What is IELTS?
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a standardised and widely recognised English language assessment that evaluates the English language proficiency of non-native English speakers who wish to study or migrate to an English-speaking country.
Why are there two versions of the IELTS test?
Is IELTS academic easier than IELTS general?
Which IELTS test should I do?
What is the IELTS test format, and how long does it take?
Which IELTS is easier? IELTS paper-based test or Computer-delivered IELTS?
When can I take IELTS?
How much does IELTS cost?
Is there any dress code for the IELTS exam?
What is the procedure to cancel or postpone my application?
What if I am absent or sick on the test day?
Is the IELTS test completed in one day?
Is one month enough for IELTS preparation?
How can I pass the IELTS first attempt?
What can I bring into the IELTS test room?
Which part do I take first in the IELTS exam?
Which is the hardest part of IELTS?
Which is the easiest part of IELTS?
Do they repeat questions on IELTS?
Can I use a pen for the Listening and Reading tests?
Can I take notes in IELTS listening?
Can I pause IELTS listening?
What is the IELTS Speaking test?