“I had trouble with the speaking section initially. But the faculty at Inspirus took me through many one-on-one speaking test practice sessions till I was ready. I must say that Inspirus delivered on its promise and helped me balance my IELTS and SAT preparation together. I aced the IELTS and scored 9.0 bands in 3 of the 4 sections!”
IELTS Band achieved - 8
My experience with Inspirus was quite positive. The individual attention I got really helped me a lot. The course book had a variety of different sections which covered a broad range of topics. Also the vocabulary section was a plus. My weak topic was writing. Inspirus helped me with a lot of strategies on how to tackle different questions, which was a huge advantage on the exam day. I feel faculty’s constant push and practice helped me a great deal in this score.
IELTS Band achieved – 8
I had a fantastic experience with the one on one training at Inspirus for IELTS. The faculty was meticulous and the strategies she suggested made the difference during the test. The writing section, which was the most challenging for me, required a lot of practice to help build the pace for the test day. What really helped me was the feedback on my essays from my faculty on how I could strategize my time and write a neat essay on any given topic. 30-45 days of preparation and 6-7 mock tests helped me achieve a desired score. The best part of my coaching was that even with my erratic schedule, the folks at Inspirus were extremely accommodating and helped me get a high score in IELTS.
What is the full form of IELTS?Dylan Dcruz2022-10-14T14:40:11+05:30
There are two formats of IELTS: Academic and General Training.
IELTS Academic: It is taken by students who wish to enroll for undergraduate or postgraduate courses in universities and colleges in an English-speaking country.
IELTS General Training: This is meant for those who are applying for secondary education, professionals seeking work experience, and people seeking immigration in some countries like Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and the UK.
You can take IELTS Academic or IELTS General Training, depending on the university or college you are applying to and your plans for the future.
What are the modes of the IELTS test?Dylan Dcruz2022-10-14T14:30:45+05:30
In paper-based IELTS, you’ll take the test in a traditional manner – at a desk with question papers and answer sheets for Listening, Reading, and Writing tests in an official IELTS test centre. You’ll have to write your answers in either pen or HB pencils. The Speaking test will be carried out one-on-one with a certified IELTS examiner.
What is computer-delivered IELTS?Dylan Dcruz2022-10-14T13:45:40+05:30
The question pattern, format, level of difficulty, and scoring remain the same as paper-based IELTS. You’ll be taking the Listening, Reading, and Writing test on a computer. The Speaking test will continue to be taken face-to-face by a certified IELTS examiner in a quiet room.
How long does it take to get the official IELTS score?Dylan Dcruz2022-10-14T13:41:06+05:30