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Why IELTS Tutorials
Are you studying for IELTS online or do you want to supplement your classroom studies with extra lessons and activities to improve your score?
Here is, to provide you with everything you need to know about the test and everything you need to help you achieve the score you need!
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IELTS Tutorials concern about studying, posting and preparing for the Ielts exam both types "General or Academic" for ALL people interested in English language.IELTS Tutorials will help you to take preparation without going to any coaching centre and we strongly encourage people to avoid coaching centres.
What is IELTS
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is the world’s largest exam, and as its name suggests, it is used to test English language for college and university entrance, as well as for immigration or registration with professional bodies.
There are two kinds of IELTS tests: the Academic test for further study and the General Training (GT) test for immigration.
There is no pass or fail with IELTS. Instead, there are bands that show a person’s level. These bands range from 0-9. A Zero is a candidate who didn’t come for the test; and a Nine is a native speaker – someone whose English is perfect. A Five is a person who makes a lot of mistakes but can generally be understood. A Six is still an intermediate speaker, whereas
a Seven is starting to get good. An Eight has perhaps only five or six errors in his or her 650 words of writing, and in the Speaking test, makes only very occasional errors. A Six is not that hard to score, but a Seven takes years of intensive study and usually residence in an English- speaking country.
What are the four parts of the test?
IELTS is made up of four sub-tests. Candidates do all of them on one or two days. They are, in the order that they take place: Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking.
The four tests are equally weighted, or if you think of it another way: worth 25% each. A band is given for each one, and there is also an average or Overall Band.