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 Writing



While residing in an English speaking nation, it would be inevitable to avoid written communication. Imagine! You face a situation which you want to report to government officials or newspaper editors or the situation demands a written communication. Then it is necessary to write correct English. The IELTS Writing aims to evaluate a wide range of writing skills. It may want to assess how well an aspirant can organise ideas;write anappropriate response; and use a range of correct vocabulary and grammar. There are two different versions of IELTS writing viz. IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training. The subject matter of the two types of tests is different. To some aspirants academic writing is applicable while to some general training writing. For both types of aspirants,weprovide IELTS classes in Indirapuram, Ghaziabad.We have expertise in both the modules of writing.

Academic Writing

It is of utmost importance for a candidate to understand the type of tasks in Academic writing section of IELTS exam.It generally involves two tasks. Our trainers provide more than adequate training of both the tasks. Whatever the task is, a candidate must rememberthat s/he should not write in bullet points or phrases and must write complete sentences and paragraphs.The answers must be written within the word limit of 150 words or 250 words, as the case may be.

First type of task in academic writing is to describe some visual information.

The first task involvesdescribing some visual information in their own words. The information maybe provided in the form of a table, a graph, a diagram, ora chart.The description should be written in a formal or a semi-formal style. One must write about the most crucial and relevant aspects of the information provided. Some minor details may be left out. We help the aspirants in acquiring these skills.They start identifying the most important points in a diagram,a graph or a process flow chart. Then they are trainedto write an original text because plagiarism is penalized in IELTS exam.If a candidate uses plagiarism, itimpacts her/his IELTS band score.Our study material is very comprehensive and if a candidate makes sufficient practicefrom the same,s/he can score a high band score in IELTS writing. It makes us one of the most preferred IELTS classes in Indirapuram, Ghaziabad.

Second type of task in academic writing is to respond to an argument or a point of view or a problem.

Expressing information is the first level of communication while expressing opinions is the second level communication. The second task is the second level of communication. For completing this task of writing there is no standard format or writing pattern. This task requires the candidate to write answers keeping in mind the relevance and coherence.A candidate must read the task very carefully and provide a relevant response. For instance, the task is to write on a particular aspect of social media, then the candidate should provide the answer focusing on that particular aspect of social media rather than writing a general essay on social media. This is what makes IELTS writing different from school writing or college writing. Though a school or college may award some marks for writing a general content, IELTS penalises for writing irrelevant answers. Relevance to the topic is an essential component of this task in IELTS academic writing.

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IELTS Writing