What is IELTS?
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is designed to determine the linguistic skill of applicants who choose to study or work where the language of communication is English. This is a comprehensive test built on all fronts to assess your language abilities. Your IELTS score is essentially the indicator of your language proficiency.
When will I be able to take IELTS?
In over 125 nations, IELTS is provided up to four times a month. Usually, exams are on Saturdays or Thursdays. Based on the availability of seats, you can book your test date. You can also determine how well prepared you are for the exam, of course. In reality, this is a key factor in deciding on the test date.
What is the format for testing?
Academic and General Preparation are two modules to choose from.
The Academic Module is for applicants wishing to study at the undergraduate or postgraduate level and for applicants seeking professional registration. The General Training Module is intended to transfer to an English-speaking country. (Australia, Canada, New Zealand or the UK).