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IELTS Prepration

Immigration Experts with its healthy experience and knowledge since 2010 in the field of immigration and study-abroad consultancy services has now launched IELTS exam preparatory classes.

Immigration Expert’s IELTS classes will benefit you from:

  • Highly skilled staff
  • Study in state of the art professional classrooms
  • Emphasis on all modules with development of grammar and vocabulary
  • Practice with tests with peers and teachers
  • Learner centered approach
  • Extra coaching for weak students

The IELTS test has four parts:

  • Listening: 30 minutes (plus 10 minutes’ transfer time)
  • Reading: 60 minutes
  • Writing: 60 minutes
  • Speaking: 11–14 minutes

The test total time is: 2 hours and 45 minutes.

The International Language Testing System English or IELTS is an international standardized test of English language proficiency for non-native speakers of English language. It is jointly managed by British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and Cambridge English Language Assessment, and was built in 1989. IELTS is one of the main tests of English language in the world; others are the TOEFL, TOEIC and OPI / OPIc. There are two versions of the IELTS: the Academic Version and the General Training Version.

“What is IELTS Academic Version?”

IELTS Academic and intended for those who wish to enroll in universities and other higher education institutions and professionals such as doctors and nurses who want to study or practice in an English speaking country.

“What is IELTS General Version?”

]IELTS General Training is intended for those planning to undertake non-academic training or to gain work experience, or for immigration purposes.

“What are the characteristics of IELTS?”

General and Academic IELTS, both incorporate the following characteristics:

  • IELTS tests the ability to listen, read, write and speak English.
  • The speaking module is a key component of IELTS. It takes place in the form of an interview of one-on-one with an examiner. The examiner evaluates the test taker as he or she is talking. The session also recorded word for monitoring and to redial if an appeal against the score given.
  • A variety of accents and writing styles have been featured in test materials in order to minimize linguistic bias.
  • IELTS is developed by experts of Cambridge English Language Assessment with the contribution of writers of articles worldwide. The teams are in the US, Britain, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and other English-speaking countries.
  • The results of the band are used for each language sub-skill (listening, reading, writing and speaking). Band Scale ranges from 0 (“did not attempt the test”) to 9 (“Expert User”).

“When can I take IELTS?”

IELTS is available on 48 fixed dates a year – up to four times a month, depending on local demand. Go to your nearest centre to see their next test date

“What are the features of Listening part?”

The module consists of four sections, with ten questions in each section. It takes 40 minutes: 30 – to the addition of 10 tests for transferring answers to the answer sheet.

Sections 1 and 2 are almost daily, the social situation.

• Section 1 is a conversation between two speakers (for example, a conversation about travel plans)

• Section 2 has one speaking person (eg a speech on local facilities).

Sections 3 and 4 are about the situations of teaching and training

• Section 3 is a conversation between two main speakers (eg, a discussion between two university students, perhaps guided by a tutor)

• Section 4 has a person talking about an academic subject.

Each section begins with a brief introduction telling the test taker about the situation and speakers. Then they have some time to look through the questions. The questions are in the same order as the recording information, so the answer to the first question will be before the answer to the second question, and so on. The first three sections have a rest in the middle that allows to look evaluated the remaining questions. Each section is heard once.

At the end of the test the students are given 10 minutes to transfer their answers to an answer sheet. Candidates will lose marks for spelling and grammar.

“What are the features of Reading part?”

Paper read three sections and provisions totaling 2.150 to 2.750 words. There will be a variety of kinds of questions, such as multiple choice, short answer questions, identify information, and identify and views writer, describing graphs, complete usage summary taken from the words of the text and matching information / addresses / features in the text / wholesale endings. It should be test takers careful when record their answers as they will lose points for spelling and grammar check is incorrect.

Texts in the IELTS Academic

• three reading texts, which comes from books, magazines, newspapers and online resources written for the non-specialist audience. All topics of general interest to students at the undergraduate or graduate studies.

Texts in the IELTS General Training

• Section 1 contains two or three short texts or several shorter texts, dealing with everyday subjects. For example, schedules or notices – things people will need to understand when living in an English speaking country.

• Section 2 contains two scripts, which deals with the work. For example, job descriptions, contracts and training materials.

• Section 3 one long text on the subject of public interest contain. Generally descriptive text, longer and more complex texts in sections 1 and 2. The text will be taken from newspaper, magazine, book or online resources.

“What are the features of Speaking part?”

The oral test is a face-off between the test taker and an examiner interview.

The oral test contains three sections.

• Section 1: Introduction and interview (4-5 minutes). They can ask evaluated on their home, family, work, school, hobbies and interests, the reasons for taking the IELTS test and other general issues, such as clothing, leisure, computers and the Internet .

• Section 2: shift time (3-4 minutes). Candidates are given a task card on a particular theme. Candidates have one minute to prepare to discuss this issue. The card states the task of the points to be included in the conversation and one aspect of the issue to be discussed during the talk. Then, it is expected that students examined to speak on the subject for 2 minutes, after which the examiner may ask one or two questions.

• Section 3: discussions (4-5 minutes). The third section consists of a discussion between the examiner and the examinee, in general, on issues related to the topic they have already spoken in Section 2.

“What is the difference between IELTS and CAE?”

Cambridge Advanced English CAE means (or sometimes Cambridge Advanced English!). You will see then that is very similar in some respects to IELTS and has documents to prove all the skills in English. It is a global test used to measure their level of English and can take in almost all countries worldwide. A relatively recent change is that the evidence is now held regularly throughout the year and there is a computer-based version. The main difference is that the IELTS tests English on one level – C1 in the CEF scale. This is roughly equivalent to IELTS 7.0 + (not actually map to the CEF scale). This means it is only suitable for high-level candidates.

“What are the levels required for Skilled Immigration?”

Department of Immigration Level of English Minimum IELTS score (May 2015) Visas
Functional English 4.5 Permanent and provisional skilled visas (to avoid paying the English Language Charge)
Vocational English 5.0 457 visa, ENS and RSMS visas through the Temporary Residence Transitional stream for people who have held a 457 visa for 2 years with the employer
Competent English 6.0 ENS and RSMS visas through the Direct Entry Stream, Skilled migration (6.0 is the minimum threshold, but receives 0 points)
Proficient English 7.0 Points Tested Skilled visas (to obtain 10 points)
Superior English 8.0 Points Tested Skilled visas (to obtain 20 points)


Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) uses IELTS and/or TEF as evidence of one’s ability to communicate in English and/or French. The CELPIP (Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program) test scores are an alternative to IELTS.

The Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) are the national standards used in Canada for describing, measuring and recognizing the English language proficiency of prospective immigrants.The following table shows the IELTS scores needed for each CLB level.

Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) Reading Writing Listening Speaking
10 8.0 7.5 8.5 7.5
9 7.0 7.0 8.0 7.0
8 6.5 6.5 7.5 6.5
7 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0
6 5.0 5.5 5.5 5.5
5 4.0 5.0 5.0 5.0
4 3.5 4.0 4.5 4.0

There are different language requirements for different types of immigration program as shown below:

Visa category Minimum Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) required (May 2015)
The Federal Skilled Worker Program CLB 7
The Federal Skilled Trades Program CLB 5 for speaking and listening, CLB 4 for reading and writing
The Canadian Experience Class CLB 7 for NOC 0 or A jobs, CLB 5 for NOC B jobs
Business start-up visa CLB 5
Provincial Nominee Programs CLB 4 for NOC C and D jobs

“What are the timings?”

First class: 11:00 AM – 12:00 AM

Second class: 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

“What is the duration of the course?

2 months

“What is the Fee of the course?

12,000/- per person for the whole course.

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Phone: 042 35911332