What is IELTS?

IELTS is an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) which is the world’s most popular high-stakes English language proficiency test, designed to assess the English proficiency of the people who intend to study abroad where English is the language of communication.

The IELTS test is aimed for:

  • Students who wish to go for higher studies. (Academic IELTS)
  • Working professional looking to work in any foreign country. (GT IELTS)
  • People seeking immigration options around the globe. (GT IELTS)
  • Professionals are interested to work in companies (in Pakistan) requiring proficiency tests. (GT/ACADEMIC)
  • Citizenship or spouse Visa (IELTS Life skills A1, B1)


IELTS is the International English Language Testing System which carried international standards test of English language proficiency, especially for non-native English language speakers. IELTS is been managed by the British council consisting of IDP i.e. IELTS Australia and Cambridge Assessment English.
IELTS is basically available in two different categories, academic and general

Academic which referring to those who are applying for their higher education or as well as for professional registration. Whereas IELTS general training is specifically for those who are migrating to Australia, Canada, and the UK or applying for secondary education and training programs to gain work experience in an English native speaking environment. Therefore, both versions will provide a valid and accurate assessment for four English language skills i.e. listening, reading, writing, and speaking.

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The foundation of IELTS has been based in 1989. Currently, IELTS is considered the prime English language assessment in all over the world. IELTS is comprised of four basic modules which are listening, reading, writing, and speaking. There are two different types of IELTS i.e. academic and general training whereas the speaking and listening trends are the same in both modules.
The trend of reading and writing assessments are somehow different from each module.

  • IELTS Academic (L,R,W,S)
  • IELTS General Training (L,R,W,S)





Listening paper is based on four major parts which comprise of ten questions in each part.Hence the questions are in the same order and information in the recording.The answer to the first question will be before the answer to the second question and so on.Where parts 1 and 2 deal with everyday and social situations. Rest two parts 3 and 4 have been deal with the educational and training situations.In part 3 there is the conversation between the two main speakers. In part 4 only one person speaking on the academic subjects.


Academic Reading paper usually comes from books, journals, magazines, newspaper, and online resources which written for a non-specialist audience.The topic considered is from general interest to the students at the undergraduate or postgraduate level.The text may also contain diagrams, graphs, and illustrations.Whereas text is usually based on the technical vocabulary in which the simple dictionary is provided by the definition.


Generally, two tasks need to be completed in the IELTS writing paper which includes that you have to complete the situation by writing the letter i.e. asking for information or explaining the given situation where you need to write a minimum of 150 words in a maximum of the given period which is 20 minutes or so.In the next phase of writing, you are given by argument or the problem which you have to discuss and write the limited words in a given period.


Speaking paper is generally the assessment that is comprised of a face-to-face interview between the candidate and the examiner.The speaking test is been recorded. In such an assessment the three parts of the test follow the specific pattern of a task to test your speaking abilities in different ways.

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