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IELTS is a test of all four language skills: Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. You will take the Listening, Reading and Writing tests all on the same day one after the other, with no breaks in between. The total test time is under three hours. Depending on your test centre, your Speaking test may be on the same day as the other three tests, or up to seven days before or after that.
PTE
PTE Academic is a computer-based academic English language test aimed at non-native English speakers wanting to study abroad. It tests Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. There is one multi-level test.
TOEFL
If you’re a foreign student planning to attend college or graduate school in the United States, chances are you are going to take the TOEFL—the Test of English as a Foreign Language. A non-native English speaker who wants to get admitted to foreign (e.g., the United States, Canada, England, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand) universities must take either TOEFL or IELTS.Although IELTS is a British/Australian exam.
German
German is a West Germanic language spoken mainly in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Belgium, Luxembourg and Italy. It is recognized as a minority language in Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Namibia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, South Africa, Vatican City and Venezuela. There are also significant German-speaking communities in the USA, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Australia, South Africa, Chile, Paraguay, New Zealand and Peru.
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In Europe, Spanish is an official language of Spain, the country after which it is named and from which it originated.In Spain, this language is generally called español(Spanish) when contrasting it with languages of other countries, such as French and English, but it is called castellano (Castilian, the language of the Castile region) when contrasting it with other languages spoken in Spain, such as Galician, Basque, and Catalan.
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French shares with English the distinction of being taught as a foreign language in the education systems of most countries around the world. French is thus the second most widely learned foreign language in the world. French is an official language of 29 countries, second only to English in this category.

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Study In Canada Under SPP Programme 2017

What is Student Partners Program (SPP)?

The Student Partners Program (SPP) is an administrative framework designed and implemented in partnership between the Canadian visa offices in India and Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) for the purpose of improving the outcomes of visa applications for Indian students who are aiming for studies abroad.

SPP has reduced the stress of students, who are preparing to study in Canada by improving the Study Permit application checklist. This helps students to ensure that they have all the necessary documents to apply to study in Canada.

An SPP visa application is processed and completed within 5 to 10 working days. Visa applications have to be submitted by 1st August each year by those seeking admission for Fall/September intake. You can choose to apply for the visa through Canada study visa consultants.

Students who are planning to pursue studies in Canada can apply to any of the participating SPP colleges and if their application meets the specific criteria then they are considered under the program. It is recommended that an applicant must submit his/her application at least three months before the beginning of the academic course.

Requirements to Study In Canada under SPP Programme

Following are the requirements to study in Canada under SPP Programme for Indian students when applying for a Canadian student visa :

 

  • An applicant must have a minimum of 50% in their most recently completed degree or diploma.
  • The IELTS scores are mandatory and an applicant must score a minimum of 6.0 bands with no band less than 5.5 for undergraduate degree and 6.5 bands with no band less than 6.0 for postgraduate degree.
  • The course applied must be relevant to the applicant’s previous study background and must add value to the previous education.
  • More than two years of gap is not recommended for undergraduate degrees, with some exceptions made for students with excellent grades and three year gap.
  • For postgraduate degrees more than 5 years of study gap is not recommended, with some exceptions made for students with excellent grades and a six year gap.
  • For postgraduate degree, you should have graduated with not more than eight backlogs in your previous degree.
  • The purchase of a special Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) from Scotia Bank, in the amount of $10,000 CAD to cover living expenses for your first year in Canada.
  • You should have graduated with not more than eight backlogs in your previous degree.
  • If you have previously been refused Canadian student visa, you are not eligible to apply under SPP.
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Top 10 Mistakes To Avoid During The IELTS Listening Test

Every IELTS candidate aims to get a perfect band score in any subtest of the examination. However, there are times that our dream of hitting a high score are shattered with the mistakes that we commit during the examination. Anybody can make a mistake, yet this mistake can always be avoided.

In the listening test of the IELTS, candidates have to know what the common mistakes people usually commit and how these can be avoided. With this knowledge, candidates can push harder on studying making them learn more skills to help them get a good score for the IELTS listening test. Here are the common mistakes in the IELTS listening test and some solutions on how to avoid them.

    1. Misspelled answers. Unfortunately, raters are very lenient when checking your answers. There are no considerations when you misspelled a word. To avoid this mistake, it is best to listen carefully to the audio recording. Listen whether the answer you need is in its singular and plural form. Then, after the test, review your answers.

 

    1. Number of words provided on each blank. When the instruction says write three words, write only three words. Writing more than what is indicated is automatically wrong, so read instructions carefully. 

 

    1. Do not ignore keywords found in the questions. You are given some time to read the questions prior to listening to the audio passage. Look for keywords in the questions and listen to them carefully in the passage. 

 

    1. Failure to understand the question. You cannot find the right answer for any question if you do not fully understand the question. Read the question carefully and anticipate what the answer could be. 

 

    1. Losing focus on the passage. Multitask when listening to passage. Remember that you have to do note-taking and find the answer as well in the listening test. Focus on the listening task well and try to block all the unnecessary noises during the listening task. 

 

    1. Leaving questions unanswered. If you are unsure of your answer, it is best to take a wild guess. Choose the best option that you have in your mind. Do not leave it unanswered. 

 

    1. Choosing an answer without even listening to the whole passage. When candidates hear one of the options or they think that what they have heard is already the answer, they immediately choose this. However, there are instances that the speaker provides a more specific answer for the question. The best thing is to listen entirely to the passage before answering. 

 

    1. Poor skills in particular question types. One question that makes a huge challenge to IELTS candidates is reading maps. If you are unfamiliar with a question type, then it will be really difficult to get the right answer. The best solution is to understand all the question types and learn skills on how to answer them. 

 

    1. Poor note-taking skills. When taking down notes, always look for the main idea and the key points within the audio recording. Write clearly so that you will be able to read your notes when it is time to answer the questions. 

 

  1. Wasting the given time to revise answers. Review your answers before handing it in. look for misspelled words or even check the answers whether they are the right choices. 

Practice makes perfect, so invest on practicing on a lot of listening exercise to be familiar with the IELTS listening test with us. 

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