The International English Language Testing System, or IELTS, as it is popularly called, is an English Language proficiency test that is required to be taken by non-native students so as to study in countries where the medium of instruction is English. IELTS is accepted by Universities in UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. It has become a mandatory test for study in Australia. One cannot be granted an Australian Student Visa without an IELTS Score. All other study destinations require one to appear for either the GMAT or the IELTS.

The IELTS tests all four language skills that are important for effective communication: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. The structure of the IELTS is as follows:

GMAT Exam Formate

Sections Parts and Number of Questions Duration Total Score
Analytical Writing Two Tasks
Task One - Analyse an issue
Task Two - Analyse an Argument
Task 1: 30 Min.
Task 2: 30 Min.
0 - 6
Verbal Reasoning Two Sections
20 Questions in each section
30 Minutes on each section 170
Quantitative Reasoning Two Sections
20 Questions in each section
30 Minutes on each section 170
Unscored Does not count towards your score. May appear in any order after or before Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) Varies 0
Research Does not count toward your score. Questions for ETS Research purpose may replace unscored section and come at the end of the test Varies 0
Total Score:340

Highlights of GMAT Exam

  • Coaching for Academic and General Module.
  • Training by experienced and trained teacher.
  • Doubt Solving with Faculty Member.
  • Proven system and techniques in classroom and online training.
  • Individual attention to each student.
  • Tips and strategies for each section and each question type.
  • Headphones and Tapes for listening Comprehension.
  • Daily and weekly assessment of every student in all four sections of IELTS.
  • Mock tests on every week.
  • Interactive teaching of Grammar
  • Help with vocabulary