IELTS Coaching in Hyderabad

IELTS stands for International English language testing systems, and it’s owned by the British council, Cambridge assessment English, and IELTS Australia. IELTS is an English language test developed for you to study, work or migrate to other counties where English is a native language. 

Do you want to migrate to countries like the UK, Canada, the USA, Australia, and New Zealand to study or work?

YES! then you need to take IELTS to demonstrate a high-level English language.

Based on what you want to do, there are two major IELTS exams: the IELTS Academic and the General test.

IELTS Academic Test :

If you plan to pursue an under-graduation and post-graduation degree or course worldwide, then the IELTS academic test is the best fit for you. And if you want to work for a professional company in an English-speaking nation and a tier 4 sponsor in the UK, you can also choose the academic test. ​

IELTS General Test :

Select General IELTS test if your wish is to pursue courses or training below degree level, for migration to English-speaking countries, business-related training, or you have qualified for vocation. ​

The major difference between Academic and General tests is the purpose of IELTS. If you want to take admission to a university or professional institution, then choose an academic test, and for migration purposes, you can go with IELTS general test. 

Why Do You Need a High IELTS Score?

The more high score you have in the IELTS exam would reflect that you have a great understanding and ability to communicate in English. And ultimately, it will open an immense amount of opportunities in immigration bodies, universities, and workplaces in other countries, and they have specific IELTS score requirements.


IELTS Test Modules

IELTS tests are divided into four modules to check your English language from all aspects, i.e., reading, speaking, listening, and writing.

You will get 2 hours and 45 minutes for the IELTS exam. The speaking test is conducted 7 days before or after the other three modules, whereas listening, reading, and writing tests are scheduled on the same day.

Speaking Test Module

Writing Test Module

Listening Test Module

Reading Test Module

Speaking Test Module:

The time duration for the speaking test is 11-14 minutes, and there are three parts in your speaking module. The first part is for the introduction and basic interview; in the second part examiner gives you a task card, and you have to speak about a particular topic. During the third part, the examiner will ask you some questions related to that particular topic.​

Writing Test Module:

You will get 60 minutes for the writing test, and there are 2 writing tasks in this module. For Task 1, you have to write at least 150 words, and 250 words are required for task 2.​

Listening Test Module:

For listening test time duration is 30 minutes, and it consists of 40 questions. The question can be multiple choice, diagram labeling, sentence, or summary completion.​

Reading Test Module:

For listening test time duration is 30 minutes, and it consists of 40 questions. The question can be multiple choice, diagram labeling, sentence, or summary completion.​

IELTS Eligibility Criteria



Irrespective of any age, race, gender, nationality, or religion, you are eligible to take the IELTS exam, but it is not recommended to candidates whose age is less than 16 years. There are no minimum education eligibility criteria to apply for IELTS; however, you should check the university’s eligibility criteria or organization where you want to apply.

IELTS Test Syllabus

Before taking the IELTS exam, you should know the syllabus of the exam

In the writing task, you will get two writing tasks. For task 1, you have to look at figures like a diagram or table and then represent that information in your own words. For task 2, you will get the point of view, problem, or argument and be asked to provide a solution, evaluate ideas and justify your opinion.

For reading, you will get three long paragraphs and one short passage. It can be an analytical, factual, or descriptive paragraph. Based on these paragraphs, you will get 40 questions, including multiple-choice questions, summary or sentence completion, short questions, and identifying views.

Three are four sections in the listening test. Two sections are related to everyday and social situations, and another two are concerned with your education and training. You are allowed to hear these conversations only once, and these are approximately three-minute-long conversations. Based on these conversations different type of questions is asked from you.

The speaking module is divided into 3 parts to evaluate your communication skills.  These 3 sections include a personal interview, a speech on the task card that the examiner will give you, and further discussion on the task card.

IELTS Test Pattern

As we have discussed above there are four modules of the IELTS exam and the following table describes the IELTS test pattern for you.

Module No. of Questions Time Duration
Listening 40 questions 30 minutes + 10 minutes for transfer
Writing 2 tasks 60 minutes
Reading 40 questions 60 minutes
Speaking 3 sections 11-14 minutes
Band Score Description
9 Expert Candidate
8 Very good Candidate
7 Good Candidate
6 Competent candidate
5 Modest Candidate

IELTS Band Score

You will get an IELTS band score on a scale of 0 to 9, and you can also get half scores like 5.5, 6.5, and 7.5. For every module (reading, speaking, listening, and writing), you will get a band score and an overall band score. And overall scores are the average band score from all four modules.

Band Score Description
4 Limited level candidate
3 Extremely limited level candidate
2 Intermittent user-level candidate
1 Nonuser level candidate
0 If a candidate did not attempt the exam



You have two ways to book your IELTS slots, either online or in person.

If you want to book online, then visit the official website of the IELTS exam and register yourself, and for offline, visit the nearest IDP branch to book your slot.

These in no minimum passing marks for the IELTS exam, and the band score is issued to you on a scale of 0 to 9.

There is no limit to take the IELTS exam, and you can take as much time as you like.

The scorecard is valid for 2 years from the date of receiving.

For reading and listening, you will get a score out of 40, and this is a raw score. Then raw scores are converted into band scores on a scale of 0 to 9.

Reading, listening, and writing tests are conducted on the same day, but the speaking test is scheduled 7 days before or after these three modules.

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