IELTS

 

International English Language Testing System

Acronym

IELTS

Required For

Evaluate potency in English for non-English speakers

 

Mode of taking test

Online/ Offline 

 

Test Type

IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training

 

Official Website

About IELTS

About Test

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is curated for the prospective candidates who wish to work, study or migrate to an English speaking country. This includes the countries such as the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. IELTS is considered the world’s most approved English language test for work, study, and migration. With around 10,000 worldwide institutions relying on IELTS as a trustworthy English language potency test. Approximately, one million candidates apply for the IELTS test across the globe, every year. It encompasses 4 skills to evaluate language proficiency: listening, reading, writing, and speaking.

 

Why take the test?

IELTS evaluates the English language proficiency of the candidate unbiased and regardless of the applicant’s nationality, religion, gender, etc. Most of the recognized International University requires IELTS score to clear the eligibility criteria for admission. Most governments prefer IELTS scores more than any other language skill test as proof of the language potency of the applicant. Furthermore, it helps a candidate to acquire professional registration in an English-speaking country. The test has two versions- Academic and General Training. Furthermore, the IELTS General Training test is the only non-academic test available for migration to UK, USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. 

 
 

GMAT Basics

Eligibility

The candidate must be above 16 years old regardless of nationality, race, religion, gender, etc.

General Facts

In India, the test is available 4 times a month, generally Saturdays and Thursdays for offline mode. And, for the online mode, multiple dates and time slots are available. 

There are more than 1,600 IELTS test centres in over 140 countries and 67 in India. After processing the application your test centre will send you a confirmation letter with the test’s date & time. 

For the offline test, the result will be declared within 13 days and for the online test, it will be available within 3-5 days. 

The score will be reported to the test-takers via the official website or email. 

IELTS allows a two-year validity period 

Listening: 30 minutes; Academic Reading: 60 minutes; General Training Reading: 60 minutes; Academic Writing: 60 minutes; General Training Writing: 60 minutes; Speaking: 11-14 minutes. 

IELTS results are reported on a 9-band scale i.e., from 0 to 9.

Fees (INR)

Registration Fees

Approx. Rs/- 14,700

Rescheduling Fees

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Test Center Change Fees

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Other Miscellaneous Fees

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Process

In 365 days, IELTS is available 48 times a year. The candidate can choose the date according to their convenience and also, can re-attempt multiple times. However, every time the candidate has to pay the exam fee of Rs. 14,700.

 

Step 1

Visit the official IELTS Website or visit Ingress Overseas

Step 2

Go to the 'Register for Test' option on the website

Step 3

Select your preferred test, test type, date, and location.

Step 4

Give the required information

Step 5

Give the registration details

Step 6

Upload copies of your Passport

Step 7

Select the list of institutions where you want to send your Score Report

Step 8

Review your detail and make the payment

Step 9

Print the downloadable receipt

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