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Ask yourself these questions Arriving at an appropriate standard involves answering two key questions about the use you make of IELTS scores. What is the minimal level of English that would enable an individual to cope with language demands involved in your particular context? What kinds of reading, writing, listening and speaking are...
FAQs on the IELTS Results Verification Service If I no longer require the service, how can I remove my account? If you are a user, the Administrator for your organisation is able to delete your account. If you are an Administrator, email IELTSTRF@cambridgeenglish.org to inform us whether you require a 'change of Administrator', or the account...
Speaking test: Examiner comments for Alexandra The test taker speaks quite fluently and gives appropriate and extended responses. She makes good use of a range of markers and linking words (first; actually; I think so; for example; in a lot of ways; that's why). There is some hesitation, but it is mainly content-related as she seeks to clarify her...
Speaking test: Examiner comments for Tina This test taker is able to maintain the flow of speech for most of the time but there are hesitations as well as some repetition and self-correction. This, together with the fact that she describes several interests rather than one interest, makes her hard to follow at times and leads to some loss of...
Academic Reading: How the Academic Reading test is marked The Academic Reading papers contain 40 questions and each correct question is awarded one mark; hence the maximum raw score is 40. Band scores ranging from 1 to 9 are awarded on the basis of the raw scores. All IELTS test materials are pretested before being used in live tests, but there are...
Listening test: How to interpret scores on the sample Listening sections As explained earlier: the IELTS Listening papers contain 40 questions each correct question is awarded one mark the maximum raw score a test taker can achieve is 40 band scores from 1 to 9 are awarded to test takers on the basis of their raw scores. To ensure...
A choice of two tests There are two types of IELTS test: Academic and General Training. Both tests comprise four separate parts that assess each of the four language skills – Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. IELTS Academic is suitable for people planning to study in higher education or seeking professional registration. IELTS General...
IELTS is the world’s most popular high-stakes English language test. Many students take IELTS to realize their academic and professional ambitions. In this post I will look at important points teachers should cover with students to help build their confidence and familiarity with IELTS to maximize their scores on the test...
Each year, multiple versions of each of the six IELTS sections (Listening, Academic Reading, General Training Reading, Academic Writing, General Training Writing, and Speaking) are released for use by centres testing IELTS teat takers. Reliability estimates for the tests used in 2019 are reported below. Reliability of Listening and Reading...
IELTS is proud to offer transparent statistics on our testing system. The following data has been compiled from the scores achieved by various groups of test takers. It helps researchers and teachers understand the performance of the test and how test takers perform in particular countries or regions. Demographic data These tables...