The international English Language Testing System is known as IELTS. IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training are the two divisions of the widely accepted English language competency test.
You can take the IELTS Academic Test if you want to apply for higher education or professional registration in an English speaking setting. It evaluates your readiness to start studying or receiving training in a foreign nation and reflects some of the characteristics of academic language. Students who are planning to enroll in secondary education, internships, or training programs in English-speaking nations, the IELTS Academic Test is required.
The test emphasizes fundamental survival abilities in large scale social and professional environments. Moreover, IELTS scores are accepted by more than 10,000 reputed universities and government agencies in at least 140 countries worldwide, millions of students decide to take the test.
To study in nations where English is the primary language of teaching, non-native students must pass English proficiency exams. Proficiency of a candidate in English is judged in terms of reading, writing, listening, and speaking abilities which is evaluated through the IELTS exam.
IELTS test contains four modules- Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. Listening and speaking modules are customary for all IELTS candidates; however, one has to opt for one.
The first three sections of the exam are taken on the same day after you apply for the test. Listening, reading, and writing will be tested in that order. There are no gaps between these three portions; they are all finished in one go.
The Speaking component may be administered the same day as other tests or a week before or after them. This is scheduled by the test centre in accordance with their planning and arrangements.