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Ensure your success in IELTS by studying with our qualified trainers at ICE Pakistan.

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Start Date

6th June, 2022

Fee

Rs 20,000

Duration

4 weeks

Delivery

On-campus and Online

About IELTS

The course measures the language proficiency of people who want to study or work where English is used as a language of communication. It uses a nine-band scale to clearly identify the levels of proficiency, from non-user (band score 1) through to expert (band score 9).

Session Days and Timing
Morning (On Campus) Monday to Friday - 10:30 AM to 12 Noon
Afternoon (On Campus) Monday to Friday - 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Evening (Online) Monday to Friday - 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM

Course Outline

Day 1:

  • Listening test description
  • Anticipating IELTS Listening situations 
  • Listening task information/instructions 
  • Listening strategies 
  • Flowcharts Notes Tables Summaries and Forms 
  • Practice Test 1 class task 
  • Practice test 2 home task 

Day 2:

  • Sentence Completion Questions  
  • Matching Tasks 
  • Multiple Choice 
  • Open question tasks  
  • Practice test 3 class task 
  • Practice test 4 home task

Day 3:

  • Picture based tasks  
  • Plans & Maps 
  • Diagrams  
  • Practice test 5 class task 
  • Practice test 6 home task

Day 4:

  • Increasing confidence in listening. 
  • Gap filling tasks 
  • Form filling tasks  
  • Description of the Answer sheet. 
  • Practice test 7 class task 
  • Practice test 8 home task

Day 5:

  • Final  Assessment  Test 9 class task 
  • Review of the listening module  
  • Overview of Listening module

Day 1:
  • Introduction: IELTS Test Description 
  • Reading Test description. 
  • Flowcharts Notes Tables Summaries  
  • Short Answer and Sentence Completion Questions  
  • Understanding unknown words 
  • Practice Test 1 class task 
  • Practice test 2 home task
Day 2:
  • Overviewing a passage  
  • Understanding of the main points in the passage 
  • Interpreting diagrams, tables, and graphs 
  • Practice test 3 class task 
  • Practice test 4 home task
Day 3:
  • Matching Information  
  • Matching Information & Matching Headings 
  • Matching Sentence Endings and Matching Features 
  • Multiple Choice Questions 
  • Practice test 5 class task 
  • Practice test 6 home task
Day 4:
  • Understanding the organization of a passage 
  • Identifying Information and the Writers Views or Claims 
  • Practice test 7 class task 
  • Practice test 8 home task 
Day 5:
  • Final  Assessment  Test 9 class task 
  • Review of reading module 
  • Overview of reading module

Day 1:

  • Introduction: IELTS Test Description 
  • Writing Strategies  (How to write a report/letter) 
  • Introduction to IELTS Writing & Introduction 
  • Writing Opinion Essays  
  • Practice Test 1 class Task 
  • Practice test 2 home task

Day 2:

  • Analyzing the task 
  • The Types of Tasks (Academic & General Training) 
  • Preparing the plan for writing 
  • Advantages and Disadvantages  
  • Practice test 3 class task 
  • Practice test 4 home task

Day 3:

  • The Main Features  (Academic) 
  • Collecting relevant information: Writing up (General Training) 
  • Practice test 5 class task 
  • Practice test 6 home task

Day 4:

  • Maps Processes and Two Chart Comparisons  (Academic) 
  • Completing  (Academic & General Training) 
  • Practice test 7 class task 
  • Practice test 8 home task

Day 5:

  • Final  Assessment  Test 9 class task 
  • Review of the writing module 
  • Overview of the Writing module

Day 1:

  • Introduction: IELTS Test Description 
  • Strategies for IELTS interview 
  • Predicting the topics, Understanding the questions 
  • Introduction and interview 
  • Demonstration of IELTS speaking test 
  • Practice Test 1 class task 
  • Practice test 2 home task

Day 2:

  • Fluency and Coherence 
  • Sentences of synonyms, Antonyms, and vocabulary words 
  • Assign the task to different groups and ask group A to share its work with group B. 
  • Practice test 3 class task 
  • Practice test 4 home task

Day 3:

  • Strategies for Part 2 
  • Write Declarative sentences, Exclamatory, and Conditional sentences. 
  • Sentences by using different prepositions.  
  • Encourage peer correction and give feedback to the 
  • Students by correcting their mistakes 
  • Practice test 5 class task 
  • Practice test 6 home task

Day 4:

  • Overview of speaking Tips to improve the body language 
  • Students participation in different speaking tasks 
  • Useful sentences of pair of words, confusing, signposting words and idioms 
  • Ask students to practice tongue twister in class. 
  • Practice test 7 class task 
  • Practice test 8 home task

Day 5:

  • Final  Assessment  Test 9 class task 
  • Arrange students in pairs and assign them different parts of speech.  
  • Take a presentation at the end of class  
  • Ask students to describe their home, class, favourite place, favourite personality, home town by using tenses of past, present, and future.

Score up to IELTS 7-band* under the expert guidance of ICE

Taught by the experts, not only will you learn to improve your reading, writing, speaking and listening skills with intensive and inclusive IELTS preparation course but you will also learn helpful tips and tricks to ensure a 7-band or higher score in your IELTS for your desired admission or immigration route.

 

*varies from student to student

8 reasons why you should do IELTS?

Results in international university admissions

Governed by trusted bodies

Produces faster and accurate results

Offers great career pathways and scholarship opportunities

Widely available and globally accepted

Immigration opportunities

Offers expert support and free resources

Covers both types of English language

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How long is an IELTS score valid?

A. An IELTS Test Report Form (TRF) is valid for two (2) years.

Q. Is it better to take IELTS test online or in-person?

A. Either is fine. It depends on the candidate’s performance and choice.

Q. Are the classes going to be online or in-person?

A. Depends on student’s ease and preference and the ongoing pandemic regulations

Q. What can I do to better prepare for the test?

A. Study at the International Centre of Excellence to get the best results.

Q. What is the minimum age limit for IELTS?

A. It is recommended for candidates over the age of 16.

Q. Is my IELTS valid for all international countries?

A. Yes. If the candidate has passed the test, he will be eligible to apply in any country of his choice. 

Q. How soon can a candidate resit for the test?

A. There’s no restriction as to when a candidate can resit for an exam. 

IELTS Test Calendar 2022

Test Date Test Type
03 Jan 2022 9:30 am Academic, General Training
03 Jan 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
04 Jan 2022 9:30 am Academic, General Training
04 Jan 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
05 Jan 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
08 Jan 2022 9:30 am Academic, General Training
08 Jan 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
09 Jan 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
10 Jan 2022 9:30 am Academic, General Training
10 Jan 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
11 Jan 2022 9:30 am Academic, General Training
11 Jan 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
12 Jan 2022 9:30 am Academic, General Training
15 Jan 2022 9:30 am Academic, General Training
15 Jan 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
16 Jan 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
17 Jan 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
18 Jan 2022 9:30 am Academic, General Training
18 Jan 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
19 Jan 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
22 Jan 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
24 Jan 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
25 Jan 2022 9:30 am Academic, General Training
25 Jan 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
26 Jan 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
31 Jan 2022 9:30 am Academic, General Training
31 Jan 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
1 Feb 2022 9:30 am Academic, General Training
1 Feb 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
2 Feb 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
5 Feb 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
7 Feb 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
8 Feb 2022 9:30 am Academic, General Training
8 Feb 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
9 Feb 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
12 Feb 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
14 Feb 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
15 Feb 2022 9:00 am Academic, General Training
15 Feb 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
16 Feb 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
19 Feb 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
21 Feb 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
22 Feb 2022 9:30 am Academic, General Training
22 Feb 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
23 Feb 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training
26 Feb 2022 9:30 am Academic, General Training
28 Feb 2022 9:30 am Academic, General Training
28 Feb 2022 13:30 am Academic, General Training

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