The IELTS Academic Test is a test that assesses listening, reading, writing and speaking in less than three hours. The IELTS is divided into two categories: IELTS Academic and IELTS General for candidates who want to demonstrate their language skills in education. Listening and Speaking are the same in both tests. Reading and Writing are the sections that separate the two tests. Thanks to the IELTS Academic Course, we aim to get ready for all departments and get the highest score from all sections.
IELTS Academic Course and The Exam Format
Listening, Reading and Writing tests of all IELTS tests are completed on the same day, while the Speaking exam is held on a separate day. The total duration of the exam is 165 minutes.
IELTS Academic Listening
This section contains four sub-sections, each containing ten questions. The questions are designed to follow the answers in order. The first two chapters address situations that may arise in daily social life. In Chapter 1, there is a conversation between two speakers (for example, a conversation about travel plans). Chapter 2 includes a monologue (for example, talk about the IELTS academic course). The last two chapters address the identified situations in education and training. In Chapter 3, a conversation takes place between two main speakers (for example, two high school students directed by the teacher), and in Chapter 4 there is a monologue on an academic topic. Recordings are heard only once. Speakers include various country accents such as the British, Australia, New Zealand, America, and Canada.
Duration: 30 + 10 minutes
Number of Questions: 40
Question Types: Various types of questions such as multiple-choice, matching, plan / map / diagram labeling, form / note / table / flowchart / summary completion, sentence completion are used. While listening to the answers, they are written on the questionnaire and at the end of the test, 10 minutes are given to transfer their answers to the answer sheet. Bad spelling and grammar are punished, so you should be careful when writing an answer to the answer form.
Puanlama: Each question worths 1 point.
IELTS Academic Reading
IELTS Reading, which consists of 3 separate paragraphs, includes various types of questions selected from the following:
- Sentence completion.
- Summary completion.
- Note completion.
- Table completion.
- Flow diagram completion.
- Schema tag completion.
- Various options like a short answer.
- Multiple-choice, cookies, identifying the author’s views/claims, matching information, matching titles, matching properties, matching sentence endings.
With the IELTS Academic course, we help you get ready for all these approaches.
Duration: 60 minutes
Number of Questionsı: 40
IELTS Academic Writing
In this section, there are 2 essays, both of which must be completed. When writing Essay 1, you may need to disclose facts or figures presented in one or more graphics, charts, or tables on a related topic. Or you may be given a diagram of a machine, a device or a process and you may be asked to explain how it works. You should write an essay of at least 150 words in 20 minutes.
When writing Essay 2, a topic is given on an academic or semi-formal/objective subject. You should write an essay of at least 250 words in 40 minutes. We provide IELTS Academic Course for both writing departments
Duration: 20 + 40 minutes
IELTS Academic Speaking
The Speaking test consists of an oral interview. All speaking tests are recorded. IELTS Speaking consists of 3 parts.
- Introduction and interview
- Long turn
In the first part, the examiner introduces himself and checks the identity of the examiners. The examiner then asks general questions about some familiar topics such as home, family, work, studies. To ensure consistency, questions are taken from a scenario. Section 1 takes 4-5 minutes.
In the second part, the examiner gives you a task card asking you to talk about a specific topic. This card contains the points you need to specify in the conversation and tells the test takers to explain one aspect of the subject. You have 1 minute to prepare your speech. You can also use a paper pen to take notes. You will be asked to speak for 1-2 minutes and at the end of 2 minutes, you will be asked one or two questions. Part 2 takes 3-4 minutes, including preparation time.
In the third chapter, the topics in Chapter 2 are discussed in a more general and abstract manner and, where necessary, in a deeper way. Section 3 takes 4-5 minutes.
IELTS Academic, a comprehensive exam, gives you a score of 0-9 from all exam sections. Our aim with the IELTS Academic course is to approach 9 points from each section. You can contact us for any questions you may have and you can get information about our IELTS Private and Group Course programs. You can also visit our IELTS General course page.