VISADAY In-House IELTS Coaching

VisaDay provides one-month comprehensive course, every month, which gives in-depth instruction for the Academic and General Training Modules in the four sub-tests: Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. We also provide extensive practice and strategies to improve the student’s performance on all aspects of the test.

  • Listening sub-test: audio tracks and recording of student responses are used, creating exam-like conditions for practice.
  • Reading sub-test: extensive practice and strategies are given to help the student complete the section within the allotted time.
  • Writing sub-test: detailed discussions and personal sessions are conducted to help students write well-organized and focused essays.
  • Speaking sub-test: individual practice provided in class followed by personal guidance sessions to sharpen speaking skills.

We conclude the course with a practice test package designed to bring your band-score to the required level.

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What is IELTS?

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is an English Language Proficiency Test, mandatory for non-native students for studying in nations where the mode and medium of instruction is English. Many Universities in the UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada accept the IELTS. Most Centers provide a testing session about thrice a month.

IELTS is jointly managed by: University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations, British Council, and IDP: IELTS Australia

The test has four components – Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking. You will receive a band score for each component as well as a global band score.

The Academic Module- This module is intended for candidates seeking entry to a university or institution of higher education offering degree and diploma courses (i.e. those seeking undergraduate or postgraduate courses).

The General Training Module- This module is meant for candidates seeking immigration to an English speaking country.

The two versions do not carry the same weight and are not interchangeable. All candidates are tested on reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. Whereas the speaking and listening sections are common for the Academic and General versions of the test, the Reading and Writing sections are different.

IELTS TEST FORMAT

Section

Subject

Questions

Time (Mins)

I

Listening

4 Sections of Listening Speeches

28-30

II

Written

2 Quest of 20 & 40 Minutes

60

III

Reading

3 Passages 38-40 Questions

60

IV

Speaking

Introduction + Cue Card

10-12

There is no fixed pass mark in IELTS. The acceptability of a score is totally at the discretion of the institute-applied or govt. body (immigration). However, as a general rule, scores below Band 6 are considered to be too low and above Band 6.5 are deemed to be adequate and good. Band 6 scores are borderline. An overall score of Band 6.5 is mostly accepted as a good score. The individual module’s Band score is considered as per the requirement.

9

Expert User

8

Very Good User

7

Good User

6

Competent User

5

Modest User

4

Limited User

3

Extremely Limited User

2

Intermittent User

1

Non User

0

Did not attempt the test

When is the IELTS Test held?

The IELTS examination is held thrice, once a month.

The individual module’s Band score is considered as per the requirement. The Band score obtained is valid up to two years. While obtaining admission to an educational institute, the latest IELTS score is considered.

Eligibility

IELTS is not recommended for candidates under the age of 16. The test is valid for 2 years, test reports older than 2 years would only be accepted as evidence that the student tried to improve his English Proficiency.