The Academic module is ideal if you want to study at undergraduate/postgraduate level or for professional registration.
The General Training module is normally taken by those who want to migrate to an English-speaking country or study at below degree level. If you’re still unsure, we advise you to check with the institution you’re applying to.
A wide range of topics are covered and they are relevant and accessible to those wanting to study at university level. No specialist knowledge is required.
TOEFL or IELTS are not essential part of the application requirements for processing the university application. We can submit the admissions application and secure a conditional offer of acceptance.
The minimum score required for the foundation year admission will vary from university to another and depends on the study major too. But the average IELTS score range is 4.00 to 5.00 for most universities in the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, and Dubai.
A. Just pens, pencils and erasers. You should bring the international ID/national personality card you utilized on the IELTS Application Form to the test. You should leave everything else outside the examination room. Cell phones and pagers must be turned off and put with individual assets in the zone assigned by the boss. On the off chance that you don’t turn off your telephone/pager or keep it on you, you will be precluded.
IELTS is an international English test that covers all major varieties of English (American, Australian, British).
There is no pass or bomb in IELTS. Scores are evaluated on the 9-band framework. Each instructive foundation or association sets its own level of IELTS scores to meet its individual necessities.
Yes, you must bring your Valid ID (Passport/ PR card) for the speaking test. You ID will be checked, and finger will be scanned before you enter the interview room.
Yes, you may write on Listening, Reading and Writing question booklets but the examiner will not check those notes
Unfortunately you cannot wear a watch in the test. We will have a timer up on the smartboard so you will always know how much time is left in each section. We will also have a wall clock for your convenience.
Yes, You can apply for a re-mark. It is called an EOR (Enquiry on Results). Requests must be submitted within 6 weeks of the test. You need to pay an enquiry fee, which is fully refundable if your band score changes.