IELTS is the world’s most popular English language proficiency test; it’s recognized in 135 countries for study, work and migration purposes. In this tips article, we will share why may be right for you.

So, why is it so popular?

Why you should take IELTS?

1) One-on-One Speaking Test. It is the only high-stakes English proficiency test in which the Speaking test is a one-on-one conversation with a trained examiner in a private room. There are no computers, no other test takers, so no distractions.

2) The exam has a great format. Different people have different approaches to answering questions. This shouldn’t negatively impact their score, and on the IELTS, it doesn’t. With IELTS you can answer questions within the Reading test or within the Writing test in the order that suits you. You can also make changes to your Reading answers during the hour of the Reading test and adjust your Writing responses during the hour of the Writing test.

3) Worldwide recognition for fairness and quality. The test content is developed by an international team of experts and undergoes extensive research to ensure the test remains fair and unbiased. In addition, the Examiners and Markers are fully qualified and follow the IELTS standardised testing around the world. They are regularly monitored and tested as part of their certification.

7 thoughts on “Why IELTS may be right for YOU!”

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  • Alaa muhammad says:

    I want to immigrate to Australia, and work there as an English language teacher. Which ilets version should I take?

  • I need to apply for the Tier 2 General Visa. I am going to work as the postdoctoral researcher at a university in the UK. I have read the Tier 2 Visa guidance about the language requirements. Unfortunately, there is no information about the type of the IELTS exam. The only information are about the score and minimum level. Could you please let me know what IELTS I should take? General or Academic?

    • You should always check with the Canadian government- you could try calling their embassy!

      But by the sounds of it since you will be doing professional work- you need to pass the IELTS Academic! 🙂

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