BY : Kampuzz Team

Date : 15-05-2015

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Marathi-speaking candidates achieve better scores in IELTS: Analysis


IELTS contributes as the highest international standards of language assessment.  This system tests the 4 language skills that are- Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening. IELTS is jointly owned by British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and Cambridge English Language Assessment. And it is delivered through more than 1,000 locations in over 140 countries.

IELTS is a test which proved its talent and innovation all over the world. IELTS is at the cutting edge of English language testing. The effectiveness of IELTS has been proven since 1989. IELTS test design has continued to incorporate advances in applied linguistics, language pedagogy, language assessment and technology.

IELTS ensures consistency, quality & fairness in International platform of testing Language. This test specifically measures the proficiency in language of people who are willing to work and study in an environment, where English is the primary language used for communication process.

IELTS provides an accurate and a valid assessment of the focused 4 skills of language i.e. listening, speaking, reading and writing. For non-user or fresher the band score is 1 on the 9-band scale.

IELTS treats all candidates with the utmost fairness and respect by actively avoiding cultural bias and by accepting all standard varieties of native-speaker English, including North American, British, Australian and New Zealand English. Fair and consistent delivery of the test is ensured by secure technology.

It is a high-quality and a secure test. It also helps organization to identify people with suitable English Language Proficiency.

Marathi-speaking students achieve better scores in IELTS:

The 2nd & the 3rd places are grabbed by Malayalam and Tamil-speaking students respectively in terms of academic knowledge of the language. After the Bengali-speaking candidates, Gujarati and Punjabi-speaking candidates are at the seventh and eighth positions respectively, among the eight Indian languages. British Council offers expert assistance to students to prepare for the test, by providing books, videos and online interactive courses.

“IELTS gives us a reliable indication of entry level & it is more satisfactory as compared with others.”