Master the IELTS with Sekhris
Discover the winning approach to conquer both Computer-Based and Pen & Paper IELTS with Sekhris. Our tailored courses are designed to empower you with the strategic insight, confidence, and skills needed to ace this critical English language proficiency exam. Whether you’re targeting migration, academic pursuits, or professional opportunities abroad, we will guide you every step of the way, optimising your performance and opening doors to your future.
Outcomes of Preparing IELTS with Sekhris:
Increased Confidence: Our preparation course will familiarise you with the test format, reducing anxiety and boosting your confidence on the test day.
Improved English Proficiency: Our comprehensive course covers all aspects of English proficiency tested in IELTS – Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking, thus improving your overall language skills.
Effective Test-taking Strategies: Gain valuable strategies and tips to navigate the IELTS test efficiently, manage time effectively, and tackle different question types.
Higher Score Potential: With a solid understanding of the IELTS test structure, expert strategies, and extensive practice, you will be equipped to achieve your desired band score
Achieve Your Goals: Whether it’s studying abroad, immigration, or professional certification, your improved IELTS score can help open the door to new opportunities and achievements.
In essence, preparing for the IELTS exam with Sekhris will provide you with the skills, strategies, and confidence necessary to perform to the best of your ability and achieve your IELTS goals.
Why students choose us
At Sekhris, we understand that each learner is unique. Our IELTS preparation course is tailored to address individual learning styles, strengths, and areas for improvement. We maintain small class sizes to ensure you receive individual attention and feedback, helping you focus on your unique areas of improvement. We foster an engaging and supportive learning environment that encourages interaction, discussion, and active learning.
Our team consists of highly experienced and dedicated instructors who are deeply familiar with the IELTS exam format. They provide not just academic guidance, but also invaluable test-taking strategies and tips, guiding you through each module of the IELTS exam and offering strategies for success.
Comprehensive Study Material:
Gain access to a wealth of study materials, including practice tests, study guides, interactive exercises, and up-to-date IELTS course materials that closely mirror the actual exam. These resources are designed to enhance your understanding and mastery of the English language.
Track Record of Success
We pride ourselves on the success of our students. Our consistent track record of high IELTS scores is testament to the effectiveness of our teaching methods and our commitment to student success.
1. What is the difference between IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training?
IELTS Academic is intended for those who want to enrol in universities and other institutions of higher education. The IELTS General Training is for those planning to undertake non-academic training or to gain work experience, or for immigration purposes.
2. What is the difference between the Computer-based and Pen-paper IELTS tests?
The test content and structure are the same for both versions, but the method of taking the test is different. In the computer-based test, Listening, Reading, and Writing are done on a computer while Speaking is still face-to-face with an examiner. In the Pen-paper test, all components are taken with paper and pen.
3. How long does the IELTS test take?
The total test time is 2 hours and 45 minutes. The Listening test is 30 minutes, the Reading test is 60 minutes, the Writing test is 60 minutes, and the Speaking test is 11–14 minutes.
4. How often can I retake the IELTS test?
There’s no limit to the number of times you can sit the IELTS test. However, it is advisable to take some time for additional study before you re-take the test.
5. How can I register for the IELTS test?
You can register for the test either online or in person at your local test center.
6. What kind of questions can I expect in the IELTS Speaking test?
The Speaking test is a conversation with a certified IELTS Examiner and consists of three parts: a brief introduction and interview, an individual long turn where you speak for one to two minutes on a particular topic, and a two-way discussion.
7. How is the Writing test graded?
The Writing test is marked by a certified IELTS examiner who will assess your ability to organize ideas, use a range of vocabulary and grammatical structures, and present a clear, well-supported argument.
8. Can I use a pen for the Listening and Reading tests?
For the paper-based test, you must use a pencil for the Listening and Reading tests. For the computer-based test, you will input your answers using a keyboard.
9. How long does it take to receive my IELTS results?
For the paper-based test, results are typically available within 13 days of taking the test. For the computer-based test, results are available within 5-7 days.
10. What happens if I am unable to attend the test after registering for it?
Depending on the reason and the amount of notice given, you may be able to receive a refund or reschedule your test date. It’s important to check the specific policies of the test center where you’ve registered.
11. Can I bring a dictionary or other resources to the test?
No. You are not allowed to bring dictionaries or any other resources to the test. All necessary materials will be provided.
12. Do I receive a separate score for each section of the test?
Yes, you will receive a separate score, known as a ‘band score’, for Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking. These four scores are then averaged to give you an overall band score.
13. Can I ask for reevaluation if I'm not satisfied with my test results?
Yes, you can apply for a remark, known as an Enquiry on Results (EOR), within six weeks of your test date.
14. Is the IELTS test only for students?
No. While the IELTS Academic is often taken by students wishing to study in English-speaking countries, the IELTS General Training is often taken by people wishing to migrate to countries like Canada, Australia, or New Zealand
15. Can I write in capital letters?
Yes, you can write in all capital letters in both the IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training tests.
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