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The IELTS test helps to check English language proficiency all over the world. This test is helpful for those who want to pursue their studies or career internationally. Test takers for IELTS take the Listening, Reading, Writing and speaking sections. IELTS test is conducted by the University of Cambridge with the collaboration of IDP.

There are two types of IELTS test:

  • ACADEMIC- used for study visa
  • GENERAL TRAINING- used for PR visa

In the IELTS test there are four modules:

LISTENING- 40 minutes

There are four recordings in the listening test and 40 questions in the test which includes MCQs, Match the following, Maps, Diagrams, Charts, Table, Flow-charts, Summary and Short answers. Each correct answer obtains 1 mark.

  • There are two types of recordings:
    Conversation between two people
  • Monologue on day to day social context or academic subject.

READING- 60 minutes

Academic Test: There are three sections containing 40 questions which include MCQ’s, Fill-ups, Short questions, True/False and Not Given, Headings and others. The sources of the articles are general magazines and newspapers.

General Training Test: it contains 5 sections and 40 questions. The question types are same as the Academic test but the sources are social survival, general factual information like advertisement and time table, job description, contracts and development and training material.


WRITING- 60 minutes

There are two tasks in both Academic and general training test in which task 1 are different for both the sections but task two is same.

Academic Test: Task1 (20 minutes)

This contains charts, pie charts, diagrams, maps, process charts and others.  Word limit of this task is 150.

General Training Test: Task 1 (20 minutes)

Candidates are required to write either of three types of letters; formal, informal, or semiformal. Word limit of this task is 150

Academic/ general task 2: (40 minutes)

 Students are given an essay to express their proficiency in English. The topics are related to day to day life. The word limit is 250.

SPEAKING (15- 20 minutes)

Face to face interaction with the examiner. The interview is conducted in 3 parts.

Part 1- General introduction

Part 2- Cue card 3 minutes (2 minutes for speaking + 1 minute for preparation)

Part 3- Follow up/ discussion questions.

WHY study IELTS at Master of immigrations?

MASTER OF IMMIGRATION has IELTS certified trainers who patiently answers the queries of the students and are competent to all standard varieties of native-speaker English. The trainers have a positive attitude and help to build up confidence in the students, so that they can attain success in this exam. MOI staff is experienced in both academic and non-academic tests.

How MOI works?

  • Evaluation of your level of English (1-2 days)
  • According to your assessment; guiding you from that level
  • Provides an up to date study material of all four language skills: listening, reading, writing and speaking as per exam pattern.


  • Provision and discussion of inspirational listening on regular basis
  •  Taking you to easy to the required level
  •  Making you proficient in British and US English accent.


  • Discussing a newspaper column three days a week
  • Giving you the guidelines on how to attempt each type of questions
  •  Skimming and scanning techniques


  • Brush up your grammar with extra grammar class
  • Tips and trick to make your writing easy
  • Topic specific vocabulary
  •  Practice of latest exam questions
  •  8 band Model answers prepared by the trainers


  • One to one speaking sessions with professionals
  •  Focused on building practical communication ability
  •  Specific vocabulary for every topic
  • Learn the variation of usage of tenses in one speaking
  •  Know the right usage of phonetics

In addition:

  • Customized classes for each student
  • Regular mock tests and feedback sessions
  •  Specific methodology for 7778 bands
  •  In-depth analysis of your weak points.