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SkillSure College - IELTS Coaching in Chandigarh

IELTS Coaching in Chandigarh - We at SkillSure College provide our students with immense knowledge of IELTS and now we are moving our vehicle towards the foreign language tests like IELTS, PTE and courses like spoken English, which includes personality development and group discussion, activities. We possess quality infrastructure, well-equipped labs and professional trainers. Finding out the hidden capabilities of the students and helping them to achieve their dream score is our motive. Students-based methodology and individual attention is our forte.SkillSure College is best in practical coaching from the other IELTS institutes. We provide distinct courses to cover all IELTS Exam modules such as IELTS Reading Classes, IELTS Writing Classes, IELTS Listening Classes, and IELTS/English speaking course in Chandigarh.

Introduction – IELTS Coaching

IELTS is basically the International English Language Testing System. IELTS is the best way to improve your communication and English abilities. Students from distinct study backgrounds can easily apply for this test. There are four modules such as listening, speaking, reading, writing skills. IELTS is primarily managed by the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations (Cambridge ESOL), the British Council and IDP: IELTS Australia.

Module 1: Writing

The IELTS Writing modules test your ability to produce two quite different pieces of writing in a fairly short period of time. Each module is divided into two parts and you have only one hour to complete both pieces of writing.The writing component of the IELTS exam is designed to assess how you “write a response appropriately, organise ideas and use a range of vocabulary and grammar accurately.”

Module 2: Reading

The Reading test is the second part of the IELTS test, and lasts for 60 minutes. This includes the time needed to transfer your answers to an answer sheet The questions test a variety of reading skills including your ability to do the following:
  • Identify the writer’s overall purpose.
  • Follow key arguments in a text.
  • Identify opinions and attitudes.
  • Locate specific information.
  • Distinguish main ideas from supporting details.
  • Extract information from a text to complete a diagram, summary, table or set of notes

Module 3: Listening

The IELTS listening test is divided into four sections and the sections get increasingly difficult. You only hear each section one time. The first two sections of the test are concerned with social needs. The final two sections are concerned with situations related more closely to educational or training contexts. All the IELTS listening topics are of general interest and it makes no difference what subjects you are planning to study or what work you intend to do.

Module 4: Speaking

The speaking test takes 11-14 minutes and consists of an interview with an examiner. The interview is recorded. The speaking test has three parts:

Part 1

Introduction and interviewExaminer introduces him/herself and checks your name. The examiner then asks you questions on general topics.4–5 minutes

Part 2

  • Individual long turn
  • Examiner gives you a written task card. You have 1 minute to think (take notes) before you have to speak for 1–2 minutes.
  • Examiner asks one or two questions at the end of your talk.
  • 3–4 minutes (including 1 minute preparation time)

Part 3

Two-way discussionDiscuss with the examiner more abstract issues and concepts which are thematically linked to the topic of your talk in Part 2.4–5 minutes

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