IELTS & Pre-IELTS Training

IELTS & Pre-IELTS Training

NITE is one of the best training institute for IELTS coaching in Chandigarh. IELTS denotes International English Language Testing System. It is a test which is taken to check and evaluate English efficiency of an individual. International English Language Test (IELTS) is conducted across the world for the purpose of: Study, Work and Immigration.

NITE is a right choice for you as it gives you more exposure and scope and take you to the zenith of success. It dedicate much of its time in completing the relevant topics. Substantial knowledge will be given to you during the completion of major part of the syllabus. The timings of the classes are best suited to your schedule. The expertise faculty will be always there to drag you out if you get stuck in any particular question or query.
Our team will assist you with booking the examination date and its centre too with varied techniques.

We keep tabs on each and every student by tracking their progress reports and therefore make changes into the teaching process whenever the requirement is needed. We take pride to say we are a patient listener to the problems of each of our students and also we see for its remedy as soon as possible. At every regular interval, we allow our students to give their valuable feedback and suggestions. Students are also liable to be equipped with professional and skilled team who gives specialized training on the topics that are relevant to IELTS.


Duration: 1. One month Daily 4-6 hours Classes

Fee: for One month fee Rs. 8000/- only.

for 15 Days Crash Course fee is Rs. 6000/- only

2. 15 Days Crash Course  Daily 6-8 hours classes


Duration: 3 Month/  2 Months

Daily 3-4 Hour classes for 3 month course and 4-5 hour classes for 2 Month Course.

Fee: Rs. 6000/- per month for  3 month course and Rs. 8000/- per month for 2 month course

Brief Detail about IELTS  Training

IELTS Listening
The Listening Test of IELTS for both the parts (or modules) is the same. It is taken first during the exam in the time span of half an hour. It consist of mainly 4 sections of this test. Each section consist of different questions which are related to conversation in context of:
• social
• academic

All total, there are 40 questions and at the end of each part, you get some time to double check your answers. You get 10 minutes to transfer your answers to the answer sheet at the end of the full IELTS listening test. You need to show up a careful listening so that you listen and make out each bit of it easily because the recording will be played for ONCE.

The listening test of IELTS is conducted in four different sections which probably focus on variant kinds of speech. Look for the detail below:
Section 1 – Consist of 2 speakers with a speech based on transactional dialogue or social
Section 2 – Consist of 1 speaker with a precise speech on any general topic
Section 3 – Consist of 2-4 speakers with a conversation on any of the educational or training subject
Section 4 – Consist of 1 speaker with a talk on any of general subject of academicals interest

This test finally judges you on the basis of how attentively you understand as you listen the specific recording and its basic idea, information, opinion and facts. There are several kinds of questions you can be asked in the exam, they can be among the following:

  • Questions that have multiple choice
  • Answer in brief questions
  • Completion of Sentences
  • Completion of flowchart/diagram/Notes and table
  • Matching multiples
  • Grouping

Why You Get Variety Of Questions?
It’s just that, in times you are required to answer not in a bookish language but in your own words. Therefore, here the IELTS counts the correctness in your spellings. If you spell your answer wrongly, the answer will be taken as Wrong answer. A minor mistake will lead to negative marking.

Suppose, if your answer is ‘hat’ and by mistakenly you wrote ‘hats’, then you have given the answer wrong! you need to do ample amount of practice and hard working to get accomplishes in the test which are related with understanding, comprehension and speech.

With a rigorous practice, your concentration and listening power will get improvised with the passage of time. Just be patient and confident and you will achieve it.

IELTS Reading
The IELTS Reading Test, covers around 1 hour. This test is different for the candidates of the General and Academic modules. The chief difference between the tests conducted with both the types of modules is of Language. The candidates of General Module face easy text when the candidates of the Academic Modules consist of the complicated one. The Academic Module consist of three passages while in General Module the IELTS Reading test consist of five passages. But the number of questions remains the same in both the modules that is 40.Although the reading passage subjects are different but each one of it is of academic nature.
Candidates, in times, hesitates and feels panic when they face a passage on a some of the subject that are totally new or unknown to them. Point to be remembered is that your answers to the entire set of questions should be in the text form itself. You need not have to be any particular domain expertise to capable of answering the questions. The test is only conducted to judge the reading comprehension ability.

Various kind of IELTS Reading Tasks
Check out the different kind of questions which are generally a section of IELTS reading test which you can have to face in both the Modules:

  • Paragraph which have headings
  • Answer in short
  • Completion of sentences
  • Questions that have multiple choices
  • Flowcharts, Diagrams, Tables, and its conclusion
  • Matching Multiples
  • Completion of summary
  • Locating the data
  • Locating the author’s views
  • Paragraphs classification

IELTS Reading Time Limit
It is always been marked that the candidates often receive a lower score than what you have expected in the IELTS Reading test, as they give much attention and time taken on some parts and therefore are not able to finish the test in the given time. It is utmost important to complete your test which will help you in scoring good marks in this particular module.

Candidates also waste their time in solving the question they don’t know. It is advisable that when you are confused or fasten at a question that you don’t know, rightfully you should move to the next question. you can solve the difficult question at the end but answer first the one which is easy. In this way you save a lot of time.

IELTS Writing
The motive of IELTS Writing Test comprises to analyze your skills and ability of writings, that helps to know if you are able to write correctly and can pen down your opinions and ideas in a exact ways or not. Also, it assist in scrutinizing your grammar and vocabulary power.

IELTS Writing Time Duration
The Writing test of IELTS last for one hour. It is advisable that you should spend 20 mins on Task 1 and the incur rest 40 mints on Task 2. As you will not be allotted any Extra time, You need complete the two tasks in given time. It depends upon how well you manage your time that you complete all the questions in given time.

Please be very particular with the word limitations. You are supposed to write at least 150 words for Task 1 and Minimum of 250 words for Task 2.
Note: The above mentioned word limit minimum. Although you can write more if you want and can. Second important thing to remember is the test can be different, which is based on the selection of your module, i.e. either General or Academic.

IELTS Academic Writing Test
In Academic Writing Test of IELTS, you are expected to answer in a very formal way,all the questions for the given two tasks.

Task 1: Here, you will be either given any of the three: a Graph, Diagram, or a Chart. You are supposed to study and analyze the given figure carefully and thereby explain clearly what you understood in it. Say, perhaps you might need to explain the Graph, it’s data and other related things that should be included. You need to spend at least 20 min for this task.

Task 2:Here, you need to describe your personal opinion and/or argument about a topic in an organized way. In this, would be reflecting the skills of your vocabulary and also show how well you can express your viewpoints accurately.

IELTS General Training Writing test
General Training (GT module) Writing Test of IELTS, you are expected to complete both these should be done in a, comparatively non- formal way.

Task 1: you will be asked to write a letter on the basis of any of the given situation. The type of a letter you write can be either of the 3: formal, semi-formal or personal.

Task 2: you will be ask for penning down a write-up that should be expressed in your own thoughts and opinion on the asked topic. You are free to write in your own words, in this.

The aspects that affects the Writing Test Score of IELTS
In terms of scores, as compared to the first Task of the Writing Test, the second task carries more importance.

IELTS Speaking
The IELTS Speaking test is conducted in a personal interview (PI) form, in which the examiner look for how communicative you are and how well you speak up. It is a test of basic British spoken English skills.

All the other test are conducted in one day except Speaking Module. It can be possibly conducted in one day, or maybe in the duration of 7 days or perhaps before the test of the other parts. Speaking being the most crucial and important part of the IELTS Speaking test. This is conducted in the form of Face-To-Face interview. Here the interviewer judges the candidate’s fluency, confidence, and comfort level in British English speaking power. This session of the interview is recorded for future judgment and probably for rechecking. The speaking test of IELTS last for maximum 15 minutes.

These are the main factors to judge your capability of:

  • Table your opinions, ideas and knowledge on general topics
  • Just speak up on allotted topic for the given time
  • Be logical. Manage your thoughts and opinion accordingly
  • Justify your the viewpoints that you convey. Make it clear.

The IELTS Speaking test compel 3 parts as they are given below:-

Section Duration Information
Part 1
Intro and Personal interview
5 minutes The foremost part comprises on the general topics for eg to introduce yourself etc, personal culture and custom and about the things you like.
Part 2
Individual long turn
5 minutes In this part, the examiner a Cue Card. The particular card will give you topic to speak up on it for at least 2 minutes. Prior to starting you will be allotted a minute to jot down notes.
Part 3
2-way discussion
5 minutes The final one confines the most difficult one; in which examiner tend to ask you question on the topic you were allotted in the cue card.

Check out for the judgment marks in this test of IELTS
Marking depends on the following 4 basis: –

  • Fluency and versatility
  • Vocabulary and grammatical power
  • The usage of error-free grammars
  • Exactness in the Pronunciation

Just do as instructed in the aforementioned to score higher!

Guidelines: IELTS Listening Exam!

Do NOT get nervous during the exam or anxious about the left out questions. All you need to do is to focus and concentrate on the questions of the test. Once you lose your concentrate you will miss your flight. So just focus and don’t ever get confused!

Time Management is a MUST! You have to adjust and organize your test in the allotted time period. Therefore you need to spend the given time period sensibly on the different set of questions. Utilize the given 30 seconds for going through the questions of every section carefully so that you get an idea of that particular question.

Do not get stuck to a particular question. Say if you do not know the answer of Question No. 7 just move on to the next or further questions. Try to answer all the questions in series.

Focus much on practicing regularly by listening to the accents that are used in British English and that of the American and Australian. Therefore practice the accent of different nationalities. You can do this by watching documentaries, news channels, movies, etc, and sharpen your skill more and more.

You must not write more than the given instructions. NO MARKS will be given to you if you violets the instructions.

Take a due care of your spellings. Spelling mistake will obtain you negative markings.
Guidelines: IELTS Reading Exam! 
Practice Makes The Man Perfect! Therefore, practice as many times as possible so that you may know what you need to do and how you need to do it correctly and perfectly. Scrutinize your answers once you complete doing the tests and which will make it easier for you to know which types of question is easier for you and which one is tough!

Take the aid of guidebooks or check with your professor/teacher/tutor to jot down the strategies in order to turn it more easier from being a tough tasks that may be asked in the test.

IELTS Reading
You have to be a ‘reading person’, which means you need to have a comprehensive reading skills to crack the IELTS tests. Hence, you should be proficient enough to do the following things:

  • Accept the big points while not missing the minor ones
  • Acquire facts and jot down your opinions and viewpoints from it
  • Understand the meaning of the entire passage
  • Check out the real context in a written text
  • Mention the specific details and authentic data
  • Revise all the striking points
  • Give the graphical representation for your written information
  • Answer with literal meaning
  • Mind the spellings, Grammar and vocabularyThe Main Aspects For Achieving The Most Exact Skill Of Reading:
  • Scanning
  • Skimming
  • Reading each detail

There are many strategies and each one of them are used for different purposes. Scanning and Skimming are the 2 main and important strategies which involves a smooth reading. Skimming denotes to read seamlessly to know the exact point of a content and getting a definite piece and idea of its knowledge. Reading each and every word in a specific and given order to check out its real meaning and aim.

In IELTS Reading skills, you are expected to utilize all the aforementioned the given 3 approaches at different stages of text. Just scan the question carefully and know what kind of answer is required. Justify your answer correctly according to the instruction.
Guidelines: IELTS Writing Exam!
Without carefully scanning and analyzing, DO NOT start the given task. Instead of starting hastily spend some time on planning and in making notes.
Be specific and justify your points of view with apt instances.

DO NOT copy the entire sentence extracting from the question. You must mind the required word limitation of your answer.

DO NOT be repetitive with your ideas and viewpoints. This may reward you negative markings.

Write relevant points only.

Always maintain the space of 3-4 minutes for the purpose of re-reading and double checking your answer.

Avoid using the technical words or jargons, use only formal language.

Mind the time limitations. Thus, try to manage your allotted time by using approximately 20 minutes on Task 1 and approximately 40 minutes on Task 2.

Follow the instructions carefully, else it would charge you penalty. Therefore you must have to write at least 150 words for Task 1 and at least 250 words for Task

Writing more than the word limits will not be penalized.
Guidelines: IELTS Speaking Exam!
You have to show up your British English speaking power with a smooth flow and fluency.
Fluency in the language will bag you more score.
While explaining your points never hesitate or be nervous. If you aren’t sure about the question/instruction just ask the examiner to explain it once again.
DO NOT rehearse the answer and come as you will be penalized for the same.
Keep doing practice and record yourself.
DO NOT let your past performance in Part 1 affect the forthcoming sections of the test.
Stay calm prior to and during the exam, as you may have to pay for your nervousness.

Q1 Which type of module should i choose?
Ans: You need to appear the Academic Module if you want to do higher studies, and General Module is suggested for immigration and PR visas.

Q2 Let me know about the format of the IELTS exam and it’s specific time duration?
Ans: The IELTS test is divided into 4 parts, they are as follows:
+Listening (30 minutes),
+Reading (60 minutes),
+Writing (60 minutes) and
+ Speaking (11–14 minutes).

The time duration for the test is 2:45 Hours. They are conducted in a row and on continuous basis except the Speaking test.
Speaking test may be conducted on the same day or in the duration of 7 days before or after the other tests.

Q3 Please tell about the fees structure of IELTS?
Ans: Currently, the examination fees is Rs. 9,300 (British Council) and Rs.9,300 (IDP – education Australia). Fees are bound to change from time to time without any prior notice.

Q4 At which place can i take my exam?
Ans: There are many places where the IELTS test can be taken by the candidates of both the modules; Search and Choose the place according to your convenience and check for the locations of exam and its dates.

Q5 Can i take the IELTS test for more than one times?
Ans: No bonds or restrictions are there on the number of times to crack the exam, just prepare yourself more carefully before you are up to retake the exam.

Q6 How can i do registration for the IELTS Exam?
Ans: Please call us on the number given in the website or directly visit to our office to know how to get yourself registered for the IELTS Examination.

Q7 When would i get my test result?
Ans: The result is declared within the 13 days of the test. To view your score please check with the website of the test conducting agency.

Q8 Is there any way to recheck my paper if i am not satisfied?
Ans: In the duration of 6 weeks of the given test date, you can apply for an Enquiry on Results procedure at your test centre. For this you need to pay an enquiry fee, which is refundable under the circumstances if your band score changes.

Note: The method of testing IELTS is followed by the highest quality control procedures due to that very fact the IELTS Examiners are bound to follow strict assessment guidelines and are well trained for same.

Q9 Am I allowed to take all types of test in one single day?
Ans: No. You will to take the Speaking test within the duration of 7 days either before or after the test date, depending on the test centre while the Listening, Reading and Writing parts of the test are conducted in a row and without any break.

Q10 Will the candidate get any break in between the test?
Ans: You will have to first attempt Listening Module, and then the Reading and which end with the Writing module.
Note: There will be no comfort break in between the aforementioned modules.