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IELTS

General Training

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a global English test with results that are used worldwide. IELTS is divided into categories A (Academic) and G (General Training).

 

Category A.

Assesses whether a candidate's English level meets the requirements of a university or professional program.

 

Category G.

Assesses whether the candidate's English level meets the requirements for applying to post-secondary and graduate programs, and will focus on reading menus, advertisements, etc. in Reading; and will focus on letters and subjective writing in Writing.

Program Introduction

IELTS General Training Intermediate Class

  • Level (equivalency) : IELTS 4 to IELTS 5 

  • Institutional hours: 24 - 144  hours

  • Delivery: online, in-class, combined 

IELTS General Training Advanced Class

  • Level (equivalency) : IELTS 5 to IELTS 7 

  • Institutional hours: 24 - 144  hours

  • Delivery: online, in-class, combined 

What You Will Learn?

  • Listening section content explanation, combined with scene analysis answers.

  • Detailed explanation of classified question types, including chart questions, fill-in-the-blank questions, matching questions, and multiple-choice questions.

  • How to take notes and summarize

  • Proficiency in reading skills such as skimming and quick scanning methods to help students answer questions quickly

  • Analyze the main points of reading questions and understand the main ideas and inferences

  • Speaking mock test, to improve the logic of spoken English

  • Practice for different speaking scene and train the ability to prepare speech in a short time

  • Proficiency in the use of descriptive and comparative vocabulary to practice the ability to argue and express ideas appropriately

  • Analyze appropriate writing samples and become proficient in various important writing connectives and common sentence patterns.

  • Explain in detail how to describe charts, graphs or table questions; how to express arguments, opinions and make comparisons in writing.

  • Enrich the content of the essay and ensure the independence of the essay while ensuring the logic of the student's writing.