You will hear many stories about the IELTS test. Don’t believe them all! Instead of believing these false claims, the best thing you can do is improve your English proficiency and become comfortable with the format of the test and the type of questions you may be asked.
Some common myths to look out for: Continue reading “Common myths about the IELTS test”
The writing component of the IELTS test is divided into two tasks. The total time allowed for both tasks is 60 minutes.
Academic Writing Task 1
In Writing Task 1 you need to write a short report that describes information presented in a diagram. You need to describe this diagram clearly and accurately in your own words. Continue reading “IELTS Writing Test – Academic”
Let’s look at some key facts about the IELTS Reading component of the Academic IELTS test.
The IELTS test you should choose will depend on both the requirements of your visa and of the organisation where you plan to study or work.
IELTS Academic is designed for people planning to study in higher education or those seeking professional registration. It assesses whether you are ready to begin studying or training in an environment where English is the language used.
Continue reading “Which IELTS test to choose – Academic or General Training?”