International English Language Testing System (IELTS)

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is widely recognized by universities and employers around the world. There are two versions of the test: an academic version and a general training version. While universities require the academic version, the general training version is used by some government bodies for work and immigration permits.


Three hours


Unlike the TOEFL, the speaking portion of the IELTS is done in person with an examiner. The IELTS has more diverse question formats as well, with a mix of multiple choice, diagram labelling, matching, short answer, and sentence completion.


Listening (40 minutes), reading (60 minutes), writing (60 minutes), and speaking (11-14 minutes)


Scores range from 1 to 9 including half scores. The results are delivered within 13 days of taking the test and are valid for two years.

Commonly required score

Many universities require scores in the range of 6-7, which is equivalent to B2/C1 in the CEF proficiency levels.

How often

Testing centres usually offer the IELTS twice a month on the weekends.

  • Registration & Lectures
  • Weekday and Weekend Lectures
  • Online LIVE Classes
  • Admissions & Scholarship Consult
  • Immigration Consult
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  • Mock Test, Past Questions

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