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Why Nationwide Visas for IELTS

  • Designed and structured IELTS course for intermediate and advanced level students: We offer highly designated & structured study material for both intermediate and advanced level students
  • Classroom & online sessions: We provide both the classroom and online options to cater to the needs of students with varying needs. While classroom sessions are provided on Saturdays, online sessions are provided from Monday to Friday.
  • Individualized instruction/classes: We offer customized classes keeping the specific needs of students of all kinds.
  • Interesting & interactive learning mediums to increase students’ understanding of course materials: Our approach to assisting and teaching students is highly unique, and we use different interesting & interactive learning mediums to increase students’ understanding of course materials.
  • Weekly lesson plans: We offer weekly lesson plans to help you prepare well.
  • Progress reports for each students: We offer progress reports for each students so that they know where they stand and how much efforts need to me made more.
  • Three Sessions Everyday: We at Nationwidevisas have dedicated  certified IELTS trainer to provide extraordinary IELTS assistance regularly for three months with a mission to make our clients successful for their immigration needs.
  • First-rate Training: We provide quality training by an expert and highly experienced instructor having many years of relevant experience training students and visa aspirants crack the IELTS test exam with ease and high scores.
  • Excellent Infrastructure: Nationwide Visas has an amazing state-of-the-art infrastructure, in the form of dedicated class rooms, online sessions and studying resources to train applicants and students do well in the exam, and come out with flying colors.
  • Expert Trainers: Our trainers are 100% certified and have the right credentials to train and equip visa seekers and students perform well in the exam and score high bands.
  • Great Counseling Support: We also provide counseling to our students and visa candidates and encourage and inspire them to do well in the important exam.
  • Amazing Progress: Those who seek and get IELTS coaching from us exhibit notable improvement and turnaround and their performance jumps extraordinarily. Not only this, they become more confident and assured of getting high scores and IELTS bands.
  • Complimentary Services: Although our IELTS assistance charges from the regular students are 8500 rupees per month but under a promotional offer with Canada PR Visa Consultancy it is a complimentary services for our enrolled clients uptil this section is visible on our website. Hence you are adviced to start your Canada PR process and take the advantage of this amazing offer.

IELTS Program Details at Nationwide Visas

  • Important Tips & Tricks for cracking the IELTS Examination: It’s a myth that one must have a very good background in the language to do well in the test. It’s not true! Even if you don’t have a good background, you can do well with regular practice and right approach. We share with our students the various tricks and tips to do well in the exam and score high bands.
  • Speaking Skills: It’s vital to perform well on this aspect and our instructor ensures our students become reasonably good in this.
  • Listening Skills: It’s also critical to comprehend and decode what you hear and so we equip our students do well in this by giving them the necessary coaching and training in this.
  • Reading Skills: Yet another vital cog in the IELTS test exam scheme of things, we cover it in the best possible way for you, so that you are well covered, and do well on this component of the exam and get high bands as well.
  • Writing Skills: It’s the toughest section for most students. And, so we cover the aspect in detail for you, so that you do well in this component also and score high bands to get high overall IELTS scores.
  • Doubt Clearing Sessions: We ensure that none of your doubts related to the IELTS test exam remain unanswered and unattended by answering all your queries and removing all of your doubts related to the crucial language test.
  • Number of Sessions & Class Duration: We offer three sessions daily at our state-of-the-art centre.
  • Flexible Timings: We have have flexible coaching timings to make certain that our students–caught up with different time-schedules–are not inconvenienced, and they get training as per their convenience and availability.
  • Custom-made Coaching: Our coaching is especially crafted towards attending to the minuets of details and tailor-made as per the specific language backgrounds and grasping skills of our students.

ABOUT IELTS

The IELTS or the International English Language Testing System is a widely accepted test of the English language and accepted in many foreign universities and institutions all over the world, especially across Canada, Australia, the UK, New Zealand, and the USA.

It’s an English language proficiency test which validates that the candidate is comfortable with the English language in all 4 aspects—reading, writing, speaking, and listening–and can effectively communicate in it.

IELTS SCORE

The scores of an IELTS examination are assigned, in terms of band, and the range of the score is from 0 to 9 in which the O score is given to the least performing, and 9 band is given to the expert in the language.

The passing score of the candidate or the minimum score requirement will depend on the University to which the candidate has applied or the immigration program through which he is applying for selection.

However, a score of 6 is a competent score and is the least required score at most of the places. The test is usually conducted in the above mentioned 4 categories and a candidate has to qualify in all.

IELTS Test Components

The test has 4 components even as the total time taken to complete the test is 2 hours and 45 minutes.

Reading:

The IELTS Reading test contains 40 questions. Each correctly answered question fetches 1 mark. Therefore, the maximum score you can achieve is 40. A band score ranging from Band 1 to Band 9 is then awarded on the basis of this score.

Time Required: 60 minutes.

Writing:

When marking the Writing section of the test, examiners use detailed assessment criteria which describe written and spoken performance at each of the 9 IELTS bands.

Examiners give a band score for each of the 4 areas: Task Achievement (for Task 1), Task Response (for Task 2), Coherence and Cohesion, Lexical Resource and Grammatical Range and Accuracy. These 4 are given equal weighted.

The writing component consists of 2 parts–one is Academic and other one is General. As mostly students opt for the Academic pattern which is bit tough, but in the General IELTS the Candidate has to undergo Letter writing session. Task 2 carries more weightage in your final band score than the Task 1.

Remember: illegible handwriting will reduce your final score.

Time Required: 60 minutes.

Speaking:

Examiners award a band score for each of the 4 criterion areas: Fluency and Coherence, Lexical Resource, Grammatical Range and Accuracy and Pronunciation. These 4 get equal weightage.

There are three parts of the test and is in the form of an interview. The interview will most probably seem like a friendly conversation which typically covers some aspects of your past, present and future situations.

Time Required: 11 to 14 minutes

Listening:

The test has 40 questions. The listening materials are recorded on a cassette tape/CD/DVD and you will get a chance to hear it just once. When the recorded material ends you will have just 10 minutes to copy your answers in to the answer sheet.

Time Required: 30 minutes

IELTS Test Components

The test has 4 components even as the total time taken to complete the test is 2 hours and 45 minutes.

Reading:

The IELTS Reading test contains 40 questions. Each correctly answered question fetches 1 mark. Therefore, the maximum score you can achieve is 40. A band score ranging from Band 1 to Band 9 is then awarded on the basis of this score.

Time Required: 60 minutes.

Writing:

When marking the Writing section of the test, examiners use detailed assessment criteria which describe written and spoken performance at each of the 9 IELTS bands.

Examiners give a band score for each of the 4 areas: Task Achievement (for Task 1), Task Response (for Task 2), Coherence and Cohesion, Lexical Resource and Grammatical Range and Accuracy. These 4 are given equal weighted.

The writing component consists of 2 parts–one is Academic and other one is General. As mostly students opt for the Academic pattern which is bit tough, but in the General IELTS the Candidate has to undergo Letter writing session. Task 2 carries more weightage in your final band score than the Task 1.

Remember: illegible handwriting will reduce your final score.

Time Required: 60 minutes.

Speaking:

Examiners award a band score for each of the 4 criterion areas: Fluency and Coherence, Lexical Resource, Grammatical Range and Accuracy and Pronunciation. These 4 get equal weightage.

There are three parts of the test and is in the form of an interview. The interview will most probably seem like a friendly conversation which typically covers some aspects of your past, present and future situations.

Time Required: 11 to 14 minutes

Listening:

The test has 40 questions. The listening materials are recorded on a cassette tape/CD/DVD and you will get a chance to hear it just once. When the recorded material ends you will have just 10 minutes to copy your answers in to the answer sheet.

Time Required: 30 minutes

Disclaimer

Though we train you by one of the most competent professionals and IELTS instructors around, and provide a highly specialized program material to cover all the 4 components of the IELTS test exam, in the best possible manner, we don’t guarantee that you will perform with a 100% success rate and achieve the highest average IELTS bands.

Under no circumstances shall Nationwide be held accountable for the not-too-good or below the par performance of the students. Several factors could be at play even while a great deal may depend on your learning skills and grasping powers, besides language backgrounds.

However, this is not to suggest that you will not do well as there are high chances that under the guidance of our expert language trainer and meticulously crafted IELTS program you will show a notable improvement and do reasonably well in the important IELTS test exam.

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IELTS: Some Frequently Asked Questions with Their Answers (FAQs)

Q. 1. What’s the importance of the language skills and proficiency test for Canada immigration?

Canada has two official languages and it’s essential to have the skills in either or both for acceptance into the Canadian job market and society though it’s not a mandatory requirement.

Knowledge of the language gives one a good footing in the nation, and helps him mix well, without having to struggle while communicating. A Canadian recruiter will obviously prefer a person who isn’t handicapped on the communication front. Similarly, a Canadian educational establishment will accept ONLY those who have the necessary language skills.

Given all this it’s important that you not only have the necessary language skills but also prove that you have it through appearing for the language proficiency test meant for it. In the case of the English language, it’s the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) that’s most widely used to prove your language skills.

For creating your Express Entry profile, it’s mandatory to submit your IELTS language test result report. You will get the highest of 28 points on language if you have an average IELTS Test score of 9.0. You will get a maximum of 160 points, without a spouse, on the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) if you perform very well on this aspect and get an average of not less than 9.0 bands.

Q. 2. What’s IELTS?

It’s the most widely accepted test for judging your English language skills and is accepted in some of the most famous global destinations–including Canada, the UK, and Australia–by the local employers and the different educational centres operating in these countries.

It’s accepted by professional organizations that ask for English language proficiency scores from the candidates who come from the nations where English isn’t the native language. This exam is accepted by more than 10,000 educational institutes in 150+ countries.

This test judges the language abilities of the candidates on 4 sections–reading, writing, speaking, and listening.

The IELTS Test consists of two kinds of modules:

  1. General Training: For applying through Express Entry or the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) and is meant for job purpose.
  2. Academic: For finding acceptance at an educational institution of the different English-speaking nations, including Canada.

While the Speaking and Listening tests are the same in both, the Reading and Writing tests are different.

Q. 3. Which is the best center for facing the IELTS Test?

It entirely depends on your specific place of residence or location where you could be staying. Choose a center which is nearest to you if you are not facing the online test for the IELTS.

Q 4. Which overseas destination to mention for immigration while facing IELTS Test?

Again it depends on your choice. If you want to migrate to Canada, mention Canada; if you want to migrate to Australia, mention Australia.

Q. 5 Can you apply for the reevaluation of your IELTS score test?

Yes, you can! Though changes to your IELTS total do occur, don’t expect a jump of a band or more as it’s uncommon, even as you won’t get better results in the Listening or Reading papers of the exam as such cases are rare.

Q. 6. What is the CLB and how does it differ from the IELTS bands?

CLB stands for the Canadian Language Benchmarks. These are the national standards used in the nation for describing, measuring and recognizing the English-language proficiency of adult immigrants and soon-to-be immigrants, for residing and doing a job in the nation. While the CLB employs a scale of 1 to 12 points to decide language level, s the IELTS test has a score of 1 to 9 for every specific skill segment.

Q. 7. What are the 4 components of the IELTS?

The 4 components are:

  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Speaking
  • Listening.

Q. 8. What’s the IELTS Test Pattern?

IELTS Syllabus includes different sections – Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking. The complete test duration is 2 hours and 45 minutes.

Listening: The total length of this section is 30 minutes and it’s divided into 4 parts. Candidates have to answer different kinds of 40 questions.

Reading: The reading section comprises of three texts of general interest that deals with subjects which are appropriate for applicants about to enrol for a post-graduate or undergraduate program. The total time for this section is 30 minutes and it comprises of 40-odd questions.

Writing: The duration of this section is 60 minutes and comprises of two questions where applicants have to write a short essay of not less than 250 words. Besides this, students get a data, table, or diagram and they they have to elucidate it in their own words.

Speaking: The total time of this section varies between 11 and 14 minutes and applicants also have to appear for a face-to-face interview. Using this section, it’s figured-out if students/would-be migrants may communicate successfully in the country where they have applied.

Q. 9. What’s the minimum score for IELTS Test?

You must get not less than an average of 6.0 bands on the 4 sections. If you get an average of 6.5 bands on the 4 sections or at least 6.0 bands in each, you will be deemed a competent user. But if you manage to get an average score of 9.0, you will be considered an expert user with full, native-like fluency – both in creating the language and fiuring it out.

Q. 10. Is the IELTS Test compulsory?

Yes, for Express Entry (EE) and some Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs), it’s! However, if you get very low IELTS score, it doesn’t mean you won’t necessarily get an Invitation to Apply (ITA) or that the door to Canada immigration has been shut for you. A low IELTS score though will affect your total Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score, in the process, weakening your immigration chances.

Q. 11. What to do if you have low IELTS Test score?

You can try the PNP route as most PNPs accept applicants with even low IELTS scores. Some don’t even require IELTS Test results.

Q. 12. Can one take IELTS Test online, and if yes, what’s the difference between offline and online versions?

Yes, you can take the exam online! Timing and format for both the test are same. However, just the form of giving exam is dissimilar.

For an online exam, the writing task is relatively easier. The reason: you het a chance to rewrite and edit the sentences here. In an offline test, you have to first draft the answer and afterwards write the final one.

An additional benefit of an online test is that you get the result of the test inside just 13 days, while it may take clsoe to 6 weeks to get the result of the offline test.

Evaluation for both the versions is completely different. While your answers get saved in the system to be uploaded automatically to the Cambridge server; your offline sheet is collected by the examiner only to later send it to the Cambridge facility.

Q. 13. How we help you with the IELTS Test preparation?

We offer dedicated IELTS classes to help you prepare for the crucial step and have expert language instructor guiding and helping you prepare for it. Through practice tests, in exam like conditions, we provide guidance and assistance to crack the exam with high scores. We inform the candidates about the kinds of questions asked, and how to answer these, for the best possible results.

Q. 14. Is IELTS coaching services offered by Nationwide complimentary? If yes, till when?

Yes, it’s! Till September 30, this year it’s complimentary! So hury! Time is running out!

Q. 15. Can you take the IELTS Test services without getting visa services from Nationwide?

Yes, you can as we DO offer IELTS coaching to help you prepare and get a good score without you having to get visa services from us. You have to pay 8000 INR only for this.

Q. 16. Who offers the training and language support?

We have an experienced IELTS instructor who provides the training and language support to help you do well for the important exam.

Q. 18. Do we give any guarantee of high IELTS Test score?

No, we don’t! It’s your learning and grasping skills that decide how well you will perform at the IELTS exam though we leave no stones unturned to equip you well on all the 4 fronts of the test–reading, writing, speaking and listening. If any service provider gives you any sort of 100% guarantee, stay away! It could be just trying to fleece you and playing with your worst fears.

Q. 17. How to improve your IELTS Test score?

You can improve your score and do well in the test if you practice daily for the exam for at least two hours, if you are very weak in the language, and if your average score is CLB 6.

You can take the IELTS training from us to make your IELTS score better and also improve your chances of getting an ITA from the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to apply for PR in the country.

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