Skilled Languages Coaching
Providing help to those who need to excel in languages and aptitude tests, GIC offers examination training to its clients and even those who have not signed up with us. Choosing the right test based on your visa or college requirements can increase your chances of success significantly. With world-class coaching experts, we provide coaching for IELTS exams for individuals who would like to migrate on student visas and also help in selecting universities depending upon their ranks, interests, and preferences of students etc.
Qualified professionals provide proper assistance is also provided in filling visa forms, visa processing, mock interviews etc.
The IELTS Test
The IELTS consists of four parts: Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking. The test lasts 2 hours and 45 minutes and can be completed in one day. The speaking component can also be taken up to seven days before or after the other three components (at the discretion of the test center).
The listening component lasts for 30 minutes and consists of four audio clips that you must listen to and answer questions about.
Conversation: Two speakers
Conversation: Four speakers
You can read the questions and familiarize yourself with the question types before you listen to the recordings. Listen carefully, as the recordings are played only once.
The reading component lasts for 60 minutes and consists of three passages you will read and answer questions about. The texts are typically taken from books, newspapers, magazines, and journals. You will be asked to:
Identify attitudes and perceptions
Find detailed information
Complete a diagram
The Writing component lasts for 60 minutes and consists of two tasks. Be sure to read the question carefully before composing your text.You will need to:
Write a descriptive report of a table or diagram (150 words)
Write an essay in response to a statement (250 words).
The Speaking component lasts for 10–15 minutes. It is a face-to-face interview between the candidate and the examiner. It consists of:
Introduction and interview
Try to speak fluently, using appropriate grammar, and demonstrate a range of vocabulary. Always try to support your opinions and answer the questions with more than "yes" or "no".
You will be given a score for each component (Listening, Reading, Writing, Speaking) on a Band Scale from 1–9. In order to be awarded the maximum 16 points for English language ability under the Federal Skilled Worker eligibility assessment, you will need to score a 7.5 or higher in the listening component and a 6.5 or higher in the other three components.
Band 1: Non-user
Band 2: Intermittent user
Band 3: Extremely limited user
Band 4: Limited user
Band 5: Modest user
Band 6: Competent user
Band 7: Good user
Band 8: Very good user
Band 9: Expert user