Educational providers can use IELTS Indicator to help them gauge the English language ability of future students while IELTS testing is suspended. As IELTS Indicator provides an indicative score only, it is not accepted by all organisations. Before you book, be sure to check with your university or educational institution.
We have changed the way we live our daily lives, with most of us working from home, studying online, rather than in class and taking our social interactions online. This extra time has given us an opportunity to pick up the phone, reconnect with old friends and remember the importance and value of storytelling. We have also faced tough conversations around safety, our finances, our wellbeing, our families.
If we accept that conversations are key to us staying connected and rebuilding as a community, in the same way we can understand and accept that command in a language is empowering. Having command over a language means you can effectively communicate your fears, needs and goals to help us map a path forward.
To ensure you have the language skills you need to succeed in your job, school or community, you need to measure yourself against a test you can trust. As the world faced a shake up, many of us understandably looked for quick fixes to help us progress our goals.
Unfortunately, in terms of language testing, many of those quick fixes don’t measure things like your ability to have a conversation with colleagues or teachers. They measure language based on algorithms. Academic studies have proven that this short-term fix leads to long term pain when students fall behind in the classroom or colleagues can’t keep up in the workplace and feel isolated. That is where IELTS comes in.
Test takers and organisations who rely on our test needed something they could trust in a Covid-19 era, where social distancing closed face to face centres.https://speakinenglish.in/