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Certified IELTS Program

IELTS coaching at Alakop Learning is carefully structured and specially designed to help you prepare for this internationally recognised examination. With the tips, strategies, exam practice and feedback for all four training modules, our centre which is located in Hyderabad develop your test-taking skills to significantly increase your chance of coming up with the score you always need in your IELTS exam.

Who is it For

IELTS is familiar for universities, employers and employees in many countries, including Australia Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the UK and the USA. It is also recognised and recommended by many professional bodies, immigration authorities and other government agencies.

Syllabus

Academic Training

Academic Training modules include descriptive and factual to discursive and analytical. These are usually taken from books, journals, magazines and newspapers. The passage or paragraph or even questions have been usually selected for a non-specialist audience but are appropriate for people entering for this course or seeking professional registration.

General Training

IELTS General training tests aims to help students achieve their potential for success in the IELTS General Module. This section can be used either as a stand-alone short course for the specific General Training Reading and Writing papers or as part of a comprehensive course of preparation for the whole test is in a similar format with Academic Listening and Speaking test.

Listening (30 mins

Candidates have to listen to four recorded texts, monologues and conversations by many native speakers and write their answers in a set of questions. These questions help to understand the candidate’s power to know his basic idea about the given topic and elaborate the information/data. Also, it aids to find the ability to grasp the opinions and attitudes of speakers. You will be able to hear only once a spread of voices and native –speaker accents during the test schedule.

Reading(60 mins)

The reading tests mainly consist of 40 questions. There are different types of questions used in order to test your reading skills and abilities. This skill mainly includes how to focus on main ideas on a certain topic and understanding of a logical argument, recognizing the opinion, attitudes, and purpose of the writer for particular the context. Reading tests are classified according to the modules you choose for academic or general training.

Reading Test for Academic Training

This version mainly includes three long texts that start with descriptive and realistic up to discursive and analytical. These are authentic texts taken from various books, magazines, journals and newspaper cuttings. Usually, these texts are selected for a non- specialist audience but can easily be recognized by anyone like undergraduates /postgraduates or even seeking professional in that case.

Reading Test for General Training

In this version basically, candidates have to read extracts taken from any sort of books, newspapers, notices, advertisements, company handbooks and guidelines, and magazines. Actually, they are likely to come across on a daily basis in an English speaking environment.

Writing(60 mins)

There are usually two tasks of topics of general interest and which are suitable for any undergraduate/postgraduate or even any professional person.

Task 1

Applicant will be given with a graph, chart, table or diagram and will be asked to describe or summarize the information in his/her own words related to the image presented.

Task 2

Applicant needs to write an essay in response to an argument or any problem. He needs to describe according to his point of view on the same topic.


Both the tasks responses should be written in formal style only.

Writing Tests for General Version

In this version, there are two tasks based on topics of general interest.

Task 1

Candidate has to analyze a situation and is suppose to write a letter requesting for that same information or maybe explaining the whole situation. The letter can be personal, formal, and semi-formal in style depending upon the situation.

Task 2

Candidate will be writing an essay for an argument or a problem with a point of view what he thinks on. Also, the essay has to be slightly more personal in style than the Academic writing version task 2.

Speaking(11-14 mins)

This test includes how to use proper spoken English while talking. The test lasts for about 11-14 minutes until it is completed. Every test is recorded until it is completed.


This test is classified into three parts;

Section 1

General questions will be asked about his/her self such as about your home, family work/studies, and your overall interests. It takes about 4-5 minutes to speak upon.

Section 2

Aspirant will be assigned with a topic and will be given a minute to prepare his/her thoughts on that same topic. Then up to 2 minutes, he will have to speak on the given matter followed by the examiner’s 1 or 2 questions related to that topic.

Section 3

Aspirant will continue with further questioning connected with the topic asked in part 2 of the test. These questions will give him more abstracted issues and ideas to discuss and speak upon.

Academic Training

Academic Training modules include descriptive and factual to discursive and analytical. These are usually taken from books, journals, magazines and newspapers. The passage or paragraph or even questions have been usually selected for a non-specialist audience but are appropriate for people entering for this course or seeking professional registration.

General Training

IELTS General training tests aims to help students achieve their potential for success in the IELTS General Module. This section can be used either as a stand-alone short course for the specific General Training Reading and Writing papers or as part of a comprehensive course of preparation for the whole test is in a similar format with Academic Listening and Speaking test.

Listening (30 minutes)

Candidates have to listen to four recorded texts, monologues and conversations by many native speakers and write their answers in a set of questions. These questions help to understand the candidate’s power to know his basic idea about the given topic and elaborate the information/data. Also, it aids to find the ability to grasp the opinions and attitudes of speakers. You will be able to hear only once a spread of voices and native –speaker accents during the test schedule.

Reading (60 minutes)

The reading tests mainly consist of 40 questions. There are different types of questions used in order to test your reading skills and abilities. This skill mainly includes how to focus on main ideas on a certain topic and understanding of a logical argument, recognizing the opinion, attitudes, and purpose of the writer for particular the context. Reading tests are classified according to the modules you choose for academic or general training.

Reading Test for Academic Training

This version mainly includes three long texts that start with descriptive and realistic up to discursive and analytical. These are authentic texts taken from various books, magazines, journals and newspaper cuttings. Usually, these texts are selected for a non- specialist audience but can easily be recognized by anyone like undergraduates /postgraduates or even seeking professional in that case.

Reading Test for General Training

In this version basically, candidates have to read extracts taken from any sort of books, newspapers, notices, advertisements, company handbooks and guidelines, and magazines. Actually, they are likely to come across on a daily basis in an English speaking environment.

Writing (60 minutes)

Writing tests are also classified according to the difference of academic and general versions.

Writing Tests for Academic Version

There are usually two tasks of topics of general interest and which are suitable for any undergraduate/postgraduate or even any professional person.

Task 1

Applicant will be given with a graph, chart, table or diagram and will be asked to describe or summarize the information in his/her own words related to the image presented.

Task 2

Applicant needs to write an essay in response to an argument or any problem. He needs to describe according to his point of view on the same topic.


Both the tasks responses should be written in formal style only.

Writing Tests for General Version

In this version, there are two tasks based on topics of general interest.

Task 1

Candidate has to analyze a situation and is suppose to write a letter requesting for that same information or maybe explaining the whole situation. The letter can be personal, formal, and semi-formal in style depending upon the situation.

Task 2

Candidate will be writing an essay for an argument or a problem with a point of view what he thinks on. Also, the essay has to be slightly more personal in style than the Academic writing version task 2.

Speaking (11 -14 minutes)

This test includes how to use proper spoken English while talking. The test lasts for about 11-14 minutes until it is completed. Every test is recorded until it is completed.


This test is classified into three parts;

Section 1

General questions will be asked about his/her self such as about your home, family work/studies, and your overall interests. It takes about 4-5 minutes to speak upon.

Section 2

Aspirant will be assigned with a topic and will be given a minute to prepare his/her thoughts on that same topic. Then up to 2 minutes, he will have to speak on the given matter followed by the examiner’s 1 or 2 questions related to that topic.

Section 3

Aspirant will continue with further questioning connected with the topic asked in part 2 of the test. These questions will give him more abstracted issues and ideas to discuss and speak upon.


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