IELTS Training
IELTS Training
Why IELTS training?

For Migration: Countries such as New Zealand, Canada, Australia, and UK require IELTS as a proof for proficiency in English

For Study: IELTS is recognised as evidence for English proficiency in education and training institutes

For Work: IELTS is required for professional registration, vocational training, by employers and professional organizations. Accounting, law, engineering, medicine, tourism, aviation industries require IELTS

Why train for IELTS with us?

Multiple Batches: Choose a batch of your choice amongst the multiple batches throughout the day

Specialised Trainers: Expert PTE faculties who have themselves achieved full scores in PTE test

In-house Practice Tests: We provide high grade practice test in resemblance to format of the PTE test.

Regular Evaluation: Mentors are available to help and clarify your doubts during the PTE course duration.

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) assess proficiency in the English language. IELTS measures English competency of individuals who want to study or work in places where English is the mode of communication.

The skilfulness in English language is determined on a nine-band scale. The scale ranges from band score 1 (nonuser) to band score 9 (expert).

Types of tests:

IELTS tests are of two types: IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training

IELTS Academic:

The IELTS Academic test is applicable for candidates who desire to apply for higher studies or professional registration in English speaking countries. Applicants are assessed for certain features of academic language to ascertain that they are ready to study. Institutes which recognise IELTS reinforce this form of testing.

IELTS General Training:

The IELTS General Training Test is for individuals, who are migrating for work experience, training programs and secondary education in English speaking environment. The test aims to assess the survival skills in working environments.

Format of IELTS:

The IELTS test evaluates competency in four language skills --- listening, reading, writing and speaking. The complete assessment is done in 2 hours and 45 minutes.

Writing
(Duration – 60 minutes)

IELTS Academic Test: Applicants are asked to write on general topics. For example- an essay on a particular topic or summarising data presented in a table, graph or chart.

IELTS General Training: Applicants are asked to write letter or essay. The style could be formal, semi-formal or personal.

Reading
(Duration – 60 minutes)

The Reading module contains 40 minutes, structured to evaluate reading skills of the applicants. Browsing through the main ideas, details, and gist are assessed. The test involves checking the applicant’s ability to understand the writer’s opinion, logical argument, and purpose.

Listening
(Duration – 30 minutes)

Applicants are allowed to hear four recordings of native English orators followed with answers to a set of questions.

Recording 1: Discussion between two people set in everyday social backdrop

Recording 2: A monologue set in an everyday social background, e.g. a speech about current affairs

Recording 3: Conversation between 4 people set in training or educational background, e.g. discussion between mentor and students about a project

Recording 4: A monologue or a subject or academic topic

The ability of students to understand the main concept along with detailed information is assessed. The development of ideas, presentation and opinion are also weighed.

Speaking
(Duration – 11 - 14 minutes)

The speaking module focuses on evaluating the use of spoken English.

Part 1: General questions about you (personal, family, hobbies) are asked.

Part 2: Discuss a particular topic

Part 3: Additional questions about the topic given in part 2 are asked to discuss abstract ideas

Generally the validity period is set by organizations depending on their purposes. Recognized IELTS providers propose two year validity period for the IELTS test score.

IELTS score is trusted by immigration authorities worldwide as a measure of English competency. The face-to-face speaking test assesses the communicative skills and elicits realistic interpretation of language skills.

DHA measures English proficiency level with IELTS score as follows:

English Language Proficiency Level IELTS Score
Functional 4.5
Vocational 5.0
Competent 6.0
Proficient 7.0
Superior 8.0
The IELTS test score is available after 13 days from the day you completed the test. The results will be displayed online for 28 days.
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