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Understanding a native English speaker can be a challenge.  English pronunciation is complex. There are over 20 different vowel sounds and they can be arduous to tell apart. It gets harder with the fast pace and delivery of a speech. Two words may differ by a single sound but have a very different meaning (minimal pairs).  Training your ear to distinguish between the sounds is an important foundational skill. Native speakers have speech patterns that sound unique to learners. It’s different from a textbook or written English. As part of our top IELTS exam coaching center, the Pre-IELTS program develops the foundational rubrics needed to success in IELTS. Pre-IELTS is a specially crafted comprehensive English language training program backed up with ELT (English Language Teaching) and is IILT’s unique approach to remedy language deficiencies observed in non-native English speakers. Our scientific and structured approach examines and teaches the logic behind English language acquisition starting with the basics of sentence construction and makes it easy for students to appropriate, absorb, and use the language. The program lays the foundation for the English language and equips students and non-native speakers with the fundamentals of the English language. The course covers all areas of English communications, from basic sentence structures, simple, complex, and compound sentences, active and passive voice, parts of sentences, nine parts of speech, tenses, reported speech, sounds, phonetics, to core skills in listening, reading, writing, and speaking.

What is a good score for IELTS?
IELTS scores almost always range from 1 to 9 (“non-user” to “expert”), and there is a 0 score as well (“did not attempt”). You can also get a score ending in . 5, for example, 6.5, 7.5., 8.5.
IELTS Band ScoreSkill Level
8Very good
What is IELTS and its purpose?
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) 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 levels of proficiency, from non-user (band score 1) through to expert (band score 9).
Who is eligible for  IELTS?
For taking the IELTS Exam, your minimum age should be at least 16 years & you must have a valid passport. You will be eligible to take the exam if you fall into one of the categories: Planning to study in UK/Australia/Canada/New Zealand/USA
How long is IELTS is valid for?

In general, the result is valid for 2 years. It's a globally recognized exam.
What is the syllabus of IELTS?
The IELTS Exam consists of ListeningReadingWriting and Speaking sections. According to the IELTS Syllabus 2020, the Listening and Speaking sections would be the same for all the test-takers, however, for Academic and General Training test modules you might find some difference in the Reading and Writing modules.