“Luck favors those who are prepared….” At ARMEES we aim at getting every student fully prepared to crack the IELTS test. ARMEES is a premier IELTS preparation and training institute with years of experience in teaching students from various backgrounds who primarily aim at studying abroad. We believe in continuously reinventing ourselves and improving our training methods as per the latest trends. Our experienced trainers make use of various multimedia tools, technology and proprietary training material to deliver the best in its class IELTS training.
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The first things you hear when researching about going abroad to study are some words like GMAT, GRE, TOEFL and IELTS. What exactly are these? Well, to start with, every student aspiring to join an educational institution in a foreign nation is required to appear for an entrance exam similar to ones we have in India, viz-a-viz the IITJEE, AIEEE, etc. There are the usual theoretic exams such as SAT, GMAT, GRE, etc. but these are needed to be supported with some language efficiency exams such as IELTS (International English Language Testing System) and TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) for students from countries which do not have English as their native language.
At ARMEES IELTS preparation and training in Delhi we provide you with the opportunity to give a free mock IELTS test and know your approximate projected score. On the basis of your score we will recommend the number of coaching sessions that are required for you to get a good score on IELTS. This helps you save time and money. To take your free Score Mock test, contact us now. We help you with IELTS preparation and coaching.
The IELTS test is a standard for admission to most Australian, British, Canadian, New Zealand and South African academic institutions, and a growing number of institutions in the Unites States, among a long list. The test is divided into four modules, namely, Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. An average test taker usually takes up to 2 hours and 45 minutes to finish the test. The scoring scale on the IELTS is from 0-9, with different institutions having their own cut-offs. The IELTS tests are held at over 800 centres with tests upto four times a month. The IELTS is available in two test formats, the IELTS Academic or the General Training. The Academic module is for candidates who wish to study at undergraduate or postgraduate levels, whereas the General training module is for candidates wishing to migrate to an English speaking country. All candidates take the same Listening and Speaking components, but different Reading and Writing Components.Lets’ have a brief look at what you will face when you write the IELTS:
IELTS General and Academic Practices in Listening
In the listening module, you are made to face four sections with a total of 40 questions, which assess your understanding of main ideas and specific information, recognizing opinions, etc. Each correct answer receives 1 mark and the total score converted to standard IELTS 9-band scale.
IELTS General and Academic Practices in Reading
The reading section, with a total of 40 questions divided into three categories. As the name suggests, the module tests your reading and interference skills. Similar to the listening section, each correct answer receives 1 mark, with the total converted to the 9-band scale.
IELTS General and Academic Practices in Writing
The Writing section has two parts, including essay writing. Candidates are assessed on the performance in both tasks and scored according to task achievement, coherence and cohesion, lexical resource, grammatical range and accuracy.
IELTS General and Academic Practices in Speaking
The last module, lasting 11-14 minutes, is a face-to-face oral interview with an examiner. The candidate is passed through three stages, introduction and interview, individual long turn and a two-way discussion with the examiner.
All the four modules contribute equally to the overall score. To register for the test, one must first look for the nearest IELTS centre and enquire for an available date. The application form can be printed form the IELTS website and sent in with passport sized photographs, the registration fee. You must also possess a valid and not expired passport to give the test.The IELTS today is preferred by thousands of institutions across the globe and the best part is a student may re-take it as many times as he/she wishes to , till they reach their desired target score.
1. What is the cost or registration fee of the IELTS test?
The total Exam cost along with Registration fee ranges from US$ 115 to US$145 depending on the country you are giving they exam from. In India the current cost for the exam is Rs. 9500
2. How can I go about registering for the IELTS test?
You must have a passport to apply for IELTS and you can register online, in person at our institute, and you can also get registered by filling the application form and can mail it to the test centre, which will eventually send you all details regarding the IELTS test. At ARMEES we can do your IELTS Registration on your behalf.
3. What is the difference between Academic IELTS and General Training IELTS?
The Academic module includes language skills evaluation and assess whether a student should study or train at an undergraduate or post graduate level whereas General training is recommended for candidates who are going to English speaking countries for work experience or for immigration purposes to countries UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Any student who wants to apply for admission in a university would need to appear for Academic IELTS module.
4. How often can I take the IELTS test?
Candidates may re-sit for IELTS at any time. There is no restriction and they can repeat the test whenever they wish.
5. How and when will I get my IELTS results?
The results are usually declared in 13-15 days after the test date. Results are first published on the IELTS website followed by the mark sheet being sent via mail.
6. What if I am unable to attend the test?
If a candidate is unable to attend the test then the candidate is deemed an absentee and no refund is applicable in such an event. However, if there is any unavoidable reason due to which the candidate fails to appear in the exam then the application may be considered with some conditions. In such scenario the fee is refundable but again acceptance of your application is subject to approval by the test centre, who will make the final and binding decision.
7. What is the age limit for the test?
Only candidate above the age of 16 years can appear for the IELTS Test.
8. How long is an IELTS score valid?
The IELTS score is valid for two years, after which the student is required to give the IELTS test again.
9. What are the necessary things required to carry on the day of the IELTS test?
Candidates must carry their passport, hall ticket and relevant stationery for the test modules. In case you have registered online, then do not forget to carry a recent and color passport-sized photograph.
*Fees is not refundable after the students has registered with us