Why take IELTS Exam?
It is recognised worldwide
The IELTS exam as a test of English ability. Perfect for anyone wishing to do further study or work in an English-speaking country. The course focuses on exam content and ways of maximising your score. Courses are arranged on request. Erin School of English is an approved IELTS Practice Test Centre.
It is the most popular English test in the world and is accepted and trusted worldwide as a measure of English language ability. The IELTS exam is a multi-level test but in practice is best suited to levels intermediate and above. Students receive a certificate with their band score upon completion of the test. The certificate is valid for two years. There are two versions of the exam:
General Training IELTS
General Training IELTS can be used for work and residential visas (depending on the individual requirements of the country in question). The exam consist of four tests: reading, writing, speaking and listening.
Unlike the Cambridge main suit exams there is no ‘Use of English’ grammar/vocabulary based test. Students’ command of English grammar and vocabulary is assessed solely through their use of it in communication. (please note that for UK Citizenship applications only IELTS for UKVI is accepted).
Academic IELTS is now the standard test for university acceptance in English speaking institutions. Students must have a score of 6.5 (out of 9) to be accepted by the majority of universities. There are four parts to the test: reading, writing, speaking and listening. The reading and writing tests are based on more academic material than the general training equivalents.
We book IELTS students with University College Dublin. Please see below for the current available dates. Erin School of English includes exam preparation in your General English courses. Students can also attend our free elective IELTS preparation classes on Tuesdays from 16:00-17:00.
For more information on IELTS please see the Cambridge English website
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