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Your go to guide for ielts

Author: Meridean Overseas
by Meridean Overseas
Posted: May 17, 2019
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Any person who has considered studying abroad at some point in his career is familiar with the term ‘IELTS’. It is the abbreviation for International English Language Testing System. As the name itself proposes, IELTS is the world’s most popular English language test that several organizations use to process admission and visa applications. Migrants and foreign students in native English speaking countries are expected to this test as a proof of their ability to comprehend the language. The test itself evolved from its predecessor ‘ELTS’, a standardized test used to check the competency of post graduate students in the 1980’s. Recognizing the need for evaluation of undergraduate students as well, Australia proposed a complete overhaul of the test. After years of designing and testing by the world’s leading language assessment experts, the new version or ‘IELTS’ was introduced. It was quick hit due to its succinct and comprehensive nature.


Today there are over 1100 hundred testing centres catering to millions of people worldwide. Over 140 countries make use of its extensive services. Moreover Australia, the UK, Canada, and New Zealand also use it to screen immigrants.

There are 2 kinds of tests available – IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training.

The Academic version of the test evaluates your preparedness to face the challenges that might arise in a classroom. It basically tests your academic English proficiency. It is suitable for students who wish to pursue a degree or technical qualification abroad.

The General Training version refers to the general ability to use the language. Immigrants who wish to move to an English speaking nation can prove their language proficiency via this test.

It has been a paper based test for over 30 years. To improve reach and efficiency, IELTS introduced a computer based version which promises results in 5-7 days. All the more reason to opt for this test!


Once you have selected which test is suitable for you, it is time to register yourself. It is an easy, fast tracked process that won’t take up much of your time. Log onto and select the option ‘Register for IELTS’. Select where and when you want to give the test. Complete the application form, pay the fees by credit card and done! Don’t forget to read all the rules and regulations beforehand regarding documentation and identification.

For those who wish to register in person, they can contact the IDP branch or Input Node. Either register yourself using a computer at the branch or fill out a paper based application form. You can by credit or debit card. Additionally, a Demand Draft can be prepared favouring the institution or cash can be deposited in their ICICI bank account.

The same can also be accomplished by courier. Complete the application form, sign it and attach the Demand Draft or ICICI deposit slip. Courier it to the IDP office in Gurgaon and simply wait for their confirmation.


Just like every other text, IELTS too can be aced by studying hard and managing time. It is always better to take expert guidance for such an important test. Search for the best IELTS coaching institute in Jaipur and other cities and enroll with them. IELTS preparation in Jaipur can be done easily if you commit to learning every day. While nothing can replace good old daily practice, a few tweaks to your routine can help you fetch better results. Start conversing in English and read as many books as possible. Listen to podcasts and audiobooks to pick up the bewitching accents of various countries. Give mock tests with utmost dedication and aim to improve your score each time.

While IELTS is no cake walk, it is also not impossible. Just keep working hard!


IELTS is essentially divided into 4 parts; each part assesses a basic skill.


It has 4 sections and 40 questions. A recording is played only once followed by a set of questions that evaluate your understanding of the main ideas and facts presented in the spoken matter.


It comprises of 3 sections – 3 long texts followed by a set of questions. The questions can range from MCQs to sentence completion. The written text is usually nonacademic matter suitable for a general audience. It tests whether you can grasp the gist, main idea, and other details shared in the text.


This is the third section of the test. You are given 2 tasks or questions that you need to write on. It assesses your ability to organize content and present matter in an organized manner.


This is the shortest part of the test but not necessarily the easiest. You are expected to talk on the given topic and also hold a conversation with examiner. After completing 3 tasks you are evaluated on your fluency, enunciation, and expression.

The test may seem daunting at first but with concentrated effort a high score can be cracked. To get more help contact the nearest IELTS coaching center in Jaipur.

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