IELC

Innovative English Learning Centre was conceptualized after our CEO realized that there was a massive shortage of qualified teachers who could appropriately teach IELTS to students who were desirous of going abroad. Since then, more than 4000 students have successfully completed their IELTS preparation through us. Following our success rate, we were also enlisted by the British Council Bangladesh to be an official registration points for IELTS. We are the only official registration centre for IELTS in Chittagong.

We cover the entire spectrum for preparatory courses on International Competency Tests such as IELTS. We provide teaching solutions specific to students’ need and help them to excel in their career, thus, working in line with them as their reliable successor. IELC offers the perfect blend of science and touch of human element using diversified forms teaching methods marked with creativity suiting individual needs. We are proud to serve our students with our years of professional expertise that we developed through continuous research and our extensive pool of talented instructors help the students to achieve their lifelong goals.

WHY US?

  • Highly Qualified Teachers equipped with a foreign degree.
  • We make the students fully familiarized with the question papers.
  • Extensive practice in the classroom.
  • Home tasks are checked daily by the tutor and the student is given appropriate feedback.
  • Up to 40 mock tests before the actual exam.
  • Registration at our centre only.
  • Free conversation club with extra tutorial classes for IELTS students.

WHAT IS IELTS?

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is the world’s most popular English language proficiency test for higher education and global migration, with over 3 million tests taken in the last year.

IELTS assesses all of your English skills — reading, writing, listening and speaking, and is designed to reflect how you will use English at study, at work, and at play, in your new life abroad.

The IELTS test is developed by some of the world’s leading experts in language assessment. It has an excellent international reputation, and is accepted by over 10,000 organisations worldwide, including schools, universities, employers, immigration authorities and professional bodies.

WHY IELTS IS SO IMPORTANT?

A high IELTS score can open many doors if you want to study, live or work outside of Bangladesh. A score of 7 or above would be accepted in just about every major universities. A high score in your IELTS examination can also allow you to gain more points in the skilled immigration points test and grant your more access to different work visas to different countries in the world. Most businesses require overseas employees to prove their English level with an IELTS Score.

TYPES OF QUESTIONS:

Listening:

There are 40 Questions. Made up of a Variety of question types.

  • Section 1:
    Is a conversation people set in an every day social setting. (e.g Conversation in a hostel)
  • Section 2:
    Is a monologue set in an everyday social context. (e.g Talk about the arrangements for meals at a conference)
  • Section 3:
    Is a group conversation of up to 4 people. (e.g. University student and professor discussing the results of a test.)
  • Section 4:
    Is a monologue on an academic subject (e.g. University lecture)

Reading:

There are 40 questions made up of a wide variety of question types.

  • Section 1:
    Contains 2 or 3 factual texts that people would find in every day life, in an English speaking country.
  • Section 2:
    Contains 2 short factual texts focusing on work related issues. (e.g. Applying for jobs, company policies.)
  • Section 3:
    Contains one much longer complex text in a general interest area.

Writing:

  • Section 1:
    You are presented with a graph, table, chart or diagram and are asked to describe, summarise or explain the information in your own words.
  • Section 2:
    You are asked to write a response a argument, view or problem.

Speaking:

  • Section 1:
    The examiner will introduce themselves and ask you to do the same. They then will ask a series of general questions.
  • Section 2:
    You will be given a task card that will list some topics you can talk about. you will be given a short amount of time to prepare what you want to say. The instructor can then ask you a few questions on your topic.
  • Section 3:
    The assessor will then ask more questions on the topic you chose in section 2. they will be looking for more in-depth answers.

Class Schedule

IELTS Crash & Regular

IELTS Registration

IELTS Workshop

IELTS Test Dates