About IELTS

  • The International English Language Testing System
  • IELTS is available in two types: Academic Test and General Test
  • Recognized by over 9000 government and non-government organizations including universities, colleges and immigration departments
  • Knowledge / skills tested: Listening, reading, writing and speaking of the English language
  • Score / grade validity: 2 years
  • Purpose: To assess the English language proficiency of non-native English speakers
  • For more information visit www.ielts.org

Why IELTS Test Preparation At CAREERLINE?

  • Proven records of last 19 years
  • Certified faculty members trained by British Council or IDP
  • Structured course
  • Exhaustive study materials
  • Well equipped library with extensive reading materials
  • “Multi- layered coaching system (MLCS)”
  • Nodal Agents – IDP and British Council
  • Cyclic course – can join any week!
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Test Format

SectionsParts and Number of QuestionsDurationTotal Score
ModulesAcademic & General Training--
Listening40 Objective questions30 Min+10 Min to transfer the answers-
Reading 40 Objective questions3 passages - 60 Minutes-
WritingGT : Task 1–Letter (150 Words) & Task 2- Essay (250 Words)
AC: Task 1–Report/Graph/Chart (150 Words) & Task 2- Essay (250 Words)
60 Minutes-
Speaking11 to 14 Minutes of interview with a trained examiner
Part 1- Introduction,
Part 2-Cue Card
Part 3- General Discussion
-Total Score:9 Bands
IELTS Test Details
  • Available in two modules – Academic & General Training
  • Academic module evaluates English for academic purpose and General training tests functional language for work
  • Four sub-tests: Listening, Reading, Writing & Speaking
  • Reading- 40 Objective questions, 3 passages (60 minutes)
IELTS Test Details
  • 40 Objective questions (30 Min+10 Min to transfer the ans)
IELTS Test Details
  • GT : Task 1–Letter (150 Words) & Task 2- Essay (250 Words)
  • AC: Task 1–Report/Graph/Chart (150 Words) & Task 2- Essay (250 Words) (60 Minutes)
IELTS Test Details
  • 11 to 14 Minutes of interview with a trained examiner and
  • Part 1 – Introduction,
  • Part 2 – Cue Card
  • Part 3 – General Discussion
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