Introduction to the IELTS
Everything you need to know about the International English Language Testing System
This course is for anyone:
who plans on applying to university for a bachelor's, master's or PhD program
who is planning on immigrating to an English-speaking country
who wants to take the IELTS exam but does not know where to start
who wants to know more about the IELTS test in general
You will have a better idea of what each band score means and what English level it represents.
You will know the main differences between the paper-based test and the computer-delivered test.
You will understand which countries around the world recognise the IELTS certificate and the scores they ask for.
No. This is just an introduction to the IELTS. It gives you a general understanding of what the IELTS is and the different uses of it.
Yes. It gives you an idea of what score you should be getting in order to get acceptance by the university you are planning to get into.
Yes. It gives you the basic information you need to understand in order to be eligible to apply for permanent residency in these countries, and it also provides you with a brief explanation of how the points system works.
This is just a mini-course. The video content of this course is less than two hours.
This course is completely free. It is recommended (though not required) to watch this course before purchasing any courses on our site to get a general understanding of how the IELTS works.
The course is yours for as long as you need it. Once you join the course, your access will be activated for three months. If the allocated time passes without you watching the course, contact us on WhatsApp and we will be glad to extend it for you.
No. This course is not on how to improve your test-taking skills; it only provides you with general information about the IELTS. There are other courses available on our website that focus on improving your test-taking skills.
Unfortunately, no. In order to be able to have the full benefit of this course, your English proficiency has to be at least at an intermediate level, otherwise you might find it a bit challenging to fully comprehend the content.
Everything in this course is explained in English. No Arabic is spoken.