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IELTS Course Outline
It includes four sections – 40 items
One is a conversation between two individuals
The Second is a monologue/ speech
The third section is a conversation among a maximum of four people set in an academic setting
The final one is a monologue on an academic subject
(Note – The audio is only played only once for each section.)
Same as Academic.
Topics are of general interest and suitable for candidates planning undergraduate and postgraduate studies abroad or seeking professional registration.
In task I, you will be presented with a graph, table, chart, or diagram and asked to describe, summarize or explain the information in your own words.
In task II, you will be asked to write an essay in response to a point of view, argument, or problem.
In task I, you need to respond to a given situation in form of a letter. It is suggested that you must write at least 150 words and spend 20 minutes on this task.
In task II, you are provided with a point of view, argument, or problem. You have to present a solution to the problem, challenge ideas, compare evidence, or display contrasting opinions. It is suggested that you must write at least 250 words and spend about 40 minutes on this task
It includes three sections – 40 items
You need to read the text passages and answer questions in multiple-choice, sentence completion, summary writing, matching information, short-answers
Each passage consists of 13-14 questions
The reading module has in total of 40 questions
Reading passages and questions are different in Academic and General Training IELTS.
The syllabus includes three long texts.
Subject matter range from descriptive and factual to discursive and analytical.
The texts are authentic and are taken from books, journals, magazines, and newspapers.
These are selected for a non-specialist audience
Appropriate for candidates entering university courses or seeking professional registration abroad.
Requires candidates to read extracts from books, magazines, newspapers, notices, advertisements, company handbooks, and guidelines.
Three-part one-on-one conversation
The test will be recorded for evaluation purposes and will consist of three parts that simulate a face-to-face oral interview with an examiner.
The Speaking component assesses the candidates’ use of spoken English; takes between 11 to 14 minutes to complete.
The entire speaking test is recorded by the examiner.
In Part I, you will be asked questions about yourself and a range of familiar topics, such as home, family, work, studies, and interests.
Part I is for about four and five minutes.
In Part II, you will be given a card asking you to talk about a particular topic. You will be given one minute to prepare before speaking.
In Part III, the questions you will be asked will be connected to the Part II topics.