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1
  • Success Starts with IELTS

2
Overview
  • What is IELTS?
  • Test Format
  • Test Modules
  • What makes us your first choice?
  • Registration

3
What is IELTS?
Designed to assess the English language ability
of people who intend to study or work where
English is the language of communication
4
The Partners
5
Modules
  • Academic
  • General Training

6
IELTS Test Results
  • Test Result is valid for 2 years
  • A band score is awarded per subtest (LRWS)
  • Band score ranges from 1-9
  • There is no passing or failing mark

7
Band scores
  • Band 9 - Expert User
  • Band 8 - Very Good User
  • Band 7 - Good User
  • Band 6 - Competent User
  • Band 5 - Modest User
  • Band 4 - Limited User
  • Band 3 - Extremely Limited User
  • Band 2 - Intermittent User
  • Band 1 - Non User

8
IELTS Test Format
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Listening Test
  • Timing approx. 30 minutes 10 minutes transfer
    time
  • Questions 40 items
  • Types of questions multiple choice, matching,
    plan/map/diagram labelling, form and note
    completion, table completion, flow-chart
    completion, summary completion, sentence
    completion, short-answer questions)

10
Listening Test
Test Parts 4 sections Section1 conversation
between two people set in everyday social
context Section2 monologue set in everyday
social context Section3 conversation between up
to 4 people set in an educational or training
context Section4 monologue on an academic subject
11
Listening Test
  • Skills Assessed
  • Understanding of main ideas and specific factual
    information
  • Recognising opinions, attitudes and purpose of
    the speaker
  • Following development of an argument

12
Reading Test
  • Timing approx. 30 minutes 10 minutes transfer
    time
  • Questions 40 items
  • Types of questions multiple choice, matching,
    plan/map/diagram labelling, form and note
    completion, table completion, flow-chart
    completion, summary completion, sentence
    completion, short-answer questions)

13
Academic Reading Test
  • Texts are authentic and taken from books,
    journals, magazines and newspaper 3 sections with
    a total text length of 2,150-2,750 words
  • Written for non-specialist audience and are on
    academic topics of general interests
  • Text range from descriptive and factual to
    discursive and analytical
  • May contain non-verbal materials such as diagrams

14
GT Reading Test
  • Section 1 contains two or three factual texts.
    Topics are relevant to everyday life in an
    English-speaking country.
  • Section 2 contains two factual texts focusing on
    work related issues
  • Section 3 contains one longer, more complex text
    on a topics of general interest.
  • Text are authentic taken from notices, ads,
    company handbook, books, magazines, newspaper and
    official document

15
Reading Test
  • Skills Assessed
  • Reading for gist
  • Reading for main ideas
  • Reading for detail
  • Understanding inferences and implied meaning
  • Recognising a writers opinion, attitudes and
    purpose
  • Following the development of an argument

16
Writing Test
Timing 60 minutes Tasks there are two
tasks Candidates are required to write at least
150 words in task 1 and at least 250 words in
task two Test Parts 2 parts
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Academic Writing Test
Task 1 Presents a table, graph, chart or diagram
Candidate must describe and explain data,
describe the stages of a process, describe an
event or an object from a given, Task 2 Write
an essay in response to a point of view, argument
or problem Response for both task should be
written in a formal style.
18
GT Writing Test
Task 1 Candidates are presented with a situation
and are asked to write a letter. The letter maybe
personal, semi-formal or formal in style. Task 2
Write an essay in response to a point of view,
argument or problem. The essay can be slightly
more personal in style than Academic.
19
WritingTest
  • Skills Assessed
  • Ability to write a response which is appropriate
    in terms of
  • Content
  • Organisation of ideas
  • Accuracy
  • Vocabulary
  • Grammar

20
Speaking Test
Timing 11-14 minutes Tasks A face-to-face
interview with an examiner. The speaking test is
recorded. Parts 3 parts Part 1 Introduction and
interview (3-4 mins) The examiner confirms
candidate identity and ask general questions on
familiar topics e.g. home
21
Speaking Test
  • Part 2 Individual long turn (3-4 minutes)
  • Candidate is given a task card
  • Candidate is given 1 minute to prepare their talk
  • Candidate talks for 1-2 minutes
  • Examiner then asks the candidate 1-2 questions on
    the same topic

22
Speaking Test
  • Part 3 Two-way discussion (4-5 minutes)
  • Examiner asks further questions related to topic
    on part 2
  • These questions can give the candidate an
    opportunity to discuss more abstract issues and
    ideas

23
Speaking Test
  • Skills Assessed
  • A wide range of speaking skills is assessed
    including
  • Ability to communicate opinion and information on
    everyday topics, experiences etc by answering a
    range of questions
  • Ability to speak at length using appropriate
    language and organising ideas coherently
  • Ability to express and justify opinion and to
    analyse, discuss and speculate about issues

24
Speaking Test Criteria
  • Fluency talking at a natural rate without
  • causing too much effort for the listener.
  • Vocabulary range
  • Grammatical Range and Accuracy
  • Pronunciation

25
What makes IELTS and the British Council your
first choice?
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ExpertDesigned by experts, trusted around the
world
  • Consistent and and fair to everyone regardless of
    age, gender, race
  • Trusted and recognised by institutions, business
    and
  • Governments
  • Endorsed by thousands of experts from
    universities,
  • professional bodies, government agencies and
    employers.

27
PersonalOur tests are shaped by your needs
  • Format allows ease of preparation and review
  • You know what to expect
  • Personal, private and calm speaking interview
    space
  • Free support resources from the British Council

28
How to register?
  • Glion overseas is Authorised Registration
  • centre to register your test at British council
  • Bring the following requirements
  • 2 pcs passport size photos
  • Photocopy of valid ID
  • Test fee amounting to INR 11300

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Register with IELTS COACHING DWARKA
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