IELTS Exam Preparation

We provide exclusive in house training to students in English language tests like IELTS, TOEFL, PEARSON PTE and general aptitude testing services such as GRE and NTS etc. As well we provide state of the art visa interview preparation skills. For this purposes we have a modern classrooms equipped with all basic facilities like multimedia projector and writing boards. The students are tested on practice exam in a fully operational computer lab with a network of 15 computers. 


IELTS is an International Examination of English which means International English Language Testing System. In IELTS a candidate has to undergo a comprehensive test which will have a seminal effect on all the requirements of English needed for a university Student and other purposes such as proof of your second language.

The IELTS is basically consisting of Four modules which are Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking.


The IELTS listening test takes approximately 30 minutes. The listening material is recorded on a cassette tape/ Cd/Dvd which you will hear only once. At the end of the recorded material you will be given ten minutes to copy your answers in to the answer sheet.


The reading component consist of two parts one is Academic and other one is General, as mostly students opt for Academic the pattern is expounded below but in General IELTS the Candidate has to undergo easer reading session which are generally of  lower standard.


The writing component consist of two parts one is Academic and other one is General, as mostly students opt for Academic pattern which is bit tough but in General IELTS the Candidate has to undergo Letter writing session. Task Two carries more weight in your final band score than Task One. Remember that illegible handwriting will reduce your final score.


The IELTS speaking test takes around 11 to 15 minutes and is in the form of an interview. The interview will most probably seem like a friendly conversation which typically covers some aspects of your past, present and future situations.

  • The interviewer will direct the conversation through questions which mostly focus on you and your opinions.
  • The interview has four main sections:
  • some general questions about yourself
  • a discussion of topics of general interest
  • a role play/Cue Card
  • a discussion of your future plans

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