IELTS Coaching

Founded In 2014 Chennai, India

What is IELTS?

IELTS stands for the International English Language Testing System. More than 2.5 million people take the IELTS test annually. It is accepted as a test of English language ability by the universities, enterprises, professional bodies such as the GMC and NMC, immigration officials, and the government institutions all over the world.

Test Format for IELTS

There are two types of IELTS examinations:

 Academics Module : The IELTS Academic module is intended for students who wish to study at either degree or postgrad Masters or Ph.D. level in English speaking universities. It is also taken by many who choose to work in particular fields, such as pharmacy or dentistry.

 General Training Module : The IELTS General Preparing module is for those wanting to relocate to the UK, Australia, New Zealand, or Canada, or for those planning to concentrate in an English talking nation beneath degree level.

There are 4 sections for both modules: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. The parts of reading and writing are distinct for the 2 modules while the parts of listening and speaking are the same.

IELTS Preparation

IELTS Academic module

There is 3 long text on a variety of academic subjects. They are authentic and taken from newspapers, journals, and so on. They may be factual, analytical, or opinion-based.

 IELTS Academic module

There's a collection of shorter, more specific texts related to living and working in an English-speaking country and one more, more complicated, general interest text. They are authentic texts and are taken from notes, papers, magazines, etc.

Candidates are listed on several parameters. These involve whether they replied to the question series, used an appropriate language style, and arranged their thoughts. They will also be graded on grammatical precision, vocabulary repertoire, and their ability to correctly connect concepts, phrases, and paragraphs.

 It's a face-to-face speaking test with an IELTS interviewer. The test comes in 3 parts. The first is an introductory conversation; in the second, the candidate is given 1 minute to make a brief statement on a subject; in the third, the interviewer and the applicant will address some issues relating to the topic in section 2.

 Candidates are distinguished by their ability to represent themselves simply and correctly, respond adequately to questions, their use of grammar and vocabulary, their level of 'naturality', and their pronunciation and intonation.

 The IELTS Speaking Test can take place on another day relative to the other sections of the exam.

IELTS Scores

There is no pass or fail for the IELTS exam. Instead, you get a score between 1 and 9 for a set. This may include a half-point, like for example 6.5. Usually, most universities require a score of between 6 and 7. Some may require a minimum score in each of the four papers, too.


The fees are fixed by IELTS test centers, and thus these may vary from country to country. Candidates should, however, plan to pay about £150, € 190 or $200.

Re-taking IELTS tests

 If you haven't achieved the score you like, so you should take a test again as soon as you can do so. You can do as many tests as you want.

 IELTS was founded by and is jointly held by the British Government, the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations, and IDP: IELTS Australia.

Specialist Language Classes with IELTS

The SLC offers many (types of training courses)

 Online tuition

 Blended learning – tuition plus self-study

 In-country immersion courses in the UK, US, Canada, Australia, and Ireland