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IELTS Test Format

IELTS Test Format
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) for Succeed in exam, a candidate has to know the test pattern and the particular techniques for answering questions. Make sure you are fully prepared with this knowledge.Only for this Exam your English is will be so good and your listening abilities.
IELTS Format Consist on 4 Modules:
1. Listening:
This module consists of four sections and each has 10 questions. Candidates will be given question paper consisting of variety of questions including this multiple choice, short answer questions, and sentence completion, summary, labeling a Map/diagram/plan, matching etc. Ten minutes are allowed at the end of recordings.
2. Reading:
There are two types of reading modules one for Academic Version another for General Training Version, each has three sections with 40 questions. Candidates will be given three readings which may be taken from advertisements, leaflets, newspapers, books and magazines. Candidate has 20 minutes for completion of each section.
3. Writing:
There are two types of writing modules one for Academic Version another for General Training Version. In each module candidates have 20 minutes for the task 1 and write 150 words and 40 minutes for task 2 which requires 250 words.
Candidates will be given a diagram or some data (graphs, table or chart) in task 1 and they have to present the given information in their own words.
In task 2 there is a point of view, argument or problem and candidates have to give their opinion with arguments and illustrations.
4. 
Speaking:
This module consists of an oral interview between the candidate and an examiner. It takes 11 to 15 minutes. It has three parts, in first part candidate will introduce himself to the examiner and answer the general questions asked by examiner. It takes 4 to 5 minutes.


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