IELTS

IELTS

IELTS

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NYSTCE Communication and Quantitative Skills Test

 

 

IELTS The International English Language Testing System, or IELTS, is an international standardised test of English language proficiency for non-native English language speakers. LISTENING (ACADEMIC AND GENERAL)

• RECORDING WILL BE PLAYED ONCE ONLY

• 38 – 42 QUESTIONS (MOSTLY 40 QUESTIONS)

• 25 TO 30 MINUTES • ADDITIONAL 10 MINUTES (TRANSFER TIME)

• ALL ANSWERS ARE TO BE TRANSFERRED TO AN ANSWER SHEET READING (ACADEMIC AND GENERAL)

• 38 – 42 QUESTIONS (MOSTLY 40 QUESTIONS)

• THREE PASSAGES • 60 MINUTES (ONE HOUR)

• ALL ANSWERS ARE TO BE TRANSFERRED TO THE ANSWER SHEET

• NO TRANSFER TIME IELTS Types

Are you planning to study abroad?
Applying to an international university program?
Keen to work in an English-speaking country?

Learning Outcomes:

Reading

  • Identify the different types of questions asked in IELTS tests.
  • Project the main ideas from titles and visual aids.
  • Use a quick read through and scanning to recognize substances and details.
  • Identify and summarize the main ideas in various types of information.
  • Deduce the meaning of unknown words from the context.
  • Recognize a writer’s perspective or claims and their implications.
  • Answer the different types of questions found in IELTS reading tests.
  • Complete a reading test in the allotted time.

Writing

  • Assess IELTS questions and respond appropriately.
  • Coherently organize and present information.
  • Use suitable language and vocabulary for specific assignments.
  • Use a variety of sentence models with grammatical precision.
  • Summarize the main ideas of various types of texts.
  • Develop an argument and back it up in a structured essay.
  • Identify implications and propose solutions.
  • Edit written work.
  • Complete the test tasks within the required time limits.

Listening

    • Recognize the presentation and question patterns in an IELTS listening test.
    • Use a variety of skills to respond appropriately to IELTS listening test questions.
    • Identify the main ideas of an aural text.
    • Identify precise information and roles of speakers.
    • Identify numbers, dates, time, letters, etc. correctly.
    • Understand the consequences of information provided in aural texts.

Accurately convey information gathered from listening to written answers within the set time frame.

Speaking

Recognize the different sections and requirements of the IELTS speaking test.
Introduction of self and converse confidently carry out a conversation on a topic, for example, family, hobbies, or work.

  • Make a personal based speech.
  • Give an opinion and justify it.
  • Speculate about general topics.
  • Fluently answer questions with clear pronunciation.
  • Use appropriate stress, intonation and speed patterns in their conversation.
  • Use the appropriate vocabulary and grammar to express their ideas.
  • Complete a speaking test within the allotted time.

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