IELTS Test Format and Centers in Pakistan International English Testing System

IELTS is an English language proficiency test usually required by the students who want to study abroad, in countries where English is the first language. The test format and test centers are given in this article for those who want to apply and get a chance to study in English Europe.
IELTS  (International English Language Testing System) is an international standardized test of English language proficiency. It is jointly managed by University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations, the British Council and IDP Education Pty Ltd. It was established in 1989.
More than 2 million people have taken IELTS in the past year for study, work and migration to countries such as Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and USA. AEO offices are official IELTS Test Centres in three cities across Pakistan. Our friendly staff are happy to help you with your test application.

IELTS Test Format and Centers in Pakistan International English Testing System

IELTS Test Format and Centers in Pakistan International English Testing SystemThere are two versions of IELTS; Academic or General Training. The version you need will depend on the organisation or visa for which you are applying. We recommended that you check the English language requirements with the organisation or institution you are planning to submit your IELTS result to and ask which version they require you to take.

The IELTS test is a paper-based test that includes four sections to test all four language skills:
  • Listening
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Speaking


This module comprises of total four sections and each section carries ten questions. The aspirants will be given question paper which consists of multiple questions including: multiple choice questions (MCQs), short questions, as well as sentence completion, summary, labeling a map or diagram or plan, matching etc.


There are two sorts of reading modules one for Academic Version while the other for General Training Version, every module contains three sections having forty questions in them. The aspirants will be given three readings which might be taken from advertisements, brochures, newspapers, books and from the magazines as well.


There are two sorts of writing modules one for Academic Version and the other for General Training Version. In every module aspirants have 20 minutes for the task 1 as well as for writing approximately one hundred and fifty words and 40 minutes for completing task 2 which require round about 250 words.


The IELTS Speaking test is taken  face-to-with an examiner in a private room, unlike many other tests which require you to take your speaking test with a computer or in a room shared with other test takers.

So apply for IELTS test. Their is no particular passing score for IELTS. A merit is made on the basis of marks acquired by students. Ask us any question that you may have on this subject through commenting and we would Insha-Allah guide you in the best way possible. Keep visiting us.

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