International English Language Testing System
IELTS is a secure, valid, and reliable test of the real-life ability to communicate in English for education, immigration, and professional accreditation. IELTS is jointly managed by the British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia, and the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations (Cambridge ESOL) and delivered through more than 500 locations in over 130 countries.
In the IELTS test, there are four sub-tests, or modules: reading, writing, listening,listening and speaking. Students must sit all four subtests. While all students take the same listening and speaking tests, they sit on different reading and writing tests, depending on whether they have selected the academic IELTS test or the general training IELTS test.
Each section will be scored individually from 0–9, and the total scores will be aggregated and reported from the 0–9 band.
IELTS AT REACTION NEPAL
60 Hours in 6 Weeks, Monday to Friday, with 2 hours everyday (tutorial and class work)
Our students are put into mock tests every Sunday to consolidate their practice and gain confidence for the real exam. They can not only get their scores reported with the instructors' comments, but they can also feel that the real exam is just another test. We cater to standardized paper tests as per the requirements and criteria of the real test.
Course Start Date
Generally, new classes commence every Monday. The students, however, can get admitted anytime and join the class at their convenience, as some of the classes are rolling on all year round.
Please contact the office to arrange a class at your convenience if needed.
Materials Provided on Admission
1 skill-building IELTS Book, 1 Note book, 2 CDs, and 1 ballpoint pen
Self-Access Library and Lab
The students can access the pool of various books on their course for reference. Our library is fully equipped with the latest books, and we always make sure they have ample resources to explore during their preparation. Similarly, they can practice the tests in the lab as per their convenience.
To register for an IELTS test, follow these six simple steps. You can also download the Information for candidates booklet.
- Find your nearest IELTS centre and check the test dates to find two options that suit you. Note the deadline for registering for each test date. (You can also see the cost of the test at your centre in local currency on the IELTS Worldwide Search.)
- Check with your organisation or on the Global Recognition System whether you need to sit an Academic or General Training test.
- Print out the IELTS Application Form or ask your test centre for a copy. Read the information for candidates, terms and conditions, complete the form and sign it. Please make sure you have a valid postal address and use the same name as on your passport.
- Organise two passport-sized photographs, less than six months old, and sign the back of each. Take a photocopy of your current passport – this must be valid and not expired. (Some centres will accept a national identity card.)
- If you want your results to be sent automatically to a university or educational institution, include the correct details in the section on the IELTS Application Form.
- Take your application into your IELTS test centre with your money. If you send it by mail, please talk to your centre about the method of payment.
Once you have registered, the test centre will confirm your IELTS test date, time and venue. Please note the Speaking test can be up to 7 days before or after the test date.
On the test day, you must bring the same passport or national identity card that you entered on the Application Form.
In Nepal, basically intended test-takers register from British Council and IDP Nepal office
Notice: For our IELTS students, we facilitate their date registration. Please, contact the Front Desk Service.