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    Language is a skill the more you practice the better you get generally. Speaking is the most fundamental part of a language and you just need to find opportunities to practice. If you can’t speak well how on earth will you manage in your new country, your new job, or your new study? That’s what the IELTS is testing! Do you have the right level of English to succeed in the venture that you are embarking upon?

    Saturday, July 10, 2010

    IELTS TEST Information

    Test Duration  :   2 Hours  45  Minutes
    Test Section :      Listening - 30 Minutes
                                Reading  - 60 Minutes
                                Writing   - 60 Minutes
                                Speaking - 11 - 14 Minutes

    Score :   Will be awarded on a band scale of 1 to 9
    Validity :    2 years
    Test Pattern : Paper - based.
    Age Limit : Minimum 16 years.


    Results are returned to the candidates within two weeks in the form of a test Report Form.


    Candidates receive scores on a band scale from 1 to 9

    A band Score for each of the four modules as well as on overall score is recorded on the Test Report Form.
    This allows receiving institution to clearly identify the candidates strengths and weakness. These Band Scores 
    are recorded on the Test Report Form along with details of the candidates nationality, first language and date of birth. The Test Report Form indicates whether it is for an Academic or General Training candidate.

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