Many people have no information about IELTS so today I decide to tell you brief history of IELTS exam and also tell you why IELTS exam is important for us, many people want to migrate from their own country to developing country like I take example Indian people want to migrate from India to Canada so in that case both countries have their own mother language, India have Hindi mother language and Canada have English mother language that’s why Indian people have to give International English Language Test (IELTS) to go Canada because English is international language and every non-English person have to give test before going any country.
History of IELTS
IELTS test introduce by University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations the British Council and IDP Education Pvt Ltd in 1989, in IELTS examination have two version one is Academic and second is General, in Academic version Reading and Writing section design different because academic version is valid for those people who want to go another country on student visa bases, in General version Reading and Writing is little bit easy as compare to Academic reading and writing. IELTS examination is accepted by most international countries, IELTS exam calculate user English level like if anyone get 9 bands in IELTS it means that user is expert of English, if any other get band 1 means that user is non-English person.
How many module IELTS test have
There are 4 testing modules IELTS test have:
1) Listing: This module have total 40 question, in listing a CD will be played and test giver have to identify giving question answer from that voice and write down it on answer sheet, listing test will increase difficulty with section by section, first section is very easy, second section is little bit difficult, third is more difficult and so on.
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2) Reading: This module have total 40 question, in academic test giver have more difficult passage to read and get answer for question, in general reading passage are little bit easy to get answer.
3) Writing: In the Academic module, there are two tasks: in Task 1 candidates describe a diagram, graph, process or chart, and in Task 2 they respond to an argument. In the General Training module, there are also two tasks: in Task 1 candidates write a letter or explain a situation, and in Task 2 they write an essay.
4) Speaking: The speaking test contains three sections. The first section takes the form of an interview during which candidates may be asked about their hobbies, interests, reasons for taking IELTS exam as well as other general topics such as clothing, free time, computers and the internet or family. In the second section candidates are given a topic card and then have one minute to prepare after which they must speak about the given topic. The third section involves a discussion between the examiner and the candidate, generally on questions relating to the theme which they have already spoken about in part 2. This last section is more abstract, and is usually considered the most difficult.