MET delivers course module for IELTS with best in class training and practice sessions to the aspiring candidates. Our IELTS modules are carefully structured and specifically designed by our expert faculties along with the techniques to achieve the finest score with less efforts. Our methodology ensures that lessons are highly practical, interactive and relevant to your needs. We adapt interactive teaching methods to maximize learning and at the same time personalised attention is given to each student for identifying their problem areas and evaluate them continuously for enhancing their skills across each module. We offer modern, air conditioned training rooms, computers and the latest audio visual technology.
|IELTS Training Fees||Rs. 6300 + 18% GST payable by A/c Payee Demand Draft drawn in favour of ‘Mumbai Educational Trust’ payable at Mumbai.|
|IELTS Registration Fees||Rs. 12650 to be paid online on the website at the time of registration.
(MET will guide the students)
Step 1: Student visits the campus & details of IELTS are briefed
Step 2: IELTS Training - Admission Form to be filled
Step 3: Documents to be submitted (1 photocopy of valid passport and 1 passport size photograph)
Step 4: Payment of Fees
Step 5: Training starts
Step 6: Registration for IELTS exam dates after approximately 20 days of training. During this students will pay the IELTS registration fees online or by ICICI challan. (MET will guide the students).
Step 7: Appears for the exam
IELTS stands for 'International English Language Testing System'.
IELTS measures the language proficiency of non-native English language speakers. This exam is jointly managed by British Council, IDP Australia Cambridge English Language Assessment.
There are two versions of IELTS Test; Academic IELTS, General IELTS. Academic IELTS is for students seeking to study abroad, whereas General IELTS is for candidates planning to migrate to other countries for work and other than education purposes. IELTS Exam is conducted 4-5 times in a month. The test score is valid for 2 years.
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is the world's most popular English language test. More than 3 million IELTS tests are taken each year.
Taking IELTS opens a door – it can help you live, study and work around the world. More than 10,000 organizations in 140 countries accept IELTS, including schools, universities, employers, immigration authorities and professional bodies.
IELTS assesses all of your English skills - Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking, and is designed to reflect how you will use English at study, at work, and at play, in your new life abroad.
The IELTS certificate is accepted for visa and employment purposes in countries such as the UK, Ireland, Australia, Canada and New Zealand.
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IELTS is not a pass/fail exam. Each module of the test is graded separately as a 'Band Score'. The module scores are then added together to provide an overall Band Score. Band scores range from 1 (=non user) to 9 (=expert user). The score requirement of Post graduate courses is around 6.5 band overall, with no less than 6 in each, however for Under graduate courses, it would be 6 band overall. Most universities and institutions of Higher Education will ask for an overall Band score (Generally between 6 - 7.5). In certain cases the requirement criteria shall also be in the control of the college/ institute the candidate is applying to. You can send your scores to up to 5 universities for free when you take IELTS with the British Council.
The minimum age requirement to take an IELTS is 16 years. Exceptions can only be made in rare cases, such as the test being a school admission requirement. If you wish to study, work or migrate to the UK, USA, Australia, Canada and New Zealand then you can take this test. However those wish to improve their language skill are welcome too.
The exam is held 4 times in a month. Generally on the 1 st Thursday and 3 rd Saturday of the month. It may be subject to change according to the British Council.
|Listening||4 Sections, 40 Questions||45 Minutes|
|Reading||3 Sections, 40 Questions||60 Minutes|
|Writing||2 Tasks: One essay (250 words)
One letter or interpretation of graph (150 words)
|Speaking||1 Topic||14 Minutes|