I E L T S, IELTS introduction is commonly known as IELTS; stands for International English Language Testing System.
There are two kinds of people who usually take IELTS.
The first kind of people are students, who want to study abroad or go for higher education.
They take academic tests.
And, the second type of people who take IELTS are the people, who want to migrate to English speaking countries.
The reason why this test is conducted is to check for the level of proficiency of non-native English speakers in the English language.
There are two institutions who conduct IELTS in India.
The first one is British Council. The second one is IDP from Australia.
Now, You might be thinking what actually does IELTS_ test for?
IELTS tests on one’s ability to speak, listen, read and write. These are called modules.
The first module is speaking. The second module is listening. The third module is Reading. And, the fourth module is Writing.
The total test time for IELTS is 2 hours and 45 minutes.
Speaking Test takes around 12–15 minutes.
Listening Test is around 30 to 40 minutes,
Reading Test is about 60 minutes.
And, the Writing test is also about 60 minutes.
Speaking Test is generally conducted on a separate day and the rest of three modules on another day.