IELTS General Training in Mumbai
Southwards IELTS is a best IELTS general training classes in Mumbai, that offers preparation study materials which helps you to get a good score in IELTS test exam.
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is designed to test the language ability of the candidates who plan to study or work in countries where English is the primary language for communication. ILETS is one of the major English-language tests in the world. IELTS is accepted by most Australian, British, Canadian, Irish and New Zealand academic institutions, by over 3000 educational institutions in the United States, and by various professional organizations across the world.
IELTS is required for migration to Canada, Australia, U.K., New Zealand. Southwards IELTS conducts classes for IELTS general training and also for IELTS academic training that helps to excel in the exam.
The IELTS general training by Southwards IELTS has two versions, the general version and the academic version. All the candidates need to go through the four modules that are Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking.
The IELTS general training in Mumbai classes of Southwards IELTS and the IELTS academic training in Mumbai classes of Southwards IELTS has four sections:
This section includes four sections, 40 questions and 30 minutes
Section 1: A conversation between two people in social context.
Section 2: A monologue set in social context.
Section 3: A group discussion between two or more but up to four people regarding educational or training context
Section 4: A monologue on an academic subject or research subject.
The recording will be played only once.
This section includes an interview and 15 minutes
Section 1: Introduction and interview
Section 2: Individual long turn (any topic)
Section 3: Two-way discussion (questions asked in context to the topic of section 2.)
This section includes three sections, 40 questions and 60 minutes
Section 1: two or three short factual texts
Section 2: has two short paragraphs focusing on work-related issues
Section 3: one longer, more complex text
This section includes two sections
Section 1: Write a letter requesting information or explaining a situation.
Section 2: Write an essay in response to an argument or problem and point of view