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Career advancement or settling abroad – both have a common pre-requisite, knowledge of communication in the English language. The International English Language Testing System or IELTS as it is more commonly known is a globally accepted award for such purposes. Awarded by the University of Cambridge Local Examination Syndicate and administered worldwide by The British Council and IDP education, Australia IELTS tests a candidate in all 4 modes of communication – Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. This course is designed for all those who can communicate in English but need the tips and techniques for successfully qualifying in the exam.
1. Familiarization with the IELTS system.
2. Tips and techniques for successfully negotiating all the 4 modules of the test.
3. Increasing your word-power and its speed of recall through fun based activities.
4. What not to do in an IELTS session.
5. Registration formalities and procedures.
6. Practice tests for all four modules based on actual IELTS expired versions.
This section deals with introducing IELTS to the participants. This unit provides all clarity about the IELTS modules and their contents, the duration and the marking system etc. This section is a pre requisite for all as it lays the foundation for further preparation and practice for the training program.
Sitting for an exam can be quite demanding. It becomes even more pertinent if you have not given one in the recent past. This section deals with getting you back in the mind frame for taking a global standards test. Participants would be advised on what to expect in each section of every module of the test and how to negotiate the same to optimize on time and maximize the score.
Er.. Er… !!??? what was that word ?? It is a very common phenomenon these days where writing in the pen and paper mode is no longer relevant and word processors provide suggestions for missing words at the click of a button. This by no means is an indicator of the dwindling vocabulary databank that any individual has. The problem lies in infrequent usage of the word without assisted recall. This part of the program deals with re-establishing your vocabulary bank with a renewed speed of recall using fun filled games and teaching methodologies.
Giving directions for the route ahead is incomplete without suggesting where lies the potholes and how to avoid them. The part of the program cautions participants on the potential pitfalls in the IELTS and how to avoid them.
The IELTS is a globally standardized and widely administered award. However for those coming from non – IELTS centers this section would be useful for knowing the answers to the HOW, WHEN, WHERE, WHICH questions regarding registering for the IELTS.
This final module equips you with loads of confidence, knowledge and self - determination to face the IELTS. Practice tests with expired IELTS versions and band scores equivalent to the actual IELTS provide adequate benchmarking for your level of preparedness for the test.
At the program’s conclusion, participants will know all about the IELTS test- its content, duration, modules and markings. What to expect in which module, how to prepare, do's and dont's and time management. The participants would be empowered through self-belief to better negotiate the test.