International English Language Testing System
As Indians, we (usually) do not speak English fluently and regularly as our first language. Even if we are well versed in English, you would still be required to submit some evidence showing our level in the mastery of the English Language, if you are applying for a Master’s programme in Canada. You can give proof by attempting any English Language Tests. The IELTS & the TOEFL exams are two of the most famous choices for the English language assessments. These exams are well known by all Canadian institutions. These standardised English exams assess every feature of a language – reading, listening, writing and speaking. Both TOEFL and IELTS have somewhat similar challenging patterns, but we suggest the IELTS be more comfortable and easy to attempt. This section will guide you on all the phases involved in the IELTS.
Table of contents
Typical time required: 2-8 weeks
Test Fee: Rs. 12,100- Rs. 13,250 as of June 2019
Before You Start
Step by step guide
After You Register
|Listening||4 sections - 40 questions||30 minutes|
|Reading||3 sections - 40 questions||60 minutes|
|Writing||2 Tasks (150 words, 250 words)||60 minutes|
|Speaking||3 parts||11 – 14 minutes|
On the Test Day
So many resources are available online to help you get the BEST score! And guess what, all these resources are absolutely free! These resources cover every aspect of the IELTS test.
You should make the most use of the free preparation course – Road to IELTS. It contains 4 e-books, 9 practice tests & advice videos given by British Council IELTS.