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About IELTS exam
IELTS, the International English Language Testing System, is designed to assess the language ability of candidates who need to study or work where English is the language of communication. Over 6,000 different organizations, including colleges and universities, government agencies and corporations, recognize IELTS scores. IELTS is administered jointly by University of Cambridge ESO Examinations, British Council and IELTS Australia. About 1.7 million people take the exam every year.
Two exam formats are offered: academic and general.
Each test includes:

30 minutes are given for 40 questions following several different recordings.

60 minutes are given for 40 questions about three reading passages.

60 minutes are given for two writing tasks; a 150-word letter (for general training IELTS) and a 250-word response to a statement or question for an academic IELTS test.

11 to 14 minutes of face-to-face interview time with a certified test examiner.

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