IELTS Listening

The Listening test is 30 minutes long (plus 10 minutes transfer time) and covers four separate recordings. The Listening test is the same for both Academic and General Training tests.

IELTS Reading

Reading is the second part of the IELTS test, and takes 60 minutes. It consists of three or sometimes four reading passages of increasing difficulty, and there is a total of 40 questions to answer

IELTS Writing

IELTS Writing Test lasts for 60 minutes, and you will need to complete two writing tasks, each of which requires different text types (description, report, discussion, argument, opinion text).

IELTS Speaking

The Speaking Test Is A Face-To-Face Conversation With A Certified Examiner. It Is As Close To A Real-Life Situation As A Test Can Get.

IELTS Reading


IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training are the two different versions of IELTS reading. Both the subject matter and the difficulty level of reading for IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training are different. We provide IELTS reading training to those aspirants who want to study abroad or work abroad, in both the modules of writing. We provide the best IELTS Coaching in Indirapuram, Ghaziabad.

Academic reading       

The candidates are provided with 3 reading passages and these involve a number of task types.Thesereading passages may be extracts of book chapters or articles from journals, magazines and newspapers.The topics provided are of general interest. The passages of IELTS academic reading are found to be interesting, appropriate and comprehensible for the candidates wanting to study abroad for an undergraduate or a postgraduate course.We make participants practice enough number of IELTS exam style reading passages and inculcate amongst them the habit of writing the answers correctly because poor spelling and grammar are penalized and can lead to low band scores.

They are made practice various writing styles and question types. Writing styles may include narrative, descriptive or discursive/argumentative. Question types may include Multiple choice questions (MCQs),Summary completion, note completion, table completion,matching information, matching headings, matching sentence endings, Identifying the writer’s views/claims, identifying information, matching features, sentence completion, flow-chart completion, short-answer questions, diagram label completion etc.


General Training Reading

General training reading comprises of 3 sections namely the social survivor, workplace survivor and general reading. Section 1contains two or three short texts; Section 2 contains two texts; and Section 3 contains one long text.‘Social survival’aims at testing a person’sability to survive in the society – not in literal sense but in linguistic sense. In an English speaking nation if one doesn’t know how to read English at all, then she or he won’t be able to survive.Such a person would be counted an illiterate with reference to that country. It would make the survival difficult. How would that person read traffic sign boards, or other general factual information, for example, advertisements, notices, and timetables, etc.The second section of IELTS general reading is ‘Workplace survival’. This sectionhas a focus on the workplace communication and hence it contains texts related to job descriptions, contracts,job advertisements, staff development and training materials, etc.The third section,‘general reading’,requires the candidates tograspan extended reading texthaving a more complex writing structure. It contains descriptive and instructive texts instead of argumentative ones. These passages are relevant to the wide range of candidates because these have a general context.


IELTS Reading