IELTS is a secure English-language test that is accepted by more than 10,000 organisations across the globe, from education institutions to employers, as well as government and professional bodies.
IELTS assesses your English-language proficiency across four skills: listening, reading, writing and speaking in either an academic, higher education or practical, everyday setting.
There are different test-types you can take including, IELTS Academic, IELTS General Training and Life Skills (A1, A2 or B2). The test-type you need to take will depend on your intent. If you want to study in higher education in an English-speaking country, you might need to take IELTS Academic Test.
Test taker Linh shares how she is using the extra time she has during COVID-19 restrictions to study for her IELTS test.