IELTS Coaching Center in Udaipur


IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is the world’s most popular English language proficiency test to evaluate the English language skills of a candidates who seek to pursue education programmes in, or immigrate to any English-speaking countries. The most famous countries where IELTS is accepted for admission to university are the US, New Zealand, Australia, UK and Canada. Today, most of public and private institutions accept IELTS. That’s why you need Keyway Abroad because we are the best IELTS coaching center in Udaipur.


Here we have listed down some of the interesting facts about IELTS

IELTS is recognized by more than 6000 institutions in over 135 countries.
IELTS is conducted four times a month
IELTS is jointly managed by University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations, The British Council, IDP Education Pvt. Ltd.
IELTS tests are held in over 1200 centres worldwide
Most widely used test for visa and citizenship purposes in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

IELTS Band Scores and Skill Levels

The result consists of a score in each of the four skills which is then arranged to give the Overall Band Score on a scale of 1 to 9.An overall score of Band 6.5 is mostly accepted as a good score.

Band Skill Level
Band 9 Expert user
Band 8 Very good user
Band 7 Good user
Band 6 Competent user
Band 5 Modest user
Band 4 Limited user
Band 3 Extremely limited user
Band 2 Intermittent user
Band 1 Non-user
Band 0 Did not attempt the test

Why choose Keyway Abroad for best IELTS coaching?

Flexible Batch

Available in online and offline mode

Live classes

Interactive live session with expert trainer

Mock tests

Regular mock tests to assess the progress

Small batch size

Personalized attention to each student

Practice tests

Regular home assignments to practice at home

Certified teachers

Our teachers are certified by Cambridge/ British Council/ IDP

Test Format

The IELTS has four parts namely reading, writing, speaking and listening. The duration of the entire test is around 2 hours 45 minutes.

Let’s discuss each module briefly.

Listening Section:

This consists of 4 parts with 10 questions each, totalling 40 questions, to be completed in around 30 minutes. While the recording is played you get time to read the questions and to write and check your answers. You then have 10 minutes to transfer your answers to the answer sheet.

Reading Section (Academic or General):

This section consists of 3 reading passages with a total of 40 questions, and the total time allotted is 60 minutes.

The Reading Test gets progressively tougher through the paper. In each section of the Reading Test there will be 13 or 14 questions to each passage.

While the General Training reading has texts from notices, advertisements, booklets, newspapers, magazines and books, the Academic reading has texts with complex language and precise or elaborated expression, from newspapers, magazines, journals and books.

Writing Section (Academic or General)

This section consists of two writing tasks. The total time allotted is 60 minutes.

Writing-Task 1 (Academic)

The IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 is an information transfer task related to the factual content of an input – graph(s), table(s) or diagram(s). It can be combinations of these inputs.

Sometimes you have to describe a process shown in a diagram.

Time allotted – 20 minutes

Word limit – 150 words

Writing-Task 1 (General)

For the IELTS General Writing Task 1, you must write a letter elaborating on a given problem.

The Letter will require an explanation of the situation, and often involves a request for necessary information.

You should write in the style appropriate for the type of letter required-either personal, semi-formal or formal.

Time allotted – 20 minutes

Word limit – 150 words

Writing-Task 2

In Task 2, you are asked to write an essay on a given Topic

Time – 40 minutes

Word Length – 250 words at least

Speaking Section

The test consists of an interview between the examiner and the candidate, which will be recorded for evaluation.The total time allotted to this section is 11 to 14 minutes.

The Speaking Test is divided into 3 sections:

Section 1 – begins with some general introductory questions. This is followed by some questions on personal information similar to the type of questions one would ask when meeting someone for the first time. Then the examiner asks a series of questions of 2 topics of general interest such as family, hometown, interests, job/study, likes &dislikes etc. (4 – 5 minutes)

Section 2 – is a monologue by the candidate. The examiner gives the candidate a Cue Card with a subject and a few guiding questions on it. The student talks for 1 to 2 minutes on this subject, as the examiner may decide. The student gets 1 minute to prepare his talk and is provided with paper and a pencil to make some brief notes. After the candidate’s talk, the examiner asks 1 or 2 brief questions to finish the section. (3 – 4 minutes)

Section 3 – Here the examiner asks some more questions generally related to the subject spoken about in section 2. These questions are more demanding and require some critical analysis on the part of the candidate.