IELTS Accepting Countries

Gone are the days when to get admission in American Universities you had to give TOEFL. These days even America Accepts IELTS.

IELTS Accepting Countries

Which countries use the IELTS Test?

Are you skeptical about taking IELTS? Are you worried whether the country you wish to go accepts IELTS or not? Well, given below are some of the

IELTS Accepting Countries


The IELTS Test is used as a test of English at colleges and universities in the following countries:


New Zealand

The United Kingdom

South Africa


There is an idea amongst some students that only the TOEFL test is accepted at colleges and universities in the United States. This not true. More and more American institutions are accepting the IELTS Test.


Understanding IELTS Passage

what the passage is about?

what the IELTS passage is about?

You need not to read the entire passage to answer the IELTS questions. Let us see if not by entirely reading it, how can we do it.

Understanding IELTS Passage

Reading passages are not only text, they also have other things included.

These things can be:

  1. Titles
  2. Paragraph headings
  3. Sub-headings
  4. Italicized or bold type
  5. Pictures
  6. Diagrams & other visual information
  7. Tables & charts

We can use these things to help you to intelligently guess or “predict” what the passages are going to be about and what kind of information you might expect to find in them. You can do this even if you don’t really know anything about the topic because you will always find that you have some ideas about the topic and, even if those ideas may not be correct, they will help a lot in predicting. 084390 00086 , IELTS Band7, 323, GMS Road, Dehradun, Uttarakhand 248001

Picture Questions

Picture questions


When candidates see questions as pictures and not words, they often ‘go blank’ and don’t think logically about what they can see in the pictures.

This is simply because they are not expecting this kind of question and it is very easy to overcome.

Picture questions are often in section 1 of the listening test in the form of multiple-choice questions. Normally, you will see four pictures that have something in common and there will be a written question above the pictures. You have to listen to a conversation between (usually) two people and decide which picture answers to written question. 084390 00086 , IELTS Band7, 323, GMS Road, Dehradun, Uttarakhand 248001

Grammar Tips for IELTS Preparation

Grammar Tips

***** GRAMMAR TIPS *****

In both the IELTS Speaking and the IELTS Writing test, grammar is part of the marking criteria. Poor grammar means only one thing – a lower score. Ironically, making mistakes with more complex structures won’t harm you as much as making errors with more simple grammar structures.

Present Simple and Past Simple are often not so “simple” in languages other than English, and often “L1 Interference” takes place. That’s when you speak English, but using the grammar of your native language.

For example, in many languages verbs don’t change to indicate time – sentences simply end “today”, “yesterday” or “tomorrow”. Many IELTS candidates who speak such languages automatically do this in English. So, “I went to the market” becomes “I go to the market yesterday”. 084390 00086 , IELTS Band7, 323, GMS Road, Dehradun, Uttarakhand 248001

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