IELTS Clinic

IELTS Clinic

IELTS (INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTING SYSTEM) is one of the most prevalent English language tests conducted throughout the world. IELTS is in fact a British test, and in this regard it is against the TOEFL, an American test. IELTS candidates, along with the structural difference between IELTS and TOEFL, should also prioritize between these two tests when choosing a destination country for immigration, work or study.

IELTS test consists of four parts: Listening, reading, writing, and speaking. The entire test has two types of academic and general modules. For university admission and immigration, academic and general training types are required respectively. The score for this test is from zero to nine, not having a pass mark for test, but scores above six are typically considered to be good and acceptable depending on the target. Universities such as Cambridge University, Oxford University and Harvard University, accept IELTS with a minimum score of seven.

IELTS is a benchmark for measuring English language proficiency for people who want to study in or immigrate to English speaking countries in the world. IELTS exam is held jointly by Cambridge University, the British Counsel and IDP Australia. This exam follows the highest and most internationally recognized standards for assessing the English language of volunteers, and evaluates four skills of LISTENING, READING, WRITING and SPEAKING. Many universities in different countries such as Canada, England, Australia, New Zealand and the United States recognize the IELTS test. IELTS certificate is also required for immigration to Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The exam is administered in more than two hundred seventy test centers located in one hundred ten countries around the world. Participants in IELTS test respond to a wide range of very simple to very difficult questions. The score for each part of the exam is between zero and nine. The total score of the exam is calculated by subtracting the score from the four sections of the exam. In IELTS, in addition to the overall score, the score for each section is individually mentioned.

IELTS Mock Test

It is interesting to know that people learn more during the exam than the usual study time. Therefore, to further prepare for the IELTS exam, we have designed an exam similar to the standard IELTS test with the same standard questions so that candidates can test their readiness for the IELTS exam

To learn more about how to take an IELTS test, consider the following

Questions are completely standard
The participant must choose the type of test. The IELTS test has two types of Academic and General, one of which must be selected.

Academic Test

The IELTS Academic Exam is designed for applicants who wish to enroll in universities or other educational institutions in English-speaking countries (other than England). It is also suitable for physicians and nurses who plan to pursue their studies in other English-speaking countries other than the United Kingdom

All of your listening, reading, writing and speaking skills will be tested in four separate sections. There will also be a variety of exam sessions including listening, reading and writing all in one day. It goes without saying that the interview test is also conducted a week before or after the written exam

For the IELTS Academic Reading section, forty questions are assigned in three texts, with the volunteers having two minutes to answer the questions. Exam texts and questions are all selected from non-specialized books, newspapers, pamphlets and magazines

Writing is one hour of writing time. In this section two topics will be given to the volunteers to write about it. The volunteers should devote the first twenty minutes to the first question. The first text should be at least two words long. Forty minutes later, candidates can write a second question with at least two words. Texts of less than one and two words will not receive the full score

The Listening section consists of four sections, each consisting of four questions (total of four questions). The test time is also five minutes and at the end the volunteers have two minutes to transfer the answers to the questionnaire

Finally, the Speaking section, which involves interviewing volunteers, takes between two and three minutes. The first part of the interview will include personal and general questions about family status, job status, volunteer living, and questions about her interests

In the second part, the subject will be given to the volunteer to talk about it for two minutes and state their opinion. In the third section, the volunteer will have an interview with the interviewer in the range of three to five minutes on the topic

General Training

The General IELTS test is designed for people who want to immigrate or work in English-speaking countries. Applicants for immigration to the UK must register for the IELTS UKVI test

This test measures your listening, reading, writing and speaking abilities. One week before or after the written test, an oral exam is also held

Since the IELTS exam is held in both Academic and General, it is important to know that the Reading and Writing section of the General Exam is designed with different questions than Academic, but the listening and speaking part of these two exams are quite similar

IELTS scores range from zero to one. The text of the Reading and Writing sections is very varied and very complete. Text content is also selected from newspapers, the Internet and radio and television programs

In the Reading section, forty questions are asked and volunteers have one hour to answer all the questions. The texts are completely non-specialized and are selected from the usual newspapers, books and magazines that are in three parts, about one to two words

The first part deals with social issues and the second part deals with educational and welfare needs, which has more sophisticated and sophisticated English. The third section also has long texts to measure the ability of the candidate to read long and complex texts

In the Writing section, two topics are given to candidates to write about. The duration of this section is one hour. We suggest that the volunteers devote the first twenty minutes to the first topic (at least 2 words) and the rest of the time to the second topic (at least two words). Answers shorter than the stated value will not be given a complete score

Usually the first thing is asking the candidate to write a letter and explain the problem or problem in the letter. The second issue also asks the candidate to state his or her opinion or opinion on a case

The Listening and Speaking section of the General Exam is quite similar to the IELTS Academic Exam

IELTS Exam Schedule

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IELTS Test Resources

Educational Resources for IELTS Teaching

Focus on Vocabulary
Vocabulary for IELTS (advanced)
Grammar for IELTS
(Two exam books (Cambridge
Techniques based on teacher’s experience

Resources for after-school training to empower learners

  • Focus on Vocabulary
  • Word Skills (intermediate & advanced)
  • Collins vocabulary for IELTS
  • Barron’s essential words for IELTS
  • Collins reading for IELTS
  • CNN Cause and Effects / Concepts and Comments
  • Active reading series
  • Grammar in use (intermediate and advanced)
  • Understanding grammar Betty Azar(advanced)
  • IELTS Advantage Reading Skill
  • Any reference which can help to build up students’ vocabulary and grammar
  • Inside reading series