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Introduction To IELTS Listening

Listening module foe IELTS is also known as the receptive skill for IELTS, where the candidate has to answer the question according to the audios that he/ she hear too.
This module consists of 40 questions (4 sections with 10 questions each).

Sections 1 and 2 play every day social discussions between two speakers. Section 1 usually includes discussion between 2 speakers about travel arrangements, accommodation etc. majorly a conversation. Section 2 is a monologue usually about local facilities etc.

Sections 3 and 4 play education and training related conversations wherein section 3 has about 4 people conversing with each other primarily in an educational or training setup (ex. A group of students discussing a project) and section 4 has a monologue on an academic project usually.

Introduction To IELTS Reading

IELTS Academic reading has 3 long passages. Each passage will contain one long text. Time limit to complete the entire reading is 60 minutes or an hour with 40 questions to be attempted. These authentic texts are taken from books, journals, magazines and newspapers, usually written for non-specialist audience on academic topics of general interest.

Tests are appropriate to, and accessible to, test takers entering undergraduate or postgraduate courses or seeking professional registration. Texts range from the descriptive and factual to the discursive and analytical. Texts may contain non-verbal materials such as diagrams, graphs or illustrations.

If texts contain technical terms, then a simple glossary is provided.

Introduction To IELTS Writing

This module consists of 2 tasks. Task 1 requires at least 150 words and Task 2 requires no more than 250 words. Writing task differs for academic and general training, where for academic task 1 is a graph or table etc. and for general training task 1 is a letter whereas task 2 is similar for both academic and general training. The responses to Task 1 and 2 should be given in an academic, semi-formal or neutral in style.

For academic task 1 will be a graph, table, chart or diagram and you are asked to describe, summarize or explain the information in your own words.

You may be expected to describe and explain data, describe the stages of a process or the way something works or describe an object or event. Candidate is allowed 20 minutes to complete this task.

Introduction To IELTS Speaking

The speaking test is the same for Academic and General IELTS and lasts for about 11-15 minutes and is divided into 3 major parts.

PART 1- Introduction and Interview (4-5 minutes)
The examiner introduces him/her and asks you to introduce yourself and confirm your identity and further asks you generic questions on common topics like home, family, work, studies and interests.

PART 2- Individual long turn (3-4 minutes)
The examiner gives you a cue card which asks you to talk about a particular topic and which includes points you can cover in your talk. You are given 1 minute to prepare, and a pencil and paper to make notes. You are then expected to speak on the same for 1-2 minutes and then the examiner asks you one or two questions on the same topic.