IELTS Coaching

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Frequently Asked Questions

IELTS is an international English language standardised test. It is conducted multiple times in a month to test English language proficiency for non-native English language speakers who're eyeing to go abroad for work, study and immigration.


The difficulty level of the IELTS exam differs from person to person. Regular practice using the right materials & resources, putting in extra effort, staying focussed can definitely help you crack the IELTS exam with desirable band score.


IELTS exam can be quite tricky sometimes. Thus, having a proper plan & strategy, reading and listening to native speakers' accent, taking mock tests, studying grammar, understanding the IELTS scorecard and having a healthy mindset is equally important to take IELTS.


An IELTS Test Report Form (TRF) is valid for two years. These days, you don't have to wait for long as you can preview your IELTS result right after 13 days from the test date.


Six to eight weeks can be considered good enough. However, it depends from person to person and the score he/she is aiming at.