IELTS tests have the same format, a Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing Test, which is tested in a wide variety of facilities worldwide- computers or the internet are not allow during this test. The two main differences are that the writing and speaking sections in the general training test, they are much easier than the academic modules, but both still use the same test for listening and speaking.
IELTS is short for the International English language testing system and is a recognized form of language testing for immigration, work or study purposes in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and Singapore. In the case of the first three countries, in order to immigrate, work or study there, you need to take an IELTS test. The actual IELTS test is divided into two separate categories- Academic, and General training.
Every year hundreds of thousands of people take an IELTS test, in order to immigrate to Australia, Canada or New Zealand or simply study at an international …
Every year hundreds of thousands of people take an IELTS test, in order to immigrate to Australia, Canada or New Zealand or simply study at an international University in an English speaking country.