IELTS Practice Tests
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IELTS stands for International English Language
Testing System. It is a test o'f English languC1ge skills
designed for students who want to study in the
medium of English either at university, college or
There are two versions of the test: the Academic
Module and the General Training (GT) Module.
Students wishing to study at postgraduate or
undergraduate level should take the Academic
Module. The General Training Module is designed for
those candidates who plan to undertake training or
secondary school education. The General Training
Module is also used in Australia and New Zealand to
assess the language skills of incoming migrants.
Candidates must decide in advance which of the two
modules they wish to sit as the results are not
Students sit the Listening, Reading and Writing
papers in that order on one day. The Speaking Test
may be held up to two days later, though normally it
is taken on the same day, after the Writing Test.
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