Friday, January 28, 2011

IELTS Outline

IELTS, pronounced “aɪɛlts”, is the abbreviation of International English Language Testing System. IELTS is an international standardized test of English language proficiency that should be passed by non English speaking people who want to study or work in several countries such as Australia, New Zealand, England, etc.

IELTS exam is usually divided into two versions. These are Academic Version and General Training Version. Academic version is intended to those who want to study, while General Training version is for any other purposes except to study, such as to work or for immigration purpose.

Unlike TOEFL exam, in IELTS exam, in addition to listening and reading tests, there are two more types of test, these are speaking test and writing test as well. Additionally, we can say here that there is no lucky factor in IELTS, because there are few models of multiple choice answers. 

Dear readers, this post is summarized from several sources. I didn't experience IELTS exam my self. I read IELTS references, then wrote this simple post here, since I need to pass IELTS exam in order that I can get a scholarship from a university in Australia this year. Did you ever experience such a test, buddy? Would you like to share? Please. Come!


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