Importance of IELTS score
The IELTS or the International English Language Testing System is perhaps the English language test, the results of which are very important when submitting applications higher education and visa purpose for various countries such as Canada, Australia, UK, Ireland, and Germany. The IELTS score plays a vital role in a successful admission and visa process.
A large number of international universities and a number of professional organizations worldwide accept the scores of this test.
For non-native English speakers, this is a standardized test. For this test, there’s nothing like a minimum score or passing marks. The results are published as IELTS Band Score and a minimum of 6.5 or higher is expected.
Facts about the IELTS band Score:
Candidates can score from band 1 to 9. Where 1 is the least and 9 the maximum score or the expert score. Always remember that the IELTS score is valid for 2 years from the date of the exam.
Most importantly, the requirement of IELTS band score varies from country to country. Therefore, one really has to ensure they have the scores that make you eligible or the process by the different countries according to their criteria.
The band requirement is around 6 to 6.5 as in the case of the Canadian student visa. There is no consideration for a band score less than this. In the case of Australia and Germany, the required band score is 6.5 to 7 depending on the institution. Now getting this band score isn’t an easy task and a lot of hard work has to be put into it.
When applying to Canadian universites you dont need to demonstrate your GRE scores all you need is you IELTS score with a minimum og6.5 or higher in each or the sections. Similar is the case in Australia and Ireland. However, when applying to German Universities, its always better that you produce your GRE score.
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