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IELTS is an abbreviation of International English Language Testing System. IELTS itself is extraordinarily renowned for its global acceptability for studying abroad, working overseas or applying for migration in the countries where English is the native language. 

IELTS is managed and controlled jointly by University of Cambridge, British Council and IDP. IELTS is trusted by more than 11,000 organizations worldwide, so you may take the test knowing that it will be accepted by universities, employers, governments, and professional organizations all across the world. IELTS, which helped establish the four-skill English language testing format 30 years ago, is still the gold standard for English language exams today. IELTS is used by the governments of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom to process immigration requests.

The purpose of IELTS is to offer a fair and reliable evaluation of English language skills. Language experts from the UK, the USA, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and Canada create the test questions. The test is divided into four categories: speaking, writing, reading, and listening. The IELTS test covers real-world scenarios. It treats exam takers from all backgrounds equally and impartially.

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IELTS Course in Dubai | Abu Dhabi | Sharjah | Ajman | UAE

IELTS preparation in UAE might be challenging for candidates because of finding the best fit institute in the territory of UAE. Lucky you! That you are reading this and have finally landed to the right place where you will come to know what actually the right institution should have to succeed a candidate for IELTS higher band. 

Goto University has been preparing candidates successfully with 7 + Band scores in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Ajman. Face to face training facility also located in Dubai is IELTS by Goto University. The goal is to equip students with the necessary knowledge to ace the test. We, at GTU, make sure that pupils are equipped to overcome their weaknesses and actively pursue their improvement. Over a thousand students who have taken classes to prepare for their IELTS as well as other exams have given us a 5-star rating for our services.

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1. Free IELTS Counseling Sesssion

2. Free IELTS Diagnostic Test

3. Review Test Result With Expert Trainers

4. IELTS Clasroom Training

5. IELTS Remedial session

6. Mock Test & Review session Before Exam

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Frequently Asked Questions [FAQ]

To be honest, there is not even a single difference whether you attempt it from British Council or IDP. IELTS examiners are well trained by the university of Cambridge for both IDP and BC in the same way. Therefore, the criteria of marking and examination methods are completely the same.

IELTS is owned, controlled, and managed by Cambridge English Language Assessment, British Council, and IDP so you may consider them as a single company having a mutual part-ownership in IELTS.

IDP is an Australian authority whereas BC is British and that is the reason, in the IELTS exam, there will be a variety of accents embedded in the listening module of IELTS. Remaining the question of the IELTS Speaking Test, the examiner could be from any part of the world. So, you should be able to understand a variety of accents.

Although there are two math sections in the SAT, the calculator is allowed only in the math with calculator section

Of course, yes, since the IELTS exam uses both British and American English in the tests, you can also use American spelling, accent, and overall American English.

No, technically speaking, there is no break during the whole test of two hours and 40 minutes. Whereas, the short intervals of a couple of minutes are always there which invigilators take while administering, distributing, and collecting the question papers and answer sheets during the paper-based exam. There will be no such intervals in Computer-Delivered IETLS exams.

No, you are not allowed to use a pen in your IELTS exam. Pencils are only used in the IELTS exam.

You can take the IELTS test as many times as you wish. There is no minimum or maximum time limit in attempting the IETLS exam. However, it is suggested to take a minimum of three months of preparation time before hopping into another IELTS test.

You will be asked to wear off your all gadgets and keep your devices outside the examination hall. That is why it’s not a good idea to carry a lot of things during your exam except necessary stuff.

No, you will not get any moment to transfer the answers to the answer sheet as soon as the 60 minutes are over in the paper-based IELTS exam. However, the Computer screen will get locked for the Reading module after completing the Reading test there.

Listening: It will remain the same for both. Reading: Types of the questions are different but passages are taken from different genres and resources for both Academic and GT Writing: In the Writing module GT Task 01 is Letter Writing and Task 02 is Essay writing. However, in AC, Writing Task 01 is Report Writing and Task 02 is Essay Writing. Speaking: IELTS speaking for AC and GT are the same.



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