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What is the IELTS Test?

IELTS = International English Language Testing System. It is the world’s biggest English language test with test centres in most countries. This means it is a test which accepts international English, not only British English.

There are four parts to the IELTS test:

IELTS Speaking – a face to face informal test with an examiner which lasts between 11 and 14 mins and is made up of 3 parts. All IELTS candidates take the same test.

IELTS Listening – a 30 minute audio recording with 40 questions. All IELTS candidates take the same test.

IELTS Reading – 3 reading passages with 40 questions which lasts for 1 hour. This test is divided into Academic and General Training papers.

IELTS Writing – this is divided into task 1 and task 2. Task 1 Academic is a short report of a chart, graph, map table etc. Task 1 GT is a letter. Task 2 Academic & GT is a formal essay. IELTS writing lasts for 1 hour in total.

IELTS Test Information

What does IELTS mean?

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IELTS stands for: International English Language Testing System.

How many skills are tested in the IELTS test?

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There are 4 skills tested: listening, reading, writing and speaking.

Which is best, IDP or British Council?

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See this page for tips and advice about where to take your test: IDP or BC?

What is IELTS UKVI?

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See this page for information on IELTS UKVI: http://takeielts.britishcouncil.org/ielts-ukvi

Does the IELTS test accept American English?

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Yes, it does. It is an international test of English. In the speaking test, most examiners speak with an English or Australian accent. For spelling, you must choose either US or UK spelling – you can’t mix them.

Which skills do I take on the same day?

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Listening, reading and writing are all taken on the same day. The speaking test can be taken either before, after or on the same day as the other skills.

Is there a break between the reading and writing test?

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No, there is no break between the listening, reading and writing test. They are all taken together and take a total of 2 hours and 40 minutes. So, make sure you eat and drink well before you take your test

Can I use a pen in my IELTS Test?

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You can use a pen or pencil for your IELTS writing test. However, for your listening and reading test, you must use a pencil (don’t forget to take an eraser with you).

How many times can I take my IELTS test?

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You can take it as many times as you want. There is no limit.

Can I wear a watch in my IELTS test?

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No, you can’t. You can’t wear a watch in any of the IELTS tests, even the speaking test. There will be a clock on the wall so you can check the time.

What happens if I am colour blind?

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You should contact your IELTS test center before the exam to let them know. They will adapt any colour pages or illustrations for you in the test.

Can I write using capital letters?

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Yes, you can. Click on this link to learn more: Capital letters in IELTS

Answers.

General Training IELTS – what are the differences?The GT IELTS test is only different in reading and writing. All students take the same speaking and listening test. However, GT students take a different reading test and a different writing test. See below in the relevant sections for more information.

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2 Comments

ROUMAISA MALICK · August 4, 2020 at 12:09 pm

I find all the practice test very useful please do add some more test

Sarika Kaul · July 18, 2020 at 10:20 am

I would like to prepare for the IELTS test

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