IELTS, the world’s most popular high stakes English language test, opens doors to a world of academic and professional opportunities in countries like the UK, USA, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. It is also considered at several other locations across the globe where English is a language at the workplace or the classroom.
So how and where exactly does the IELTS work?
The test for study – Numerous universities and colleges across the world accept IELTS score as an evidence of a scholar’s English language proficiency.
The test for professionals – A lot of professional registration bodies accept IELTS result as a proof of having the aptitude for the four aspects of English language, reading, writing, listening, and speaking. These bodies may be in various fields of accounting, law, engineering, medicine, pharmacy nursing, education, etc. This basically means that if you wish to seek work in an English speaking country, you need to attain professional accreditation.
The test for migration − IELTS score is necessitated by governments of English language speaking countries for permanent residency. Authorities of the UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand accept IELTS score.
Here, it is worth mentioning that it is the only high-stakes English language test that has a one-on-one Speaking Test with an examiner in a private room with no distractions whatsoever. This makes it one of the most impartial tests ever. It is the test that is fairer to you.
Why choose IELTS
IELTS scores are accepted as proof of your English language skills by more than 9,000 organisations – including universities, colleges and professional organisations. IELTS opens doors for education and employment opportunities around the globe.
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