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The IELTS is the International English Language Testing System and it is the world’s most popular English language proficiency test for higher education and global migration with over 3 million tests taken in the last year. More than 10,000 organisations globally trust IELTS, so when you take the assessment you can be confident that it is recognised by educational institutions, employers, governments and professional bodies around the world.

How does IELTS work?

IELTS has been developed by some of the world’s leading language assessment experts and will test the full range of English skills needed for success in your new job or study placement abroad. You’ll be assessed on the following elements:

  • Listening
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Speaking

The test is designed to reflect the sort of language spoken every day in an English-speaking country and even covers variations such as British English, American and Australian English.

If you are a health professional who wants to work in an English speaking country, you will probably need to take the IELTS Academic test. Almost all professional orders or associations will require you to get a score of 7.0 on each component, however this can vary depending on your professional order or association (pharmacists, doctors, etc).

For full details on IELTS components, we recommend you visit the following page here. On that page you will find detailed information on the contents of each of the components.

IELTS Academic

If you’re planning to attend university for an undergraduate or postgraduate degree or you want to work with a professional organisation, you’ll need to take our IELTS Academic test.

IELTS General Training

For studying courses below degree level, work-related training or if you intend to emigrate to an English-speaking country, our IELTS General Training will provide you with the language skills you’ll need to participate fully in your country of choice.

Clarity team wishes you good luck for your IELTS test!

Posted on 31 December 2019
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