There are basically two types of IELTS tests: IELTS Academic and IELTS General. Candidates who wish to study abroad must appear for IELTS Academic. Candidates who wish to migrate abroad need to appear for IELTS General.
When and where is the IELTS conducted in India?
Anyone who is 16 years of age or older can take the IELTS. Nevertheless, aspirants below 18 years of age are allowed to appear for the exam only if it is required by the education institution the student is applying to.
Based on the world-wide data, more than 30 lakh candidates appeared for the IELTS last year.
More than 10,000 programs accept IELTS scores across Canada, USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand and Europe.
There is NO limit on the overall number of times a candidate can sit for the IELTS. But, you must wait to receive your scores before you can book your next test.
The test scores are usually available in 13 business days after the candidate has appeared for the exam.
IELTS is an English Proficiency Test. It examines candidates across four main English skills: Speaking, Writing Reading & Listening. Students need to be fluent on all these four skills.
Candidates will receive a score in increments of 0.5 bands out of 9 bands. Each section, Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing, has a maximum score of 9 bands.
The IELTS registration fee is INR 12,650.
Refer to the official IELTS websites for the latest updates regarding the test:
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