IELTS is considered as the International English Language Testing System. It is the most believed and approved English proficiency test by more than 10000 education institutions along with many professional alliances, immigration authorities, and many employers across the world. The test is organized by the British Council and IDP education system and it evaluates the applicant’s accuracy in four different modules of English language that is Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking from across the planet. People who aspire to immigrate or study in English speaking countries should take this test. Each year over 3 million applicants take the IELTS test from over 150 countries to seek higher education, professional registration, and permanent residency.
IELTS test has two test types- IELTS Academic and IELTS general test. The applicants should start their IELTS journey from choosing the type of IELTS they should enroll.
Academic Test: This test is applicable for students seeking education in international institutions.
General Training Test: This test is chosen by people seeking employment or work in international institutions.
The greatest distinction between these two renditions of the test is how they are scored. Truly, IELTS Listening, Speaking, and Writing are scored a similar route on the two tests, but the IELTS Reading, which speaks to a full 25% of your score is evaluated in all respects diversely on IELTS academic versus IELTS general test.