IELTS tests English as it is used in real life. Unlike
other tests, it provides a realistic and reliable score of a
candidate’s ability across all four language skills – listening,
reading, writing and speaking.
The Speaking test is a face-to-face interview with a
certified examiner. This gives an accurate assessment of a
candidate’s ability to speak English. It’s personal, interactive
and as close to a real-life situation as you can get.
IELTS tests the use of English for study, work and life. You can be
sure that an IELTS score demonstrates real ability, not the result
of rote-learning or revising for a written exam.
It’s a truly global test which reflects and respects international
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IELTS Scores Explained
Analysis of 2011 results