IELTS Training with Strategy
GEPSI, The Certified Immigration Services Provider for Canada is pleased to offers “Best IELTS Coaching in Ahmedabad” through certified and experienced IELTS Trainers
Although we have trained over 1000 clients for IELTS and TOEFL, this coaching activity has always been a very silent activity for GEPSI as its main concentration was on legal matters associated with different types of immigrations and visas as well as career and education counselling for countries like USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and UK.
With over 22 years of dedicated and sincere experience, the directors of the company has successfully satisfied over 15000 clients by guiding, counselling and assisting them in obtaining visas, getting admissions in top universities and colleges for their higher education, career and placements as well as handling legal matters related to their migration.
In past ten years, GEPSI’s Indian branch has trained thousands of candidates for cracking IELTS and TOEFL exams with desired scores. However, this activity always remained very silent and there was no need of any advertisement as we always received over 90% of our clients through references. And that’s what makes us the best IELTS coaching center in Ahmedabad.
Seeing the increasing demand, latelyit has been observed that a large number of coaching centres for IELTS, PTE& TOEFL have immerged in the town; however most of them lacks in quality, resources, appropriate method of training and Instructors with commitment, which could jeopardise one’s career.
Hence, seeing the increasing demand for quality training, we have launched multiple IELTS, TOEFL and PTE training batches in the mornings and evenings through our certified, experienced and matured team of instructors.
GEPSI has always been well-known for providing a unique platform.
Emerging as best IELTS classes in Ahmedabad, our IELTS training is offered with few important and noticeable features:
- Experienced & Mature teachers offering sincere training with care
- Low student to teacher ratio
- Latest books and materials
- High tech lab with wireless headphones, visual devices, etc.
- Personalized attention based on deadlines and requirements
- Personalized meetings for strategic planning based on the individual requirement.
We have developed unique and smart training plans to ensure our clients’ satisfaction and this has been possible through strategic researches and vision of our teamof professionals.
We are proud to inform that by leveraging the IELTS training in Ahmedabad that we have provided, many of our clients have obtained 8.5 Bands in IELTS through our unique strategic training methods, which are miles ahead then most of the coaching facilities available in the town. We have secured a place among the best IELTS coaching institutes in Ahmedabad – the score of our students says it all.
WHAT IS IELTS?
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is designed to evaluate the Language ability of people who desires to study, work or migrate to the countries where English is Primary Language for communication.
In order to identify the English language proficiency, immigration offices as well as educational institutions in Canada, USA, UK,Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and many other countries rely on IELTS results.
- IELTS Exam results are used for International Recognition and are accepted by over 9000 Institutions worldwide;
- Migration programs of countries like United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Europe, New Zealand, South Africa, etc. also depends on these results to assess their applicants; and
- Over 1000 universities and colleges in North America considers it as a valid test standard for measuring language efficiency of the applicants.
IELTS is administered by 4 organisations:
- University of Cambridge ESOL Exams
- The British Council
- IDP Education Australia, and
- IELTS Australia
- It comprises of tests in four skill areas within the domain of a language: listening, reading, writing and speaking.
- The candidates are graded/banded using a 9 BAND scale in each module.
Academic module of IELTS is used to evaluate efficiency of those who wishes to pursue their study in most of the countries where English is the first language for communication.
General module of IELTS is used to evaluate efficiency of those who are going to English speaking countries for secondary education, work experience, certain types of training programs or for migration purpose. Countries like Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the UK evaluate candidate’s English language efficiency for evaluating their migration application.
- IELTS test can be booked online and while booking the date, candidate can select to send the scores directly to the selected Universities, Colleges or institution.
- The online result of the exam is announced after 13 days of the exam and the hard copy is generally mailed to the given postal address after 14 days of the exam, unless it requires further time for assessment.
- Candidates are tested in all the four skills namely Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. The Listening and Speaking Module exams are same for candidates taking General or Academic module; however, there is a difference in Reading and Writing Modules.
- The test is conducted in two sessions. During one session the Listening, Reading and Writing abilities are tested and another session is specifically to test the Speaking abilities.
- About 48 test dates are available every year and the students can pick the most suitable date according to their preparedness and convenience.
This test is taken in 1 hour and it has 3 sections with 40 questions based on one reading script per section (ie: 3 reading scripts). Candidates are given a question paper and an answer paper. All answers must be put onto the reading answer sheet before the end of one hour.
- A range of questions will usually come from the following list:
- Notes/diagram / summary/flow chart completion,
- multiple choice,short answer,completing sentences,
- Identifying paragraphs or parts of the text based on questions asked
- identification of appropriate opinions from – yes/no/not givenOR true/false/not given,
- matching lists or phrases
In the Academic module, the material is taken from journals, magazines, books or newspapers. Material is selected assuming that the candidate is not a specialist with knowledge on the subject and hence, all the topics will be of general interest. At least one script will contain a logical argument. One script may include a graph,diagram orillustration. A short glossary is generally provided if there are any words or terms of a technical nature, which candidates would not be expected to know.
In the General Module, the material is taken from notices, advertisements, official documents, booklets, newspapers, instruction manuals, leaflets, timetables, books and magazines.
The 1st section is concerned with social survival in an English speaking country, the 2nd section is concerned with survival in an education, training or welfare context and the 3rd section tests the candidates’ abilities with a longer more complex text.
This test is taken in 1 hour and the candidates are required to complete 2 tasks.
In Task 1, the candidate will be asked to describe in his or her own words, the factual information given to the candidate in pictorial or graphic form. This could be a line graph, a pie chart, a bar chart, a table or a picture describing a process or a combination of any of the above forms. Candidates is required to write a minimum of 150 words.
In the 2nd Task, the candidate is asked to write an essay of minimum 250 words on a general academic topic.
In the General Module of Writing test, under Task 1 candidate is required to write a letter in response to a given situation. Candidates must write a minimum of 150 words and in Task 2 the candidate is asked to write an essay of minimum of 250 wordson a general topic.
The Speaking Test is same for both, the Academic and the General modules. The test is conducted one on one basis with 1 examiner and 1 candidate and the entire test is recorded. It is divided into 3 sections.
Section 1 begins with some general introductory questions and is followed by some questions on personal information similar to the type of questions one would ask when meeting someone for the first time. Later, the examiner will asks few more questions on 2 topics of general interest. This section consists of about 4 – 5 minutes.
Section 2 is a monologue,where the examiner will give the candidate a card with a subject and a few guiding questions on it. The student is required to talk for 1 to 2 minutes on this subject and the examiner may extend a minute or decide on the exact length. The candidate is given an optional 1 minute to prepare for his/her talk and is provided with some paper and a pencil in order to make some brief notes. At the end, the examiner may ask 1 or 2 brief questions to finish off this section which will consist of about 3 to 4 minutes.
Section 3 In this section, the examiner will ask some more questions generally related to the subject spoken in section 2. These questions will demand some more analysis and information from the candidate and this session may take from 4 to 5 minutes.
The Listening Test is same for both, the Academic and the General modules. The candidates is required to listen to a tape, which is played only once, and answer a series of questions. This test is in four sections with 10 questions in each (total 40 questions) and it lasts for about 30 minutes with an additional 10 minutes at the end to transfer answers to the answer sheet.
- Questions are usually with:
- multiple choice
- short answer
- sentence completion
- notes/diagram/flow chart completion