Myths about IELTS

EXAMS or TESTS usually makes a person nervous, and for some reason lack confidences. Just terming IELTS as a tough exam is not fair.

EXAMS or TESTS, are conducted to test your level in it , and to judge your knowledge on it. In the same manner is IELTS, it is basically an exam to test your level of English through 4 different approaches which are SPEAKING for your Vocabulary, READING for your Comprehension skill , LISTENING for your concentration and understanding and WRITING for your coherence.


IELTS is no more difficult than any other exam. The questions are straightforward and designed to assess how well you can use the English language.IELTS requires thorough preparation, and amany rounds of Mock tests. So as to be able to grasp the pattern of the question paper and understandthe requirements.
Nobody is graded as a PASS or FAIL in IELTS. The score is given on a 9-band scale (1 being the lowest, 9 being the highest). This scale has remained consistent for over 20 years.
The score you need is determined by the requirements of your visa or the institution/organisation to which you are applying. Always remember to check what score you need before you take the test.