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As an IELTS teacher I often struggled to find ways of improving my students’ listening comprehension skills beyond just doing listening practice in the classroom. I soon found that explicitly practising four listening skills that students use naturally in their first language led to an improvement in both their overall listening comprehension...
We are continually enhancing IELTS – the world’s most popular test of English for higher education and global migration – to improve the experience of IELTS for our test takers and stakeholders. IELTS Academic and General Training testing provide more options to our test takers and stakeholders, while retaining all of the...
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...
Band score information       IELTS is assessed on a 9-band scale and reports scores both overall and by individual skill. Overall band scores for Academic and General Training test takers in 2019 are shown here, together with scores for individual skills according to a variety of classifications. These figures are broadly in...
Frequency distributions by percentage The following tables show the distribution of scores achieved by various groups of test takers, which may be of interest as an indication of how an individual test taker has performed relative to other members of a grouping to which he or she belongs, though the categories reported here are necessarily very...
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) reinforces its position as the world’s most popular high stakes English proficiency test, hitting a new record of more than 1.7 million tests sat around the world in 2011. In the face of changing economic and migration conditions, IELTS has enjoyed 12% growth in number of tests sat in...