 Jul 2020
Academic 11 Jul 2020
Academic 18 Jul 2020
Academic 25 Jul 2020
Academic 30 Jul 2020
General Training 27 Jun 2020
General Training 04 Jul 2020
General Training 11 Jul 2020
General Training 25 Jul 2020
General Training 30 Jul 2020
Academic & General Training 08 August 2020
Academic & General Training 18 August 2020
Academic & General Training 22 August 2020
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IELTS March Exam Dates In India 2020 – 2021 IDP British Council Slots

IELTS March Exam Dates 2020 – 2021 : IELTS Upcoming Exam Dates Test Dates Schedule by IDP And British Council IELTS India British Council Exam Dates in Upcoming March Month In Chandigarh Ahmedabad Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Ambala, Amritsar, Anand, Barnala, Bengaluru, Bhatinda, Bhopal, Bhubaneshwar, Calicut, Chandigarh, Chennai, Coimbatore, Dehradun, Delhi, Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Goa, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Jalandhar, Kannur And More IELTS Exam Dates Given Below IELTS Online Test Date In India 2020

IELTS March Exam Dates 2020 – 2021

IELTS March Exam Dates

First We Should Understand How IELTS Exam Conducts In India And Abroad ?

IELTS Test Is Conducted By Two Ways :-

  1. IELTS Test On Paper
  2. IELTS Test On Computer (Online Test)

You Can Take Any Of These Tests.

Like If You Want To Take Test On Paper Then You Should Choose The Paper Test While Applying.

If You Want To Take Test On Computer Then You Should Choose Computer Test (Online Test) Medium While Applying.

IELTS On Paper Or Computer:

You can take an IELTS test on paper or on a computer at one of our official test centres in India.

So Do Not Panic, Whatever Medium you Choose The Content Or Question Will Be Same. The Question Standard Will Be Of the Same Level.

IELTS On Computer:

The Test Will Of 03 Types.

  1. Listening
  2. Reading
  3. Writing

There Will Also Be A Speaking Test To Evaluate Your Speaking Tactics In English Language. The Speaking Test Will Be Taken By IELTS Examiner.

Importants Points Of Computer Tests :

These Are The Following Benefits Of Computer Test.

  1. In The Computer Test, You Can Choose Any Preferable Date For Your Test Among The Pre Decided Exam Dates Of IELTS Computer Oline Test.
  2. The Computer Online Test Result Will Be Available Within 05- 07 Days After The Online Test.

Computer Test centres In India:-

These Cities Have The Available Online Test Centres In India.

  1. Ahmedabad
  2. Bengaluru
  3. Chennai
  4. Delhi
  5. Hyderabad
  6. Mumbai
  7. Vijayawada
  8. Pune
  9. And Others

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IELTS On Paper:

As Same The Computer Test, It Has Also Same Tests As Following :-

The Test Will Of 03 Types.

  1. Listening
  2. Reading
  3. Writing

There Will Also Be A Speaking Test To Evaluate Your Speaking Tactics In English Language. The Speaking Test Will Be Taken By IELTS Examiner.

Important Points Of Paper Test :-

  1. In The paper Test, You Will Not have Freedom to Choose The Desired Test In A Month. You, Will, Have To Choose The Given Date.
  2. After The Date, You Will Have To Wait For 13 Days After Exam.

If you have any special requirements, you should take the paper-based test.

Upcoming IELTS Exam Dates:-

The Exam Dates Are In January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December.

All The Updates Will Regularly Be Intimated In This Post.

Test Type Test Dates State Wise Dates
Academic 05 Mar 2020 IELTS Test Dates States Wise
Academic & General Training  07 Mar 2020 IELTS Test Dates States Wise
Academic & General Training 21 Mar 2020 IELTS Test Dates States Wise
Academic & General Training 22 Mar 2020 IELTS Test Dates States Wise
Academic & General Training 25 Mar 2020 IELTS Test Dates States Wise
Academic & General Training 27 Mar 2020 IELTS Test Dates States Wise
Academic & General Training 28 Mar 2020 IELTS Test Dates States Wise
Academic & General Training 29 Mar 2020 IELTS Test Dates States Wise

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IELTS Exam Dates Canada 2020 – 2021 September October IDP British Council

IELTS Exam Dates Canada 2020 – 2021 June July August September October November Calendar IDP British Council Burnaby | Kitchener | London | Markham | Mississauga | Montreal | Niagara Region | Ottawa | Richmond | Richmond Hill | Scarborough | Surrey | Toronto | Vancouver | Windsor | Winnipeg Upcoming Exam Dates Next Exam Dates 2020 All Dates Current In January February March April May June July August September October November December Month IELTS Exam Dates Canada 2020 Upcoming Exam Calendar IELTS Exam Dates 2020 Canada Upcoming Dates ielts test dates montreal canada college ielts ielts general test dates ielts test dates near me idp ielts test dates canada british council ielts canada test dates ielts toronto dates ielts test schedule

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IELTS Exam Date Canada 2020 - 2021 IDP British Council

About IELTS :

IELTS Full Form Is an International English language testing system. It is The Most Popular English Language Proficiency test For Higher Education And Abroad Migration.

First We Should Understand How IELTS Exam Conducts In India And Abroad ?

IELTS Test Is Conducted By Two Ways :-

  1. IELTS Test On Paper
  2. IELTS Test On Computer (Online Test)

You Can Take Any Of These Tests.

Like If You Want To Take Test On Paper Then You Should Choose The Paper Test While Applying.

If You Want To Take Test On Computer Then You Should Choose Computer Test (Online Test) Medium While Applying.

IELTS On Paper Or Computer:

You can take an IELTS test on paper or on a computer at one of our official test centres in India.

So Do Not Panic, Whatever Medium you Choose The Content Or Question Will Be Same. The Question Standard Will Be Of the Same Level.

IELTS On Computer:

The Test Will Of 03 Types.

  1. Listening
  2. Reading
  3. Writing

There Will Also Be A Speaking Test To Evaluate Your Speaking Tactics In English Language. The Speaking Test Will Be Taken By IELTS Examiner.

Importants Points Of Computer Tests :

These Are The Following Benefits Of Computer Test.

  1. In The Computer Test, You Can Choose Any Preferable Date For Your Test Among The Pre Decided Exam Dates Of IELTS Computer Oline Test.
  2. The Computer Online Test Result Will Be Available Within 05- 07 Days After The Online Test.

Computer Test centres In Canada:-

These Cities Have The Available Online Test Centres In Canada.

  1. Burnaby
  2. Kitchener
  3. London
  4. Markham
  5. Mississauga
  6. Montreal
  7. Niagara Region
  8. Ottawa
  9. Richmond
  10. Richmond Hill
  11. Scarborough
  12. Surrey
  13. Toronto
  14. Vancouver
  15. Windsor
  16. Winnipeg

Upcoming IELTS Exam Dates:-

The Exam Dates Are In January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December Months.

All The Updates Will Regularly Be Intimated In This Post.

Date Location Venue Type
07-March, 2020 Montreal, QC Vanier College AC / GT
07-March, 2020 Niagara Region, ON Niagara College AC / GT
07-March, 2020 Vancouver, BC Langara College AC / GT
07-March, 2020 Windsor, ON St. Clair College AC / GT
07-March, 2020 Winnipeg, MB Red River College AC / GT
11-March, 2020 Mississauga, ON Dewey College Computer Delivered AC / GT
14-March, 2020 Niagara Region, ON Vineridge Academy AC
14-March, 2020 Richmond Hill, ON Concord College AC
14-March, 2020 Scarborough, ON Yorkland High School AC
14-March, 2020 Surrey, BC Sprottshaw College AC
14-March, 2020 Toronto, ON Birmingham International Collegiate of Canada AC
14-March, 2020 Vancouver, BC Lowell High School AC
14-March, 2020 Winnipeg, MB University of Winnipeg AC
18-March, 2020 Mississauga, ON Dewey College Computer Delivered AC / GT
19-March, 2020 Markham, ON Amberson High School Computer Delivered AC / GT
21-March, 2020 Burnaby, BC Simon Fraser University AC / GT
21-March, 2020 Kitchener, ON Conestoga College AC / GT
21-March, 2020 Mississauga, ON The Erindale Academy AC / GT
21-March, 2020 Montreal, QC BLI Montreal AC / GT
21-March, 2020 Niagara Region, ON Kent School AC / GT
21-March, 2020 Ottawa, ON University of Ottawa AC / GT
21-March, 2020 Richmond Hill, ON Concord College AC / GT
21-March, 2020 Richmond, BC GEDU AC
21-March, 2020 Scarborough, ON Amberson College AC / GT
21-March, 2020 Scarborough, ON Canada International College AC / GT
21-March, 2020 Toronto, ON EC AC / GT
21-March, 2020 Toronto, ON Toronto Global Education AC / GT
21-March, 2020 Vancouver, BC Sprottshaw College AC / GT
21-March, 2020 Windsor, ON St. Clair College AC / GT
21-March, 2020 Winnipeg, MB Global Education Language Institute AC / GT
25-March, 2020 Mississauga, ON Dewey College Computer Delivered AC / GT
26-March, 2020 Markham, ON Amberson High School Computer Delivered AC / GT
04-April, 2020 Kitchener, ON Conestoga College AC / GT
04-April, 2020 London, ON Fanshawe College AC / GT
04-April, 2020 Markham, ON Markham AHS AC / GT
04-April, 2020 Mississauga, ON Dewey College AC / GT
04-April, 2020 Montreal, QC Vanier College AC / GT
04-April, 2020 Niagara Region, ON Niagara College AC / GT
04-April, 2020 Richmond Hill, ON Elton Academy AC / GT
04-April, 2020 Richmond, BC Sprottshaw College AC / GT
04-April, 2020 Scarborough, ON Lowell Academy AC / GT
04-April, 2020 Toronto, ON Birmingham International Collegiate of Canada AC / GT
04-April, 2020 Vancouver, BC Langara College AC / GT
04-April, 2020 Windsor, ON St. Clair College AC / GT
04-April, 2020 Winnipeg, MB Red River College AC / GT
11-April, 2020 Mississauga, ON Dewey College AC
11-April, 2020 Niagara Region, ON Kent School AC
11-April, 2020 Richmond Hill, ON Concord College AC
11-April, 2020 Richmond, BC GEDU AC
11-April, 2020 Scarborough, ON Amberson College AC
11-April, 2020 Toronto, ON Birmingham International Collegiate of Canada AC
11-April, 2020 Toronto, ON Toronto Global Education AC
11-April, 2020 Toronto, ON Toronto Scholars College AC
11-April, 2020 Vancouver, BC Lowell High School AC
11-April, 2020 Winnipeg, MB Global Education Language Institute AC
18-April, 2020 Burnaby, BC Simon Fraser University AC / GT
18-April, 2020 Kitchener, ON Conestoga College AC / GT
18-April, 2020 London, ON Fanshawe College AC / GT
18-April, 2020 Mississauga, ON The Erindale Academy AC / GT
18-April, 2020 Montreal, QC BLI Montreal AC / GT
18-April, 2020 Niagara Region, ON Vineridge Academy AC / GT
18-April, 2020 Ottawa, ON University of Ottawa AC / GT
18-April, 2020 Richmond Hill, ON Concord College AC / GT
18-April, 2020 Scarborough, ON Canada International College AC / GT
18-April, 2020 Surrey, BC Sprott Shaw Language College AC / GT
18-April, 2020 Toronto, ON EC AC / GT
18-April, 2020 Vancouver, BC Sprottshaw College AC / GT
18-April, 2020 Windsor, ON St. Clair College AC / GT
18-April, 2020 Winnipeg, MB Global Education Language Institute AC / GT
09-May, 2020 Markham, ON Markham AHS AC
09-May, 2020 Niagara Region, ON Niagara College AC
09-May, 2020 Richmond Hill, ON Concord College AC
09-May, 2020 Richmond, BC GEDU AC
09-May, 2020 Scarborough, ON Lowell Academy AC
09-May, 2020 Scarborough, ON Yorkland High School AC
16-May, 2020 Burnaby, BC Simon Fraser University AC
16-May, 2020 Mississauga, ON Dewey College AC
16-May, 2020 Montreal, QC BLI Montreal AC
16-May, 2020 Niagara Region,ON Kent School AC
16-May, 2020 Richmond Hill, ON Elton Academy AC
16-May, 2020 Richmond, BC GEDU AC
16-May, 2020 Scarborough, ON Amberson College AC
16-May, 2020 Scarborough, ON Canada International College AC
16-May, 2020 Surrey, BC Sprottshaw Language College AC
16-May, 2020 Toronto, ON Birmingham International Collegiate of Canada AC
16-May, 2020 Toronto, ON Toronto Scholars College AC
16-May, 2020 Winnipeg, MB University of Winnipeg AC
30-May, 2020 Kitchener, ON Conestoga College AC / GT
30-May, 2020 London, ON Fanshawe College AC / GT
30-May, 2020 Mississauga, ON The Erindale Academy AC / GT
30-May, 2020 Montreal, QC Vanier College AC / GT
30-May, 2020 Niagara Region, ON Vineridge Academy AC / GT
30-May, 2020 Ottawa, ON University of Ottawa AC / GT
30-May, 2020 Richmond, BC Sprottshaw College AC / GT
30-May, 2020 Toronto, ON EC AC / GT
30-May, 2020 Toronto, ON Toronto Global Education AC / GT
30-May, 2020 Vancouver, BC Langara College AC / GT
30-May, 2020 Vancouver, BC Sprottshaw College AC / GT
30-May, 2020 Windsor, ON St. Clair College AC / GT
30-May, 2020 Winnipeg, MB Global Education Language Institute AC / GT
30-May, 2020 Winnipeg, MB Red River College AC / GT
05-June, 2020 Waterloo, ON Conestoga College Computer Delivered AC / GT
11-June, 2020 Waterloo, ON Conestoga College Computer Delivered AC / GT
12-June, 2020 Waterloo, ON Conestoga College Computer Delivered AC / GT
13-June, 2020 Burnaby, BC Simon Fraser University AC / GT
13-June, 2020 Markham, ON Markham AHS AC / GT
13-June, 2020 Montreal, QC BLI Montreal AC / GT
13-June, 2020 Niagara Region, ON Vineridge Academy AC / GT
13-June, 2020 Richmond Hill, ON Elton Academy AC / GT
13-June, 2020 Scarborough, ON Lowell Academy AC / GT
13-June, 2020 Toronto, ON Birmingham International Collegiate of Canada AC / GT
13-June, 2020 Toronto, ON Toronto Scholars College AC / GT
13-June, 2020 Vancouver, BC Lowell High School AC / GT
13-June, 2020 Winnipeg, MB University of Winnipeg AC / GT
17-June, 2020 Mississauga, ON Dewey College Computer Delivered AC / GT
18-June, 2020 Markham, ON Amberson High School Computer Delivered AC / GT
18-June, 2020 Waterloo, ON Conestoga College Computer Delivered AC / GT
19-June, 2020 Waterloo, ON Conestoga College Computer Delivered AC / GT
20-June, 2020 Kitchener, ON Conestoga College AC / GT
20-June, 2020 Mississauga, ON The Erindale Academy AC / GT
20-June, 2020 Montreal, QC Vanier College AC / GT
20-June, 2020 Niagara Region, ON Vineridge Academy AC / GT
20-June, 2020 Richmond Hill, ON Concord College AC / GT
20-June, 2020 Richmond, BC Sprottshaw College AC / GT
20-June, 2020 Scarborough, ON Amberson College AC / GT
20-June, 2020 Toronto, ON EC AC / GT
20-June, 2020 Toronto, ON Toronto Global Education AC / GT
20-June, 2020 Vancouver, BC Sprottshaw College AC / GT
20-June, 2020 Windsor, ON St. Clair College AC / GT
20-June, 2020 Winnipeg, MB Global Education Language Institute AC / GT
24-June, 2020 Mississauga, ON Dewey College Computer Delivered AC / GT
25-June, 2020 Markham, ON Amberson High School Computer Delivered AC / GT
02-July, 2020 Markham, ON Amberson High School Computer Delivered AC / GT
08-July, 2020 Mississauga, ON Dewey College Computer Delivered AC / GT
09-July, 2020 Markham, ON Amberson High School Computer Delivered AC / GT
11-July, 2020 Kitchener, ON Conestoga College AC / GT
11-July, 2020 London, ON Fanshawe College AC / GT
11-July, 2020 Mississauga, ON Dewey College AC / GT
11-July, 2020 Montreal, QC Vanier College AC / GT
11-July, 2020 Ottawa, ON University Of Ottawa AC / GT
11-July, 2020 Richmond Hill, ON Concord College AC / GT
11-July, 2020 Richmond, BC GEDU AC / GT
11-July, 2020 Scarborough, ON Amberson College AC / GT
11-July, 2020 Scarborough, ON Canada International College AC / GT
11-July, 2020 Toronto, ON Birmingham International Collegiate of Canada AC / GT
11-July, 2020 Vancouver, BC Lowell High School AC / GT
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24-October, 2020 Windsor, ON St. Clair College AC / GT
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31-October, 2020 Scarborough, ON Amberson College AC / GT
31-October, 2020 Toronto, ON Birmingham International Collegiate of Canada AC / GT
31-October, 2020 Toronto, ON Toronto Scholars College AC / GT
31-October, 2020 Vancouver, BC Lowell High School AC / GT
31-October, 2020 Vancouver, BC Sprottshaw College AC / GT
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IELTS Bangladesh Exam Dates 2020 – 2021 IDP June July BD Test Dates

IELTS Bangladesh Exam Dates 2020 – 2021 March April May June July August BD IDP British Council June July August September November December January February Test Dates IDP IELTS Exam Dates In Bangladesh Test Dates 2020 – 2021 IELTS DP exam Dates 2020 – 2021 Chattogram, Dhaka-Banani, Banani, Dhaka,  Dhaka-Dhanmondi, Dhanmondi, Dhaka, Dhaka-Mirpur, Mirpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh, Dhaka-Uttara, Uttara, Dhaka,  Khulna, Khulna, Khulna, Rajshahi, ., Rajshahi, Sylhet, Sylhet, Sylhet,  Kumilla, Bangladesh, Kumilla,  Chattogram, RAFIQUE TOWER ( 8TH FLOOR ), 92 AGRABAD C/A, Chattogram, Bangladesh, 4000 April May June July August April May June July August

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About IELTS :

IELTS Full Form Is an International English language testing system. It is The Most Popular English Language Proficiency test For Higher Education And Abroad Migration.

First We Should Understand How IELTS Exam Conducts In India And Abroad ?

IDP IELTS Exam Fees : – 

The IELTS Test Fee >>>>> BDT 17,500

The IELTS For UKVI Test Fee >>>>> BDT 21,600

The IELTS Life Skills Test Fee >>>>>  BDT 16,200

IELTS Test Is Conducted By Two Ways:-

  1. IELTS Test On Paper
  2. IELTS Test On Computer (Online Test)

You Can Take Any Of These Tests.

Like If You Want To Take Test On Paper Then You Should Choose The Paper Test While Applying.

If You Want To Take Test On Computer Then You Should Choose Computer Test (Online Test) Medium While Applying.

IELTS On Paper Or Computer:

You can take an IELTS test on paper or on a computer at one of our official test centres in India.

So Do Not Panic, Whatever Medium you Choose The Content Or Question Will Be Same. The Question Standard Will Be Of the Same Level.

IELTS On Computer:

The Test Will Of 03 Types.

  1. Listening
  2. Reading
  3. Writing

There Will Also Be A Speaking Test To Evaluate Your Speaking Tactics In English Language. The Speaking Test Will Be Taken By IELTS Examiner.

Important Points Of Computer Tests :

These Are The Following Benefits Of Computer Test.

  1. In The Computer Test, You Can Choose Any Preferable Date For Your Test Among The Pre Decided Exam Dates Of IELTS Computer Oline Test.
  2. The Computer Online Test Result Will Be Available Within 05- 07 Days After The Online Test.

Computer Test centres In Bangladesh:-

These Cities Have The Available Online Test Centres In Bangladesh.

  1. Chattogram
  2. Dhaka-Banani, Banani, Dhaka
  3. Dhaka-Dhanmondi, Dhanmondi, Dhaka
  4. Dhaka-Mirpur, Mirpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh
  5. Dhaka-Uttara, Uttara, Dhaka
  6. Khulna, Khulna, Khulna
  7. Rajshahi, ., Rajshahi
  8. Sylhet, Sylhet, Sylhet
  9. Kumilla, Bangladesh, Kumilla
  10. Chattogram, RAFIQUE TOWER ( 8TH FLOOR ), 92 AGRABAD C/A, Chattogram, Bangladesh, 4000

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Dhaka

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About IELTS :

IELTS Stands For International English Language Testing System. It Is One Of The Most Popular English Language Test. It Is Designed By most Experienced Person To Check The Candidate’s reading, writing, listening and speaking Ability And Nature.

IELTS Numbers :

Total Test Taken In 2019: 3.5 Million

Total Countries Accepting IELTS : 140

Organizations Accepting IELTS : 10K

IELTS Exam Dates :

IELTS Conducts Online Test On Many Dates In A Month. It Is Conducted On Many Exam Dates Worldwide Including India, Canada, Australia, USA Etc.

IELTS Exam Dates 2020 Check Online In Upcoming Dates

IELTS Result Release Date & Time :

If You Have Given The IELTS Then You Will Not Have To Wait For A Long Time.

As There Were Two Ways To Attempt IELTS Test

  1. Online Test
  2. Offline test

So If You Have Given IELTS Offline Test (By paper Mode) Test, Then the Result Will Be Available By 12:00 Noon after 13 Calendar Days From The Test Date.

And If You Have Given IELTS Online Test, Then You Will Be Able To Check Your Result Just Within Five To Seven Calendar Days From The Test Date.

Test Mode Result Availability Time
Online Mode 05 To 07 Days
Offline Mode After 13 Days From The Test Date

How To Check Your IELTS Exam Date Result :

You Can Check Your IELTS Exam Result Through The Direct Link Provided Below.

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Provisional Mark Sheet Of IELTS Test :

After Releasing  The IELTS Exam Result, The IELTS Will Directly Send Your Test Report Form To Your IELTS Center. The IELTS Will Send 05 Photocopies Your Certificate To Your IELTS Center.

Additional Photocopies Of Your Test Result :

If Candidate Wants Another Photocopy Of Test Result / Marksheet, Then IELTS Will Send 05 Photocopies Of IELTS Test. There Will Be Some Charges As Following :

International Courier – The Fee Will Be INR 1250 Per Address.

By Post – The Fee Will Be 250 Per Address.

Electronic – The fee will be INR 250 per University. Universities / Institutions that have subscribed to electronic download of scores (STED RO) will be sent results electronically

IELTS Score / Grade / Band Mean :

IELTS Test Report Form Will Display The Each Score Of Four Skill (Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking) And it Will Overall Score.

IELTS Band Score Mean :

Band score Skill level
Band 9 Expert user
Band 8 Good user
Band 7 Good user
Band 6 Competent user
Band 5 Modest user
Band 4 Limited user
Band 3 Extremely limited user
Band 2 Intermittent user
Band 1 Non-user
Band 0 Did not attempt the test

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Band score Raw score out of 40
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6 23
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Academic Reading
Band score Raw score out of 40
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6 23
7 30
8 35
General Training Reading 
Band score Raw score out of 40
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5 23
6 30
7 34
8 38

IELTS Result Validity

The Validity Of IELTS Test Result Forms Will Be 02 Years From The Date Of Result Declaration.

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About IELTS Exam : 

Several Candidates Attempt IELTS Online Test Every Month. The IELTS Exam Conducts On Various Dates In Each Month. Candidates Can Attempt IELTS Exam In 02 Ways. First is Computer Based And Second Is Paper Based. You Can Take Any Of These Tests. If you Are Suitable In Attempting Online Test Then you Will Have To Choose Computer Based Test Dates. If You Want To Attempt The Paper Based Exam Then You Will Have To Select Paper Based Exam Dates.

IELTS Exam Types : 

There Will Be 03 Types of Test I.e. Listening, Reading And Writing. After These test There Will Be A Fourth Test Interview Also.

Upcoming IELTS Exam Dates:-

The Exam Dates Are In January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December.

All The Updates Will Regularly Be Intimated In This Post.

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IELTS Test Types & Formats : Academic And General Training

IELTS Test Type And Formats : In This Article, We Will Discuss About IELTS Test Types And their Formats For Canada New Zealand UK Australia. Mainly their Are Two Types Of IELTS Online Test Exam Academic And General Training. Read Full Article Below.

IELTS Test Types & Formats

IELTS Has 02 Types : 

  1. Academic
  2. General Training.

Listening and Speaking are the same for both tests, but the subject matter of the Reading and Writing sections differs depending on which test you take.

The IELTS test assesses your abilities in listening, reading, writing and speaking – in less than three hours.

The Listening, Reading and Writing sections of all IELTS tests are completed on the same day, with no breaks in between them.

The Speaking section, however, can be completed up to a week before or after the other tests. Your test centre will advise.

The total test time is 2 hours and 45 minutes.

Following Are The IELTS TEST Types Format : –

IELTS Academic Test format Listening

Test format – Listening

Time : –30 Minutes

You will listen to four recordings of native English speakers and then write your answers to a series of questions.

  • Recording 1 – a conversation between two people set in an everyday social context.
  • Recording 2 – a monologue set in an everyday social context, e.g. a speech about local facilities.
  • Recording 3 – a conversation between up to four people set in an educational or training context, e.g. a university tutor and a student discussing an assignment.
  • Recording 4 – a monologue on an academic subject, e.g. a university lecture.

Assessors will be looking for evidence of your ability to understand the main ideas and detailed factual information, the opinions and attitudes of speakers, the purpose of an utterance and evidence of your ability to follow the development of ideas.

IELTS Listening Description:-

 
Paper format From 4 January 2020, some small changes are being introduced to the instructions and layout of the paper-based Listening test:

  • We will be changing the word ‘Sections’ to ‘Parts’ – The paper-based test will now be divided into Part 1, 2, 3, 4.
  • We will be removing the Part 1 example.
  • We are also removing the page number references.

There are four sections with ten questions each. The questions are designed so that the answers appear in the order they are heard in the audio.

The first two sections deal with situations set in everyday social contexts. In Section 1, there is a conversation between two speakers (for example, a conversation about travel arrangements), and in Section 2, there is a monologue in (for example, a speech about local facilities). The final two sections deal with situations set in educational and training contexts. In Section 3, there is a conversation between two main speakers (for example, two university students in discussion, perhaps guided by a tutor), and in Section 4, there is a monologue on an academic subject.

The recordings are heard only once. They include a range of accents, including British, Australian, New Zealand, American and Canadian.

Timing Approximately 30 minutes (plus 10 minutes transfer time).
No. of questions 40
Task types A variety of question types are used, chosen from the following: multiple choice, matching, plan/map/diagram labelling, form/note/table/flow-chart/summary completion, sentence completion.
Answering Test takers write their answers on the question paper as they listen and at the end of the test are given 10 minutes to transfer their answers to an answer sheet. Care should be taken when writing answers on the answer sheet as poor spelling and grammar are penalised.
Marks Each question is worth 1 mark.

IELTS Listening in Detail (IELTS Test Type):-

A detailed look at the paper with links to related resources.

Task type 1 – Multiple choice

Task type and format In multiple choice tasks, there is a question followed by three possible answers, or the beginning of a sentence followed by three possible ways to complete the sentence. Test takers are required to choose the one correct answer – A, B or C.

Sometimes, test takers are given a longer list of possible answers and told that they have to choose more than one. In this case, they should read the question carefully to check how many answers are required.

Task focus Multiple choice questions are used to test a wide range of skills. The test taker may be required to have a detailed understanding of specific points or an overall understanding of the main points of the listening text.
No. of questions Variable

Task type 2 – Matching

Task type and format Test takers are required to match a numbered list of items from the listening text to a set of options on the question paper. The set of options may be criteria of some kind.
Task focus Matching assesses the skill of listening for detail and whether a test taker can understand information given in a conversation on an everyday topic, such as the different types of hotel or guest house accommodation. It also assesses the ability to follow a conversation between two people. It may also be used to assess test takers’ ability to recognise relationships and connections between facts in the listening text.
No. of questions Variable

Task type 3 – Plan, map, diagram labelling

Task type and format Test takers are required to complete labels on a plan (eg of a building), map (eg of part of a town) or diagram (e.g. of a piece of equipment). The answers are usually selected from a list on the question paper.
Task focus This type of task assesses the ability to understand, for example, a description of a place, and to relate this to a visual representation. This may include being able to follow language expressing spatial relationships and directions (e.g. straight on/through the far door).
No. of questions Variable

Task type 4 – Form, note, table, flow-chart, summary completion

Task type and format Test takers are required to fill in the gaps in an outline of part or of all of the listening text. The outline will focus on the main ideas/facts in the text. It may be:
1. a form: often used to record factual details such as names
2. a set of notes: used to summarise any type of information using the layout to show how different items relate to one another
3. a table: used as a way of summarising information which relates to clear categories – e.g. place/time/price,
4. a flow-chart: used to summarise a process which has clear stages, with the direction of the process shown by arrows.Test takers may have to select their answers from a list on the question paper or identify the missing words from the recording, keeping to the word limit stated in the instructions. Test takers do not have to change the words from the recording in any way.Test takers should read the instructions very carefully as the number of words or numbers they should use to fill the gaps will vary. A word limit is given, for example, ‘NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER’. Test takers are penalised for writing more than the stated number of words, and test takers should check this word limit carefully for each task. Contracted words will not be tested. Hyphenated words count as single words.
Task focus This focuses on the main points which a listener would naturally record in this type of situation.
No. of questions Variable

Task type 5 – Sentence completion

Task type and format Test takers are required to read a set of sentences summarising key information from all the listening text or from one part of it. They then fill a gap in each sentence using information from the listening text. A word limit is given, for example, ‘NO MORE THAN ONE WORD AND/OR A NUMBER’.

Test takers are penalised for writing more than the stated number of words. (Test takers should check this word limit carefully for each task: the limit is either ONE, TWO or THREE words). Contracted words will not be tested. Hyphenated words count as single words.

Task focus Sentence completion focuses on the ability to identify the key information in a listening text. Test takers have to understand functional relationships such as cause and effect.
No. of questions Variable

Task type 6 – Short-answer questions

Task type and format Test takers are required to read a question and then write a short answer using information from the listening text. A word limit is given, for example, ‘NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER’. Test takers are penalised for writing more than the stated number of words. (Test takers should check this word limit carefully for each task.) Contracted words will not be tested. Hyphenated words count as single words. Sometimes test takers are given a question which asks them to list two or three points.
Task focus Sentence completion focuses on the ability to listen for concrete facts, such as places, prices or times, within the listening text.
No. of questions Variable

IELTS Listening – how it’s marked

The Listening test is marked by certificated markers, who are regularly monitored to ensure their reliability. All answer sheets, after being marked, are further analysed by Cambridge Assessment English.

Band score conversion

A Band Score conversion table is produced for each version of the Listening test which translates scores out of 40 into the IELTS 9-band scale. Scores are reported in whole bands and half bands.

One mark is awarded for each correct answer in the 40-item test. Care should be taken when writing answers on the answer sheet as poor spelling and grammar are penalized.

Test format – Reading:-

Time: – 60 minutes

The Reading section consists of 40 questions, designed to test a wide range of reading skills. These include reading for gist, reading for main ideas, reading for detail, skimming, understanding logical argument and recognising writers’ opinions, attitudes and purpose.

IELTS Academic test – this includes three long texts which range from the descriptive and factual to the discursive and analytical. These are taken from books, journals, magazines and newspapers.  They have been selected for a non-specialist audience but are appropriate for people entering university courses or seeking professional registration.

IELTS Academic Reading Description:- 

Paper format Three reading passages with a variety of questions using a number of task types.
Timing 60 minutes
No. of questions 40
Task types A variety of question types are used, chosen from the following; multiple choice, identifying information, identifying the writer’s views/claims, matching information, matching headings, matching features, matching sentence endings, sentence completion, summary completion, note completion, table completion, flow-chart completion, diagram label completion and short-answer questions.
Sources Texts are taken from books, journals, magazines and newspapers, and have been written for a non-specialist audience. All the topics are of general interest. They deal with issues which are interesting, recognisably appropriate and accessible to test takers entering undergraduate or postgraduate courses or seeking professional registration. The passages may be written in a variety of styles, for example narrative, descriptive or discursive/argumentative. At least one text contains detailed logical argument. Texts may contain non-verbal materials such as diagrams, graphs or illustrations. If texts contain technical terms a simple glossary is provided.
Answering Test takers are required to transfer their answers to an answer sheet during the time allowed for the test. No extra time is allowed for transfer. Care should be taken when writing answers on the answer sheet as poor spelling and grammar are penalized.
Marks Each question is worth 1 mark.

IELTS Academic Reading in Detail (IELTS Test Types) ;-

A detailed look at the paper with links to related resources.

Task type 1 – Multiple choice

Task type and format

Test takers are required to choose the best answer from four alternatives (A, B, C or D), or the best two answers from five alternatives (A, B, C, D or E), or the best three answers from seven alternatives (A, B, C, D, E, F or G). Test takers write the letter of the answer they have chosen on the answer sheet. The questions may involve completing a sentence, where they are given the first part of a sentence and then choose the best way to complete it from the options, or could involve complete questions; with the test takers choosing the option which best answers them.

The questions are in the same order as the information in the text: that is, the answer to the first question in this group will be located in the text before the answer to the second question, and so on. This task type may be used with any type of text.

Task focus Multiple choice tests a wide range of reading skills, including detailed understanding of specific points or an overall understanding of the main points of the text.
No. of questions Variable

Task type 2 – Identifying information

Task type and format

Test takers will be given a number of statements and asked: ‘Do the following statements agree with the information in the text?’ They are then required to write ‘true’, ‘false’ or ‘not given’ in the boxes on their answer sheets.

It is important to understand the difference between ‘false’ and ‘not given’. ‘False’ means that the passage states the opposite of the statement in question; ‘not given’ means that the statement is neither confirmed nor contradicted by the information in the passage.

Students need to understand that any knowledge they bring with them from outside the passage should not play a part when deciding on their answers.

Task focus Identifying information assesses the test takers’ ability to recognise particular points of information conveyed in the text. It can thus be used with more factual texts.
No. of questions Variable

Task type 3 – Identifying writer’s views/claims

Task type and format

Test takers will be given a number of statements and asked: ‘Do the following statements agree with the views/claims of the writer?’ They are required to write ‘yes’, ‘no’ or ‘not given’ in the boxes on their answer sheet.

It is important to understand the difference between ‘no’ and ‘not given’. ‘No’ means that the views or claims of the writer explicitly disagree with the statement, i.e. the writer somewhere expresses the view or makes a claim which is opposite to the one given in the question; ‘not given’ means that the view or claim is neither confirmed nor contradicted.

Students need to understand that any knowledge they bring with them from outside the passage should not play a part when deciding on their answers.

Task focus This type of task assesses the test takers’ ability to recognise opinions or ideas, and so it is often used with discursive or argumentative texts.
No. of questions Variable

Task type 4 – Matching information

Task type and format Test takers are required to locate specific information within the lettered paragraphs/sections of a text, and to write the letters of the correct paragraphs/sections in the boxes on their answer sheet.

They may be asked to find: specific details, an example, a reason, a description, a comparison, a summary, an explanation. They will not necessarily need to find information in every paragraph/section of the text, but there may be more than one piece of information that test takers need to locate in a given paragraph/section. When this is the case, they will be told that they can use any letter more than once.

This type of task can be used with any text as it tests a wide range of reading skills, from locating detail to recognising a summary or definition.

Task focus Matching information assesses the test takers’ ability to scan for specific information. Unlike task type 5, Matching headings, it is concerned with specific information rather than with the main idea.
 No. of questions Variable

Task type 5 – Matching headings

Task type and format Test takers are given a list of headings, usually identified with lower-case Roman numerals (i, ii, iii, etc,). A heading will refer to the main idea of the paragraph or section of the text. Test takers must match the heading to the correct paragraphs or sections, which are marked alphabetically. Test takers write the appropriate Roman numerals in the boxes on their answer sheets. There will always be more headings than there are paragraphs or sections, so that some headings will not be used. It is also possible that some paragraphs or sections may not be included in the task. One or more paragraphs or sections may already be matched with a heading as an example for test takers. This task type is used with texts that contain paragraphs or sections with clearly defined themes.
Task focus Matching headers tests the test takers’ ability to recognise the main idea or theme in the paragraphs or sections of a text, and to distinguish main ideas from supporting ones.
 No. of questions Variable

Task type 6 – Matching features

Task type and format Test takers are required to match a set of statements or pieces of information to a list of options. The options are a group of features from the text, and are identified by letters. Test takers may, for example, be required to match different research findings to a list of researchers, or characteristics to age groups, events to historical periods, etc. It is possible that some options will not be used, and that others may be used more than once. The instructions will inform test takers if options may be used more than once.
Task focus Matching features assesses the test takers’ ability to recognise relationships and connections between facts in the text and their ability to recognise opinions and theories. It may be used both with factual information, as well as opinion-based discursive texts. Test takers need to be able to skim and scan the text in order to locate the required information and to read for detail.
 No. of questions Variable

Task type 7 – Matching sentence endings

Task type and format Test takers are given the first half of a sentence based on the text and asked to choose the best way to complete it from a list of possible options. They will have more options to choose from than there are questions. Test takers must write the letter they have chosen on the answer sheet. The questions are in the same order as the information in the passage: that is, the answer to the first question in this group will be found before the answer to the second question, and so on. This task type may be used with any type of text.
Task focus Matching sentence endings assesses the test takers’ ability to understand the main ideas within a sentence.
 No. of questions Variable

Task type 8 – Sentence completion

Task type and format Test takers complete sentences in a given number of words taken from the text. They must write their answers on the answer sheet. The instructions will make it clear how many words/numbers test takers should use in their answers, e.g. ‘NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER from the passage’, ‘ONE WORD ONLY’ or ‘NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS’. If test takers write more than the number of words asked for, they will lose the mark. Numbers can be written using figures or words. Contracted words will not be tested. Hyphenated words count as single words. The questions are in the same order as the information in the passage: that is, the answer to the first question in this group will be found before the answer to the second question, and so on. This task type may be used with any type of text.
Task focus Matching sentence endings assesses the test takers’ ability to locate detail/specific information.
 No. of questions Variable

Task type 9 – Summary, note, table, flow-chart completion

Task type and format

Test takers are given a summary of a section of the text, and are required to complete it with information drawn from the text. The summary will usually be of only one part of the passage rather than the whole. The given information may be in the form of: several connected sentences of text (referred to as a summary), several notes (referred to as notes), a table with some of its cells empty or partially empty (referred to as a table), a series of boxes or steps linked by arrows to show a sequence of events, with some of the boxes or steps empty or partially empty (referred to as a flow-chart).

The answers will not necessarily occur in the same order as in the text. However, they will usually come from one section rather than the entire text.

There are two variations of this task type. Test takers may be asked either to select words from the text or to select from a list of answers.
Where words have to be selected from the passage, the instructions will make it clear how many words/numbers test takers should use in their answers, e.g. ‘NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER from the passage’, ‘ONE WORD ONLY’ or ‘NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS’. If test takers write more than the number of words asked for, they will lose the mark.

Numbers can be written using figures or words. Contracted words are not tested. Hyphenated words count as single words. Where a list of answers is provided, they most frequently consist of a single word.

Because this task type often relates to precise factual information, it is often used with descriptive texts.

Task focus Summarising assesses the test takers’ ability to understand details and/or the main ideas of a section of text. In the variations involving a summary or notes, test takers need to be aware of the type of word(s) that will fit into a given gap (for example, whether a noun is needed, or a verb, etc.).
 No. of questions Variable

Task type 10 – Diagram label completion

Task type and format

Test takers are required to complete labels on a diagram, which relates to a description contained in the text. The instructions will make it clear how many words/numbers test takers should use in their answers, e.g. ‘NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER from the passage’, ‘ONE WORD ONLY’ or ‘NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS’. If test takers write more than the number of words asked for, they will lose the mark. Numbers can be written using figures or words. Contracted words will not be tested. Hyphenated words count as single words. The answers do not necessarily occur in order in the passage. However, they will usually come from one section rather than the entire text.

The diagram may be of some type of machine, or of parts of a building or of any other element that can be represented pictorially. This task type is often used with texts describing processes or with descriptive texts.

Task focus Diagram label completion assesses the test takers’ ability to understand a detailed description, and to relate it to information presented in the form of a diagram.
 No. of questions Variable

Task type 11 – Short-answer questions

Task type and format

Test takers answer questions, which usually relate to factual information about details in the text. This is most likely to be used with a text that contains a lot of factual information and detail.

Test takers must write their answers in words or numbers on the answer sheet. Test takers must write their answers using words from the text. The instructions will make it clear how many words/numbers test takers should use in their answers, e.g. ‘NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER from the passage’, ‘ONE WORD ONLY’ or ‘NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS’. If test takers write more than the number of words asked for, they will lose the mark.
Numbers can be written using figures or words. Contracted words are not tested. Hyphenated words count as single words. The questions are in the same order as the information in the text.

Task focus Short answer questions assess the test takers’ ability to locate and understand precise information in the text.
 No. of questions Variable

IELTS Academic Reading – how it’s marked

The Academic Reading test is marked by certificated markers, who are regularly monitored to ensure reliability. All answer sheets, after being marked, are further analysed by Cambridge Assessment English.

Band score conversion

A Band Score conversion table is produced for each version of the Academic Reading test, which translates scores out of 40 into the IELTS 9-band scale. Scores are reported in whole bands and half bands.

Test format – Reading :-

Time :- 60 minutes

The Reading section consists of 40 questions, designed to test a wide range of reading skills. These include reading for gist, reading for main ideas, reading for detail, skimming, understanding logical argument and recognising writers’ opinions, attitudes and purpose.

IELTS General Training test – this includes extracts from books, magazines, newspapers, notices, advertisements, company handbooks and guidelines. These are materials you are likely to encounter on a daily basis in an English-speaking environment.

 

IELTS General Training Reading Description :-

 
Paper format There are three sections. Section 1 may contain two or three short texts or several shorter texts. Section 2 comprises two texts. In Section 3, there is one long text.
Timing 60 minutes
No. of questions 40
Task types A variety of question types are used, chosen from the following: multiple choice, identifying information, identifying writer’s views/claims, matching information, matching headings, matching features, matching sentence endings, sentence completion, summary completion, note completion, table completion, flow-chart completion, diagram label completion, short-answer questions.
Sources The first section, ‘social survival’, contains texts relevant to basic linguistic survival in English with tasks mainly about retrieving and providing general factual information, for example, notices, advertisements and timetables.

The second section, ‘Workplace survival’, focuses on the workplace context, for example, job descriptions, contracts and staff development and training materials.

The third section, ‘general reading’, involves reading more extended prose with a more complex structure. Here, the emphasis is on descriptive and instructive rather than argumentative texts, in a general context relevant to the wide range of test takers involved, for example, newspapers, magazines and fictional and non-fictional book extracts.

Answering Test takers are required to transfer their answers to an answer sheet during the time allowed for the test. No extra time is allowed for transfer. Care should be taken when writing answers on the answer sheet as poor spelling and grammar are penalised.
Marks Each question is worth 1 mark.

IELTS General Training Reading in detail

A detailed look at the paper with links to related resources.

Task type 1 – Multiple choice

Task type and format In this task type, test takers choose the best answer from four alternatives A, B, C or D, or the best two answers from five alternatives (A, B, C, D or E), or the best three answers from seven alternatives (A, B, C, D, E, F or G). They write the letter of the answer they have chosen on the answer sheet.

The questions may involve completing a sentence, in which the ‘stem’ gives the first part of a sentence and test takers choose the best way to complete it from the options, or could involve complete questions, choosing the option which best answers them. The questions are in the same order as the information in the text: that is, the answer to the first question in this group will be located in the text before the answer to the second question, and so on. This task type may be used with any type of text.

Task focus This task type tests a wide range of reading skills including detailed understanding of specific points or an overall understanding of the main points of the text.
No. of questions Variable

Task type 2 – Identifying information

Task type and format The test taker will be given a number of statements and asked: ‘Do the following statements agree with the information in the text?’ They then write ‘true’, ‘false’ or ‘not given’ in the boxes on their answer sheets. The questions are in the same order as the information in the text: that is, the answer to the first question in this group will be located in the text before the answer to the second question and so on.

It is important to understand the difference between ‘false’ and ‘not given’. ‘False’ means that the passage states the opposite of the statement in question; ‘not given’ means that the statement is neither confirmed nor contradicted by the information in the passage.

Any knowledge students bring with them from outside the passage should not play a part when deciding on their answers.

Task focus This task type assesses the test takers’ ability to recognise particular points of information conveyed in the text. It can thus be used with more factual texts.
No. of questions Variable

Task type 3 – Identifying writer’s views/claims

Task type and format The test taker will be given a number of statements and asked: ‘Do the following statements agree with the views/claims of the writer?’ They answer ‘yes’, ‘no’ or ‘not given’ in the boxes on their answer sheet. The questions are in the same order as the information in the text: that is, the answer to the first question in this group will be located in the text before the answer to the second question, and so on.

It is important to understand the difference between ‘no’ and ‘not given’. ‘No’ means that the views or claims of the writer explicitly disagree with the statement, i.e. the writer somewhere expresses the view or makes a claim which is opposite to the one given in the question; ‘not given’ means that the view or claim is neither confirmed nor contradicted. (Any knowledge students bring with them from outside the passage should not play a part when deciding on their answers.

Task focus This task type assesses the test takers’ ability to recognise opinions or ideas, and is thus often used with discursive or argumentative texts.
No. of questions Variable

Task type 4 – Matching information

Task type and format Test takers locate specific information in the lettered paragraphs/sections of a text, and write the letters of the correct paragraphs/sections in the boxes on their answer sheet. They may be asked to find; specific details, an example, a reason, a description, a comparison, a summary, an explanation. They will not necessarily need to find information in every paragraph/section of the text, but there may be more than one piece of relevant information in a given paragraph/section. When this is the case, test takers will be told that they can use any letter more than once. The questions do not follow the same order as the information in the text. This task type can be used with any text as it may test a wide range of reading skills, from locating detail to recognising a summary or definition.
Task focus This task type assesses the test takers’ ability to scan for specific information. Unlike task type 5 (Matching headings), it is concerned with specific information rather than with the main idea.
No. of questions Variable

Task type 5 – Matching headings

Task type and format Test takers are given a list of headings, usually identified with lower-case Roman numerals (i, ii, iii, etc.), referring to the main idea of the paragraph or section of the text. They must match the heading to the correct paragraphs or sections, which are marked alphabetically, and write the appropriate Roman numerals in the boxes on their answer sheets. There will always be more headings than there are paragraphs or sections, so some headings will not be used. It is also possible that some paragraphs or sections may not be included in the task. One or more paragraphs or sections may already be matched with a heading as an example. No heading may be used more than once. This task type is used with texts that contain paragraphs or sections with clearly defined themes.
Task focus This task tests the ability to recognise the main idea or theme in the paragraphs or sections of a text, and to distinguish main ideas from supporting ones.
No. of questions Variable

Task type 6 – Matching features

Task type and format Test takers match a set of statements or pieces of information to a list of options. These are a group of features from the text, and are identified by letters. Test takers may, for example, be required to match different characteristics to age groups or events to historical periods, etc. It is possible that some options will not be used, and that others may be used more than once. The instructions will advise whether options may be used more than once. The questions do not follow the same order as the information in the text.
Task focus This task assesses the ability to recognise relationships and connections between facts in the text, and to recognise opinions and theories. It may be used both with texts dealing with factual information, description or narrative. Test takers need to be able to skim and scan the text in order to locate the required information and to read for detail.
No. of questions Variable

Task type 7 – Matching sentence endings

Task type and format Test takers are given the first half of a sentence based on the text and choose the best way to complete it from a list of possible options. They will have more options to choose from than there are questions. The questions are in the same order as the information in the text: that is, the answer to the first question in this group will be found before the answer to the second question, and so on. This task type may be used with any type of text.
Task focus This task type assesses the test takers’ ability to understand the main ideas.
No. of questions Variable

Task type 8 – Sentence completion

Task type and format Test takers complete sentences in a given number of words taken from the text, writing their answers on the answer sheet. The instructions will make it clear how many words/numbers should be in the answers, e.g. ‘NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER from the passage’, ‘ONE WORD ONLY’ or ‘NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS’. If test takers write more than the number of words asked for, they will lose the mark.

Numbers can be written using figures or words. Contracted words will not be tested. Hyphenated words count as single words. The questions are in the same order as the information in the passage: that is, the answer to the first question in this group will be found before the answer to the second question, and so on.

Task focus This task type assesses the test takers’ ability to locate detail/specific information.
No. of questions Variable

Task type 9 – Summary, note, table, flow-chart completion

Task type and format Test takers are given a summary of a section of the text, and are required to complete it with information drawn from the text. Note that the summary will usually be of only one part of the passage rather than the whole. The given information may be in the form of; several connected sentences (referred to as a summary), several notes (referred to as notes), a table with some of its cells empty or partially empty (referred to as a table), a series of boxes or steps linked by arrows to show a sequence of events, with some of the boxes or steps empty or partially empty (referred to as a flow-chart). The answers will not necessarily occur in the same order as in the text. However, they will usually come from one section rather than the entire text. There are two variations of this task type. Test takers may be asked either to select words from the text or to select from a list of answers. Where words have to be selected from the passage, the instructions will make it clear how many words/numbers test takers should use in their answers, e.g. ‘NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER from the passage’, ‘ONE WORD ONLY’ or ‘NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS’. If test takers write more than the number of words asked for, they will lose the mark. Numbers can be written using figures or words. Contracted words are not tested. Hyphenated words count as single words. Where a list of answers is provided, they most frequently consist of a single word, There are always more words or phrases in the box than there are gaps to fill. Because this task type often relates to precise factual information, it is often used with descriptive texts.
Task focus This task type assesses the test takers’ ability to understand details and/or the main ideas of a section of the text. In the variations involving a summary or notes, they need to be aware of the type of word(s) that will fit into a given gap (for example, whether a noun is needed, or a verb, etc.).
No. of questions Variable

Task type 10 – Diagram label completion

Task type and format Test takers complete labels on a diagram which relates to a description contained in the text. The instructions will make it clear how many words/numbers test takers should use in their answers, e.g. ‘NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER from the passage’, ‘ONE WORD ONLY’ or ‘NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS’. If they write more than the number of words asked for, they will lose the mark. Numbers can be written using figures or words. Contracted words will not be tested. Hyphenated words count as single words. The answers do not necessarily occur in order in the passage.

However, they will usually come from one section rather than the entire text. The diagram may be of some type of machine, or of parts of a building or of any other element that can be represented pictorially. This task type is often used with texts describing processes or with descriptive texts.

Task focus This task type assesses the ability to understand a detailed description, and to relate it to information presented in the form of a diagram.
No. of questions Variable

Task type 11 – Short-answer questions

Task type and format Test takers answer questions about factual details in the text. Test takers must write their answers in words or numbers on the answer sheet. Test takers must write their answers using words from the text. The instructions will make it clear how many words/numbers test takers should use in their answers, e.g. ‘NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER from the passage’, ‘ONE WORD ONLY’ or ‘NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS’. If they write more than the number of words asked for, they will lose the mark. Numbers can be written using figures or words. Contracted words are not tested. Hyphenated words count as single words. The questions are in the same order as the information in the text: that is, the answer to the first question in this group will be located in the test before the answer to the second question, and so on.
Task focus This task type assesses the ability to locate and understand precise information in the text.
No. of questions Variable

IELTS General Training Reading – How it’s marked

The General Training Reading test is marked by certificated markers, who are regularly monitored to ensure reliability. After being marked, all answer sheets, are further analysed by Cambridge Assessment English.

Band score conversion

A band score conversion table is produced for each version of the General Training Reading test which translates scores out of 40 into the IELTS 9-band scale. Scores are reported in whole bands and half bands.

Test format – Academic Writing:-

Time: – 60 minutes

Topics are of general interest to, and suitable for, test takers entering undergraduate and postgraduate studies or seeking professional registration. There are two tasks:

  • Task 1 – you will be presented with a graph, table, chart or diagram and asked to describe, summarise or explain the information in your own words. You may be asked to describe and explain data, describe the stages of a process, how something works or describe an object or event.
  • Task 2 – you will be asked to write an essay in response to a point of view, argument or problem. Responses to both tasks must be in a formal style.

IELTS Academic Writing Description :-

 
Paper format There are two Writing tasks and BOTH must be completed.
Timing 60 minutes
No. of questions 2
Task types In Task 1, test takers are asked to describe some visual information (graph/table/chart/diagram) in their own words. They need to write 150 words in about 20 minutes. In Task 2, they respond to a point of view or argument or problem. They need to write 250 words in about 40 minutes.
Answering Answers must be given on the answer sheet and must be written in full. Notes or bullet points are not acceptable as answers. Test takers may write on the question paper but this cannot be taken from the examination room and will not be seen by the examiner.

IELTS Academic Writing in detail :-

A detailed look at the paper with links to related resources.

Task 1

Task type and format In Writing Task 1, test takers may be asked to describe facts or figures presented in one or more graphs, charts or tables on a related topic; or they may be given a diagram of a machine, a device or a process and asked to explain how it works. They should write in an academic or semi-formal/neutral styles and include the most important and the most relevant points in the diagram. Some minor points or details may be left out.

Test takers should spend no more than 20 minutes on this task. They are asked to write at least 150 words and will be penalised if their answer is too short. While test takers will not be penalised for writing more than 150 words, they should remember that a longer Task 1 answer may mean that they have less time to spend on Task 2, which contributes twice as much to the Writing band score.

Test takers should also note that they will be penalised for irrelevance if the response is off-topic or is not written as full, connected text (e.g. using bullet points in any part of the response, or note form, etc.). They will be severely penalised for plagiarism (i.e. copying from another source).

Test takers must write their answers on the answer booklet.

Task focus This task assesses the ability to identify the most important and relevant information and trends in a graph, chart, table or diagram, and to give a well-organised overview of it using language accurately in an academic style.
No. of questions 1

Task 2

Task type and format In Writing Task 2, test takers are given a topic to write about an academic or semi-formal/neutral style. Answers should be a discursive consideration of the relevant issues. Test takers should make sure that they read the task carefully and provide a full and relevant response. For example, if the topic is a particular aspect of computers, they should focus on this aspect in their response. They should not simply write about computers in general.

Test takers should spend no more than 40 minutes on this task. They are asked to write at least 250 words and will be penalised if their answer is too short. While test takers will not be penalised for writing more than 250 words, if they write a very long answer they may not have time for checking and correcting at the end and some ideas may not be directly relevant to the question.
Task 2 contributes twice as much to the final Writing band score as Task 1. Therefore, test takers who fail to attempt to answer this task will greatly reduce their chance of achieving a good band.

Test takers will be penalised for irrelevance if the response is off-topic or is not written as full, connected text (e.g. using bullet points in any part of the response, or note form, etc.). They will be severely penalised for plagiarism (i.e. copying from another source). Finally, test takers should make sure that they do not copy directly from the question paper because this will not be assessed.

They must write their answers on the answer booklet.

Task focus This task assesses the ability to present a clear, relevant, well-organised argument, giving evidence or examples to support ideas and use language accurately.
No. of questions 1

IELTS Academic Writing – How it’s marked

Marking and assessment

Each task is assessed independently. The assessment of Task 2 carries more weight in marking than Task 1.

Responses are assessed by certificated IELTS examiners. All IELTS examiners hold relevant teaching qualifications and are recruited as examiners by the test centres and approved by the British Council or IDP: IELTS Australia.

Scores are reported in whole and half bands. Detailed performance descriptors have been developed which describe written performance at the nine IELTS bands. These are available on the How IELTS is scored page. They apply to both IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training versions and are based on the following criteria.

Task 1 responses are assessed on:

  • Task achievement
  • Coherence and cohesion
  • Lexical resource
  • Grammatical range and accuracy.

Task 2 responses are assessed on:

  • Task response
  • Coherence and cohesion
  • Lexical resource
  • Grammatical range and accuracy.

Performance descriptors

Task 1

Task achievement
This assesses how appropriately, accurately and relevantly the response fulfils the requirements set out in the task, using the minimum of 150 words. Academic Writing Task 1 is a writing task which has a defined input and a largely predictable output. It is basically an information-transfer task that relates narrowly to the factual content of an input diagram and not to speculative explanations that lie outside the given data.

Coherence and cohesion
This concerns overall clarity and fluency: how the response organises and links information, ideas and language. Coherence refers to the linking of ideas through logical sequencing. Cohesion refers to the varied and appropriate use of cohesive devices (for example, logical connectors, pronouns and conjunctions) to assist in making the conceptual and referential relationships between and within sentences clear.

Lexical resource
This refers to the range of vocabulary used and its accuracy and appropriacy in terms of the specific task.

Grammatical range and accuracy
This refers to the range and accurate use of grammar as manifested in their sentence writing.

Task 2

Task response
In both IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training versions, Task 2 requires test takers to formulate and develop a position in relation to a given prompt in the form of a question or statement. Ideas should be supported by evidence, and examples may be drawn from the test takers’ own experience. Responses must be at least 250 words in length. Scripts under the required minimum word limit will be penalised.

Coherence and cohesion
This assesses the overall clarity and fluency of the message: how the response organises and links information, ideas and language. Coherence refers to the linking of ideas through logical sequencing. Cohesion refers to the varied and appropriate use of cohesive devices (for example, logical connectors, pronouns and conjunctions) to assist in making the conceptual and referential relationships between and within sentences clear.

Lexical resource
This criterion refers to the range of vocabulary used and its accuracy and appropriacy in terms of the specific task.

Grammatical range and accuracy
This assesses the range and accurate use of grammar, as manifested in their test takers’ writing at sentence level.

Test format – General Training Writing :-

Time : – 60 minutes

Topics are of general interest. There are two tasks:

  • Task 1 – you will be presented with a situation and asked to write a letter requesting information, or explaining the situation. The letter may be personal, semi-formal or formal in style.
  • Task 2 – you will be asked to write an essay in response to a point of view, argument or problem. The essay can be fairly personal in style.

IELTS General Training Writing description

 
Paper format There are two Writing tasks to complete.
Timing 60 minutes
No. of questions 2
Task types In Task 1, test takers are asked to respond to a situation, for example, by writing a letter requesting information or explaining a situation.
In Task 2, test takers write an essay in response to a point of view, argument or problem.
Answering Answers must be written in full in the answer booklet. Notes or bullet points in whole or in part are not acceptable as answers. Test takers may write on the question paper but this cannot be taken from the test room and will not be seen by the examiner.

IELTS General Training Writing in detail

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Task 1

Task type and format In Writing Task 1, test takers are presented with a situation and required to write a personal response in the form of an informal, semi-formal or formal letter of at least 150 words in the answer booklet provided. The situations they are asked to write about are common, everyday ones such as: writing to a college accommodation officer about problems with accommodation, writing to a new employer about time management problems they are having, writing to a local newspaper about a plan to develop a local airport, writing to a renting agency to sort out problems with the heating system in their house.

Test takers are told what kind of information (in the form of three bullet points) they must include in their response. They may be required to request or give information and/or explain a situation. To do this, they may need to do some of the following: ask for and/or provide general factual information, express needs, wants, likes or dislikes, express opinions or complaints, make requests or make suggestions/recommendations.

The style of writing that test takers use depends who they are asked to write to (i.e. the audience) and how well they are supposed to know them. They need to write in a style that is appropriate for their audience and that will help them to achieve their purpose for writing, e.g. writing to a friend (informal) or writing to a manager (semi-formal or formal). Test takers do not need to include any addresses at the head of their letters.

Test takers should spend no more than 20 minutes on this task. They are asked to write at least 150 words and will be penalised if their answer is too short. While test takers will not be penalised for writing more than 150 words, they should remember that a longer Task 1 answer may mean that they have less time to spend on Task 2, which contributes twice as much to the Writing band score.

Test takers should also note that they will be penalised for irrelevance, if the response is off-topic or is not written as full, connected text (e.g. using bullet points in any part of the response, or note form, etc.). They will be severely penalised for plagiarism (i.e. copying from another source).

Task focus This task assesses the ability to follow English letter-writing conventions (i.e. what order to put information in, what style to use, how to start and finish a letter), to use language accurately and appropriately and to organise and link information coherently and cohesively.
No. of questions 1

Task 2

Task type and format In Writing Task 2, test takers write a semi-formal/neutral discursive essay of at least 250 words in the answer book provided.

The task instructions give information about a point of view, argument or problem. They then tell test takers how to discuss this, which may involve providing general factual information, outlining and/or presenting a solution, justifying an opinion, evaluating evidence and ideas.

Topics are of general interest,  – such as: whether children’s leisure activities should be educational, why families are not so close as they used to be and how they could be brought closer, how environmental problems can be solved, who should pay for the care of old people, whether smoking should be banned in public places.

Test takers should make sure that they complete the task carefully and provide a full and relevant response. They should organise their ideas clearly and make sure to support their argument with relevant examples (including from their own experience where relevant) or evidence. For this task, test takers need to be able to communicate more abstract and complex ideas and use a range of vocabulary and grammatical structures. Task 2 contributes twice as much to the final Writing band score as Task 1. Therefore, test takers who fail to attempt to answer this task will greatly reduce their chance of achieving a good score.

Test takers are asked to write at least 250 words and will be penalised if their answer is too short. They should spend no more than 40 minutes on this task.

Test takers should also note that they will be penalised for irrelevance if the response is off-topic or is not written as full, connected text (e.g. using bullet points in any part of the response, or note form, etc.). They will be severely penalised for plagiarism (i.e. copying from another source).

Task focus This task assesses the ability to follow English discursive writing conventions (i.e. what order to put information in, what style to use, how to start and finish discursive writing, how to paragraph), to organise and link information coherently and cohesively and to use language accurately and appropriately.
No. of questions 1

IELTS General Training Writing – How it’s marked

Marking and assessment

Writing responses are assessed by certificated IELTS examiners. All IELTS examiners hold relevant teaching qualifications and are recruited as examiners by the test centres and approved by the British Council or IDP: IELTS Australia.

Each task is assessed independently. The assessment of Task 2 carries more weight in marking than Task 1.Scores are reported in whole and half bands. Detailed performance descriptors have been developed which describe written performance at the nine IELTS bands. They are available on the How IELTS is scored page. The descriptors apply to both the Academic and General Training versions and are based on the following criteria.

Task 1 responses are assessed on:

  • Task achievement
  • Coherence and cohesion
  • Lexical resource
  • Grammatical range and accuracy.

Task 2 responses are assessed on:

  • Task response
  • Coherence and cohesion
  • Lexical resource
  • Grammatical range and accuracy.

Performance descriptors

Task 1

Task achievement
This assesses how appropriately, accurately and relevantly the response fulfils the requirements set out in the task, using the minimum of 150 words. General Training Writing Task 1 is a writing task with a largely predictable output in that each task sets out the context and purpose of the letter and the functions the test taker should cover in order to achieve this purpose.

Coherence and cohesion
This assesses the overall clarity and fluency of the message: how the response organises and links information, ideas and language. Coherence refers to the linking of ideas through logical sequencing. Cohesion refers to the varied and appropriate use of cohesive devices (for example, logical connectors, pronouns and conjunctions) to assist in making the conceptual and referential relationships between and within sentences clear.

Lexical resource
This refers to the range of vocabulary the test takers have used and the accuracy and appropriacy of use in terms of the specific task.

Grammatical range and accuracy
This refers to the range and accurate use of grammar, as manifested in the test takers’ sentence writing.

Task 2

Task response
In both IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training versions, Task 2 requires test takers to formulate and develop a position in relation to a question or statement. Ideas should be supported by evidence, and examples may be drawn from the test takers’ own experience. Responses must be at least 250 words in length. Scripts under the required minimum word limit will be penalised.

The other three assessment criteria (Coherence and Cohesion, Lexical Resource, Grammatical Range and Accuracy) are the same for Task 1 and Task 2.

Test format – Speaking:- 

Time :- 11–14 minutes

The speaking section assesses your use of spoken English. Every test is recorded.

  • Part 1 – the examiner will ask you general questions about yourself and a range of familiar topics, such as home, family, work, studies and interests. This part lasts between four and five minutes.
  • Part 2  – you will be given a card which asks you to talk about a particular topic. You will have one minute to prepare before speaking for up to two minutes. The examiner will then ask one or two questions on the same topic.
  • Part 3 – you will be asked further questions about the topic in Part 2. These will give you the opportunity to discuss more abstract ideas and issues. This part of the test lasts between four and five minutes.

IELTS Speaking description:-

 
Paper format The Speaking test consists of an oral interview between the test takers’ and an examiner. All Speaking tests are recorded.
Timing 11–14 minutes
Task types There are three parts to the test and each part fulfils a specific function in terms of interaction pattern, task input and test takers output.

IELTS Speaking in detail

A detailed look at the paper with links to related resources.

Part 1 – Introduction and interview

Task type and format In this part, the examiner introduces him/herself and checks the test takers’ identity. They then ask the test takers general questions on some familiar topics such as home, family, work, studies and interests. To ensure consistency, questions are taken from a script.

Part 1 lasts for 4–5 minutes.

Task focus This part of the test focuses on the ability to communicate opinions and information on everyday topics and common experiences or situations by answering a range of questions.
No. of questions Variable

Part 2 – Long turn

Task type and format Part 2 is the individual long turn. The examiner gives the test takers a task card which asks the test takers to talk about a particular topic, includes points to cover in their talk and instructs the test takers to explain one aspect of the topic. Test takers are given one minute to prepare their talk, and are given a pencil and paper to make notes. The examiner asks the test takers to talk for 1 to 2 minutes, stops the test takers after 2 minutes, and asks one or two questions on the same topic.

Using the points on the task card effectively, and making notes during the preparation time, will help the test takers think of appropriate things to say, structure their talk, and keep talking for 2 minutes.

Part 2 lasts 3–4 minutes, including the preparation time.

Task focus This part of the test focuses on the ability to speak at length on a given topic (without further prompts from the examiner), using appropriate language and organising ideas coherently. It is likely that the test takers will need to draw on their own experience to complete the long turn.
No. of questions Variable

Part 3 – Discussion

Task type and format In Part 3, the examiner and the test takers discuss issues related to the topic in Part 2 in a more general and abstract way and, where appropriate, in greater depth.

Part 3 lasts 4–5 minutes.

Task focus This part of the test focuses on the ability to express and justify opinions and to analyse, discuss and speculate about issues.
No. of questions Variable

IELTS Speaking – How it’s marked

Marking and assessment

Speaking performances are assessed by certificated IELTS examiners. All IELTS examiners hold relevant teaching qualifications and are recruited as examiners by the test centres and approved by the British Council or IDP: IELTS Australia.

Scores are reported in whole and half bands. Detailed performance descriptors have been developed which describe spoken performance at the nine IELTS bands. These are available on the How IELTS is scored page.

Fluency and coherence
This refers to the ability to talk with normal levels of continuity, rate and effort and to link ideas and language together to form coherent, connected speech. The key indicators of fluency are speech rate and speech continuity. The key indicators of coherence are logical sequencing of sentences, clear marking of stages in a discussion, narration or argument, and the use of cohesive devices (e.g. connectors, pronouns and conjunctions) within and between sentences.

Lexical resource
This criterion refers to the range of vocabulary used and the precision with which meanings and attitudes can be expressed. The key indicators are the variety of words used, the adequacy and appropriacy of the words used and the ability to circumlocute (get round a vocabulary gap by using other words) with or without noticeable hesitation.

Grammatical range and accuracy
This refers to the range and the accurate and appropriate use of the test takers’ grammatical resource. The key indicators of grammatical range are the length and complexity of the spoken sentences, the appropriate use of subordinate clauses, and the range of sentence structures, especially to move elements around for information focus. The key indicators of grammatical accuracy are the number of grammatical errors in a given amount of speech and the communicative effect of error.

Pronunciation
This criterion refers to the ability to produce comprehensible speech to fulfil the Speaking test requirements. The key indicators will be the amount of strain caused to the listener, the amount of the speech which is unintelligible and the noticeability of L1 influence.

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