Since the introduction of the british BLO, Canada, Australia and other multinational policies, more and more Hong Kong people want to emigrate, study abroad, work, etc. , if you think of living abroad, many times need to test IELTS (IELTS), in the end what is the difference between the two models of IELTS? Which one is better for me? What is the content of the exam? How do I PREPARE for IELTS?

Academic IELTS Academic Model

Suitable for objects:

Candidates preparing for higher education or professional qualifications, such as university or professional qualifications.

Exam content for the four volumes of IELTS:

Reading Read: Three academic articles.

Writing Writing: Task 1 is a 150-word chart question that needs to summarize and analyze comparative chart data, possibly pie chart/bar chart/line graph/map/flow chart/table, etc. Task 2 is a 250-word academic article, usually related to social issues.

Writing Task 1 Title (Source: IELTS 12 test 7)

Listening: There are 4 sections, each with 10 questions, and usually session 1 is the simplest part to fill out a form (personal data, etc.). Section 2 is usually a more life-like topic, with title types ranging from pairing, maps, choice questions, crosswords. Section 3-4 begins to compare academic topics, perhaps dialogue, discussion, expert lectures, etc. between students and professors.

“In three parts, Part 1 is a more personal issue, such as family, study, living environment, etc., but the topics are very diverse,” Says Speak said. Part 2 is the keynote speech, which will have one minute to prepare, the candidate can write notes with a pen and paper, and then 1-2 minutes to speak. Part 3 is two-way discussion, which is generally related to the part 2 topic and explores more in-depth social issues or phenomena. The entire Speaking exam will take about 15-20 minutes to complete.

General Training IELTS General Group

Suitable for objects:

Candidates preparing to immigrate, work, and participate in the traping programme.

Exam content for the four volumes of IELTS:

Reading Read: There is only one academic article, and the remaining two are more life-like articles.

Writing Writing: Task 1 is an email or letter of more than 150 words, possibly an informal/semi-formal/formal letter. Task 2 is the same academic model as academic articles with more than 250 words, usually topics related to social issues.

Writing Task 1 Title (Source: IELTS 12 test 5)

Listening: There are four parts, exactly the same as the academic model.

“There are three parts, and it’s exactly the same as the academic model,” Says Speak said.

How do I PREPARE for IELTS?

To prepare for IELTS, you can study for yourself or enroll in the IELTS course. The following is an introduction to the different IELTS courses in Hong Kong and an analysis of their advantages and disadvantages.

Find the right IELTS course for you

  1. British Council, British Council

Advantages: Famous, foreign teachers, many years of experience

Disadvantages: time and place inflexible, too many students a class, not for the needs of individual students, the price is more expensive

RELATED LINKS:https://www.britishcouncil.hk/english/courses-adults/ielts-exam-preparation

2. Wall Street English

Advantages: Famous, foreign teachers, many years of experience

Disadvantages: time and place inflexible, too many students a class, not for the needs of individual students, the price is more expensive

RELATED LINKS:https://www.wallstreet.edu.hk/web/

3. Couch Potato Education (CPE) potato education

merit:

  • Online teaching, anytime, anywhere can be classes, students are free to arrange the time and place of classes
  • Professional teachers, teachers are through professional examination and interview, many famous university teachers, foreign teachers and experienced teachers
  • Cost-effective, affordable and course quality assurance
  • Choose one-on-one or small classes to improve student issues more specifically

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