Instituted with the vision and conviction of our Director Mr. George John, that takes its fountain from Nehru’s thought-provoking statement: “English has come to stay”, our highly qualified and dedicated staff and top-notch classroom facilities ensure a high-end training and success to discerning aspirants. B-GHUD ACADEMY can boast of the best teacher-student ratio in the industry in India. We have been following a scientific pedagogical approach that deeply satisfies the realistic demands of aspirants of study abroad, job, and migration.
In addition, a large panel of British Council and IDP certified trainers further ensures individual attention on each module of these tests. At B- GHUD, we are fully committed to living up to the realistic objectives of our candidates with our innovative ideas on the training methodologies and unparalleled conducive learning environment that make it the ultimate destination for language learning.
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The IELTS consist of four sessions. They are Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing. There are two different IELTS modules Academic and General Training. The Speaking and Listening tests are the same in both modules, but the Reading and Writing tests are different. The general test needs to be taken by the people who are moving to English speaking country for PR or jobs. Whereas academic has to be taken by the people who are moving to English speaking country for higher studies or any other course.
‘IELTS for UKVI’ is a UK government approved Secure English Language Test (SELT). This means that UKVI IELTS can be used to prove your English language abilities in support of a UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI) application. This applies to everyone coming from a non-English speaking country. IELTS is accepted in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the UK. But UKVI is only accepted in the UK itself.
The only key to score 7+ in speaking is NOT to push yourself for high vocabulary words. You might have seen many of the mentors speaking about using higher vocabulary words which I feel is not necessary. To score a 7+ band in speaking, one has to practice speaking English daily and try to be as fluent as possible.