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The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) measures the language proficiency of people who want to study or work where English is used as a language

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Training includes-Understanding Of Cabin Crew Responsibilities , Air Hostess/ Flight Steward , Domestic and International Airlines Rules and Satandards, Cabin- Crew

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Spoken English

NREI Institute is India's most trusted coaching institute for English speaking. We at NREI Institute are committed to provide the best learning experience in English

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PTE Academic is a computer-based academic English language test aimed at non-native English speakers wanting to study abroad. It tests Reading, Writing, Listening and

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Training Includes- Understanding Of Airlines Reservation GDS. Airlines and Hotel reservation System Amadeus How Travel Agencies Work , Domestic and International

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What is the IELTS EXAM?

IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System. It is an exam intended for non-native English speakers. Its purpose is to find out what your level of English is (your result is a band score from 0 to 9). Usually you need to take the IELTS test if you are applying for a job or to study in a college or university in an English-speaking country or if you are migrating to such country. There are 2 modules of the IELTS test – Academic and General. The Academic Module is for future students and the General Module is for immigrants.

The IELTS Routine

The IELTS test consists of four parts in the following order (*)

Listening test

Reading test

Writing test

Speaking test

The Listening test takes about 40 minutes – 30 minutes to listen to a tape and to answer questions on what you hear, and 10 minutes to transfer your answers to the Answer Sheet.

The Reading test takes 1 hour and your task is to read passages of text and answer questions according to what you have read. There are also other types of assignments which I will cover later on in other posts on this website.

The Writing test also takes 1 hour and is divided into 2 sub-parts: you are given 20 minutes to write a letter/report and 40 minutes to write an essay.

The Speaking test takes up to 15 minutes and consists of 3 parts: a Personal Interview, a Cue Card talk and a Discussion.

All the parts continue one after another, and only before the Speaking test you get a break. Sometimes the Speaking test is even held on a different day.
(*) The order of IELTS sub-tests has been changed in Australia



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