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IELTS

The IELTS test has two forms: the Academic test (or module) and the General Training test (or module). The module that you take depends on the reason that you are taking it for. Generally speaking, the Academic Module is for those people who are trying to gain entry onto undergraduate or postgraduate education courses or for professional reasons. The General Training Module is for those people who wish to join some kinds of vocational or training courses, secondary schools or for immigration purposes.

Both Academic and General Training modules try and reflect real life situations to test whether a candidate would survive in English speaking social and academic environments. This would test General Training candidates to see if they could give a "work related presentation" to fellow work colleagues and would test Academic candidates if they can give a "university style presentation" to fellow students. It tests whether candidates have the English language capability to perform these tasks under some kind of pressure.

The IELTS test (both Academic and General Training modules) is divided into four parts: reading, writing, listening and speaking. The listening and speaking tests are exactly the same for the Academic and General Training modules but the reading and writing tests are different. Thus the test appears like this (in the order that you will take the different parts):

  ACADEMIC GENERAL TRAINING
Listening 4 sections; 40 questions. 30 minutes 4 sections; 40 questions. 30 minutes
Reading

3 sections; 40 questions

3 long texts

1 hour

3 sections; 40 questions

3 long texts

1 hour

Writing

2 tasks

1 hour

2 tasks

1 hour

Speaking

3 sections

11 - 14 minutes

3 sections

11 - 14 minutes

And coming to coaching classes its going to be one on one where no other institute provides and we will go by module by module after introduction giving at least 5 mocks per module and 3 complete MOCK tests maintaining an average band of 7 till now.