The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) measures the language proficiency of people who want to study or work where English is used as a language of communication.
Team IELTS on March 11, 2020 provided the guidelines to students about scholarships and highlight the procedure of applying. Ms Nadia Shamim from Advisor Students office facilitated the team IELTS.
They guided the students about test format in which they told that IELS test have four components,
1- Listening (that have approximately 30 minutes of time and have 40 question having different types that must solve in 4 session),
2- Reading (having 40 question in 3 sessions and have approximately 60 minutes time),
3- Writing ( having two parts academic writing and general training writing and have approximately 60 minutes for this module),
4- Speaking ( having 3 parts about 11 to 14 minutes like introduction part, individual long turn part and third one is two way discussion part)
They gave tips about test preparation and to perform test in smarter way