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Uplift Professionals helps students with quality and world-class coaching for IELTS exam and provide them with the required administrative guidance needed to apply in the best Indian and International colleges and universities.

IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System. It has been divided into four sections, namely, listening, speaking, reading and writing. These sections mainly test the language skills of the candidate in order to make a comprehensive evaluation of their expertise of the language. IELTS is accepted by most Australian, British, Canadian, European, Irish and New Zealand academic institutions. IELTS exam is conducted by British Council and IDP. It is a test of 2 hrs and 40 minutes test in total. 

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Who takes the IELTS exam and Why?
IELTS is regarded as the most popular English language test which is used for work, study, as well as migration. It is recognized by over 6,000 organizations in 135 countries around the world. It has been developed in consultation with experts from across the globe which is prepared to ensure that it is fair for all candidates, irrespective of their background.There is two versions of the IELTS: the IELTS Academic and the IELTS General Training. Before registering for the exam, the candidates need to decide the version which they are required to take after considering their goals and needs. If the students are unsure regarding the version they need to take, it is strongly recommended that they get some advice from the organization they applying to.
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IELTS Academic

The IELTS Academic is taken by the candidates who are planning to study for higher education in a university or college. For these candidates, their admission to an undergraduate or postgraduate program or courses may be based on the results of the IELTS Academic. Also, the other group of people who are required to take the IELTS Academic are those who are planning to work in a professional field such as engineering or accounting.

The General Training version is usually taken by the candidates who are aspiring to study, work or get training for their jobs in an English-speaking country. This exam is also taken by those wishing to migrate to an English-speaking county such as Canada, Australia, New Zealand or the UK.

IELTS Exam Pattern

Best Ways to Prepare IELTS Exam

Listening Skills

IELTS Listening has four sections, each with 10 items (or questions).The listening test is of 30 minutes wherein the test takers listen to four recorded texts, monologues and conversations by a range of native speakers, and write their answers to a series of forty questions. Each item is worth one mark. The items are designed so that the answers appear in order in the listening passage. During the test, time is given for candidates to read the questions and write down and check their answers. The answers are written on the question paper as candidates listen. When the tape ends, ten minutes are allowed for candidates to transfer their answers onto an Answer Sheet. Candidates write their answers on an answer sheet. Each section is played ONCE only. The recordings include a range of accents, including British, Australian, New Zealand and American. Approximately 30 minutes plus 10 minutes transfer time.

The first two sections are concerned with social needs. There is a dialogue between two speakers, for example a conversation about travel arrangements, and then a monologue, for example a recording about museum opening times. The final two sections are concerned with situations related more closely to educational or training contexts. There is a conversation between up to four people, for example a conversation between a tutor and a student about an assignment, and then a further monologue, for example a lecture of general academic interest. A variety of task types is used. The principal task types are: Forms/Notes/Table/Flow-chart/Summary Completion, Multiple Choice, Short-answer Questions, Sentence Completion, Labelling a Diagram/Plan/Map, Classification, Matching.

Reading skills

The reading section is of 60 minutes with forty questions in both versions of the test.The reading test has 3 passages, with a set of 13 or 14 questions. The 1st section is about life in an English-speaking country. The 2nd one is about work-related situations. The last one tests general, extended reading comprehension.Academic Reading consists of three long texts which can be descriptive, factual, discursive, analytical or non-verbal materials such as graph, diagram or illustrations. The text can be taken from books, journals, magazines or newspapers and the candidates need to answer 40 questions.

General reading consists of three sections, section 1 consists of 2-3 short factual texts, section 2 consists of 2 short, work related, factual texts and section 3 consists of 1 longer text. These texts can be extracts from newspapers, advertisements, instruction manuals and books and the candidates need to be answer 40 questions.

Writing skills

The writing section is of 60 minutes consisting of two tasks which are different for academic and general candidates.  In academic writing,there are 2 tasks to be completed. In Task 1, at least 150 words need to be written on a graph, table, chart, diagram. In this task, the candidates are asked to explain, describe, summarise a given figure. Task 2 requires at least 250 words to be written in the form of an essay which requires the candidates to write their point of view, argument or problem in formal style.

In General writing, Task 1 of at least 150 words requires letter to be written in either semi formal or informal style whereas Task 2 of at least 250 words requires an essay to be written in response to a view, argument or problem in informal style. In both the types of writing, Task 2 has more weight age than Task 1.

In both the styles of writing, the important points need to be included, the answer needs to be organized into paragraphs by using correct spellings and terms and after writing, they need to be checked for spellings, capital letters, verb forms and plurals.

Speaking skills

The speaking test is of 11–14 minutes and it assesses the use of spoken English by the candidate and it consists of three parts with increasing difficulty. This section divided into three parts. Part 1 consists of general questions about home, family, work, studies and interests, Part 2 consists of a booklet asking to talk about a particular topic and Part 3 consists of further questions about part 2. Even though the speaking test is relatively short but it is often the most nerve-wracking module in IELTS because in this section, the candidates are face to face with the examiner. The candidates need to listen, process the examiner’s language and answer the question clearly by using correct grammar structures with minimum hesitation and using a wide range of vocabulary. Proper pronunciation is required to be used properly along with being able to answer familiar questions using appropriate tenses and talk about unfamiliar, more abstract issues and using appropriate functions.

Details About Uplift PRO’s IELTS Online Coaching

Uplift professionals IELTS coaching primarily focuses on all the four modules of English by providing online coaching in order to help the candidates in preparing for the IELTS exam. Coaching is provided to the candidates under the guidance of professional trainers for the objective of achieving a good score band. IELTS online training sessions are conducted by certified and professional trainers which constitute the main strength of this institute for the purpose of remaining competitive in this market.
Details About Uplift PRO’s IELTS Online Coaching
The complete course is for a period of four weeks and the students can select the batch on the basis of their preferred timings. A lot of emphasis is paid to providing individual attention to the students by keeping the batch size small. A diagnostics test is conducted prior to commencement of classes for the purpose of identifying the strong and weak areas of each candidate. Customized assistance shall be provided to the candidates individually on the basis of their performance in the test. The teaching methodology involves informing the students regarding the different parameters on the basis of which they shall be evaluated. The students are encouraged to work on the weak parameters in order to obtain a high band score. Moreover, if any student wishes to improve in a particular section(s), then he/she has the liberty to enroll with us for those particular sections only.

During the course, students are provided with a lot of preparatory materials and periodic mock tests are conducted in order to assess their progress and students are provided with individual feedback regarding the areas which require improvement. Online courses have become a popular mode of instruction as it helps the candidates in learning more in a short span of time without having to attend physical classrooms.
 
  • 1. Convenient Learning
  • 2. Flexible Timings
  • 3. One-on-One Interaction with the trainer
  • 4. Provision of high quality updated study material
  • 5. Interactive Classroom Sessions
  • 6. British Council Certified IELTS Trainers
  • 7. Providing useful strategies, tips and tricks to ace the exam
  • 8. Enhance grammar, vocabulary and pronounciation

Classes will be conducted on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 4 pm to 8 pm Indian Time in WebEx platform. The students are free to consult the faculty with respect to any doubt or queries. Also, repetition in the next batch is allowed at 50% of the total fees paid. Students scoring less than 50% in the diagnostic test may join the Uplift English Language Class before they join the IELTS batch.
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