IELTS Coaching by Professionals
International English Language Testing System (IELTS ) is regarded as the world’s most popular English Language Proficiency Test. It is jointly managed by the University of Cambridge, British Council and IDP.
IELTS is available in two versions: Academic and General Training, IELTS is designed to grade the candidate’s English proficiency in Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking Modules with a band score ranging from 0 – 9 in each module.
Why should you take an IELTS test?
IELTS scores are widely accepted by more than 10,000 organizations across the globe, including universities, employers, and migration authorities as valid proof of the candidate’s English proficiency.
Besides these, the test actively avoids cultural bias and treats candidates with utmost fairness. The one-on-one speaking test provides a real-life like situation in which the candidate is given an opportunity to speak naturally. It seems to be a convenient test that assesses the candidate’s English language skills almost accurately and provides no restrictions on candidates re-taking the test. Moreover, the candidate may receive their test results in 13 business days after the test. Last, but not least, the test can be accessed from any of the many test centers widely strewn across the globe either in the pen and paper format or in the CBT (Computer Based Test ) format.
It would be a bright idea even for any job aspirant to get their command of English assessed at a time when the job market turned global, shrinking the whole world to be one nation because of the unprecedented positive impact of the Internet.
That said, why not joining B-GHUD’s IELTS regular or Online CLASSES at your earliest convenience?
Procrastination is not for the bright and discerning students!
Taking decisions at the right time itself is a proactive step forward. Rejoice, since the future for you and humankind seems to be bright.
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— 19 February 2021
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