Are you planning to work, study or migrate abroad? The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is considered the most suitable and proficient language testing system. Applying for a foreign visa requires you to assure you are good language skills with IELTS so that there won’t be any communication barriers for you in a foreign land where the native language is English. To be perfectly prepared for your exam, you need to have basic know-how about IELTS preparation in Pakistan.
Mainly Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK, and the USA are among those countries that recognize this testing system, allowing you to peruse your dreams abroad.
Over 11,000 international organizations accept IELTS so consider it as a basic step towards your plan for a successful future.
Basically, there are 4 modules based on which your exam is assessed:
Whether you want to go for IELTS preparation in Pakistan for academic purposes or general training, you need to have a strong grip on these four modules to score a higher band.
In around 15 minutes your speaking skills are assessed in such a way that firstly you are asked generic questions related to your daily life routine, leading forward to two other topics casually picked by the examiner. The random ones could be related to topics including vacations, the weather, hobbies, reading, art, etc., and with a minute to be prepared with a pen and paper given to you, you will be told to talk about that specific topic for 2 minutes, leading to a detail discussion on the topic with your examiner.
Talking up to half an hour, this module has 4 sections after which you are required to pen down your answers in a time duration of 10 minutes. The conversation atmosphere can be educational, social, or related to daily life context.
This module lasts for almost an hour, comprising 3 sections in which the length of the text gradually increases with sections 1 and 2 having a shorter text, leading to section 3 with a comprehensive text. The reading sources might vary from newspapers, journals, documents, books, etc.
Writing module also takes up to 1 hour, in which you are asked to firstly pen down a letter comprising of 150 words and afterward you have to write down a short essay that will be comprised of 250 words
BE WELL PREPARED.
Keeping a record of the previous sample exams can help you gain more basic insight into how the test is usually conducted. Other daily life activities such as watching movies and documentaries or reading newspapers in English can also prove to be a booster for your journey of IELTS preparation in Pakistan.
Being unable to pass the exam with ideal scores can result in many dreams being shattered. This is where we help you to prepare for the exam in such a way that IELTS becomes easy for you. Highbrow International has been known as a trusted Immigration Consultants in Lahore when it comes to IELTS preparation services. We help you be prepared for the exam and offer a mock test so you can assess your preparation as well before taking the real exam.