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    What is IELTS?

    International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a test intended to assist you in Working, Studying or Migrating to a country where English is the native language. This covers countries like Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States, etc. It enables non-native English speakers to develop their language abilities and get a better knowledge of the English language. IELTS is conducted by two boards i.e. British Council & IDP. On a scale of 1-9, the IELTS exam is evaluated.

    Why prepare IELTS with Maven Consulting Group?

    • More than 10 years of experience in the International Education industry so we recognize  what is best for our student
    • We provide Finest IELTS Classes to the students in Nepal who are seeking to study abroad with flexible timing for working student
    • We prepare students with the skills and tactics they’ll need to successfully take the IELTS test
    • Our devoted faculty members with years of expertise will assist in preparing for the IELTS and getting the desired result in the IELTS test
    • High technological classes with proper audio system and projector that assists our instructor to deliver the course effectively and properly guide the students in the classes
    • Limited portion of students in each class so that our instructor can focus on each student individually and provide guidance accordingly
    • All the study materials as well as multiple mock tests are provided that prepare students for the IELTS test
    • Our IELTS instructor gives feedback to our students on their performance  to help them improve and score the best result
    • We offer flexible timings for working students looking for IELTS classes

    Four Sections of IELTS:

    Listening: IELTS listening test is 30 minutes long where additional 10 minutes is given to transfer the answer to answer sheet and it is also the first part of the test. It is divided into four sections, each of which has ten questions. You will be required to listen to an audio recording and respond to questions like multiple-choice, short answers. 

    Reading: IELTS Reading test is 60 Minutes long and is the second part of the IELTS test. It is divided into 3 sections and a total of 40 questions. Each section has 10 to 17 questions which include questions like True or False, Multiple choice, Short answer questions, Summary.

    Writing: IELTS writing test is 60 Minutes long and is the third part of the IELTS test. It is divided into 2 sections in which you are asked to describe a graph or a bar diagram, write a letter on a given topic/ asking information, write an essay.

    Speaking: IELTS Speaking test is 10- 15 minutes long and is the last part of the IELTS test. It is divided into 3 sections. In the First Section, you are asked about your introduction. In the Second section, you will be assigned a topic and one minute to prepare and speak about it for 1-2 minutes. In the Third section, you’ll engage in a two-way conversation with the interviewer related to the topic that was assigned in Second Section. 

    IELTS Test Format

    There are two IELTS test Formats. i.e. IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training.  Both have the same Listening and Speaking but the Reading and Writing are different.

    IELTS Academic: It is designed for those who plan to pursue higher education overseas, therefore the training emphasizes academic language and aims to prepare you for your studies.

    IELTS General Training: It is designed for those who plan to move to a nation where English is the primary language of communication, either for migration or for jobs. It assists students in preparing for the language skills they may need while training or working abroad.

    Indication of IELTS Score:

    Band Score



    The candidate is precise and has a thorough grasp of the language. They are proficient and can have a conversation in an unexpected context, even utilizing sophisticated vocabulary.


    With just a few unsystematic mistakes and incorrect usage, candidates have a complete operational mastery of the language.


    Although there are occasional mistakes, incorrect usage, and misunderstandings in specific contexts, candidates have a functional mastery of the language. They have a good understanding of precise reasoning and can manage sophisticated language.


    Despite making a few mistakes, the candidates have a good grasp of the language. They can employ complicated language, but only if it is familiar to them.


    If the candidates are knowledgeable about the field, they can have a discussion, but they are more prone to make mistakes.


    They don’t know how to utilize complicated language, and they only know how to use it in limited situations.


    The candidate has trouble conversing in English and has minimal knowledge of the language.


    Candidates have a hard time understanding both spoken and written English


    The candidate is unable to communicate in the language.


    The candidate failed to respond to the question.

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