IELTS - one test, countless opportunities

IELTS (the International English Language Testing System) is the world’s most popular English language test for work, study, and migration. More than 10,000 organisations trust IELTS as a reliable indicator of true to life ability to communicate in English. Delivered on either a computer or paper, IELTS is the only high-stakes language test recognised for migration across Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.


IELTS test format

IELTS is a test of all four language skills – Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. You will take the Listening, Reading, and Writing tests all on the same day one after the other, with no breaks in between. For the Speaking test, you can book a slot online on your preferred date and time. If you fail to choose a slot within the stipulated time, a slot will be automatically allocated to you. The total test time is under three hours.

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IELTS Listening test
(30 minutes)

You will have to listen to four recordings and then answer the questions asked.

The recordings are of native English speakers and the duration of the test is 30 minutes.


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IELTS Reading test
(60 minutes)

The IELTS Reading test requires you to answer 40 questions and is designed to test you on an array of reading skills. You would have to read for gist, main ideas, details, logical arguments, skimming, and figuring out the writers’ attitudes, opinions and intentions.

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IELTS Writing test
(60 minutes)

The IELTS writing test requires you to complete two tasks and covers topics of general interest based on the module you are taking.

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IELTS Speaking Test
(60 minutes)

(11-14 minutes) The IELTS Speaking test assesses your spoken English skills. The test is recorded and conducted in three parts.