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IELTS is accepted by most Australian, British, Canadian and New Zealand academic institutions, by over 3,000 academic institutions in the United States, and by various professional organisations across the world.

The difference between the Academic and General Training versions is the content, context and purpose of the tasks. All other features, such as timing allocation, length of written responses and reporting of scores, are the same.

IELTS Academic is intended for those who want to enroll in universities and other institutions of higher education and for professionals such as medical doctors and nurses who want to study or practise in an English-speaking country.
IELTS General Training is intended for those planning to undertake non-academic training or to gain work experience, or for immigration purposes.

Why Choose Gill Sir for IELTS Coaching?

At Gill Sir we aim at getting every student fully prepared to crack the IELTS test. Gill Sir is a premier IELTS preparation and training institute with years of experience in teaching students from various backgrounds who primarily aim at studying abroad. We believe in continuously reinventing ourselves and improving our training methods as per the latest trends. Our experienced trainers make use of various multimedia tools, technology and proprietary training material to deliver the best in its class IELTS training.










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Book your IELTS date with British Council or IDP. To book your IELTS date you have to visit the website of IDP or British Council and go to the link for register for IELTS. There you have to fill the details about yourself and you will get a link in your mail id. Remember to collect your registration no. This is very important. Your registration no. should not be lost any how. If you do not get a registration no. for IELTS Exam, then there is no surety that you will get the IELTS date. With a registration no. for IELTS exam, you can be secure and hope t attend the test without any issue.

Once you have this registration no. , you can cross check and even modify your details by contacting the IELTS help line no. with whichever body IDP or British, you have booked your date with. Their toll free numbers are available online. You will always have to tell your passport no. at the call center of British or IDP. It is with the help of this they recognize your exam seat.

You can always change your address, email id, phone no and even the exam date (conditions apply) by using your candidate registration no., so it is not a good idea to share it with anybody.

note: Gill Sir is an official partner of both IDP and British Council. The details given here are provided with through experience of working with IDP and British Council. None of them are responsible in any way.

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Skimming and Scanning are important skills for IELTS reading test. With skimming, one can find important details of the text quickly, while the most important information for solving a question can be found with the help of scanning. Both are very important in terms of making the reading test faster to attempt and getting it right.

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IELTS Exam Structure
It is very important to understand the structure of IELTS Test. There is an atypical pattern unlike other tests and some complications might lead to serious errors which may lead to problems. IELTS test has two kinds of modules.
1. Academic
2. General
There is some difference between the two tests and you should know it before you choose to take any test of IELTS.

The general module serves the purpose of application who want to apply for citizen ship applications and is considered most acceptable by most of the consultants.
The academic module is meant to show the level of English of students who want to study abroad especially in English Speaking Countries.

Gill Sir helps you prepare for IELTS in the best manner and we also help you make the best out of it. Gill also offers to help you with the student visa application for countries like Canada, USA, Australia and New Zealand. We also provide your study and work options in various countries along with without IELTS options.

15 things to consider when preparing for IELTS

Listen well

Before the listening test starts you are provided with an example. If you feel there is an issue

with your headphones or any other hardware, you should let the examiners know immediately.

For the uninitiated, the IELTS could seem to be quite intimidating. Even for a person who is

quite fluent in the language, sitting for the test actually requires a great deal of concentration

and attentiveness. So for a person who is not a regular user of English the requirement for a

greater deal of commitment to study for the test is imperative.


Tip 01 : The IELTS test is designed to test a person’s operational usability and not just basic text

book knowledge of the language. So it would help people, who do not use the language

frequently, to watch English TV shows, movies, the news and reading other English print

material like newspapers, magazines and many more. In addition, the most effective way would

be to constantly use the language with someone who is more familiar with it, and request the

person to correct you when required.

Tip 2 : is three fold. Practice! Practice! Practice! Our center will provide ample study material

and tests to help you with the actual test. These self study tests, when practiced at home or at

our master lab give you a sort of insight into what is required of each section and allowing you

to devote most of your concentration into the actual test instead of the instructions. However,

even though the mock tests and the actual test consist of the same instructions, candidates are

strongly advised to listen to the instructions given by the examiners on the actual test day. It is

just eliminates any confusion or unnecessary pressure that might creep into anyone’s mind,

when hearing instructions for the first time.

Time Management:

All throughout your study and even on the actual test day, you are under constant pressure to

find information quickly and respond accurately. Again the practice at home, allows you to

ascertain how much of time you are allowed to spend on each question, thereby allowing you

to be better prepared.

Tip for Listening test

Before the listening test starts you are provided with an example of actual test. This is a good

time to familiarize yourself with the audio being played on your headphones. If you feel that

there might be an issue with any of the hardware, sound related or anything else, you should

let the examiners know immediately. The examiners are not allowed to stop the test midway to

address a faulty piece of hardware.

While listening to the audio, you should also read the questions that correspond to the part

that is being played at the moment. Listen to the audio till the very end, even though there are

no more questions remaining.

Sometimes, the answers are not always very obvious. Most often than not the answers are in

what is implied by the speaker, rather than what is actually spoken. Again, “practice” trains

your mind to look out for these subtle implications.

There are a lot of pauses all throughout the listening test to allow students to brace and

prepare themselves for the next section. Use it wisely!

Tip for reading test

During the reading test, read through the entire passage before you attempt any questions.

However, the passage can be read with a little less scrutiny, so much as to not spend too much

time in understanding every single word. Remember, you have the text in front of you and

unlike the listening test where you get to listen to the audio only once, you have the liberty to

read the passage as many times as your heart desires. With that said, do not get tied up with

matters of the heart at a timed test.

Being devious during exam? No… Nop.. Never…

Cheating on the IELTS test is a big “No No”! Don’t do it. The consequences of getting caught are

simply just not worth the effort. Consequences may include you not being able to continue with

the test to actually being “black marked” and not being able to write another IELTS again.

Examiners are trained to not use their discretion but follow a strict set of rules laid out for

them. So if you have gotten away with it in School, remember, the IELTS test atmosphere, is a

whole different ball game.

The reading test also has an example question and answer. Study the question and answer in a

way so as to understand why the answer is correct.

Tips for writing:

During the writing test it is important to pace yourself. Make a mental note of what you are

going to write about and a deadline for when you are going to finish a certain task. Though it

may be good and easy for a person with an artistic mind to get carried away while writing an

essay, it might not be the best idea to stretch your artistic legs during an IELTS test.

Organize the essay in your head before you bring pen to paper. If required make notes before

you start. Ideally speaking, you should already have the basic idea of what you are trying to

convey, a couple of minutes after reading the title.

Try to use good vocabulary to display your ability. If you know what they mean though! If this is

not the case, stick to the type of language you are comfortable with. Big words are cool, but

make sure they serve the purpose. Your whole selection of vocabulary should be in relevance

with given topic.

Tip for speaking :

During the speaking test, it is not wise to attempt to speak in an accent that does not belong to

you. Remember that this is a test of your English ability and not a “How well you can speak like

the Queen of England” test. Get into your comfort zone. It helps.

Stick to speaking about the topic you are given. The speaking test is recorded, and a recording

device would be placed on the desk in front of you. As normal as it would be for human beings,

under high pressure situations to get distracted by devices such as this, try as much as possible

to ignore it. Speak to the person in front of you and not the recording device. It’s just polite!

Best of luck.


How to prepare for the IELTS?

What is accepted world-wide by thousands of organizations as a measuring tool of language proficiency — any guesses?

Yes, we are talking about the world’s proven English Language Examination – IELTS. It is jointly owned by IELTS Australia, British Council, and Cambridge English Language Assessment Test. It has over 900 test centres in over 130 countries.

IELTS is mainly divided in four main parts. Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening. Here are some ready tips to meet up your requirement.

Just last year, we heard that 2 million students flocked from all around the globe to take this test! It makes you stop and wonder what all the big fuss is about, doesn’t it? Keep reading and we’ll tell you.

Why the IELTS?

Universities and also employers from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the UK, and the USA take the IELTS into consideration. If you want to be flying to any of these destinations for your higher studies anytime soon, it’s time to take the IELTS seriously. Taking the IELTS could really open doors for you all over the world!

Interested to know how to get started with your IELTS prep? Here are a few pointers for you

Know. It. All.

As the very first step of your IELTS prep, we suggest you learn all about the test itself. Meet our expert counselor and student coordinator at Gill Sir Academy and learn A to Z about IELTS.

The test is mainly taking to check your listening, reading, writing, and speaking skills in English linguistics. You have to gain certain band score as per country and your education curriculum requirement.

Well, it solely depend on your performance to get higher or lower bands but one interesting fact you should know is there is no pass or fail in IELTS ! More you secure the score upon 9-band scale chart more you upgrade your chance to take admission in ranking university. Also your TRF i.e. Test Report Form will be valid for a period of two years… How cool is that?IELTS