IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System and it was established in 1989. Every English-speaking country have their own English language requirements for overseas students, whether it is a University or High Commission they all are having their own conditions for English requirements. IELTS is the mode of testing or checking the English skills of a candidate. This Test is taken by the expert staff of IELTS within 2 working days where only speaking test is conducted on the first day and the rest 3 modules are conducted on the very next day. For the preparation of all these modules, a student needs training and all the right guidelines which are provided by AD-MAX.
IELTS Test Pattern and Scores
|Listening||4 section, 40 questions in total||40 minutes||0-9|
|Reading||3 passages, each containing 9-12 questions; 40 questions in total||60 minutes||0-9|
|Writing||2 tasks||60 minutes||0-9|
|Speaking||3 sections||11-14 minutes||0-9|