Showing posts with label IELTS. Show all posts
Showing posts with label IELTS. Show all posts

List of Universities / Colleges accepting IELTS Band in the United States

Que: I am planning to take IELTS for BA admission in the UK but also looking to apply to couple of US colleges. Do I need to take any additional English test or my IELTS Band would be accepted?

Ans: IELTS Band Score is accepted by US Colleges / Universities for admission. Different schools may have different requirements. For exact information you are advised to reach to your school and ask for the information. However, if English is not your native language you can write IELTS test and apply for admission in US Schools. Here given the exclusive list.

How IELTS Score works

International English Language Testing System (IELTS) minimum levels required by institutions depend sometimes on particular college or school and country. As a general rule, institutions from English spoken countries require a higher level of IELTS Score than those from non-English spoken countries.Most IELTS requirements by Universities vary between 7.00 and 5.50.

Must have Android Apps for IELTS preparation

Preparation for admission test and especially when you planning to study abroad is really tough task. Oftentimes I hear stories in magazines like ‘I studied 14 hours a day to pass the test, I studied 9 hours a day to pass the test and so on so forth. I don’t know whether such stories are true or false. I never studied 15 hours, to me it seems unbelievable. To me preparation means adoption of curriculum round the clock whereever you go. There is exam in your mind and you are trying to learn every moment, that is the meaning of exam in my view.

How IELTS Exam looks like

Planning to write IELTS Exam; great, the IELTS is your first entry point to study in an UK / English speaking country. You must be curious to know how IELTS looks like. Here is an overview

IELTS - International English Language Testing System

IELTS - International English Language Testing System is jointly administered by  the British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and Cambridge English Language Assessment. The test score is used to define English proficiency of non-native speakers in English settings.