IELTS Course Work
Total course work for IELTS is of 8 weeks, which is divided into two parts as follows:
First 6 weeks are dedicated to following
Step 1: Understand Exam Structure
Firstly, many students in their 15 or 16 years of education are so habitual to exam structures with fixed syllabus that they try to co-relate Indian exams with IELTS, which is unfair on many levels. Secondly, being an English proficiency test it aims to test your English usage so as to determine whether you would survive an English-speaking environment. our trainers help you to know the exam structure and reasons to why do they structure the exam in such a manner.
Step 2: Get familiar with Question Patterns
Once we are aware of the exam structure, and convinced that there are a lot of differences in the regular Indian exams and IELTS we need to understand how is an IELTS different in question pattern? IELTS is a paper and pencil test. It aims to evaluate a candidate on all four aspects of language Listening, Speaking, Reading and writing.
Step 3: Learn the Strategies
Now once you are aware of exam structure and question patterns, our trainers help you understand the IELTS strategies to tackle all four sections. These strategies are based on real-exam experiences and have helped our 80% students to score 7 or more bands.
Step 4: Important 5 Practice Sessions
With a vast experience, we understand that as there is no syllabus, you need to form right habits of tackling questions. These habits can be formed only by practice. We arrange practice sessions for our students during lectures itself. We aim that students solve each type of question 5 times in front of the trainer and the trainer gives a feedback on each attempt so that students improve with each attempt.
Last 2 weeks are dedicated following
Step 5: Appear for 5 Mock tests
In order to ensure that you are well acquainted with the actual test patterns, we try to replicate the actual test as much as possible. These tests give you a correct analysis of your skills and approximate a range of score for on your actual IELTS.
Tuesday to Friday | 1.5 hours daily
Saturday and Sunday | 3 hours daily